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2016: Receiving the favor of God Through The Works Of The Ministry

2016 is a year to receive the favor of God through the works of the ministry. In this new season comes the greater manifestation of zealous...

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Negros Island Youth Convergence 2017

God is raising a prophetic people to move to a new season. For this generation to move forward, we need to be equipped and be ready to take on the mandate God has for us.

Join us this May 30 and 31,2017 for a two day event filled with worship, teachings and impartation. God is setting the stage for His end time harvest, are you ready to take on the call? Click on the poster for more details!

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

9 Biblical Tests for Discerning a Prophetic Revelation by Dr. James Goll - Charisma Magazine

How do we identify if our experience is really prophetic and spiritual? Here's an interesting article about standards we can follow in making sure we don't fall prey to any deception of the enemy. 
9 Biblical Tests for Discerning a Prophetic Revelation 
Dr. James Goll - Charisma Magazine
Since the Bible is our absolute standard against which we must test spiritual experiences, let's look at nine scriptural tests. I adapted these solid guidelines years ago into my own style from the ministry of the great British Bible teacher Derek Prince.
9 Tests of Revelation
      1.   Does the revelation edify, exhort or console? The end purpose of all true revelation is to build up, admonish and encourage the people of God.
      2.   Is it in agreement with God's Word? "All Scripture is inspired by God" (2 Tim. 3:16). Where the Holy Spirit has said yea and amen in Scripture, He also says yea and amen in revelation. He never contradicts Himself.
      3.   Does it exalt Jesus Christ? "He will glorify Me, for He will receive from Me and will declare it to you" (John 16:14). All true revelation centers on the person of Jesus Christ and exalts Him (Rev. 19:10).
      4.   Does it have good fruit? "Beware of false prophets who come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravenous wolves. You will know them by their fruit. Do men gather grapes from thorns, or figs from thistles?" (Matt. 7:15-16). The true voice of God will produce fruit in character and conduct that agrees with the fruit of the Holy Spirit (Gal. 5:22-23; Eph. 5:9).
      5.   If it predicts a future event, does it come to pass? "When a prophet speaks in the name of the Lord, if the thing does not occur or come to pass, that is the thing which the Lord has not spoken; the prophet has spoken it presumptuously. You shall not be afraid of him" (Deut. 18:22).
      6.   Does the revelation turn people toward God or away from Him? Read Deuteronomy 13:1-5 for more about this. If a person's words seem to be accurate but end up turning people away from following Jesus Christ as the Son of God, then it is a mistake to adhere to his or her ministry.
      7.   Does it produce liberty or bondage? True revelation given by the Holy Spirit produces liberty, not bondage (1 Cor. 14:33; 2 Tim. 1:7).
      8.   Does it produce life or death? "For the letter kills, but the Spirit gives life" (2 Cor. 3:6). The authentic voice of God always produces growth and life-giving energy, not hopelessness, stagnation or defeat.
      9.   Does the Holy Spirit bear witness that it is true? The Holy Spirit is called "the Spirit of truth" (John 16:13). His indwelling presence in our hearts and minds provides us with a kind of supernatural common sense about the accuracy of words that seem to be from God. This ninth test is the most subjective and therefore must be used in conjunction with the previous eight standards. 
 Dr. James Goll is the founder of Encounters NetworkPrayer Storm and helps carry on the work of Compassion Acts. For information on his online school visit: geteschool.com. James continues to live in Tennessee and is a joyful father and grandfather today.

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Praise Report: God Exists!

Just wanted to share my testimony today:
An applicant came for an interview today and while going through the interview, shared his views about God and being an atheist. He is very knowledgeable on the theories and gave his points.
The Lord led me to ask him one simple question which led him to share that his belief might not be an absolute truth. I then asked if there was a time wherein he did ask God if he is real and he shared about a time when his mom had an operation and he prayed that if “He exists” then he will make his mom’s operation successful which the Lord granted. 
This gave me a way to bring in the truth of God’s way of showing himself to him. And with wisdom, looked right into his eyes and said these words “God showed his existence by answering your small prayer.” It led me to directly speak to his heart challenging his belief by blurting out that with your own experience of seeing your mom be healed was proof enough that a higher being was at work.
The applicant agreed to what I said and led him to share another life and death situation wherein the doctor gave his mom the final verdict after his accident,if after 8 hours in coma, there is a big possibility for him to die in a few hours. His mom prayed f0r him and after 1 hr and 30 mins, he woke up as if nothing happened.
This gave me the courage to give a bold statement to him – do not wait for God to show off his supernatural power through your experience in expense of your life. Because if you deny His existence even after these experiences, then you are actually trying to deny the very things you are seeing in your own eyes.
He ended up asking if we have a church in Basay he could go to where he could learn more of this same God I’m talking about. I ended up giving him my calling card and invited him on our Purity Ball with this assurance – If God has led you here for this reason and if you pass all our exams and interviews. I tell you, this is the starting point wherein God will turn it all around and you will experience the truth of God in a different way. 
And this applicant passed all our exams in one take and I know our God is not yet done revealing himself to him.

Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Prophesy Your Day by Sid Roth's Interview

Enjoy this video! May the Lord bless you today!

Thursday, December 08, 2016

7 Kingdom Principles to Guide Prophetic Communities by Kris Valloton

We are living in the end-time harvest where God is showcasing His power to all nations. With this in mind, let us be in tuned to what God is doing and become aware of the principles and pitfalls of moving into the prophetic. Have an open-mind when you read on what Kris has to say on simple principles we can agree on as we restore the prophetic movement in its fullness.

Back in 2013 when I ministered together with the team in Iloilo City
I have been training people in prophetic ministry for 25 years. I love teaching everyday believers how to hear God and walk in power.But about 12 years ago, I began to be stirred in my spirit to see prophets and prophetesses discovered, developed and deployed into every realm of society. I am passionate about developing a global prophetic community that collaborates, communicates and has a deep sense of true accountability. This would facilitate several key kingdom values:
  1. It would restore credibility back to the office of the prophet.
  1. It would create a platform for collective revelation. We each see in part, but together we have a more complete perspective.
  1. It would build a relational structure that would end the isolation that seems to plague the office of the prophet.
  1. It would help to create some core scriptural understanding and possibly some consensus to the New Testament role of the prophet and prophetess, including their purpose and their protocol.
  1. It would become a vehicle for prophets to learn and grow.
  1. It would create a platform where more mature prophets and prophetesses could evaluate the prophetic words that are released through the prophetic community. This would help define boundaries, as well as facilitate interpretation and application.
  1. It would also give prophetic leaders keys to help them shepherd the prophets in their metron.
There are many more benefits than these, but you get the idea.This passion to see a thriving prophetic community led Dan McCollam and me to found a School of the Prophets 12 years ago.
Every year we gather prophetesses and prophets from around the world for five days of community, training, teaching and connection. We gather 300-500 prophets, prophetesses and the people who lead them, to grow their prophetic connections, expand their leadership gifts and learn how to cultivate their prophetic communities. For the original article, visit krisvallotton.com.
Kris Vallotton is the Senior Associate Leader of Bethel Church in Redding, California and co-founder of Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry (BSSM). Kris travels internationally training and equipping people to successfully fulfill their divine purpose. He's a bestselling author, having written more than a dozen books and training manuals to help prepare believers for life in the kingdom. He has a diverse background in business, counseling, consulting, pastoring and teaching, which gives him unique leadership insights and perspectives. Kris has a passion to use his experience and his prophetic gift to assist world leaders in achieving their goals and accomplishing their mission.