#EmphaticMusings: Prophetiquette, The Series: Episode 5 The Prophetic Hazard
#Events: Event Line Up for the Rest of the Year 2018
#Prophetiquette: #Event: Highlights from the Lagos Prophetic Conference
Your prophecy is one of a mystery that has been hidden and destined for your glory. It cannot afford to be tainted with offence.
There’s something so electric, soo electric about getting an amazing revelation from God. You feel incredibly special, and you can’t wait to share it.
I love how Taya slurs the word ‘touch’ when she sings ‘I touch the sky when my knees hit the ground’, in proper r&b style, and her vocals take on a more dramatic quality as the song climaxes.
This song sounded very much like a Jeremy Camp piece, with its weird choice of notes that get your mel groove on. All ye Jeremy Camp fans, I know y’all get my drift
Fasting is one of the most beautiful exercises of the christian life because it makes your spiritual senses razor sharp, you begin to see things and everything begins to connect. But it is also possible that none of these happens and you basically just went on a hunger strike. And really there’s nothing more sad or pathetic than that: going hungry for no reason.
How do you recognize who is singing a song without even seeing their face? The answer is TONE and it is simply the distinct character, colour or quality of the (singing) voice.
One thing I absolutely love about Meredith Andrews is that she shows vulnerability. Her lyrics always show a total reliance on God, with none on herself…
Hellurr Everyone! As we all know, worship is always in season. With healing anointing and other spirity goodies, I’m sure no one would want to be left out.
Whenever I hear this C major delivered anthem with its recurring intro, I feel like its raining. The drums come alive, thirsty…
IBK’s spontaneous gospel rendition reminded me of Vashawn Mitchell’s ‘Nobody Greater’. I was hooked by the line ‘Every time we think of you, our heart’s begin to worship’. I feel like IBK’s song was very climatic, with its chord progression plus the anointing of the spirit…duh! It was so amazing he needed no backups, with the bass guitar and drums wowing us. He was superb in his singular spirited rendition with its yoruba-esque tinge I could go on and on about how much I loved it, but #WeMove