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This is a really great article about "prophetic revival" and how it will be increasing across the Body. When we think of "revival" we should remember it includes many areas in the Body of Christ! We here at the Elijah List, have definitely noticed an up-tick in prophetic revelations...and it's just the beginning!
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"A prophetic revival is brewing. The Lord is accelerating His people in the prophetic, and with that we will see an increase in anointing and authority marked by more and more of the Body prophesying with a greater detail of accuracy and an increase of impact."
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"A Prophetic Revival is Brewing: Increased Anointing and Accuracy"
A prophetic revival is brewing. The Lord is accelerating His people in the prophetic, and with that we will see an increase in anointing and authority marked by more and more of the Body prophesying with a greater detail of accuracy and an increase of impact (see Acts 2:18).
This prophetic revival in the Body of Christ will not only strengthen and refresh the Church (see 1 Corinthians 14:4), but will also carry the heart of the Savior to the lost in profound and powerful ways leading many to repentance and launching a great wave of salvations as those trapped in darkness see His light through prophetic words spoken from the abundance of His heart (see 1 Corinthians 14:24-25; Luke 6:45). This move will be marked by a deeper and truer understanding of what "New Testament prophecy" truly is.
Life-Giving Truth Full of Grace
As a prophetic voice serving with a prophetic ministry, I am often asked about the difference between Old Testament prophecy and New Testament prophecy. I have heard academic discussions on this topic, read some theological papers, and had some good conversations about this with other Believers, ministers, and prophets. (Photo via freebiblestudyguides.org)
After ruminating on this for years, for me it really boils down to this: Old Testament prophecy is typified by the prophets proclaiming, "Thus says the Lord" (e.g., Jeremiah 2:2), whereas New Testament prophecy is typified by Jesus saying, "Truly, truly I say to you" (John 5:24).
What I mean by this is that in the Old Testament the prophets were declaring God's message regarding the need to turn from wickedness and return to Him (ultimately, of course, through the coming of Messiah). In the New Testament, it was God as Jesus in our midst revealing who He is and all He makes available to us when we choose to walk with Him.
Old Testament prophecy was about the coming judgment of God and the need to get right. New Testament prophecy reveals the One who walks in our midst to make us right. Both spoke truth. Both are important messages. But remember, Jesus came and fulfilled the Law and the (Old Testament) Prophets (see Matthew 5:17). That doesn't mean the Law no longer applies, or is unimportant. It means that in Him we now have the ability to live righteously through His mercy and by His grace.
As a prophetic minister, I am convinced that New Testament prophecy must still point to the need for Messiah, but even more it must typify Him, express Him, and present Him His truth, yes, always His life-giving truth; but that truth wrapped in mercy, full of grace and overflowing with love, forgiveness, and kindness.
An Invitation to Be Lifted Up
When Jesus said, "Repent, for the Kingdom of Heaven is at hand" (Matthew 4:17), it was not a message of judgment and condemnation it was anything but a statement of disappointed dismissal by an angry God outraged at the blatant shortcomings of man. "Repent for the Kingdom of Heaven is at hand" was, is, and always will be a presentation of opportunity through love and forgiveness that reaches out to everyone, offering a new way of thinking and being so that righteousness can no longer be mistaken as something we have to do to in the hopes of getting God to like us, but is something we are empowered by God to walk out because He is so in love with us.
Jesus invites us all to come up higher in righteousness, purity, morality, love, kindness, patience, joy, and compassion (see Matthew 5, 6 and 7), but He doesn't leave it at that. It is more than an invitation to do good or be better. He is well aware that on our own we are not capable of coming up higher. That's why He didn't leave us on our own. That's why He came into the earth. That's why He proclaimed everywhere He went, and to all that He met, "Repent, for the Kingdom of Heaven is at hand." (Photo via Pexels)
That "hand" is His nail-scarred hand. It still reaches out. It still lifts up. It still invites us to grab hold of Him and be empowered by Him to live in righteousness, peace, and joy in the Holy Spirit (see Romans 14:17). New Testament prophecy communicates this opportunity by expressing truth in love, conviction in mercy, correction in compassion, and transformation in hope not condemnation in disapproval, or punishment in disappointment.
Plugging into the Heart of Prophecy
The spirit of prophecy is the testimony of Jesus (see Revelation 19:10). I believe what that means is that New Testament prophecy must "testify" of Jesus. It must show forth and put on display the One who saves because He loves, the One who proffers mercy over judgment, all while empowering transformation unto righteousness.
The Apostle Paul understood this when he told the Church at Corinth that the purpose of prophecy was to exhort, edify, and encourage others (see 1 Corinthians 14:3). This is what Jesus did when He walked the earth bringing forth the New Testament, and it is what His New Testament prophets are to be doing today.
To be a true word of the Lord, New Testament prophecy should not only aspire to being accurate, but must also present the character and nature of Jesus His love, light, life, presence, power, and personality in a similar manner to how Jesus presented the Father when He was here in the earth.
Oh Jesus! How grateful we are for what You have done, and even more for what You are like. Empower us as the Body of Christ today to accurately prophesy in a way that testifies of You sharing Your heart, hope, truth, and love with all we encounter. Help us, Lord, always speak prophetic words that are spirit and life (see John 6:63).
Let's pray and declare that:
 There will be a prophetic revival in the Body of Christ where we speak Truth in Love, and see His saving, healing, transforming power manifest in our midst just as it did when Jesus walked the earth and declared, "Repent, for the Kingdom of Heaven is at hand" (Matthew 10:7-8). (Photo via flickr)
 The words we speak will be spirit and life exhorting, edifying, and encouraging people to walk in the fullness of all Jesus has given them (see John 6:63; 1 Corinthians 14:3).
 We will plug into the heart of the Father, and from the abundance of that heart our mouths will speak words that present the Son in the power of the Holy Spirit (see Luke 6:45).
 The prophetic will continue to be taken outside of the walls of the church and we will see an increase of prophetic evangelism that bears witness of the Savior to those who so desperately need Him. The light of His word will shine brightly in the darkest places, shattering chaos and confusion so that all may know Him (see Genesis 1:2-4).
 All the Church will be strengthened, revived, and refreshed by the prophetic and then move in that same prophetic power outside of the church (see 1 Corinthians 14:24-25, 31).
 As the Church testifies of Jesus through the gift of prophecy, the knowledge of the glorious goodness of the Lord will cover the earth, igniting a move of repentance and a revival of righteousness (see Isaiah 11:9).
Robert Hotchkin ministers with Patricia King and XP Ministries. He fervently believes every Christian is a miracle-working explosion of the Kingdom waiting to happen. His preaching, teaching, and ministry inspires Believers to grab hold of their restored relationship with the Father through the finished work of the Cross and walk the earth as Jesus did destroying every work of darkness everywhere they go! Rob is a passionate lover of Jesus Christ, and that passion is truly contagious! He ministers with strong faith, releasing revelation, prophetic decrees, healings, miracles, and the love of God. He is a true carrier of the glory and revival. People have been healed, refreshed, set free, and empowered through his life. He believes for Heaven to impact lives and regions everywhere he goes.
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