Topic: Prophetic Utterance: Sure Key to Recovery 2
Text: 2 Chronicles 20:20
“…Believe in the LORD your God, so shall ye be established; believe his prophets, so shall ye prosper.”
It is risky not to have a prophet over your life and it is even more risky not to believe the prophet over your life, it is even deadly to doubt, castigate or ridicule a prophet.
2 Kings 7:1-20(ERV)
“Elisha said, ‘Listen to the message from the LORD! The LORD says, ‘About this time tomorrow, there will be plenty of food, and it will be cheap again. A person will be able to buy a basket of fine flour or two baskets of barley for only one shekel in the marketplace by the city gates of Samaria.
Then the officer who was close to the king answered the man of God. The officer said, “Even if the LORD made windows in heaven, this could not happen. Elisha said, “You will see it with your own eyes, but you will not eat any of that food.”
According to the scriptures above, Prophet Elisha spoke that by this time tomorrow there will be the restoration of food in the city, and a man who was the economic adviser to the king castigated him by saying that even if God will open the heavens, that prophecy can never be. He saw it be but never tested It. Do not allow your familiarity with a prophet to rob you of the blessings your prophet carries neither should you allow your intelligence to stop you from receiving from your prophet.
Am I saying you should believe every prophetic utterance? No! If you are not sure of their actions or have any doubt in their ministry, it is better you quietly leave than to castigate them.
Don’t join those raining curses over their lives on social media.
God restores by the prophet but our attitude towards the prophet can either bring blessing or curses, therefore, it is advisable to avoid any action that will ridicule a man of God.
Receive grace to relate nicely with your prophet in Jesus’ mighty name!
Somebody shout a loud Amen!
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