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Leading in Your Metron || the Prophetic Beyond the Pulpit With Lindsey Reiman

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Still 'fine-tuning' our process. You can get to the original article HERE

NOTE: This is a reprint of a post from the Kris Vallotton's website. Kris is a member on staff at Bethel Church in Redding, California. I share his posts here because I am always amazed at the insights the Lord gives him.

 

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In today’s world, the Church at large has diminished and disregarded the role of prophets and prophetic ministry outside the four walls of the church. It can leave you wondering “Where did all the prophets go?” and questioning the significance of prophetic ministry. 


It is common in prophetic culture today, for prophets to simply make powerful prophetic proclamations from the podium. But, I’d propose that we have diluted prophetic ministry in the 21st century — the role of a prophet is so much more than making forth-telling statements. We see in the Bible that rarely were prophets confined to church settings or congregations but rather lived outside of the four walls shifting culture and shaping history. 


I’d like to point out that in the days of the prophet Elijah, there arose a company of men who were called the “sons of the prophets” (Kings 20:35). 


These men traveled throughout the world ravaging the powers of darkness and wreaking havoc on evil kingdoms. 


They had no tolerance for the destructive behavior of wicked kings but rather turned many to righteousness.


They raised the dead, healed the sick, parted rivers, destroyed false prophets, and saw revival spread throughout their land.
They were feared by many and respected by all. They walked in great purity, and God was their friend. They were cultural catalysts, not just prophets behind a pulpit.


Consider the life of Joseph — he influenced the king of his day, by not just interpreting his dream, but by providing solutions and strategies for the seven prosperous years and seven lean years the nations would face (Genesis 41). 


I recently sat down for a conversation with Lindsey Reiman, Director of Prophetic Ministry at Bethel Church. Lindsey has ministered prophetically in multiple metrons and spheres of authority. In our discussion, she brilliantly explained how to navigate stepping into your unique sphere of influence as a prophet. She stated, “Language is a gateway to trust. We must be as wise as serpents and innocent as doves.” I highly encourage you to watch the entire interview below.

This post, "Leading in Your Metron || the Prophetic Beyond the Pulpit With Lindsey Reiman." is an excerpt (part or whole) from Kris Vallotton's website, "https://www.krisvallotton.com/."

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