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Post by daphanie02 on Thu May 13, 2010 10:19 am

The differences between a Seer and a Prophet by Mia Sherwood

A quote from The Seer, 'All seers are prophets but
not all prophets are seers.'
The main difference
between a prophetic Seer and a Prophet is the
avenue in which they receive revelation. A prophet
can be a non-seeing prophet or a seer.

A seer is one whose prophetic ministry is largely
based in the realm of receiving from the Lord in the
form of dreams and visions. Seers have a larger
percentage of their prophetic gift centered around
vision, receiving messages, and revelation knowledge
by dreams and visions.

A non-seeing prophet receives auditory revelation
either through spoken communication in their spirit or
through a message delivered to their spirit. The
difference between a spoken message to their spirit
and words delivered to their spirit is that sometimes
the Words come from God verbatim and other times
God just drops an entire message into our spirit, like a
package, which we then have to articulate and
communicate through English language.

A Seer's main source of revelation comes through
vision. They will receive revelation in the form of
vision, through pictures, images, and sometimes
colors and shapes. Along with the visual revelation
they sometimes get a divine understanding or
interpretation, and/or emotions and feeling by
revelation. However, seers do not always understand
what they are seeing. Daniel and John did not
understand much of what they saw. They simply
documented what they saw faithfully.
_____________________________________

And he said, Hear now My words: If there be a
prophet among you, I the Lord will make myself
known unto him in a vision, and will speak to him in a
dream. (Num 12:6)

I have also spoken by the prophets, and I have
multiplied visions and used similitudes by the
ministry of the prophets. (Hos 12:10)

And it shall come to pass in the last days, saith God,
I will pour out My Spirit upon all flesh; and your sons
and your daughters shall prophesy, and your young
men shall see visions and your old men shall dream
dreams. (Acts 2:17)
[size=12]A seer sees things related to their area of anointing and ministry. God does not
give divine revelation in a void. If He is giving the revelation it is for a purpose. I
see many national things because my ministry is a national and worldwide ministry
and the things that God shows me are for intercession and sometimes as a sign
and a wonder to authenticate the prophetic nature of this ministry. The difference
between a prophet's dreams and those of another person is that a prophet will
receive messages for the future and for the body of Christ. An individual who is not
prophetic will usually dream of things that God is speaking to them regarding
themselves.

Quote from
The Seer: 'The main purpose for those with a dream and vision
anointing is to awaken the people of God to the spirit realm. It is a miraculous
manifestation of the Spirit that creatively illuminates truth and can confirm the
direction of God that has been given to others. A good biblical example is the
prophet Zechariah.'

I believe seers have a larger capacity for ministry than the statement above but this
statement is profoundly true in my own life. I am a Seer and I have a burning
passion to evangelize Christians and non-Christians alike with the message that
God is speaking today through dreams and visions.

If you have a seer anointing and are clueless about what you should do with it,
especially if your anointing is largely foretelling future events through dreams and
visions, I recommend keeping a journal now for the time when God wants you to
share the things that He has shown you to further advance the Kingdom of God
through life in the Spirit. Remember He doesn't give gifts in a void, if He's giving
them He will likely have a use for them at some point!
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[size=12]This article was written by Mia Sherwood and can be found at www.heartsongministry.com[/size]


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Re: Difference between Prophet and Seer

Post by Renewed on Sat Jun 26, 2010 7:09 am

Good article

May I asked if you was told that you have a seer mentality
what does that mean?

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Re: Difference between Prophet and Seer

Post by Avish on Tue Dec 28, 2010 7:55 pm

daphanie02 wrote:The differences between a Seer and a Prophet by Mia Sherwood

A quote from The Seer, 'All seers are prophets but
not all prophets are seers.'
The main difference
between a prophetic Seer and a Prophet is the
avenue in which they receive revelation. A prophet
can be a non-seeing prophet or a seer.

A seer is one whose prophetic ministry is largely
based in the realm of receiving from the Lord in the
form of dreams and visions. Seers have a larger
percentage of their prophetic gift centered around
vision, receiving messages, and revelation knowledge
by dreams and visions.

