Kris talks about global prophetic words. There's a judgment day coming, but we won't be the judge, God will be. We should judge prophecy, but not judge people. Prophecies should bring edification, exhortation and comfort.
Kris continues his series on prophets by concluding his message about false prophets.
Kris explains how the new covenant transforms the office of a prophet and the gift of prophecy.
The world perverts sex but the kingdom celebrates it! Is it possible that there is so much sexual perversion in the world because the church has largely kept silent about what God thinks about it? The truth is that we have something positive to say about sex and the world is desperate to hear it!
Kris shares the power of writing. When we write down the things that God reveals to us, those revelations can be passed from generation to generation.
Kris shares a prophetic teaching about understanding the season we are in, and having hope to believe what God has promised.
We were created to live tridimensionally. God has given us the mind of Christ, and he wants to communicate with us beyond the ways that our 5 senses understand.
A false prophet is someone who has a bad heart, not bad doctrine or a bad word.
Kris reviews some elementary principles of the Kingdom and focuses on the foundation of honor, supporting leaders, knowing your identity as a son/daughter of the King and remaining humble before the Lord. Jesus never said "Go out and make Christians" He said "Go out and make disciples". There is an element of discipline that comes from the honor of serving the Lord.
I have a sense that our country is improving. I had this vision of God blowing or breathing on this continent as Jesus breathed on His disciples and said,"receive the Holy Spirit." It wasn't a suggestion but a command. I saw the nation turning blood red from the east coast to the west coast.