Ezekiel had nothing but the words of God. He took what God gave him and declared them into the desolation of the situation of Judah. The verse below distinguishes what a prophetic declaration is:
So I prophesied as I was commanded. And as
I was prophesying, there was a noise, a rattling
sound, and the bones came together, bone to
bone. I looked, and tendons and flesh appeared
on them and skin covered them, but there was no
breath in them. (Ezekiel 37:7–8)
Ezekiel had a vision. He declared God’s will and things began to happen. The same is true with us. When God gives us a vision or a message of His prophetic destiny, we need to begin to declare it, because something will happen when we do.
The breakdowns come when we refuse to declare God’s destiny over our future, either because of doubt, fear, false humility, or whatever other reason. The thing is, we need to release faith before we can see the results with our very own eyes (Heb. 11:1). Sometimes, we look for the results without releasing the faith and we come up short. Faith needs to come first—the declaration reveals your faith.
In the first level of prophecy, you can experience a new sound or see a new structure coming into place. We even see or sense a portion of the plan to move forward. However, as we receive this call and plan from God, we must always seek Him as we move forward.
Have you been looking for an open door to be used for the Lord’s Kingdom? Won’t it benefit you to operate in the prophetic in all areas of your life. This year, I want to gift you this FREE Course and experience the Power of Prophecy as a gift to open your mind to receive the Mind of Christ.
A Prophetic Destiny
This week, focus all your attention on becoming a space for something new.
Ask God for a new sound, a new sense, or a new vision for the destiny God has for you.
Write down what God reveals or tells you.