There are many things I not only agree with but, as a minister and apostolic network, have practiced for many years. I found one, in my opinion, major omission which I address along with a few other points. The goal is to call us up. This is a learning moment and a maturing opportunity for those who'll embrace it.
Were there some prophets who missed it? Yes. In fact, I even provide an example in my sermon notes. But the brush used to paint the situation is to broad and ends up inadvertently discrediting or casting doubt on many of the prophets whose words are accurate. This is particularly important for it could easily spawn doubt and discourage many from going up into the intercessory gaps to address the injustice that was grossly manifested in this last election.
With that in mind I shared a message yesterday, Sunday, titled "Brushes with Prophets, Politics and Prophetic Standards." We tried to record it on Zoom but unfortunately, we had some technical issues such that the recording was poor. Therefore, I created this much shorter video to hit the highlights. I'm also providing my notes which includes a copious amount of scripture. It's much more than I dealt with on the video. Click here for my sermon notes. These notes include the links to articles I referenced in the video as well.
Links to Articles
Click here Joe Mattera's The Need for Prophetic Standards in the Church
Click here for the Prophetic Standards Statement
Click here for ChurchLeaders.com - Pastor Jeff Jansen: Trump Will be Reinstated Whether People Like it or Not
Click here for Christianity Daily's list of prominent leaders who did not sign - Christian Leaders Issue Prophetic Standard Statement Following Controversial Prophecies About Recent Elections
Click here to for our Officer Candidate School Which Includes the 1Church1Day Strategy which sets elders in the gates to judge prophetic words and other issues.