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Different Kinds of Prophetic Utterance by DawnChase


									     Different Kinds of Prophetic Utterance

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There are different kinds of prophetic words for different situations. The
prophetic word can deal with past, present, and future. The prophetic word is
able to deal with all the issues that we face in life. God has many thoughts
toward us, and if we were to speak them, they cannot be numbered (Psa. 40:5)
God’s word is a lamp unto our feet, and a light unto our path (Psa.119:105)
1. Now- addresses issues that are currently happening in a person’s life. This gives understanding
on what a person is dealing with and helps eliminate confusion. I also call this a word in season

2. Confirmation- establishes and strengthens, builds faith and removes doubt; an example is “you
are on the right track.”

3. Future- speaks to next phase or stage in your life. May map out directions or areas of
preparation needed for future tasks. This can include instruction on what to do. God’s words
lighten our paths, so we know where to go.

4. Past- these are words that deal with past issues, often bringing understanding and resolving
things from the past. These words help launch us into our future. There are many people chained
to the past, and they need to be released. Joseph understood his past was necessary for his
purpose to his people.
5. New- a new word is something completely new. It may often surprise the recipient. It is
usually something they were not thinking or planning. (1 Cor.2:9-10)

6. Warning- these words warn of dangers that may be ahead, and what to avoid.

7. Deliverance- these words deliver people from things such as hurt, rejection, fear, sickness and
release healing and restoration to the recipient. (Psa.107:20)

8. Revelation- these words give us insight and revelation into the plans and purpose of God for
our lives. (Deut.29:29)

9. Identification- these words identify and help people understand and know who they are and
what God created them to be. (Jud.6:12)

10. Correction- these words correct us and cause us to make the necessary adjustments in our
lives. (Prov.3:11)

11. Commendation- God commends us when we are doing what is right. Each church in the
Revelation was commended and then corrected.

12. Exposure- these words expose and identify the works of sin and darkness. (Heb.4:13)

13. Conditional- these words are conditional on your obedience, an example “if you will pray
and seek my face, then I will move you into a new level of breakthrough and blessing.”

14. Impartation- God uses these words, often accompanied with the laying on of hands, to impart
gifts into our lives (1 Tim.4:14)

  These words can be spoken over individuals and congregations. We must be
 open and allow God to speak to us in these different ways. Each way will bring
                         great blessing to the church.

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