Be honest. Are you called to write prophetically, but find it difficult to schedule the time to write? Have you desired to write a book, but just can't seem to consistently squeeze out any time, not even 10 minutes to start? Notice, the word consistently? Perhaps you find the time to write, but your notes are everywhere. Disorganization makes it even more challenging to finish anything. Well, you may not like what am about to say, but truth hurts until you make the adjustments needed to find relief.
God is not a respecter of persons. He talks all the time, in various ways, circumstances, and situations. The key is to listen to hear. He wants to talk to His children. He wants to be a part of your everyday lives. He wants to lead you. He wants to guide you, but you must be willing to discern His voice. I want to share three keys to hearing God and as you listen and wait He will speak. Are you willing to listen? If you said, "yes" let's examine the three keys to hearing God.
Writing is a skill capable of being developed and enhanced with practice. Likewise, the call to write prophetically is perfected through an ongoing relationship with the Great communicator, God.
In today's teaching I we will focus on three R's essential to answering the call to write prophetically. Yes, there is such a thing as a call to write. When a person is called to a specific assignment, the call will find the individual, rather than the person finding the call. This is, also true for those called to serve as a prophet. The three R's are extracted from the prophet Samuel's call, found in 1 Samuel 3.
The call to write prophetically is an assignment not to be taken lightly. And just because you like to write doesn't make you a writing prophet. So, how do you know if God is calling you to be His writing prophet?