DUTCH SHEETS with a NEW Prophetic Realignment

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DUTCH SHEETS with a NEW Prophetic Realignment of the Ages. What are the theological implications in your opinion?

15 Comments

  • Reply April 13, 2016

    Varnel Watson

    Ricky Grimsley This is from last year, but has anyone followed to see if it really came to pass? Alan N Carla Smith William DeArteaga

  • Reply April 13, 2016

    Alan N Carla Smith

    not me

  • Reply October 23, 2016

    Robert Borders

    Dutch sees a new realignment every few months or around the time of a release of a new book!

  • Reply October 23, 2016

    Varnel Watson

    What’s his prophetic take on Trump vs Hillary?

    • Reply October 23, 2016

      Robert Borders

      Have to wait for his next book to find out!

    • Reply October 23, 2016

      Varnel Watson

      will it be out on 11/9 ? b/c Charles Page has one coming on his b-day 11/10

  • Reply November 28, 2016

    Robert Borders

    Dutch and friends present new prophetic alignments every couple of years and the information is normally vague.

  • Reply November 28, 2016

    Varnel Watson

    Who came up with the new apostolic alignment?

  • Reply November 28, 2016

    Terry Wiles

    And an apology when the previous “alignment” experiences a train wreck. Lol

  • Reply November 28, 2016

    Varnel Watson

    Sheets writes, “Recently, I believe the Lord showed me what sometimes happens when we come to Him with a need, asking Him to accomplish what He says in His Word. In answer to our requests, He sends His angels to get our bowls of prayers to mix with the fire of the altar. But there isn’t enough in our bowls to meet the need! We might blame God or think it’s not His will or that His Word must not really mean what it says. The reality of it is that sometimes He cannot do what we’ve asked because we have not given Him enough power in our prayer times to get it done. He has poured our all there was to pour out and it wasn’t enough! it’s not just a faith issue, but also a power issue.” (19)

    Pay close attention. Notice that Sheets indicates that our prayers can line up with what God has already promised in His Word, may be according to His will, and that God may actually attempt to answer our prayer but be unable to do so because we have not given Him enough power through our prayers in order for Him to accomplish His will. So apparently God is not able to keep His own promises without our help. We have to give God the power to act.

    • Reply November 29, 2016

      Nathan Ridgeway

      That’s a bunch of crap!

    • Reply November 29, 2016

      Curvin Self

      WOW!!! God will never need help from his creation!!! He is God alone, He was and is and always will be God all by himself without anybody’s help.. remember the Scripture says we can do all things through Christ who strengthens us not the other way around.. if you have a revelation that tells you that God need your help to be powerful it’s not revelation, friend it’s the jezebel spirit that is leading you to destruction..

  • Reply November 28, 2016

    Dan Irving

    Force Multiplication is a corrupt teaching within the charismatic & NAR. It seems like a ganging up on God, as their purposes are rarely harmonious with Christ’s teachings. (Reminds me of Ps. 21:11, 83:5)

  • Reply November 28, 2016

    Ricky Grimsley

    So how would you explain why our prayers dont get answered when you know what you are praying is god’s will? Like “God heal my sick child” or ” God save my marriage”?

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