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The Prophetic Perspective: Seeing And…

The Prophetic Perspective: Seeing And Seizing Our God-Intended Future

by Mark Chironna

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0768442125, Paperback)

Modern-day prophets—really?

Are there modern-day prophets? Or are prophets relegated to by-gone Bible days? The answers in this book may surprise you!

Modern-Day Prophet stirs up a lot of spiritual questions such as:

What does prophetic really mean? Do you attend a prophetic church? Does your worship team move in the prophetic? Does the prophetic label lean toward elitism or cultism?

Prophet and Pastor Dr. Mark J. Chironna answers these questions and many more based solidly on Scripture and personal experiences. Well-known for his inspirational insights and diverse discussions into the spiritual realm, Modern-Day Prophet follows in a steady progression of his other popular and widely-read books.

Topics in this book include:

The Ascension Gifts The Prophetic in Context The Person of the Prophet      The New Apostolic Reformation

The prophetic need not be mysterious, confusing, or a source of contention—it is a unique aspect of God’s rich kingdom that you can be part of and from which you can reap great rewards.

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