Bill Johnson - Use Your Prophecies as Weapons (January-02-2020)

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Thursday, 02 January 2020 02:15

Bill Johnson (January-02-2020) Sermon: Use Your Prophecies as Weapons. 1 Timothy 1:18-19 (TPT) says, “Use your prophecies as weapons as you wage spiritual warfare by faith and with a clean conscience.” Quotes: “Here's the mystery of co-laboring. We've been called into a relationship. We are in this relational journey. With the Father, we process the unfolding of His plan and His purpose to be fully demonstrated in the earth. We have never even thought or dreamed of what is in the heart of God. It is beyond our wildest dream, it's beyond our biggest prayer of faith; it's beyond the reach of those realms of faith and imagination. That's where He dwells. He purposes to accomplish those things. He's just looking for somebody that will pray and listen. Listen and pray. Pray and listen. Listen and pray. You have a destiny. Do you know what a prophetic word is? It's when God goes into your Future, He sees where He wants to take you and He comes to you with the word necessary to get you there. He's bringing you a word that contains all the tools of the work of God to bring you from where you are to where He intends you to be.”

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Johnson was born in Minnesota in 1951 and became a Christian as a young child. Soon after, Johnson read seven books on prayer, which significantly affected his perspective and subsequent ministry.

Johnson's father, Melvin Earl Johnson (1929-2004) was the senior pastor at Bethel Church in Redding from 1968-1982 and subsequently became Executive Officer of the Northern California/Nevada District Council of the Assemblies of God. Earl Joh ...