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When Prophecies Fail: A Practical Response to the Voice of God

When Prophecies Fail: A Practical Response to the Voice of God

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What happens when we receive prophetic promises, decrees or proclamations concerning finances, relationships, occupations, ministries, and physical welfare? We wait in anticipation for their fulfillment, trusting in what we believe is a divine or inspired word. However, when a prophetic word fails to come to pass, we may begin to question the message, the messenger or worse, Divine existence.

In this work, Dr. Clements explores the various reasons for the failure of many end-time predictions and personal prophecies. He sheds light on the relationship between prophecies and personal convictions, beliefs, expectations, and behavior. The section on personal prophecies offers helpful insight on prophetic language and meanings while examining the role of human procrastination, suspicion, desire, and misunderstanding. Ultimately, we come to understand that there is no question about Divine interaction in human affairs; the main issue is one of interpretation.

God's prophecies have never or will ever will fail. In this regard, "When Prophecies Fail" includes guidelines concerning what causes prophecies to be misinterpreted and, in some cases, unsanctioned, deriving from human ambition rather than Divine inspiration.

Author: Kirby Clements Sr.
Publisher: Clements Family Ministries
Published: 12/05/2017
Pages: 136
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.24lbs
Size: 7.00h x 4.00w x 0.32d
ISBN: 9780996870214

About the Author
Clements, Kirby, Sr.: - Dr. Kirby Clements has authored more than 14 books and hundreds of papers dealing with spiritual and practical issues of the Christian faith. Ordained as a bishop in 1999 by the late Archbishop Earl Paulk, he has connected churches and ministries throughout the world, including Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, South America, and the Caribbean. During his early years of ministry, he and his wife, Sandra, became the first African Americans to be invited to address the inaugural corporate gathering of different racial groups in South Africa during the apartheid regime. He continues to provide wisdom and counsel to ministries today through the International Connection of Ministries, and the International Communion of Charismatic Churches. By trade, Dr. Clements is a prosthodontist who graduated with honors from Boston University School of Graduate Dentistry. His dental practice is in Decatur, Georgia, where he lives with his family.

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