In this lesson, Arletia Mayfield, The Prophetic Scribe. explains how we overcome fear through power, love and a sound mind. Be blessed.
The Scribal Testimony is based on the Testimony of Christ. Presented by Arletia Mayfield at the Voices of Christ Scribal Advance in McDonough, Georgia, June 19, 2014.
The role of prophets today is different than the prophets of old. Prophets of old were God’s mouthpiece. It was through them that people knew what God was saying. Today, we have the Holy Spirit, so we can receive directly from God. In addition, we are free from the law, but does that mean that the prophets are no longer necessary? Absolutely not. Below are some of the ways God still uses prophets and how they benefit the body of Christ today.
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Whenever someone comes to me complaining about someone else the first thing I ask is, “Have you told them how you feel?”
If we want to not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of our mind, we have a part to play. The Bible says that faith comes by hearing and hearing by the word of God. So, it is the word of God that gives us faith and only by hearing it through reading, studying and through his messengers, will we have the faith we need to be transformed.
In this devotional by Arletia Mayfield, The Prophetic Scribe, we learn that unforgiveness is not a word at all, and in truth, there is only forgiveness and disobedience.
This series is for unmarried women. The stories are about women in the Bible that were blessed with the perfect man for them.
There hath no temptation taken you but such as is common to man: but God is faithful, who will not suffer you to be tempted above that ye are able; but will with the temptation also make a way to…
The children of Israel were wearing Moses down with their complaining and issues. Jethro saw that Moses’ burden of being the leader of all these people and dealing with their issues from sun up to sun down every day was too much for one man to bear.