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Prophetic Path

The Prophetic Path shows us that voice of God through His Body. God’s voice and word of prophecy is first heard through His apostles today to set order to the church, as scripture declares, “And God hath set some in the church, first apostles. . .” (1 Corinthians 12:28).
 
God’s voice and word of prophecy is also heard through the other 4 callings of government: prophets, evangelists, pastors, and teachers. God’s voice and word of prophecy is further heard through the Body through the gift of prophecy.
 
The Path – The Way: The path of prophecy is the way of the Lord made known through the lips of all His holy apostles and prophets since the beginning. The testimony of God’s word in Adam, Enoch, Noah, Abraham, David, Daniel, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Jesus, and all His apostles set the stones for us to walk upon. The eye of the Lord is over the righteous, as He promised.
 
The Path – Truth: The Prophetic Path is the knowledge of Jesus Christ. As Christians we walk the path of His covenant, which is the revelation of God’s will through Jesus Christ made known to the church through His apostles. The eye of the Lord is over the righteous, as He promised.
 
The Path – Prophecy: The Prophetic Path is also seen by prophecy as God sets before us our hope to direct us on the path of His covenant. Prophecy is the light that comes through each vessel as the Lord so chooses. This is Body Ministry. The eye of the Lord is over the righteous, as He promised.
 
The Eye of the Lord: We know that Satan took the things of God and demonized them. We see this in how Christians are fearful when they see the symbol of the eye of the Lord. Satan has taken that symbol to his own kingdom, which it has been distorted.
 
The Bible is full of references to the eyes of the Lord being over the righteous. “Behold, the eye of the Lord is upon them that fear him, upon them that hope in his mercy.” (Psalm 33:18). If you find yourself fearful of “the eye”, ask God to deliver you from Satan’s mind set and begin to reflect on the scriptures that speak of God’s eye being upon His people. The Lord will help you to see Christ in His knowledge rather than Satan.


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