Word of the Week
For a period of about two years I struggled with something the Lord had said to me. He said, “Kent, if everyone could hear Me like you do, I would not need you, nor would I have created prophets for My church.” I had a hard time receiving this word because I realized I would be responsible on a grand scale, people’s lives could be destroyed. Teaching from the Bible is easy compared to speaking the uncompromised word of the Lord. Prophesying into people’s lives will require certain accuracy; there will be no room for error.
When the Holy Spirit speaks inside of you, it is different than when you get a sermon for teaching or preaching. First of all, there is much more power in the voice and presence of the Holy Spirit.
At times He will cause you to fall into a trance and weep uncontrollably.
Before I received the baptism of the Holy Spirit, I only heard from heaven every so often, maybe once a year. After I received the baptism of the Holy Spirit I gained understanding, the blinders were removed. The Holy Spirit began to speak in long sentences and we had frequent conversations. His words were to the point and powerful. Over time He changed my thoughts and ways when studying the Holy Scriptures. He helps me understand His purpose for the Body of Christ. Every time the Holy Spirit speaks to me His word is burned into my soul and the physical experience changes me.
Many of the things the Holy Spirit has taught me do not fall in line with the main stream of doctrine for this age. Each time the Lord has revealed a new teaching to me, I have had a problem accepting it because I knew that many would not receive the message. Over the years I have found that it is easier for the masses to believe a half-truth rather than trusting the Spirit of truth. However, as of late I have been blessed to hear a few of the “Brand Name” Ministers preaching and teaching some of the same lessons that I was criticized for preaching some 15 to 20 years ago. The main thing is that we are all taught by God being poured into His purpose by His word.
It is written in the prophets,
“And they shall be taught by God.” Therefore, everyone who has heard and learned from the Father comes to Me.
Never Too Old to Twinkle
by, Sister Ty Boye
“Finally, my brethren, rejoice in the Lord. For me to write the same things to you is not tedious, but for you it is safe.”
Some of you may know I have operated in a natural calling for many years as a violin teacher. One of the most famous methods for teaching is the Suzuki Method. Very briefly, the premise behind Dr. Suzuki’s system is that if a young child easily learns to speak by copying speakers of his mother tongue, he might just as easily learn a musical instrument by copying a teacher using his ears and eyes. We do not learn how to speak by reading a book. Actually, this aspect of his method of teaching always seemed very reminiscent of our Lord’s words that He only did and said what He heard the Father do and say…(John 5:19, for ex.).
Anyway, the first song in Vol. 1 of every Suzuki book is “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star”. Kids delight in its repetitive motions; to play it well is their first dream, and to do so sometimes takes much of a year to master. There comes a day when it is perfect, and the child is ready to throw it away! After that he sees “Twinkle” as “kids’ stuff”. The teacher does of course move to the next song, but little does the student know that there is a system of review built into the method which requires the review of “Twinkle” at every level, to perfect strokes and gain precision.
Paul was a great teacher, and he did repeat himself! As he pointed out, it should not be regarded as tedious, but SAFE to do so. “Rejoice in the Lord always; again I say, rejoice.” (Phil. 4:4) Then there’s Ephesians-how many times Paul says “in HIM” in the first chapter; this is worthy of meditation in itself. These are the first things, the “Twinkles”, from Him who is the Alpha.
The spiritual analogies suggested here are profound. We do need to “Twinkle”, to meditate on simplest things, at every level of maturity. How often I watched advanced violin students resist the idea of returning to first things and “Twinkling” again. It always seemed that the ones who resisted the need to see and hear freshly, who refused to humble themselves in these practices never could advance to the difficult repertoire. It takes time and humility to see and hear accurately, without preconceived assumptions, in music as in the prophetic!
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by, Sandy Landry
People sometimes are confused when they receive a word and it never comes to pass, and years later they are told to let it go. What happened?
God’s ways aren’t ours.
He is vast and inconceivable at times. Remember when He sent Jonah with a word that He was going to destroy Ninevah. And yet He didn’t. He changed His mind when they repented. He knew beforehand that they would repent and he didn’t see fit to include Jonah in the loop. He also knew the vinegar that would produce in Jonah and Jonah got a lesson about God out of the experience. He is not arbitrary or wishy washy. You can be certain of that. But in a world where all of us have free will, our free wills give us a measure of power and God’s purposes in our lives are more important to Him than committing Himself to what a prophet speaks to us. Just ask Jonah about that.
It got too much sun. Too much exposure. Too much rain.
There are times when our clinging to a word becomes an obsession. We are not really exercising faith. We are almost into idolatry, worshiping our “word,” faithfully clinging to it, demanding that God fulfill His promise to us. We are unwilling to trust God who is bigger than the word. We become sort of like Job who had to find out the hard way that God was bigger than the deal Job thought he had made with him which went something like “I sacrifice and you keep me from harm.” How could God let bad things happen to this good guy? Because God was going to reveal to Job how really big He was. Bigger than the small deal that Job had with God in the beginning. Job moved out of the place where he had to admit he didn’t understand God and all His ways like He had thought He had. But He found out, despite the suffering, that God was really bigger and better than he had imagined.
Remember Shadrach and the boys? They believed that he would save them from the furnace, but they kept a clause in it that if He didn’t He was still God and they trusted Him. He is bigger than a word. Nothing can separate us from His love. Not even death. Read Hebrews 11 about all the people who died in faith believing for something they never saw. God was really proud of that bunch. Called them by name.
Comments and Testimonies
For the testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy. ~ Rev. 19:10b
Prophecy is the testimony that Jesus is not dead but Alive and Speaking to you and I.
Dear Prophet Kent Simpson:
In the Year 2004 and 2005 God gave us a prophetic word through that we were going to be blessed with a home but this is a season to wait and if you wait you are going to be glad that you waited because you can name your price.
Further, we just closed on a 4 bedroom 2 bath 2 car garage home at a 3.5% fixed interest rate. This house originally sold for $250,000.00 in 2004 and we just purchased it for $72,000.00 and just as the prophetic word spoke it came to pass, we are glad we waited; we did name our price.
Finally, thank you Prophet Kent Simpson, for obeying the Most High and moving in the prophetic ministry because truly the prophetic anointing on your life has been a blessing to us.
May you and your family have a blessed and prosperous New Year.
Jerald and Sophia Hooper from Florida
In HIS Service,
Kent Simpson, Prophetic Pastor
Prophetic Ministries Tabernacle
PO Box 774
Gainesville, Texas 76241
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