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n a recent video, Kent Christmas shared a prophetic warning to the lukewarm church and the leaders who fall into this category.
“Know this, saith the Lord, the ears of men are going to begin to tingle at the sound of the reports that’s going to begin to come forth, not just out of this nation, but I am shaking the earth now,” Christmas said.
Christmas prophesied that the Lord is getting ready to show the world who He is through His justice and righteousness, and one of the ways He is going to do that is by dealing with arrogance and the lukewarm leaders who have not followed the Lord the way He commands.
“When I am finished up, my house will be called a house of prayer,” Christmas prophesied. “I am dealing with the arrogance.”
In an interview with Charisma News, Emma Stark unveiled the purpose of the prophet and how to tell if they are being honest or if they are only telling someone something they want to hear. The first thing she points out is that most people don’t go in with the intention to lead people down the wrong path. Unfortunately, not everyone fully understands what the position of the prophet really is.
“Nobody wakes up in the morning and thinks, ‘how can I get things wrong today?'” Stark said. “First of all, we have got to have some very honest conversations about what a prophet is, and what a prophet is not.”
One of the clearest signs Stark gives for a true prophet is to realize that their job is much different than the job of the pastor. Pastors are to guide the flock to go deeper and grow closer to Christ, while the job of the prophet is to help the people turn from their wicked ways and trust in the Lord so that they and their families can get into alignment with God’s perfect will.
Last week, the sports world witnessed a remarkable transformation as Brazil soccer legend Ronaldo Luis Nazario de Lima, commonly known as Ronaldo Phenomeno, took a significant step in his spiritual journey.
The athlete, celebrated for his pivotal role in two World Cup victories, was baptized, confirmed and received First Holy Communion at São Paulo’s Church of Sao Jose, a momentous occasion that resonates deeply with Christians who rejoice in the baptism and salvation of others.
Ronaldo shared his newfound faith journey with the world through a heartfelt post on his Portuguese-language Instagram account. “The Christian faith has always been a fundamental part of my life, since childhood, even though I had not yet been baptized,” he reflected. In this moment of spiritual renewal, he expressed, “With the sacrament, I feel truly regenerated as a child of God—in a new, more conscious, deeper way. I renew my commitment to follow the path of good, of my own free will, believing in the love of Jesus, in supportive love.”