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fromtheold
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 Prophet Sermons

The Lord has called me to the office of a prophet.
I am still in training, please recommend sermons from which i can learn more about prophets, their calling, or anything that can help me.

Thank you very much :-)


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esvl

 2007/2/11 13:49Profile
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 Re: Prophet Sermons

[b]Audio Sermons:[/b]
Prophet Reality Verses Fantasy - Art Katz
http://www.sermonindex.net/modules/mydownloads/visit.php?lid=2788

True And False Prophets - Part 1 - Art Katz
http://www.sermonindex.net/modules/mydownloads/visit.php?lid=7143

True And False Prophets - Part 2 - Art Katz
http://www.sermonindex.net/modules/mydownloads/visit.php?lid=7144

The Mark Of A True Prophet - Art Katz
http://www.sermonindex.net/modules/mydownloads/visit.php?lid=2786

The Spirit Of True Prophet - Leonard Ravenhill
http://www.sermonindex.net/modules/mydownloads/visit.php?lid=8482

The Call OF A True Prophet - A.W. Tozer
http://www.sermonindex.net/modules/mydownloads/visit.php?lid=1814

[b]Free Online Books:[/b]
The Prophetic Call - - True and False Prophets - Art Katz
http://www.benisrael.org/OnlineBooks/prophetic_call/the_prophetic_call.htm

The Spirit of Prophecy: An Examination of the Prophetic Call
http://www.benisrael.org/OnlineBooks/spirit_of_proph/contents_sp_of_proph.htm



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Patrick Ersig

 2007/2/11 14:03Profile
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 Re: Prophet Sermons

listen to everything from art katz,


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CHRISTIAN

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Wow thank you.
:-)


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The Lord has called me to the office of a prophet.
I am still in training, please recommend sermons from which i can learn more about prophets, their calling, or anything that can help me.



[b]A MUST FOR ALL PROPHETS:[/b]

"The Journal of George Fox"
http://www.strecorsoc.org/gfox/title.html

Before you read the journal, I would HIGHLY reccomend obtaining a good biography of George Fox (be careful, there are several secular biographies of him as well that do not portray the truth). There is a book called [i]"God's Generals II (TWO): The Roaring Reformers"[/i] by Roberts Liardon. In it contains an EXCELLENT, relatively short and yet thorough, biography of Fox.

I would also reccomend learning about a man named Girolamo Savanorola. Short bio here: http://www.watchword.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=38&Itemid=38

And last but not least, though most people do not consider him a prophet, I believe he fits the description of a prophet to the "T", Evan Roberts the Welsh Revivalist. Study up on him. No doubt, he LIVED in the prophetic, but crashed and burned later because he didn't handle his calling appropriately and got overwhelmed.

 2007/2/11 14:17
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 Re: Prophet Sermons

I am not negating the recommendations that have been made. I am sure they will be beneficial but I was just listening to a Katz sermon on the way home today and he was saying if an apostolic or prophetic calling was the real thing you didn't need to do anything because in a man's own striving to fulfill it he would in a sense disqualify himself. Of course I can't express it like Katz can but I am sure if the meaning is not clear in this post it will be after listening to all of those sermons listed by ChristisKing.
How were the OT prophets prepared to walk out the anointing on their lives?
In Christ
Hope

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 Re: Prophet Sermons

Prophetic ministry is not something you are trained for, it is a way of life.


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Hi everyone. This is certainly something I am not qualified to make declarations about and I could well be wrong about this, and it may not even be related to what is exaclty being discussed, but isn't there a sense in which God Himself is training and preparing us all, in whatever ministry we are to serve in?


Why, I think of Moses and all those years he spent tending Jethro's flock and wonder if God was not preparing him all that time? What happened in all that time between when at the first he slew the Egyptian and his being called the meekest on earth?

Or how about Abraham, who was also a prophet, and did not God deal with him also? Even he, being the father of the faith had also to learn of faith himself?

Well, a short while back I happened across this passage and I thought it might be helpfull too for us to consider. In this passage, Paul the Apostle instructs his son in the faith, Timothy, concerning the gift that was imparted to him and he says...



[i]Till I come, give attendance to reading, to exhortation, to doctrine. Neglect not the gift that is in thee, which was given thee by prophecy, with the laying on of the hands of the presbytery. Meditate upon these things; give thyself wholly to them; that thy profiting may appear to all.[/i]

When I noticed this I looked at it a bit closer, especially that phrase at the end [i]that thy profiting may appear to all[/i]

That sounds kind of strange I thought, what does that mean? And so I compared it with other translations; here's what they say:


-- American Standard
1 Timothy 4:15 Be diligent in these things; give thyself wholly to them; that thy progress may be manifest unto all.


-- Living Bible
1 Timothy 4:15 Put these abilities to work; throw yourself into your tasks so that everyone may notice your improvement and progress.


-- Revised Standard
1 Timothy 4:15 Practice these duties, devote yourself to them, so that all may see your progress.


-- Simple English
1 Timothy 4:15 Care about these things. Stay with them, so that your progress will be clear to everyone.


Well, I thought that was interesting anyway. Like I said, it may not even be what is being discussed exactly but I thought it might be good to consider. Thanks.

Chris


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was just listening to a Katz sermon on the way home today and he was saying if an apostolic or prophetic calling was the real thing you didn't need to do anything because in a man's own striving to fulfill it he would in a sense disqualify himself.



This is so true, but how do you think Art knew this? It's in the disqualifying of oneself in zeal that we die. We die a thousand deaths until we never want to open our mouths again, then, God speaks.
Anyone with the call to the prophet will eventually realize this truth which Jesus spoke: "They hated me. They will hate you, too." I can't remember who said this, but it's so true. I think it might be Keith Daniel. "There's only two safe places for God's man, heaven or the dust." I probably didn't quote it exactly as it should be, but it's close enough. I bet Greg Gordon can give us an exact quote.

My point is, the prophetic call is a call to death. Just get busy dying, Brother. Read all you can about laying down your life. Visit www.authenticchristianity.net

 2007/2/12 2:50Profile
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 Re: Prophet Sermons

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fromtheold wrote:
The Lord has called me to the office of a prophet.
I am still in training, please recommend sermons from which i can learn more about prophets, their calling, or anything that can help me.



Brother,

I'd be interested to know how you came to this conclusion (not to either agree nor deny your claim). The prophetic calling is a burdensome thing, and the liberty of the calling comes through becoming intimate with suffering.

Each of these sermons that have been presented will be greatly beneficial, but realise that you are about to learn a lot about yourself, and the Body of Christ that you'll wish that you could be ignorant of. The prophet's reward is Christ only, with no assurance of sustenance and recompense in this life. Leonard Ravenhill wisely said that the prophet "suffers for the people, with the people, and by the people."

The best way to "learn" to be a prophet, is to learn to be a disciple. Learn all that Christ said of becoming and being Hid disciple. Be a disciple first and foremost, and if God would have you be a prophet, then you will not be able to help but be one.

God bless you in your pursuit of Him.


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