Behold The Five Prophets You Must

Seer Apocalypse










Mature prophets don’t

force their way, rather,

their words pave a way for God’s people.

Their word are not meant to oppress but to rescue.

A true mature prophet is

not an intruder oppressor,

but one who pulls people

out of their

deception way to the light

of Jesus Christ. He does

not just speak to impress

or confuse people, the

true mature prophet are

His servants. These are

genuine mature vessel

unto honor today, men

and women anointed

and sent by God for

rescue of their generation.

Makes mistakes in


Speaks when he shouldn’t.

Sometimes judgmental but teachable. They

always accept correction

when they make one.

In steadfastness of the

circle obedient

continually persistently

he becomes more mature

in office. The wisdom river of the prophet will be one day the clear and pure as crystal

water from the throne of God.

Middle in ministry and in view issues prophetically. Lacks balance,

Doesn’t understand other calls. Hard to correct, strong willed if not straightened he is on the way to becoming a fake or false prophet surly.

Seeks his own gain, Speaks his own dreams Will not submit to those

who disagree are wrong, great sin in his life, such

as pride, sexual or other degenerate sins unyielding and out spoken

reactionary and vicious when exposed. Often has a veneer of false humility

seeks out the immature sheep and befriends them

clever and “slick”

avoids truly mature leaders

These false prophets also

Lives a very questionable

lifestyles. They are dubious

and crooked, satanic agents

who have penetrated the

church to weary the saints.

Some of them change tittles

office, rank for covering deceptions. That is why many people are weary of prophets without questions there leaders.

There are many of this

people in the 20th century, but in this

century they are likely more of them here into expansion.

These monster foes are high in ranks of lucifer in the last day, mix with the church unknowingly.

Yet the society

celebrating them as God’s messengers of their time. The eyes of our mind will open when the genuine revelation comes. Light is coming on this at the next chapter.

“I have heard what the prophets have said who prophesy lies in My name, saying, ‘I have dreamed, I have dreamed!’


“How long will this be in the heart of the prophets who prophesy lies? Indeed they are prophets of the deceit of their own heart,


“who try to make My people forget My name by their dreams which everyone tells his neighbor, as their fathers forgot My name for Baal.


“The prophet who has a dream, let him tell a dream; And he who has My word, let him speak My word faithfully. What is the chaff to the wheat?” says the LORD.


“Is not My word like a fire?” says the LORD, “And like a hammer that breaks the rock in pieces?


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All though often there is a tendency in our churches to criticize one who stumbles in some way while prophesying. But it is not easy to learn to speak prophetically in front of others. It takes much prayer and spiritual maturity to move with confidence in the prophetic realm. After all, it is no easy thing to speak forth in front of others, knowing that they will be judging your words. I know of no short cuts or easy methods in this learning process. The more we understand this difficulty, the more understanding and supportive we will be of those who prophesy.

Making the leaders to know how it’s not easily personality to prophesy as a man, than as Holy Spirit help and use us as His vessel to minister to His people. Let me use this illustration; usually I have a table in front of me, if I may ask you to use your imagination for a few minutes. Now, imagine that I have two men bringing a large plank into the room and lay it on the table. Then I tell you to imagine a small boy, six or seven years old, standing next to me. I reach into an imagination toolbox, get a saw and hand it to the boy. I tell him, “son, take this saw and cut this plank into two please!” then I leave the room. I gave him no instruction—not even as much as how to hold the saw!

“Now, how long is it going to take this child to cut the plank?”

“A very long time of cause!” I now have 27 years old man carpenter next to me. I give him the saw and say, “sir, please cut the plank into two pieces” and I leave the room. How long is it going to take him to cut the plank?” “Yes,” “very quickly!” Why was the 27 years old professional carpenter able to cut the plank easily or more quickly than the six years old boy? The answer is obvious. First, the carpenter was trained in the proper use of the saw and second, he had superior strength by virtue of the age, exercise and maturity.

If we don’t expect a small boy to be proficient with a saw, why should we expect a Christian to prophesy expertly the first time he or she prophesies? One must learn to use the gift of the Holy Spirit. Yes, the gifts are supernatural, but the learning to use them is a process which takes time and patience on every one’s part.


This is a carpenter with all his tools in the toolbox. He has a saw, a hammer, a wood plank, a level and so on. It is the matured craftsman who can best use the proper tools to accomplish the task at hand. The carpenter is the “minister” and the tools in his toolbox are the “gift” of the Holy Spirit.

God uses people who are called and prepared by the Spirit to accomplish His work on earth. They serve the church, the body of Christ. I believe that every believer has a ministry call for, Apostle Paul tells us, “now you are the body of Christ, and each one of you is a part of it.” (1 cor. 12:27).


Apostles                                               Prophets                             Pastors

Teachers                                             Evangelists                           Miracle workers

Healers                                           Administrators               Those Gifted to Bring

Servers                                           Encouragers                   Messages in Tongues

Leaders                                        Showers of Mercy                       Givers

The above list was taken from 1 cor.12:28, Eph. 4:11 and Rom.12:6-8. I believe every member of the body of Christ has a ministry call of at least one of the above ministers.

For simplicity of illustration, I have divided the nine gift of the Holy Spirit into three categories in the toolbox illustrated above; they are the ministers “tools”

REVELATION GIFTS                   POWER GIFTS                VERBALGIFTS

Word of knowledge                           Faith                          (Different) Kinds of Tongues

Word of wisdom                       Gifts of Healing                    The interpretation of Tongues

Discerning of Spirits               working of Miracles                          Prophecy

Each minister has the tools in his toolbox that are necessary to perform his or her ministry purposed. To go back to our analogy of the carpenter, an auto mechanic has different tools in his toolbox than a carpenter. So also each of the ministers in the body of Christ will have different gifts of the Spirit in order to be able to fulfill his or her ministry.


 The prophetic ministry is a public speaking ministry. Thus, the prophet often operates all the verbal gifts: different kinds of tongues, the interpretation of tongues, and the gift of prophecy. The prophet also operates the revelation gifts: the word of wisdom, the word of knowledge and the discerning of the spirits.


Furthermore, on a limited basis, some prophets will operate the power gifts: Faith, the gifts of healing and the working of miracles. The one who operates in the gift of prophecy, but is not a called prophesy, may also have another ministry call as well.

Once you come to understand the difficulties for those just learning to prophesy, you can be more patient and encouraging. As church leaders you can also be somewhat directive in your teaching and advice so as to help shorten the maturing process. After all, all of us are still, to some degree, learning to use the “tools”


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