Item description for The Heart of the Prophetic: Keys to Flowing in a More Powerful Prophetic Anointing by Jennifer LeClaire & Jonas Clark...
Overview Do you want to prophesy what saith the Spirit of God with greater authority, stronger boldness and increased accuracy? Do you want that double-portion that Elisha carried? Jennifer LeClaire offers keys to flowing in a more powerful prophetic anointing in this no-holds-barred manuscript. Jennifer draws from her experiences to explain what it really means to operate in prophetic ministry and how to avoid the temptations that take you off the deep end.
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Studio: Spirit of Life Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.52" Width: 6.13" Height: 0.57" Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 2007
Publisher Spirit of Life Publishing
ISBN 1886885249 ISBN13 9781886885240
Availability 69 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 21, 2016 12:51.
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More About Jennifer LeClaire & Jonas Clark
Jennifer LeClaire is the editor of "Charisma" magazine; director of the Awakening House of Prayer in Fort Lauderdale, Florida; senior leader of the New Breed Revival Network; cofounder of AwakeningTV.com; and author of many books, including "Jezebel s Puppets," "Mornings With the Holy Spirit," and "The Next Great Move of God." LeClaire writes one of "Charisma" s most popular prophetic columns, The Plumb Line, and frequently contributes to Charisma Media s newsletter, "Prophetic Insight." Her writings garner the attention of 100,000 followers on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube."
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The Heart of the Matter Feb 26, 2010
It was by "accident" that I stumbled across this book, and "coincidence" that I had been conversing with God about the very things addressed within it (as they pertain to me and my weaknesses, stumbling blocks and fears; my situation;...as well as my own observations and concerns regarding the prophetic movement.) I have been frustrated, suddenly finding myself in a place with no pastoral covering and in the midst of a body that...well, let's just say I've been feeling mighty misunderstood, disoriented and, OK, fearful.(Poor me.) God is so faithful! Through Jennifer LeClaire's careful application of Scripture He has used this book to help answer my questions, confirm what I know, and encourage me in the right direction. I welcome everything written in The Heart of the Prophetic. While recognizing that we live in a time of grace, my greatest fear still is that I would claim to speak for God when in fact I'm speaking to somehow satisfy myself. This book addresses that issue and others from every conceivable angle. Concerns boldly confronted are: political correctness, presumptions (personal opinions,) self-will, control, greed, merchandising, deceit, judgmentalism, and stubborn rebellion. The issues discussed in each of the chapters are all closely related, of course, because at the heart of the matter is the hazard of the intercessor/prophet serving one of those other "gods" - Self, or Satan.
Jennifer's writing style is clear, direct, and conversational. She manages to meet the monster head-on without turning off the reader. (Well, I wasn't turned off, but then I was hungry to hear what was being said.) I encourage everyone called as an intercessor/prophetic-intercessor/prophetic/prophet to read this book. If we don't find ourselves humbly inviting God to search our hearts as we move through the various chapters, the only appropriate response would be to cry, "Woe! Have mercy, Lord!"