For you can all prophesy one by one, so that everyone may learn and everyone may be encouraged. And the prophets’ spirits are under the control of the prophets, since God is not a God of disorder but of peace. 1 Corinthians 14.31-33
Let’s take a closer look at the verse above, because in it lies the difference between the life you have and the life you could have.
For you can all prophesy:
God wants everyone to Prophesy. This means that God wants all those who claim to believe in His Promises to show, through their lives and character, the fulfillment of His prophecies and, therefore, prophesy with authority.
When He says: “For you can all prophesy,” He’s saying: “All those who use their intelligent faith in My Promises, through voluntary sacrifice, will see them fulfilled in their lives and, therefore, can prophesy.”
One by one:
God wants everyone to have a Testimony of Transformation, one after another, because this is what confirms the fulfillment of the Prophesy – providing the chance to obtain a testimony! And when will it be your turn? This is your opportunity, right now!
So that everyone may learn:
You don’t learn from speaking about something, but from passing through it. There is not a more effective way of teaching than showing with your own life. In this case, the fulfillment of God’s Promises must happen so that you can teach, in a practical way, as do the millions of Testimonies that reveal victories, accomplishments and successes achieved through voluntary sacrifices to God!
And may be encouraged:
For those who know the Truth, only one thing can encourage us – overcoming, achieving, the fulfillment of a prophesy –, because this is what gives us joy and allows us to glorify God with our lives.
The prophets’ spirits are under the control of the prophets:
No one is obligated to believe, obey or sacrifice for the sake of the fulfillment of the Prophesy; but let it be known and understood that a Prophesy can only be fulfilled when a prophet, a person who claims to believe, subjects himself to the Spirit of the Prophesy. In this case, it is the Holy Spirit Who asks for the sacrifice.
Since God is not a God of disorder:
The greatest disorder demons caused, and continue causing, is in the lives of people who say they believe in God, yet they do not to show it through their actions or decisions, nor do their sacrifices show that they believe in what was Promised by Him. This is, they do not prophesy because they are not sure that it will happen. As a consequence, they do not sacrifice! And so, they speak of a Great God, but live a miserable life, in every aspect.
But of peace:
There will only be peace once the Prophesy is fulfilled!
A sick person will only have peace when the Prophesy of healing is fulfilled in his life.
An oppressed or depressed person will only have peace when the Prophesy of deliverance is fulfilled in his life.
A single person will only have peace when the Prophesy is fulfilled in his love life.
A poor person will only have peace when the Prophesy of prosperity is fulfilled in his life.
A converted person will only have peace when the Prophesy of the Baptism with the Holy Spirit is fulfilled in his life.
I hope this message helps you understand whether or not you can prophesy.
If your is answer is no, then voluntarily sacrifice to God, so that you can quickly begin to prophesy, proving with your life that God’s Prophesy is fulfilled in the lives of those who truly believe.
If your answer is yes, then prophesy to those who do not have peace and continue sacrificing so more prophecies can be fulfilled in other areas of your life, and Glorify God with your character and transformed life.