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What is Prophetic Worship?

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What is Prophetic Worship?

Prophetic worship is the voice of God being released through believers as we praise and worship the lord. We must make room for the voice of the lord yielding ourselves to the Holy Spirit in our private and public ministry unto the Lord. God is alive and His voice is strong and mighty. Let our praise and worship glorify His name.

Prophetic worship is the voice of God being released through believers as we praise and worship the lord. We must make room for the voice of the lord yielding ourselves to the Holy Spirit in our private and public ministry unto the Lord. God is alive and His voice is strong and mighty. Let our praise and worship glorify His name.

Prophetic worship is the voice of God being released through believers as we praise and worship the lord.

When we worship God in spirit and in truth, His spirit helps us or another way to put it is, His spirit quickens us and stirs up a spontaneous flow of genuine worship to our God. Spontaneous worship often leads us into another place in worship that is not organized. And new songs and music pour from the heart of the worshiper.

Keep in mind that as we commune with God, He responds to us. It is God’s spirit that dwells in us which gives us a prophetic voice.

Think about the creative nature of God and all his creation. The natural mind cannot comprehend the power and wisdom that it took just to create one grain of dirt. Here we see God form Adam from the soil of the earth and breathes into him then life begins.

It is important to understand that we should all desire to hear His voice and obey the voice of the lord. In fact, the word of God states that we should covet to prophesy.

The word covet means to wish for earnestly; to desire. To want something, that you don’t have, very badly: This is one time the word of God encourages us to covet something. (Merriam Webster Dictionary).

1 Corinthians 14:39-40

Wherefore, brethren, covet to prophesy, and forbid not to speak in tongues. Let all things be done decently and in order. (KJV)

Many believers are now starting to realize that God still speaks as he did to the prophets of the Old Testament.

Many believers are now starting to realize that God still speaks as he did to the prophets of the Old Testament.

Prophetic worship does not require us to have the office of the Prophet to release His voice.

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