So, when we seek to understand the role of the prophet in the five leadership dynamics of kingdom culture, we do not look to any prophet before Jesus for a model.
Wolves don’t growl until the sheep try to escape. Wolves of megachurches are too lazy to growl. They see the next load of recruited sheep unloading and settle back for a nap. Are they all wolves? God knows. I’m discussing wolf behaviors in modern churchism.
This Sunday, we strike a blow on Leviathan by casting our crowns before the Lamb. On the big screens in the heavenlies, “The Lamb vs Leviathan” premiers July 18, 2021.
I will repeat my plea for a kingdom wide wolf hunt, led by our best leaders, not handed off to administrative assistants, to confront and isolate wolves from within as we enter the New Era.
The “deep” is a prophetic metaphor of mystery. It exists, but it is hidden. The deep of God called to the deep in the land. It is hidden in the hearts, in the people and places, that produces what-God-wants when fulfilled.
In fact, hell probably builds monuments to saints who espouse leaving politics to the devil.
Glory will claim you, the place and time, the ministry, and every person present with the Creator, Redeemer, Restorer claim that cancels out the claims of hell, the person, and the ministry.
I actually think of grave sucking: people who do not know how things work in the spirit attempt to receive anointing from graves, and critics who do not know how things work in the spirit make up a term to make fun of a funny practice.
The Bible calls you “overcomer,” and that identity is part of the identity from Christ that targets you for His greatest promises. Start walking in overcoming today!
At present, the prevailing wind blowing from the high-pressure spiritual system of over individualism blasts the population of a consumer-driven culture with narcissistic false entitlement, false equality, and false expectations.