Value 1 – Passion for Jesus: Through intimacy with God and the kiss of His Word, we become pregnant with that Word; carrying divine revelation. Song of Songs 1:2.
Value 2 – Divine Encouragement: We build up, stir up, and cheer up. I Corinthians 14:3.
Value 3 – Mining for Gold: We are looking for the often-hidden potential we see in others vs. looking for their shortcomings and or weaknesses. We are on a treasure hunt to find the gold in people.
Value 4 – We represent a cheerful God: We want to epitomize God’s kindness and goodness to others rather than His displeasure or anger toward someone; continually walking in a spirit of gentleness and quietness. In this, we value the use of everyday language rather than using Christian/prophetic language.
Value 5 – Love from and for the Cross. Persevere in love toward others, and demonstrate His unconditional love. As our love walk increases, so will our prophetic authority.
Value 6 – Servanthood and humility: “Humility isn’t thinking less of self, but thinking of self-less often” (Humility by Andrew Murray). We are there to serve those God puts in our path. It’s always about Him and what He wants to speak to say.
Value 7 – Freedom without Fear of Failure: We minister without the worry of making mistakes. The Holy Spirit is capable of covering us, and thrilled when we step out in faith. There is value in sowing a word that is on your heart for the one in front of you, and sealing it in prayer.
Value 8 – Fellowship and Submission in Team; We lean into each other’s strengths and pull from one another’s prophetic gifting with a teachable and submissive heart.
Value 9 – Heart Health: “Out of the heart flows the wellspring of life” Proverbs 4:23. Keep a watch over your heart. Sanctification fills us with the impressions and thoughts of God, so we prophesy without mixture. We don’t want to prophesy out of our wounds.
Value 10 – God’s Written Word: Filling our heart and mind with Scripture gives God more to work with as in a partnership. Scripture helps us discern what is from Him and what is not. The words given in prophetic ministry will line up with God’s Word and character. Our prophetic words should not violate His heart, His Word or character.
For every life draining symptom, God has a response and opposite insight. So, sow the life-giving Word response that will change that situation (without ever specifically addressing it).