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God’s nature is that He speaks of things before He does them, and this is what is referred to as prophecy Isa. 46:9-10; 42:8-9. In essence, prophecies are words from God’s mouth revealing His mind on things of the future. Every statement of scripture is word from the mouth of God, declared by men that were moved by the Spirit of God. Therefore, scriptures are prophecies, and are defined as the “more sure word of prophecy” 2Pet. 1:19-20.

Scriptural Prophetic Lifeline for the Redeemed

In essence, the prophetic word on what God has ordained for the believer.

  1. A glorious destiny.

By redemption, every believer is ordained for the life of glory Rom. 8:29-30; 2Pet. 1:3. The best way to define glory is a look at the opposite, which is shame.        In essence, the believer is not designed to experience shame of any kind in life. Pro. 4:18. Wisdom is required to enjoy this glorious destiny, and wisdom is in knowing the right thing to doing it Pro. 3:35; 11:30.

  • A destiny of health and wholeness.

Health is the state of absence of sickness, while wholeness is the state of being unbroken and undamaged. This is what God designed for every believer, no sickness and no damage to any part of his body 3Jn. 2. Being fruitful is required for enjoying this Jn. 15:1-2.

  • Redeemed for wisdom

By redemption, the believer is grafted into Christ, who is wisdom personified Rms. 11:17; 1Cor. 1:24. In essence, every true believer is designed to manifest God’s wisdom naturally Mat. 11:19. Wisdom by definition is simply knowing the right thing to do and doing it; when one does the right thing he will experience a great life Isa. 33:16.

  • Redeemed for strength

By redemption, the believer is ordained to operate in usual strength all his days on the earth Psa. 105:37. At redemption, the Holy Spirit who comes into the believer to bear witness in him of his salvation, at the same time the Holy Spirit imparts divine strength that enables the believer to do the unusual Rms. 8:14; Eph. 3:16; Dan. 11:32. In essence, a believer is not permitted to be weak in any way.

Characteristics of Prophetic Words.

  1. Every prophetic word received and believed keeps us in pursuit of divine agenda.

In essence, when one encounter a prophetic word from scripture, it will make the believer to be restive until it becomes a reality 1Cor. 9:24-27; Hab. 2:3.

  1. Every prophetic received and believed alleys fear.

When a prophetic word of scriptures is encountered, every fear dies making the believer to dare what others cannot Exo. 14:15; Psa. 114:1-7.

How to make Prophetic Words Come to Pass.

  1. Receive, believe and put it to work.

Prophetic words are seeds; and the glory of every seed is in being planted Lk. 8:11. We plant prophetic seed by receiving, believing, and putting it to work Jms. 2:19-24; Jn. 1:12.

  1. Water the prophetic word by praise.

The security of any seed that is planted is an appropriate watering, if not it dies. Praise is the scriptural approved way to water prophetic seeds; this is by giving glory to God for the prophecy, by which we facilitate the fulfilment of the prophecy Heb. 13:15; Pro. 12:14; 13:2.

Scriptural Examples.

  1. Joseph.

Joseph kept celebrating God until the glorious destiny that God showed him became a reality Gen. 40:6-7; 41:9-10,37-45.

In conclusion, we serve the God who does not change, and has no request of person Mal. 3:6; Acts 10:34-35. Our glorious destiny in Christ is sure; we only need to accept the responsibility required to see it actualized.

To anyone reading this that will love to give his/her life to Christ, pray this prayer out loud with me from your heart: “Lord Jesus, I surrender my life to you today. Forgive me my sins; wash me with your blood. I believe you died for me, on the third day you rose again that I may be justified. Right now, I believe that my sins are forgiven; I’m justified by your blood; I’m born-again; I’m saved; I’m a child of God; I’m free from the power of sin to serve the living God. Thank you Jesus for receiving me; thank you Jesus for restoring me; thank you Jesus for


Father, in the name of Jesus, I receive the baptism of the Spirit of praise, for a lifestyle of praise henceforth Isa. 61:3.

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