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Beyond 2012: What the Real Prophets Are Saying Paperback – October 4, 2011
"Beautiful Uncertainty" by Mandy Hale
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She lives on an island in the Pacific North West and is often spotted in her native California visiting family and friends, and catching up on the surf and sunshine.
Julia is a popular speaker and engages her audience in surprising and fun ways no matter what topic she is addressing.
She is available to speak or minister to churches and groups. You may see more about her Destiny Workshops at www.globalshorescounseling.com. She also presents lively Creativity Enhancement and Writing workshops through her business www.bluemothmedia.com.
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Julia has gathered insight from a number of respected prophetic voices in the Church. I won't get too much into specifics, but I was particularly blessed by several of the contributors:
James Maloney had a great word about being the light in the darkness in relation to Isaiah 60. Stacey Campbell talked about our unshakeable kingdom and emphasized the predicted "leveling" of Isaiah 40, which is also a very key text for a good friend of mine who has been receiving similar revelations. Munday Martin's chapter was also good, focusing on economics and the need for us to stand for Righteousness and Justice. He talked about how the Church will confront the end-times spirit of Jezebel in the realm of commerce, which is precisely what the Lord has been showing me lately. Julia Loren herself writes several chapters and they are just as profound and important as those of her contributors. She helps us maintain a Kingdom perspective and breaks down for our understanding many of the trends that the Lord is revealing.
My most favorite chapter, however, is the one by Martin Scott, a man I've never heard of, who also emphasized economics and finances. In the American Church we are wealthier than most, yet we continue to have financial anxieties above and beyond everyone else. Martin Scott makes a key point when he writes, "Jesus, always the radical, but always the benchmark, in choosing Judas to look after the money, was sending a signal for all who follow that people are a higher priority than money.Read more ›
Then why did I rate it with only a 3? This is because the bible encourages us to test all prophecies and there is insufficient information to test the prophecies against the word of God. This is very critical for future prophecies as there is so much confusion and variation in end time theologies that they are hard to test effectively without knowing the eschatology of the prophet and how the prophet's word is impacted by the biblical filter they have applied. Thus I found Marc Dupont's chapter very valuable especially the section on filtering the word. In contrast I was disappointed that Julia asked us to prayerfully read the prophecies with discernment and then chose to edit out statements of end time theology. Those statements are a crucial element to our discernment especially if the prophecy has come through visions and dreams. Some Christians believe natural disasters will occur throughout the church age, others that they will accelerate as the return of Jesus approaches. That makes a difference to their importance.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I thought this book was inspiring. Gave the reader a lot to think about.Published 5 months ago by laurie 4
Good prophetic insight, but there are other sheep/ prophets they know not of. When they say the real prophets implies that others are not.Published 10 months ago by Dale McNeal