The Power of the Prophetic Proclamation
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- Bible Basis for Prophetic Ministry; How to become Personally Involved in Prophetic Ministry
- Be a Christian Believer with Basic Understanding of the Bible
This course is a Biblical study of prophesying in general, and of personal prophesying in particular. After the scriptural foundation is laid, descriptions of fulfilled prophecies are given from the teacher's personal experience. Scripture, Old and New Testament, is the boundary, but also the springboard for prophetic ministry. This course is an invitation to a lifetime of exploring Acts 2:17,18, in ancient understanding and current application.
- People who want to release the power of God through prophetic ministry
This is an overview of the course, describing the areas to be covered in the remaining lectures. By the end of this lecture, the student will be ready to ingest the teaching in the rest of the course, including the three life-changing personal prophecies the teacher has received.
This segment of the course is an actual video of a personal prophecy which was uttered over your teacher (Dr. David Nichols) on March 8, 2001. This prophecy was so detailed in its content and focused in its predictions that it changed my life. The main prophecy itself is rendered in black and white, while clips of fulfillments which came years later, are rendered in color.
In this lecture we identify and describe the three major elements of every prophetic word. They are: the revelation itself, the interpretation, and the application. By understanding how these relate to each other, the student will be able to create Biblical boundaries for his/her prophecies.
This lecture is a study of prophecies in Luke chapter one, where Luke uses the stories surrounding the births of John the Baptist and Jesus to prepare for what he will teach in the book of Acts. Remember that Luke-Acts is a two-volume work written to instruct us about the life of Jesus and of the early church after the death and resurrection of Jesus. What do Zecharias, Elizabeth, Mary, and Simeon all have in common? Each of them (young/old, men/women) fulfills the prophesy, in advance, so to speak of the Spirit being poured out on all flesh.
In this important lecture, we establish the New Testament pattern for personal prophecy through a careful study of Acts 21:10-12. The difference between Old Testament prophesying and New Testament prophesying is clearly shown. By the end of this lecture, the student will be able to apply this difference to his/her own prophesying.