Prophecy is the foretelling of God’s will

Posted by Patricia Chaney McGlennon in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post

Prophecy is the foretelling of God’s will, and it is intuitive wisdom that is given to us by the Holy Spirit. We are told in Isaiah 42:9 KJV, “Former things pass, new things do I declare. Before they spring forth I tell them unto you.” God never planned on keeping His knowledge from us. The Bible is the heart and the mind of God and it is filled with His secrets. The Bible has always been our contract, and like every contract, you must read the fine print. Sorry, but it’s all there! God included us in knowing His time frame for the end of the age of man. In John 14:29 KJV, “I have told you before it came to pass, that when it is come to pass, you might believe.”

As humans, we sense a three-dimensional view of the world, but outside of that view is another dimension, known as time. It is in the dimension of time, that God operates. He can declare the end from the beginning. He set the future into writing, well ahead of its occurrence, so that when it does come to pass, you might believe and that is what makes the Bible unlike any of the other holy books. It contains hundreds of prophecies that have already been fulfilled, just as they were recorded to occur years ahead of time. In Isaiah 46:9-10 NIV, “Remember the former things, those of long ago; I am God, and there is no other; I am God, and there is none like me. I make known the end from the beginning, from ancient times, what is still to come.” Glory to God! I see it! Prophecy is the very heartbeat of God. Prophecy reveals God’s greatness, and His power to reveal the future long before it comes to pass. Isaiah 42:8-9 NIV reads, “I am the Lord. That is my name. I will not yield my glory to another or my praise to idols. See, the former things have taken place, and new things I declare; before they spring into being; I announced them to you.” God spoke the Earth into existence, and He created human beings from the “dust” of it (Genesis 2:7 KJV). He is powerful. He is all-knowing, and He is the great “I am” (Exodus 3:14 KJV).

John Conger [11/16/2015 12:33 PM]
If Gd has exhaustive foreknowledge then what was the point of creation? That means that he created us knowing billions would suffer in hell. Do you believe that?

John Kissinger [11/16/2015 12:48 PM]
http://www.pentecostaltheology.com/?s=Prophecy

Charismatic Theology [12/14/2015 4:57 AM]
Every Christian has four eyes and four ears. You are given one
set when you are born and another set when you are born again.
Through prophetic dreaming, God can communicate direction
to you that perhaps you would not be able to hear while awake
in your distracting environment. This is the entire basis behind
the idea of this book about seeing the voice of God, because
it involves communication without speech. We all know it is
possible to communicate without words. Baseball players do it.
Participants in a game of charades do it. Animals do it. Even
babies do it.

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Prophecy is the foretelling of God’s will

Posted by in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post

Prophecy is the foretelling of God’s will, and it is intuitive wisdom that is given to us by the Holy Spirit. We are told in Isaiah 42:9 KJV, “Former things pass, new things do I declare. Before they spring forth I tell them unto you.” God never planned on keeping His knowledge from us. The Bible is the heart and the mind of God and it is filled with His secrets. The Bible has always been our contract, and like every contract, you must read the fine print. Sorry, but it’s all there! God included us in knowing His time frame for the end of the age of man. In John 14:29 KJV, “I have told you before it came to pass, that when it is come to pass, you might believe.”

As humans, we sense a three-dimensional view of the world, but outside of that view is another dimension, known as time. It is in the dimension of time, that God operates. He can declare the end from the beginning. He set the future into writing, well ahead of its occurrence, so that when it does come to pass, you might believe and that is what makes the Bible unlike any of the other holy books. It contains hundreds of prophecies that have already been fulfilled, just as they were recorded to occur years ahead of time. In Isaiah 46:9-10 NIV, “Remember the former things, those of long ago; I am God, and there is no other; I am God, and there is none like me. I make known the end from the beginning, from ancient times, what is still to come.” Glory to God! I see it! Prophecy is the very heartbeat of God. Prophecy reveals God’s greatness, and His power to reveal the future long before it comes to pass. Isaiah 42:8-9 NIV reads, “I am the Lord. That is my name. I will not yield my glory to another or my praise to idols. See, the former things have taken place, and new things I declare; before they spring into being; I announced them to you.” God spoke the Earth into existence, and He created human beings from the “dust” of it (Genesis 2:7 KJV). He is powerful. He is all-knowing, and He is the great “I am” (Exodus 3:14 KJV).

John Conger [11/16/2015 12:33 PM]
If Gd has exhaustive foreknowledge then what was the point of creation? That means that he created us knowing billions would suffer in hell. Do you believe that?

John Kissinger [11/16/2015 12:48 PM]
http://www.pentecostaltheology.com/?s=Prophecy

Charismatic Theology [12/14/2015 4:57 AM]
Every Christian has four eyes and four ears. You are given one
set when you are born and another set when you are born again.
Through prophetic dreaming, God can communicate direction
to you that perhaps you would not be able to hear while awake
in your distracting environment. This is the entire basis behind
the idea of this book about seeing the voice of God, because
it involves communication without speech. We all know it is
possible to communicate without words. Baseball players do it.
Participants in a game of charades do it. Animals do it. Even
babies do it.

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