Apostolic Guidelines to Release Prophetic

How to Prophesy Correctly

Apostolic Guidelines to Release the Prophetic

by Dr. Kluane Spake

“Called to the Prophetic? Looking for Answers? Well here’s a KEY from a VERY GOOD friend, confidante, and mentor of mine… (Dr. Kluane Spake) is a proven Prophetic Voice. Add it to your library today!” Apostle Steven Moffett

‘DrK, Loved, Loved the new book, “The Apostolic Guidelines for the Release of the Prophetic!” Absolutely wonderful! Devoured it! Thank you for writing it. Blessings!’ Pastor T. Chadborn

It is my sincere prayer that this book on “Apostolic Guidelines to Prophecy will change your life and ministry. This book is how apostolic influence on the prophetic can bring great order, accuracy, and impact.

Prophecy is as old as the Bible. Yet many don’t understand–or even recognize–when and how it happens today. Taking an apostolic look at the prophetic gives a vastly different view than normally heard.

This book is fantastic!” Dr. Stan Wright

As you go through this book you will discover that God is speaking to you in the NOW, the Present and wanting you to put words and action to your faith.

Today, the Church is positioned on the periphery of what will go down in church history as a most powerful move of God. It is all about the apostolic government of the Church arising and taking it’s place.

This book is about obtaining a greater force of RESULTS from the prophetic. The prophetic gift should be cherished, encouraged, and enhanced. All who are filled with the Spirit can and should participate in the “spirit of prophecy.”

Prophecy has been a part of Pentecostal and Charismatic Christian Church since early revivals in the Body of Christ. There have been many mis-uses and extremes. It is my hope to correct these errors and cause the prophets and prophetic ministry to have greater impact. We need to change nations and governments.

Let’s move past individual prophecy into greater engagement. Apostles and an apostolic mindset need to come alongside to help build guidelines and protocol in order to protect the Church and to help train ministries to have greater accuracy when they prophesy.

Fulfilled prophecy is one of the strongest evidences for the truthfulness of the Bible and the authenticity of Jesus Christ. That is why we must be more cautious of the prophecy we give and receive.

Prophecy fulfillment is imperative in order to build credibility. The Holy Spirit still enables believers to prophecy. God is still actively involved in our lives.

True prophecy and the true prophetic will be accurate and trustable. It will be revelation. Learn how to make fewer mistakes! Learn how to build your ministry with ethics and accountability.

True Biblical prophecy is not the same as what psychics demonstrate. Even the Bible recognizes the possibility that uninspired non-Christian people can sometimes accurately predict the future:

“If there arises among you a prophet or a dreamer of dreams, and he gives you a sign or a wonder, and the sign or wonder comes to pass, of which he spoke to you, saying, `Let us go after other gods’–which you have not known–`and let us serve them,’ you shall not listen to the words of that prophet or that dreamer of dreams, for your LORD is testing you to know whether you love Him with all your heart and with all your soul” (Deut. 13:1-3).

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Numerous Old Testament predictions were fulfilled perfectly in Christ. The apostle Peter said about Jesus, “To Him all the prophets bear witness, that everyone who believes in Him receives forgiveness of sins through His name” (Acts 10:43).

 

 

EVERY SINGLE BELIEVER Needs to read this book, “Apostolic Guidelines to Release the Prophetic.” If you prophecy or learn how — If you are in ministry — Apostolic, Prophetic or in any level of leadership you NEED to read it. If you are Pastoring, this is a MUST read. Invest in yourself and get this book. It is so important that continue to learn, and our understanding and operation in our gifts be expanded as we lead others.” Pastor L.V. Brown

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