Prophecy (2 of 2) by Johnny Hunt
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Series: Motivational Gifts
INTRODUCTION: Each Christian has one of these seven gifts. Knowing or unknowingly, every Christian then views other Christians and circumstances through his or her gift. The one with prophecy is one who readily perceives, prays about, proclaims, and promotes the will of God.
IDENTIFICATION: SEVEN MOTIVATIONAL GIFTS
Prophet - One who clearly perceives the will of God. Proclaims truth and exposes sin.
Servant - One who loves to serve others; a doer; meets needs, frees others.
Teacher - One who loves to research and communicate truth. Researcher; clarifies truth, validates information.
Exhortation - One who loves to encourage others to live a victorious life. These are the extremely positive people; stimulates faith and promotes growth.
Giving - One who loves to give time, talent, energy, and means to benefit others and advance the gospel. A contributor; entrusts assets, maximizes results.
Ruling - Administrator; one who loves to organize, lead or direct. A facilitator or leader. Plans ahead and completes task.
Mercy - Compassionate person; one who shows compassion, love, and care to those in need. Removes distress and share burdens.
THEIR CHARACTERISTICS (Biblical
The need to express thoughts and ideas verbally, especially regarding right and wrong.
''But Peter, standing up with the eleven, raised his voice and said to them, ''Men of Judea and all who dwell in Jerusalem, let this be known to you, and heed my words.''
''So when Peter saw it, he responded to the people: ''’Men of Israel, why do you marvel at this? Or why look so intently at us, as though by our own power or godliness we had made this man walk?’''
The tendency to make quick judgements.
''Then Peter answered and said to Him, ''’Explain this parable to us.’''
''Simon Peter answered and said, ''’You are the Christ, the ...
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