Its hard for our prophets.
They don’t come in packs. They come as ‘singles’. Criticism is inevitable and they get tired.
Its tough to stay the course. Its easier to shut up and blend in, but prophets aren’t made to fade to grey. If you’re a prophet then do your thing.
We need you!
Problem for me is that it’s my family that paid the highest price—and in the end, it wasn’t worth it. It really wasn’t. The church may need the new voices, but it has no time for the negative prophetic. The Old Testament prophets would be told to stop show boating and calm down, and if they can’t, then find a church community that’s “into that type of thing”.
Hi Stu – what was that? I know it is costly place to be and not one I ever ‘enjoy’.
Where did you get that picture? It is brilliant.