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Welcome! Apostles and

Prophets around the world!

It's a high time to set down and learn together of what the Spirit says in the Biblical ways on releasing the prophetic word in our modern day!

The school of the prophets is the answer of our  cry long before, that the Lord will raise up a vast army of prophets around the world. Let's unite ourselves  as one  Body of Christ and collaborate its gifting as the answer of the prayer of Jesus Christ in John 17 that His disciples will become one!

Insight to the prophetic gifting

The most urgent need of the modern church is for the restoration of the prophetic ministry. In recent years the gift of prophecy has been rediscovered, but there is still a desperate shortage of prophets. The church will not come to true maturity until God has raised up prophets among his people.

For nearly two millenniums the public prophetic voice has been silent. Now in MINISTRY. 

By Apostle Bishop Danilo O. Bantilan.,Th.D 



To train the new generation of prophets that has been called to fulfill God's purpose, plan, will and ways in the body Christ worldwide; on the new level of maturity in their gifting and working as one body to glorify God. 

 In Ephesians 2:20, the New Testament apostles and prophets were foundational: “And are built upon the foundation of the apostles and prophets, Jesus Christ himself being the chief corner stone.” A foundation is laid only once to begin a building project. You do not keep laying a foundation. These men (*apostles and prophets) were foundational -- through them that we received the New Testament Scriptures for all generations. 


There are two key words here the Apostles and prophets


I believe the prophets stands for the Old Testament prophets that is going to be restored as a gift for the body of Christ. However, the apostles stand for New Testament to reinforce the pure message of Christ that is going to be restored back to the Church of the living God. There would be a collaboration between the apostles and the prophets to build up the body of Christ to become a habitation of the presence God. The prophet will be able to see of what’s going on in the body of Christ and the apostles will demonstrate God’s Word with power. “Paul said, my speech and preaching is not with enticing words of man’s wisdom but with the demonstration of God’s Spirit and power.” 


The Bible makes it clear that a prophet is someone who speaks on God’s behalf to the people and there is no inaccuracy in his words. When the prophets of old got their message from God, it was perfect, free from any error. They spoke confidently knowing that what they said God would bring to pass.

“Behold, the former things have come to pass, And new things I declare; Before they spring forth I tell you of them” (Isa. 42:9) Because of God’s covenant relationship to the nation of Israel He specifically chose to speak to them from among their own.

“Remember the former things long past, for I am God, and there is no other; I am God, and there is no one like Me, declaring the end from the beginning and from ancient times things which have not been done… “ (Isaiah 46:9, 10).


Today’s Prophets

Heb.1 makes it clear about the prophets words in the past, and the Son speaking to us today by the record of the apostles. As Heb.1 tells us, there were many prophets sent in successive periods, these were in contrast to the Son came one time with a completed message. The Son being not only a prophet but our priest and king. None of the former prophets possessed the Spirit continually, He would come upon them for a message, but not necessarily abide with them. So the prophets were all partial in the revelations, incomplete. All of these are eclipsed by Jesus Christ as the final revelator of Scripture.  As John the last apostle living wrote the Revelation of Jesus Christ (Rev.1:1) that focuses on prophetic events.

Paul wrote to Titus to (1:9) “hold firmly to the trustworthy message as it has been taught, so that [you] can encourage others by sound doctrine and refute those who oppose it.” Doctrine is our scripture, the only true measure of truth.

As established from God, prophecy is always 100% accurate or it is not from God. Yet Rick Joyner who is considered a prophet and visionary says “There is a prophet named Bob Jones who was told that the general level of prophetic revelation in the church was about 65% accurate at this time. Some are only about 10% accurate, a very few of the most mature prophets are approaching 85% to 95% accuracy. Prophecy is increasing in purity, but there is a still a long way to go for those who walk in this ministry” (The Prophetic Ministry, Rick Joyner- Morning star Prophetic Newsletter. Vol. 3, No. 2, p. 2).

Does this sound like the biblical prophets from the Bible. Does this sound like “...I am the Lord, who has made all things, who alone stretched out the heavens, who spread out the earth by myself, who foils the signs of false prophets ... who carries out the words of his servants and fulfills the predictions of his messengers” (Isaiah 44:24-26)

Ezek 12:25 “For I am the LORD. I speak, and the word which I speak will come to pass; it will no more be postponed; for in your days, O rebellious house, I will say the word and perform it,” says the Lord GOD.”‘

Therefore any prophetic gift they are exercising that is not accurate 100% of the time is not the same one God gave to the prophets of old.

Can one actually be considered a “prophet” with an accuracy level of about 65 percent, and those who are better at get a higher rating. We don’t rate them for their effort and ask them to go home and practice and come back again when they improve God is not training His prophetic mouthpieces on improving in their accuracy? God always rebuked the inaccurate (false) prophets by calling false ones. It is no different today.

We often here the excuse well if someone had to think they were to be 100% accurate they may not try to prophecy. Good! Because it is a most fearful thing to say thus saith the Lord. And there are too many people who have practiced this gift as if it is like teaching. While we are told not to despise prophecy, in the same section of Scripture it tells us not to accept everything without testing it.

(1 Thess.5:20-21)

 Subject Offered:

1. Theology of the Prophets 

2.The Call of the Prophet

3. Old and New Testament Prophets

4. The Message of the prophet

5. Listening God 

6. The Prophetic Voice

7. The False prophets

8. Today's Prophets

9. Prophets in the Church

10. Prophets demonstration of God's power.

11. Protocol of the prophets. 

12. The Office of the Prophet



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Prepared by:

Apostle Bishop Danilo O. Bantilan., Th.D 






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