CONCEPTS OF LIFE
Hearing the Voice of God
Hearing and listening are two different topics. To hear means "to inspect, inquire, or examine."
Remember what it says: Today when you hear his voice, don't harden your hearts as Israel did when they rebelled (Hebrews 3:15).
Listening, on the other hand, requires stillness, silence, or quietness. To listen means "to eavesdrop, snoop, or spy." When you understand the difference between hearing and listening the entire meaning of the scripture, Be still and know that I am God (Psalm 46:10), transforms your ability to hear the voice of God.
What is in Your Hand?
You are fully equipped to live creatively. However, many ignore, discredit, or refuse to spend time seeking God for what they are destined to do and how He can use their creative skills, talents, and abilities to glorify Him. Your destiny is waiting for you, but YOU must do the work required to align with your mission.
Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you (Matthew 7:7)
The Writing Prophet
Let’s face it writing is not easy. Effective writing requires discipline, constructive criticism, and the practice of reading prolifically. Writing prophetically demand total obedience and commitment to writing only what you hear. If God has called you as a scribal prophet, to use writing as a platform for your prophetic ministry, it is because He needs you to speak His heart to the lost, to individuals in your sphere of influence, and to those in the marketplace who are outside of the four walls of the church.
Write down what you have seen--both the things that are now happening and the things that will happen (Revelation 1:19)