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Basic Training for the Prophetic Ministry Study Guide
Basic Training for the Prophetic Ministry Study Guide by Kris Vallotton

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Author: Kris Vallotton
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Length: 196 Pages
Published: 2015

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The gift of prophecy is not reserved for a super-spiritual, elite group of believers. In fact, the scriptures promise that in the last days, the Holy Spirit would be poured out on everyone in the world. This spiritual outpouring will manifest in a resurgence of the gift of prophecy that is to affect every believer, young and old, male and female, rich and poor!

If you are a Christian, the Holy Spirit lives inside of you. This means that you have access to all of His supernatural gifts and you too can prophesy!

Well-respected and seasoned prophetic leader, Kris Vallotton, provides a practical guide that has become a staple resource in training all believers to operate in prophetic ministry.
Get equipped to:

  • Tell the difference between Old and New Covenant prophecy and correctly operate as a New Testament prophetic voice
  • Learn the languages of God and hear His voice like never before
  • Discover and develop your prophetic gifts in a safe environment
  • Step out and confidently share words of knowledge, wisdom, and prophecy
  • Recognize a true prophet from a false prophet

Ideal for personal study, small groups, and church classes, Basic Training for the Prophetic Ministry Study Guide is your guide to understanding and operating in the prophetic ministry. Get ready to hear God’s voice in a fresh way, speak His word with power, and release hope, life, and destiny to those around you!

Table of Contents:

Breakdown of Sessions
Session 1: The Purpose of Prophetic Ministry
Day 1: The Old Testament Purpose of Prophecy
Day 2: What Day Are You Prophesying From?
Day 3: Looking for Treasure in Dark Places
Day 4: Call Out the Image of God in People
Day 5: Prophecy Calls People into Destiny
Session 2: The Essential Parts of Prophecy
Day 6: Learn How the Spirit Realm Works
Day 7: Your First Step toward Moving in the Gifts
Day 8: The Three Purposes of Prophecy
Day 9: Prophecy Convicts of Original Glory
Day 10: The Three Parts of Prophecy
Session 3: Hearing God’s Voice and Learning God’s Language
Day 11: Learning the Languages of God
Day 12: Learning God’s Voice Is a Process
Day 13: Four Different Voices
Day 14: Visions and Dreams
Day 15: Trances and Other Supernatural Experiences
Session 4: How to Judge and Evaluate Prophetic Words
Day 16: Don’t Quench the Holy Spirit
Day 17: Don’t Forbid the Prophetic
Day 18: Don’t Just Believe Anything
Day 19: Hold Fast to What Is Good
Day 20: Just Flush
Session 5: Receiving and Ministering in the Gift of Prophecy
Day 21: The Father’s Good Gifts
Day 22: Ask and You Will Receive
Day 23: Impartation
Day 24: Receive According to Your Faith
Day 25: Celebrate and Steward What You Already Have
Session 6: Prophetic Etiquette
Day 26: Self-Control and the Prophetic
Day 27: God’s Idea of Order
Day 28: The Life-Releasing Power of Prophecy
Day 29: Avoid Delivering Prophetic Judgments
Day 30: What Kinds of Fruit Are Your Prophecies Producing?
Session 7: False Prophets
Day 31: Don’t Believe Every Spirit
Day 32: Walking Away from a Prophetic Call or Gifting
Day 33: The Mark of Lawlessness
Day 34: False Prophets Mishandle the Bible
Day 35: “God Told Me . . .”
Session 8: Keys to Practicing Prophecy

Day 36: Always Be Ready
Day 37: Start Prophesying Your Day
Day 38: Practice Giving Words of Knowledge
Day 39: The Key to Prophetic Growth: Practice
Day 40: Overcome Your Fears and Step Out

About the Author:

Kris Vallotton is the senior associate leader of Bethel Church in Redding, California and has served on Bill Johnson’s apostolic team for more than thirty-four years. He has written nine books, including the bestselling Supernatural Ways of Royalty and Spirit Wars. Kris’s revelatory insight and humorous delivery make him a much sought-after international conference speaker. Kris and Kathy Vallotton have been happily married since 1975. They have four children and eight grandchildren.