PROPHETIC MINISTRY

 
12 Noon Sunday & 7 PM
 
Thursday 7:30 pm
Monthly Meeting
3rd Saturday
11 am
 
Each Sunday 7pm
 
We see prophetic ministry often in the Old Testament, as God raised up prophets to encourage and rebuke the nation of Israel in times of trouble or rebellion. During King David’s reign (2 Samuel), the prophet Nathan, among others, spoke the word of the Lord to David, giving him guidance and direction as well as confronting him concerning his sin with Bathsheba. Of course, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Hosea, Amos, Micah, Zechariah, etc., also had a prophetic ministry—they were prophets, after all. The calling of a prophet was to speak for God. A prophet would teach, give guidance, counsel, or rebuke as necessar
 
 
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Location:
9606 La Prada
Dallas TX 75228
 
Question:
 
“What is prophetic ministry?”
 
Answer:
 
Prophetic ministry, as understood by Charismatic groups today, is any ministry that relies on the gift of prophecy and new revelation from God to guide the church to maturity.
 
Those involved in prophetic ministry sometimes refer to it as a five-fold ministry
 
We believe that the offices of apostle and prophet are being restored to the modern-day church.
 Monthly Meeting
 3rd Saturday
11 am
 
Each Sunday 7pm
In the New Testament, we find others who had a prophetic ministry. Certain people were gifted as prophets to give guidance,
direction, counsel, etc., to God’s people.
 
The gift of prophecy is specifically mentioned in 1 Corinthians 12:10 and Ephesians 4:11. Please note that this gift was given for the building up of the church (Ephesians 4:12).
 
Thus, prophets were to speak the Word of God to the church so that believers would know the mind of the Lord and how the church should function.