This week, I am listening to these Prophetess Bynum’s sermons on my desk and I can barely control my spirit and body. I keep clenching my fist and speaking in tongues under my breath. If given the opportunity, when listening to her sermons, I would run up and down that office like it was an altar call at my church on a Sunday.
But in watching her, a question I have always asked popped into my head.
Within myself, I asked, “Why do people preach the way they do?
My mind was going down the avenues of the influence of culture, heritage and the person.
Now, I am reading through my decade old notes from – The Prophetic School – Lesson 1 – The making of a Prophet and my questions are being answered.
- The communication we receive from God in our spirit man is still filtered through our own personality and character.
This is exactly why a prophet is put through the testings of brokenness and brings him to humility so that his character is changed.
- The prophet will then always give God the glory
- The prophet will always rely on God
- The prophet will always reflect God
So, God must purify the vessel.
Tainted vessels bring tainted messages.
So God must purify us, His prophets through painstaking means.
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