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Office of a Prophet - Lesson 06

by Dr. Nina Gardner



Being Called by God as Prophet

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Being Called by God as Prophet

Jeremiah 23:21-22 - I have not sent these prophets, yet they ran: I have not spoken to them, yet they prophesied. But if they had stood in my counsel, and had caused my people to hear my words, then they should have turned them from their evil way, and from the evil of their doings.

  1. Before a prophet is released to become an ambassador for God or to be His voice in the earth, they must meet God and stand in His council.

  2. God will set his seal upon those that He chooses and will require accountability of them.

  3. The fear of the Lord will be present when you encounter the Almighty, Living, Eternal God.

  4. You will meet His sovereignty but you will also feel His passion.

  5. If God calls you as one of His prophets, He will make your calling abundantly clear.

  6. David met God, acknowledged being speechless and how he could not attain to the wonders of God (Psalms 139:1-6).

  7. Job met with God and God required Job’s accountability. Job said that twice he spoke but he would speak no more (Job 38:1-3; 40:5).

  8. Isaiah met God and the fear of the Lord came upon him and he answered his call (Isaiah 6:1-8).

  9. Jeremiah met God at an early age and was speechless (Jeremiah 1:5-6).

  10. Ezekiel experienced God in a host of ways. He was often caught up in the spirit and was speechless afterwards (Ezekiel 3:15).

  11. Daniel met with God and saw many things. He was often astonished, troubled in spirit, or even becoming ill in his body (Daniel 7:15; 8:18; 8:27).

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