Saturday, October 20, 2012
"What is the difference between a prophetic declaration and a prophecy?"
Prophetic declaration is a statement made to testify truth. It may not be to forth-tell or foretell meanwhile; prophecy is to foretell (predict the future) or forth-tell (speak wisdom about the present). Most prophetic declarations are repetitions of stated truths in the Bible. They neither bring anything new about the future nor the present. They reiterate what already exists. The person offering a prophecy should be inspired by God, even though in some cases the prophet is led by his or her own heart. However, the prophetic declaration has nothing inspirational if at all, it is the word of God itself that it is replaying.
I have elaborated lengthily on prophecy on my blog.
Until then, be a prophet rather than make prophetic declarations.
St Arrey of Ntenako
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