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Does God Still Give Revelation Today?

So let us be encouraged that God speaks today, as it is true to his nature, and that we are called, as the body together, to seek him, to listen to him through Scripture and the present-day work of the Spirit, and to even seek prophecy (e.g. 1 Corinthians 14:1). And thankfully, as we stay connected to Scripture, the church historic and the church present, we will have great tools available to us in helping us remain steadfast, being faithful to the revelation of God in Jesus Christ.


5e0a73e133875437e93bab73c44b27aa[1]About the Author
Scott Lencke, MA (Covenant Theological Seminary), served as shepherd of Cornerstone International Church in the greater Brussels area of Belgium from the Summer of 2008 until Spring of 2013. Scott is an active blogger at

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Category: Biblical Studies

About the Author: Scott Lencke, PhD (ABD), holds a B.A. in Communications from the University of Memphis, an M.A. in Theological Studies from Covenant Theological Seminary, and two years of work toward a Doctor of Intercultural Studies at Fuller Theological Seminary. In early 2020, he transferred his research to the University of Aberdeen to complete his PhD in Divinity there. Scott serves on the faculty of several higher education institutions, teaching theology and religious studies courses. He also currently works as a spiritual director and spiritual life coach at Kardia Collective.

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