Too often, prophecy is misconstrued as an “up-in-the-clouds” concept, that is unobtainable to the everyday man or woman. In a practical, accessible and teachable way, My Sheep Have Ears seeks to reaffirm the promise that “Even on my servants, both men and women, I will pour out my Spirit in those days, and they will prophesy.” (Acts 2:18)
Have a read of the blurb, which sums up the book fantastically:
“My sheep listen to my voice; I know them, and they follow me.”
Jesus promised that his sheep would hear and know his voice, but what does his voice sound like? How does he speak to his people today?
How can the contemporary church embrace prophetic ministry in a way that will both resource discipleship and empower mission?
Prophecy did not die out with the early church and remains a vitally important gift, bearing much fruit in the lives of disciples if well taught, responsibly handled, and ministered with love. There is a great need in the church today for a healthy, holistic and biblical prophetic ministry that will equip God’s people to become more radical followers of Jesus and engage more effectively in the world around them.
This is a book for all those who seek a mature and outward-looking expression of prophetic ministry. It provides a way forward for everyone who desires to hear God’s voice with clarity, as well as bringing greater understanding of the role that prophets play today.]