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Put it this way, the art doesn't make the artist a prophet, however the prophet can make the art Prophetic. The only example that I know of is this one from Ezekiel 4 1-3 KJV 1 You also, son of man, take you a tile, and lay it before you, and portray on it the city, even Jerusalem: 2 And lay siege against it, and build a fort against it, and cast a ...


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From a Pentecostal perspective that believes in a restored five-fold office-gift ministry: An apostle is a "Sent One" & and an apostle's "sentiness" manifests in the supernatural authority they bear in terms of enacting the mission that they have been entrusted with. Apostles are leaders par excellence, and are usually identified after they have ...


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I will answer both questions that are asked. The first question is whether the perceived biblical role of apostles is the same as that of evangelists. Apostle - Friberg Lexicon 3299 (1) as one who is sent on a mission with full authority apostle, messenger, envoy (JN 13.16); (2) as a commissioned representative of a congregation delegate, missionary, ...


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There are two common Pentecostal doctrines that are at play here: 1. Pentecostal beliefs on Water Baptism Firstly the general belief with regard to (water) Baptism is that it is for believers only; this is called credobaptism (or just believer's baptism) and is a belief that almost all Pentecostals hold in common with Baptists. It means that any form of ...



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