How Often Should You Give Prophetic Words to Your Clients?

How Often Should You Give Prophetic Words to Your Clients?

A question that a lot of prophets ask themselves is, “How often should I give a prophetic word to someone?”  You will find that your clients want to receive prophecy often. It is up to you to control how often you want to work with them.  Sometimes a person can become too dependent upon you. If a person starts getting on your nerves, it may be a good idea to tell them that you need a break.  Sometimes you have to be blunt and just tell them to not contact you more than once every few months. I have had some clients that have come to me daily and I had no problem reading them.  They were often easy to work with and not problematic. The worst types of clients are those that want to shout, scream and throw tantrums. These clients are often angry at their own lives and want you to solve their problem. It is not up to you to solve anyone’s problem. You are a prophet and your job is to deliver a prophetic word. If they want a shoulder to cry on, then its best for them to talk to a friend or counselor.  You will find that man clients tend to cause you to feel sad.  If you are in a bad mood because of how someone makes you feel, then it will affect your prophetic word. Most men and women today do not respect the office of the prophet. They can care less that you have been called by God to give prophetic words to people. Instead, people are more interested in...
I Was Called to Be a Prophet in My Teenage Years

I Was Called to Be a Prophet in My Teenage Years

Has God called you to the prophetic ministry?  Is there a still small voice inside of your heart saying, “You must serve God by giving prophetic words to people?”  This is a voice that never goes away.  You may find that serving God in the prophetic ministry is a true calling.  Many Christians around the world feel a call to serve God through prophecy.  This book will address this calling and the many experiences that I have had in my own life in regards to prophecy. I first realized my call as a prophetic minister when I was only 15 years old.  My heart kept on telling me that the Lord was calling me to the prophetic ministry. It is hard to believe that I am now 44 years old and have been in the prophetic minister for well over 30 years. I gave my first prophetic word to someone in my teenage years.  The prophetic words used to come to me in the prayer circles that I surrounded myself in. If I felt the Lord speaking to me about something, I would tell people what was on my mind and inside of my heart.  The Lord would speak to me as if he was right in front of me. I would just tell someone what I saw. I was not trying to be a prophet at that time. I was only telling people what I felt the Lord was saying to me. I always considered myself to be a loner.  I preferred being by myself a lot.  You can say that I wanted to avoid sin and therefore...