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Apostle John Eckhardt's latest teaching on the link between Seers and Prophetic Worship.

 

Worship creates an atmosphere for the spirit of prophecy. Prophets and prophetic people thrive in the atmosphere of worship. Prophets can function as worship leaders, psalmists, and minstrels. They release prophetic sounds and prophetic songs that bring deliverance, healing, restoration, and refreshing. There are also prophets who operate as seers.

 

Seers have the ability to see into the spirit realm, and then declare what they see. When seers are involved in our worship they see what is taking place in the spirit realm while we worship, and as a result of our worship. Seers have seen angels, smoke, fire, rain, demons, horses, armies, thrones, jewels, judgments, colors etc. They can declare what they see to the congregation and encourage the saints to act on what they see. This results in great freedom and breakthroughs. We need to make room for Seers in our worship services. Any believer can see if God permits, but Seers are proven prophetic ministries that are recognized by the leadership of the church.

 

As as seer, are you involved in the congregational worship aspect of your local assembly?

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