A relationship with God is essential to living a prophetic lifestyle. We must always be looking to God to see what He is saying about our circumstances. Instead of complaining about our circumstances, we should be prophesying into them.
God wants to transform the world, and there's more than 1 way to do it. Kris shares the 6 different types of prophets, and how God uses different people to accomplish different things. God has called prophets to make friends with the world.
We must learn how to manage our strengths and steward the favor in our lives. Sometimes when we live in a season of prosperity, we get complacent and stop sowing into the next season. We must remember how we got here and why we are here so that we can continue experiencing greater measures of abundance.
Kris discusses how grace is transferred within the kingdom, bringing understanding of mantles, missions, and anointings, as well as discussing the importance of covenant within the church family.
Kris discusses core issues such as virtue, righteousness, and integrity, and how making right choices in hard times and learning how to sacrifice is very important for our development. Sometimes doing the right thing doesn't appear to turn out well, but that is only from our limited perspective. God sees and remembers.
It is an insult to the cross to live in an Old Testament mindset. Jesus died so He could seat us in heavenly places with Him. The New Testament covenant is full of grace, love, and forgiveness. We were born for heaven, created for glory, it was never God's choice to create hell. The goal of the Last Days is to give grace to people who don't deserve it.
Kris unpacks the nature, definition, function, and purpose of a New Testament prophet.
"In this powerful message, Kris Vallotton explores the spiritual conflicts that most often occur when we advance into new ""occupied"" territory. Much like Joshua's Promise-Land experience, the enemy defends his territory when we are pushing forward into new land.