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Prophet's Handbook

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Prophet's Handbook--Discover the role of the prophetic ministry and why it is so necessary today. Not only is this book a must-have for Prophets, but it will give other offices insight into what the function
of a Prophet is, how they operate and for what purpose. If you are a Prophet, or want to understand Prophetic language, you should also get her other book, The Prophet's Dictionary.

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The prophetic gifts are still operating today. Discover God s divine plan for them and how they are meant to benefit and not hinder the body of Christ. The Prophet s Handbook details the roles and duties of the prophetic in the church and clearly explains its necessity. As an indispensable reference, this comprehensive text is something no church leader should be without. Dr. Paula Price intelligently and skillfully explains the function and responsibilities of local church prophets and those who prophesy. Her years of research and ministry have led to the ultimate guide to prophecy in the local church.

You will:
Discover how God awakens, calls, grooms, and produces excellent prophets
See how prophets differ from psychics and how prophecy exceeds divination
Get answers to the most common prophetic questions that people ask
Recognize budding prophets in the church and train, regulate, and use them prudently
Discover the best prophetic interactions and development for prophets in
your own church.
Don t let lack of knowledge keep you from utilizing one of God s extraordinary gifts to the church today.

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Author Paula A. Price, PH.D.

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