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Prophecy in the Church Today: an interview with Michael Sullivant


I believe that over the last century, we have been witnessing an unprecedented and further fulfillment of the inter-national, inter-generational, and inter-gender outpouring of the Holy Spirit to which Joel referred. If this move of God is that precursor to the second coming of Christ, then the spirit of prophecy within the Church is not going to abate or be deterred by any force in heaven or earth or under the earth. May God help us to simply cooperate with His unfolding redemptive plan for the nations and become ever more skilled in receiving, interpreting and applying the prophetic words that His Spirit is imparting to the sons and daughters of the living God. There is even more yet to come.



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Category: Pneuma Review, Spirit, Spring 2004

About the Author: Michael Sullivant and his wife Terri live in the Kansas City, Missouri area. They have given themselves to planting communities of faith in several U.S. states, pastoring, teaching, writing, coaching, building leaders and traveling to offer ministry in many nations. Michael is the author of Prophetic Etiquette: Your Complete Handbook on Giving and Receiving Prophecy (Creation House, 2000), and Your Kingdom Come (Creation House, 2000), and a devotional commentary called The Romance of Romans: God's Big God-Story (2011).

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