Must Read! Prophecies For Year 2017

2017 Calendar

2017

Yes! It’s that time of the year again. It’s time to get your pen and book ready as we await fresh prophecies from several men of God. If you’re in Nigeria, then don’t bother getting any book. Why? Because you’ll most probably exhaust the book with prophecies and not be done. Or your fingers will grow numb after the first 20 pages.
Are prophecies wrong? Oh, no! They’re not. Prophecies are meant to help us know the path to follow. Well, if any word is from God, then that word must be able to guide His people in any dispensation or age. Are prophecies necessary? Yes, they are. If the Giver hasn’t stopped giving, why should the receiver ask if the gift is necessary? As long as the gift blesses the receiver and the Giver chooses not to stop giving, then I guess we should all enjoy the gift.
However, so many have made it a habit of pursuing prophecies for every New Year. Are they wrong to pursue prophecies? No, they’re not. If prophecies are not wrong, then it shouldn’t be wrong for those whom the prophecies are meant for to receive them. They are free gifts. Gifts are meant to be enjoyed. But when only these prophecies guide us, then we are of all men most miserable.
The last thing that a believer should seek to get as 2016 draws to a close is the usual New Year prophecies. Am I against prophecy guiding believers? No, I’m not. In fact, I believe that there are certain moves of God that will never take place without a word of prophecy going forth. You can see that all through scriptures. Whenever something big is coming, God sends prophets. Prophets help prepare the hearts of the people for the future. They are the town criers. They are responsible for informing the entire community of what’s coming.
Should we then, as believers, neglect our own altars and rely solely on these prophecies? No. If you plan of waiting for prophecies to begin to roll out from big ministries in the next few days and want to plan your 2017 based on those prophecies, then you’re not ready for the New Year. These prophecies are not for you! Have you ever received any New Year prophecy bearing your name? Whenever these prophecies come, they usually come for a territory, a group or a nation. So, if I wait patiently for these prophecies, and do nothing else but wait, then I’m not ready for the New Year.
One can listen to a prophecy and understand where one fits. That’s how we should listen to prophecies. Truth be told, over 70% of the prophecies that you’ll see will probably have nothing whatsoever to do with you. So, why do we wait for them as though they are God’s blueprint for our lives? They come to guide a specific territory. We, however, need guidance for our lives.
In a time as this, there is no better prophecy to receive than that which comes directly from God to us. Yes, if He’s interested in guiding a people, group or nation, then He’s interested in guiding you. He treats one just as He treats all. So many believers don’t recognize that God is waiting for them to come for directions. He is! Take your eyes of the territorial prophecies and receive your word from God!
The coming days are very important days. They are days that should be full of prayer and planning. Get those knees bent and start praying! Get that book out and start planning! No man of God will do that for you. It`s your life and you must plan how it goes. Rely on His guidance as you plan for the New Year.
So, what exactly is my prophecy for the New Year? It`s simple. I present a quote from one of my favorite authors, Clive Staples Lewis: “The duty of planning tomorrow’s work is today’s duty; though its material is borrowed from the future, the duty, like all duties, is in the Present.”
Start planning! The year is full of so much blessings and goodness. The man who plans today will eat tomorrow till he can eat no more.
Happy new year, folks!

 

© Eleazar Maduka, 2016

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