Prophets have always been God's covenant lawyers. Under the Old Covenant, they came as God's lawyers to prosecute his case against his covenant partner, Israel. Now, in the New Covenant, they are still God's covenant lawyers, but the covenant has changed. Instead of pointing out guilt, sin, and condemnation, the New Covenant lawyer's job is to point to the New Covenant and declare, "You are released from shame; you are forgiven; you are free!" The job of the New Covenant lawyer (prophet) is to enforce God's New Covenant and its effects. This includes healing, deliverance, salvation, forgiveness, and a cleansed conscience.
©2014 Jonathan Welton (P)2015 Jonathan Welton
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"Great sound teaching on prophetic ministry"
Sound biblical teaching regarding modern day prophetic ministry. I also ordered the paper version as well and am going to listen to the audiobook for a 2nd time. Great stuff!!
"A Good Study"
Weldon walks you through some practics and the principles needed to operate in the prophetic. He also gives you Insight on how the prophetic is to operate and how it was used in biblical times. further comma he gives you insights gained in operating in the prophetic and times where lessons were learned to assist you to better operate in the prophetic. I felt he did a good job as an instructional manual or as a book of insight.
Loved it! There are great tools in here to use to grow and teach others.
"not worthy of my time"
subject was ludicrous the purpose of a prophet is to warn the people of error and return them to God we are not Israel under the law
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