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What is a Seer? a prophet that God communicates through dreams and visions. The group is focused on prophetic intercessors and seers coming together to share experiences and knowledge.

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Comment by Teshawn Green on April 8, 2010 at 3:06pm
This is the link to the James Goll article, "Discover the Seer in You".
Comment by Teshawn Green on April 8, 2010 at 3:01pm
Is Seeing in the Spirit for You? Discover the Seer in You by James W. Goll

This week I wanted to bring you some of my prophetic teaching on the subject of the seer realm. I trust you will benefit from this teaching. This is an excerpt from The Seer 40 Day Devotional Journal and Discovering the Seer in You study manual.

Blessing to each of you as you seek to hear and obey the voice of the Lord. Know that the Lord has great plans for your 2010! Thanks for your support!
With Expectancy!
James W. Goll

The Seer Realm
My personal journey into the seer realm has been progressive. Some seem to be "born with a full blown gift"-like Bob Jones, John Paul Jackson and a few others in our day and time. Others come forth step-by-step as I did over a period of months and years.

In the prophetic, I heard first in the Spirit before I ever saw. I was comfortable in this realm and the voice of the Lord spilled over into the gift of prophecy. Later on, I recognized that the feeling dimension had been active in my life all the time-I just seemed extra sensitive and emoted more than others-especially men. But there was no teaching on that realm so the "feeler" stayed at a certain level and found its primary expression as burdens from the Lord in the place of prayer.

For me, the seer realm unfolded over time like a flower blossom-opening in the sunlight ever so slowly. Eventually, especially in the atmosphere of worship, I found the Lord giving me both internal and external visions. Dreams were multiplied and became a regular tool in which the Lord would speak to me. Being around the culture of the seer, hanging out with gifted people, enhanced my own hunger, gift and calling. Visitations were never daily with me, but I would come into seasons where encounters with a supernatural God were profuse and not rare at all.

For years I taught the ways of the Spirit as those who walk the stairs and those who get to go on exhilarating rides up high on fast moving elevators. For me-I walked the staircase one step at a time most of my life. But for others-like my dear late wife Michal Ann, she got in a wild elevator ride for nine straight weeks when Heaven came down to earth and things never returned to normal! Ha! Those were the days for sure! But know this: It all matters, whether walking up a stair step, or getting in an express elevator. Just walk in the Spirit. Watch Him unfold His ways-even the seer realm, for you.

The following is an excerpt from Days 10-12 from The Seer 40 Day Devotional Journal. I trust this teaching of the New Testament Greek words concerning visionary states will be helpful. Pass this teaching along to others. Remember, you too can move in visions and dreams-it is your rightful inheritance as a Believer in Christ Jesus.

The Diversity of Visionary States
But one and the same Spirit works all these things, distributing to each one individually just as He wills.-1 Corinthians 12:11

Boasting is necessary, though it is not profitable; but I will go on to visions and revelations of the Lord.-2 Corinthians 12:1

Therefore, prepare (gird) your minds for action, keep sober in spirit, fix your hope completely on the grace to be brought to you at the revelation of Jesus Christ.-1 Peter 1:13

There is only one Holy Spirit, but He works in a multiplicity of ways. There are many spiritual gifts, but only one gift-giver: the Holy Spirit of God. The prophetic anointing manifests itself in many diverse ways, but they all derive from the same Spirit.

This same diversity by the one Spirit applies also to visionary states and experiences. In fact, the New Testament uses a variety of Greek words to express different visionary states. None of these states are "higher" or "better" than any of the others. They are simply different, and the Holy Spirit uses them with different people for different purposes. Let's take a closer look at some of these visionary states.

Onar: In Greek, onar is the common word for "dream." It refers simply to the kind of dreaming we all do when we sleep. Everyday dreams are themselves visionary in nature because our minds generate images that we "see" while we are asleep. As the Bible makes clear, God can and does use these common dreams to communicate with ordinary people.

Enupnion: Like onar, the word enupnion refers to a vision or dream received while asleep. The difference with enupnion is that it stresses a surprise quality that is contained in that dream.

Horama: Horama is another general term for vision, meaning "that which is seen." It carries the particular sense of a "spectacle, sight, or appearance." New Testament examples commonly associate this word with waking visions. You can be a candidate for horama visions. Just tell the Lord of your desire to be a person who receives the spirit of revelation and sees visions. It is for today. It is there for the asking!

