Item description for You May All Prophesy by Steve Thompson...
Overview The Bible reveals that every Christian can hear from God and speak prophetically to others. This book provides scriptural encouragement and practical instruction to help you: Discover how God speaks to you Discern when and how to speak prophetically to others Understand and interpret dreams and visions Recognize how prophecy functions in the local church Overcome obstacles unique to ministering prophetically
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Studio: MorningStar Publications, Inc.
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.7" Width: 4.56" Height: 0.53" Weight: 0.44 lbs.
Release Date Dec 1, 2007
Publisher DESTINY IMAGE #45
ISBN 159933089X ISBN13 9781599330891
Availability 0 units.
More About Steve Thompson
Dan Hopwood, MPH, ARM, CBCP, is Director of Risk Management for the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club.?He has both managed and owned risk consulting firms in addition to being an officer and manager for insurance companies and brokerages. He has specialized in the development and management of safety and risk management programs, with a broad-based industry focus. Dan has taught at San Diego City College and San Diego State University. He created and managed the Occupational Safety and Health Management Certificate Program within the San Diego State University College of Extended Studies. He holds a BS in health sciences/industrial safety and a master of public health (MPH) with a concentration in occupational health, both from San Diego State.
Steve Thompson, ARM, COSS, is President and cofounder of Thompson/Currier, an employee-owned consulting company providing business improvement strategies to commercial, government, and nonprofit organizations. He has a long track record of working to improve safety in the workplace through his founding of the Workers' Compensation Training Consortium and teaching at the college level. He has served in safety and health management positions for small, medium, and large companies, and he has helped hundreds of companies improve their business operations, human resources functions, and safety and health programs. He is a former air force medic, and holds a BS in health care management from Southern Illinois University.
Steve Thompson has an academic affiliation as follows - Nottingham University Business School, UK.
Reviews - What do customers think about You May All Prophesy?
You May All Prophecy Jul 6, 2008
This book gives factual information that the gifts of the Holy Spirit are as relevant today as they were during the book of ACTS. Mr. Thompson is encouraging to his readers to be open to the Holy Spirit with sound Biblical references in recognizing this gift and reverently asking, seeking, and believing that each and every one of us can and will be able to prophesy in His name for His glory.
Full of biblical and experientially learned principles May 7, 2008
I use a fine red underliner in most books I intend to keep for future reference. This book is now very red!!. Loaded with very sound, honest and learned from experience principles.
A temperament of ministry with humility throughout the book. Many so-called "Shepherds" could learn from this writing about ministering UP to people instead of ministering DOWN to them which tends to be the unfortunate norm.
If you are sincerely seeking God for growing in words of knowledge for the sake of setting the captives free and healing the broken hearted, there are excellent principles presented.
The cost of this book is insignificant in comparison to its actual value.
Excellent, clear, and concise Jan 20, 2008
He is a good author and an even better speaker. This book was clear and concise. I will read it several times.
Prophectic instructions Aug 27, 2007
If you are intersted on the prophectic you should get it. This teaching book on understanding in hearing God. Lots on how to's . Steve Thompson has broke it down to understand easy.
Good, but I worry about the author's "tone" Jun 24, 2007
While on the whole I found this a very good book full of guidelines and suggestions and warnings for for those who believe the Lord has given them the gift of prophesy, I was really worried about the tone in which the author presents those guidelines and suggestions. While I cannot say that the author's spiritual position is accurately reflected in his written work, this book presents prophetic ministry as the cat's meow and at times is dangerously close to establishing an "elitist" mentality. I personally believe it is better to become a "Faithful Bondservant" than a "Strong Christians", the difference being in the mentality therein.