Listen as Arthur addresses Questions, Comments, and the Issues that affect our lives.
What is the difference between a person prophesying and someone being a Prophet?
Arthur’s Condensed Message
Prophecy is speaking forth the words of YeHoVaH and foretelling events that YeHoVaH reveals. Both persons can do this. When Father gives us His Holy Spirit, it gives us the ability to prophesy. The ability to prophesy is a gift of the Holy Spirit.
A Prophet is a calling from YeHoVaH. The Prophet has the anointing and authority from YeHoVaH to deal with the spirit realm. This gives the Prophet the abilities and authority to deal with demons, powers, principalities, rulers of darkness, and spiritual wickedness in high places.
If you are trying to operate in an area that you have not been called, anointed, or ordained to walk in by the Almighty, you are going to face demonic opposition that you are not equipped to deal with.
Listen to Arthur’s Complete Response
All prophecy should be judged! Learn how to discern True Prophets from false prophets.
Wherever you go, everybody in your space is affected by your presence!
There are people’s lives that are dependent on you and me walking in the anointing that Father has anointed us to walk in.
As we learn of Him, He reveals to us how we are to conduct ourselves.
There will always be trouble; it is how you respond to it!
I have learned that if I don’t know what to do, don’t do anything. Don’t panic. Once you panic, it’s over.
Just because you don’t recognize Him being there, doesn’t mean that He is not there.
It is a lot easier thinking with a clear head and being in the right spirit when dealing with difficulty especially when your life is on the line.
You can’t save people who don’t want to be saved. You can’t help people who don’t want to be helped.
You will know a tree by its fruits; you will know a person by their actions.
If a Saint is not willing to follow His instructions, what makes you think they are going to follow yours?
When you hear contrary teachings, it voids out faith.
Until next time… Blessings to You and Yours,