Horasis: An horasis occurs when the Spirit who lives within us looks out through the "windows" of our eyes and allows us to see what He sees. Sometimes we are seeing in the natural or in the spiritual and sometimes it is both. When our spiritual eyes are open, sometimes our natural eyes can see into the spiritual realm. We may see dual images as visionary spiritual pictures are superimposed over the images we are seeing with our physical eyes.

Optasia: Another visionary state found in the New Testament is denoted by the word optasia-literally meaning "visuality," or in concrete form, "apparition." Optasia has the very specific connotation of self-disclosure or of letting oneself be seen. The word always occurs in the context of someone seeing a divine or spiritual personage.

Ekstasis: Ekstasis, from which our English word "ecstasy" is derived, means amazement, astonishment, or a trance. Literally, ekstasis means "a displacement of the mind," or "bewilderment." When translated as "trance," ekstasis refers to one being caught up in the Spirit so as to receive those revelations that God intends.

Apokalupsis: With apokalupsis, we come to the most frequently used word in the New Testament to describe a visionary state. Apokalupsis literally means "disclosure," an "appearing" or "coming," a "manifestation." It carries specifically the sense of something hidden that has now been uncovered or revealed.

Egenomehn ehn pneumati: The phrase egenomehn ehn pneumati literally means "to become in the Spirit," a state in which one could see visions and be informed or spoken directly to by the Spirit of God. Therein lies the secret to how we get revelation. We do it by first getting in the Spirit. The more we are filled with the Spirit and walk in the Spirit, the more we become one with the Spirit, and the more our eyes will be opened to see in the Spirit. He will give us the perception to look into the spiritual realm.
Comment by Karen Hayslip on March 20, 2010 at 10:10am
I don't move in the realm of the seer, but more in prophetic intercession. I look forward to learning from you and using my ministry here.
Comment by Teshawn Green on March 19, 2010 at 8:53am
I haven't seen that particular book by Apostle Eckhardt but I will look for it soon. The Shamar Prophet can be purchased through the Impact Network website or the Arsenal website under Global Harvest Ministries. To be honest, I have found little resources regarding the seer gift so I am glad for recommendations.
Comment by Teshawn Green on March 18, 2010 at 10:30am
"Beforetime in Israel, when a man went to enquire of God, thus he spake, Come, and let us go to the seer: for he that is now called a Prophet was beforetime called a Seer." 1 Samuel 9:9.

The Seer represents the prophetic dimension by which they receive from God visually to hear. Seers observe, watch and pray. " ye therefore sober, and watch unto prayer".1 Peter 4:7b

Seers also are watchman guarding the assignment that God has given to them. "Shamar means to hedge about (as with thorns), to guard, to protect, to watch, to beware. This word emphasizes the protective element of the prophet’s mantle. The word shamar is first used in scripture in Gen.2:15. Adam is told to keep (shamar) the garden. It is also mentioned in Gen.4:9. Cain asks God is he his brother’s keeper (shamar).

The preserving and guarding aspect of the prophet’s ministry is needed in every local church. This is accomplished through intercession, discernment, praise, preaching, teaching and worship." The Shamar Prophet - Apostle John Eckhardt
Comment by Teshawn Green on March 16, 2010 at 9:42am
Hi Shelley and thank you for joining the Seers group. It is my prayer that we learn from each other and gain a deeper revelation regarding seeing/hearing God's voice through the visual realm.
Comment by Terje Leigre on March 15, 2010 at 5:59am
As I have commented on my blog I am studying Hearing Ear written by Larry Lea. This book has made an impact on me and I am letting his words sink in my heart. Larry Lea is a radical teacher but so is the Word of God .Another book that has caught my attention is The Anoiting written by Benny Hinn. In this book BH points out the fact that if we want something of spiritual value we must be willing to make sacrifice in our lives. The Holy Spirit will gently take us to parts of our lives we have to make a change. This is my journey to day and I pray The Father to strengthen my path.
Blessings T. Leigre. Norway
Comment by Teshawn Green on March 12, 2010 at 1:53pm
Hi Terje,
Thanks for joining the Seer's group. It is my prayer that this group will help people hear the various way God speaks.
Comment by Terje Leigre on March 12, 2010 at 1:01pm
As a small group leader I am concerned of hearing Gods voice.
I would very much like to learn more of the phrophetic dimension
and take part in your group The seers.
Blessings from T.Leigre Norway

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