the Prophetic ministry guide


LightHill invites you to be experience and receive God's word  during our prophetic worship sessions.  Our prophetic ministry sessions are a part of our live worship sessions and also extends beyond.  Your prophetic ministry will include soaking time in worship, in the word and followed by minutes of receiving the word and prayers privately with our prophetic ministry team.

WHEN

Prophetic ministry sessions  are on Saturdays starting from  10:00 AM to 3.00 PM.
Prophetic ministry sessions are on Thursdays starting from  7:30 PM to 9:00 PM.

You may receive prophetic ministry during worship sessions
Prophetic ministry continues after worship services and will be available only those who check-in onsite and receive a queue card after the worship session

SIGNING IN FOR PROPHETIC MINISTRY APPOINTMENTS


 After you arrive, locate the check-in kiosk, and sign-in your details. After successful sign-in, have your seat and soak before the Lord  in the worship session. Have a notepad and pen handy or a recorder. 

Parents, while childcare is not available, you are welcome to bring your children to worship and receive prophetic ministry, but must ensure they are with you at all times.


WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT THE PROPHETIC MINISTRY


Receiving a word from God is a call to a deeper fellowship with God. The power to execute words of prophecies is granted in the place of dwelling in worship and the communion with God.

The prophetic is one of God's gift to the Church. Revelation 19:10  records,  "...Worship Him! The testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy".  The Prophetic is one of the ministries of the Holy Spirit.  

The prophetic is the revelation of Jesus Christ given by the Lord and sent to God's people by the power of the Holy Spirit. (Revelation 1:1)

Prophecy edifies the church. The church of God is edified by the word of God through the spirit of prophecy (1 Corinthians 14:4)

The prophetic was established by the Lord. The Lord spoke through the mouths of prophets in the old testament, and in the new testament. The coming of the Messiah was prophesied in the old testament by the prophet Isaiah (Isaiah 9:6) and many others. In the new testament, Mary  received prophecy concerning the birth of the Son of God (Luke 1:35)

The spirit of prophecy is not for profiteering (Acts 8:20-24). Freely you have received, freely give (Mathew 10:8)

Prophetic words should be recorded (Habakkuk 2:2)

The prophetic ministry requires a life of holiness. 

Every prophecy must lead back to the Lord, not to humans or angels (Revelation 19:10 ).

Prophecy is an invitation to come closer into God's presence, by taking the words He has spoken to you back to Him

Believers should not open up their lives to false spirits when in search of prophecy (Jeremiah 23:13).