The Coming Prophetic Revolution offers a unique and refreshing approach to the heart issues of the prophetic gifting. Centered around a character study of John, the beloved apostle, it develops the tie between intimacy with God and the corresponding grace of hearing his voice. Being a prophetic generation, the author explains, is not so much about giftedness as it is about people who have spent intimate time with the Lord Jesus and declared faithfully what they have heard from the mouth of God. Ruthlessly yet graciously, Goll exposes common misconceptions from his own personal journey with prophetic ministry, as well as through the successes and failures of gifted people throughout church history. A great tool–more than instruction, but wisdom from the trenches–for pastors who grapple with the real-life issues of working with prophetic people. The Coming Prophetic Revolution casts the vision that will take us from a fragmented body of Christ to the great revolutionary army of God on earth.
First written in 1675 by Miguel de Molinos, The Spiritual Guide still carries advice and information relevant to the art of interior prayer today. In the seventeenth century it provoked sensational reactions, both of approval and controversy. This is the present-day reader’s chance to discover a text, whose promotion of an ‘interior way to contemplation [...]
If a believer is born from above, is it not logical then that the believer should return there as often as he or she desires or is able? If the believer is seated in the heavenlies, does it not call forth a need to understand what the heavens looks like? I began very early in [...]
For most Christians, the courts of heaven are still an unfamiliar concept, but that is changing rapidly. More and more believers are experiencing, that praying from a courtroom perspective, is finally ending the injustice being inflicted on them.