Are there prophets today and does it matter if there are? — JRB Publications

Rather than read longish blogs, papers and articles on-screen I prefer to print a hard-copy to peruse at leisure over coffee – the better ones’ getting their important points daubed over with a highlighter pen and mulled over (as with Thomas Harry’s directive from the Lord, An Urgent Word for the Global Church). John Barber’s linked below is one such blog, which I read a few weeks ago and tick-marked much of what he writes. I hope you, too, will appreciate this item for I’m pleased to find we almost see eye-to-eye, and so this serves as an introduction to John’s writings:

Are there prophets today and does it matter if there are?

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2 thoughts on “Are there prophets today and does it matter if there are? — JRB Publications

  1. Thank you Richard for sharing this. I noted a spike earlier with folk reading this article and suspect this was the reason. I am both humbled and encouraged. I am sore tempted to comment on what is happening around us at this extraordinary time but sense I need to do so sparingly in articles like the one you kindly shared and rather concentrate on completing my book “Prophets of the Bible”. Every time I complete a chapter or a prophet I post on my website. All these posts are found on https://jrbpublications.com/blog/ May God bless you and your readers as we seek Him and may it be as weak and limited our service is, all things will be done for His glory!

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