A non-seeing prophet receives auditory revelation
either through spoken communication in their spirit or
through a message delivered to their spirit. The
difference between a spoken message to their spirit
and words delivered to their spirit is that sometimes
the Words come from God verbatim and other times
God just drops an entire message into our spirit, like a
package, which we then have to articulate and
communicate through English language.

A Seer's main source of revelation comes through
vision. They will receive revelation in the form of
vision, through pictures, images, and sometimes
colors and shapes. Along with the visual revelation
they sometimes get a divine understanding or
interpretation, and/or emotions and feeling by
revelation. However, seers do not always understand
what they are seeing. Daniel and John did not
understand much of what they saw. They simply
documented what they saw faithfully.
_____________________________________

And he said, Hear now My words: If there be a
prophet among you, I the Lord will make myself
known unto him in a vision, and will speak to him in a
dream. (Num 12:6)

I have also spoken by the prophets, and I have
multiplied visions and used similitudes by the
ministry of the prophets. (Hos 12:10)

And it shall come to pass in the last days, saith God,
I will pour out My Spirit upon all flesh; and your sons
and your daughters shall prophesy, and your young
men shall see visions and your old men shall dream
dreams. (Acts 2:17)
[size=12]A seer sees things related to their area of anointing and ministry. God does not
give divine revelation in a void. If He is giving the revelation it is for a purpose. I
see many national things because my ministry is a national and worldwide ministry
and the things that God shows me are for intercession and sometimes as a sign
and a wonder to authenticate the prophetic nature of this ministry. The difference
between a prophet's dreams and those of another person is that a prophet will
receive messages for the future and for the body of Christ. An individual who is not
prophetic will usually dream of things that God is speaking to them regarding
themselves.

Quote from
The Seer: 'The main purpose for those with a dream and vision
anointing is to awaken the people of God to the spirit realm. It is a miraculous
manifestation of the Spirit that creatively illuminates truth and can confirm the
direction of God that has been given to others. A good biblical example is the
prophet Zechariah.'

I believe seers have a larger capacity for ministry than the statement above but this
statement is profoundly true in my own life. I am a Seer and I have a burning
passion to evangelize Christians and non-Christians alike with the message that
God is speaking today through dreams and visions.

If you have a seer anointing and are clueless about what you should do with it,
especially if your anointing is largely foretelling future events through dreams and
visions, I recommend keeping a journal now for the time when God wants you to
share the things that He has shown you to further advance the Kingdom of God
through life in the Spirit. Remember He doesn't give gifts in a void, if He's giving
them He will likely have a use for them at some point!
[/size]
[size=12]This article was written by Mia Sherwood and can be found at www.heartsongministry.com[/size]

I strongly have recieved confirmation. That I am a seer after seeing this. Because i am a dreamer. and they happen often. i have had dreams that manifested themselves. "one occasion i had a dream to go back to a previous church i went to when i was a kid. I came in at the end of the service and they talked about prophesy. but little did i know, i paired up with a guy whom i ended up blessing him. He thought he was coming to help me. but through me the Lord revealed himself to this man. and i heard that his life has recovered abundantly and His faith returned to him."

I admit i need to learn more. about the dreams and i will never fully know what the Lord is trying to share. Ive learned that when you think you figured it out. "you are wrong, and God shows you a different direction to go. laugh

Ive learned from this message and i truely believe. i have a spiritual gift as a seer. and possibly a seeker also. But the Lord will reveal this to me in His own way.

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Re: Difference between Prophet and Seer

Post by Mia Sherwood on Thu Dec 30, 2010 4:07 pm

Praise GOD!!!!! Thank you for sharing!

Yep. As soon as you have it figured out, God changes it...lol. He likes to keep us focused.


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Re: Difference between Prophet and Seer

Post by mjtorrence on Thu Dec 30, 2010 8:07 pm

Thanks Mia for this article I do have this book and have read it and now I do understand it alot better after reading what you posted and like Avish I know that I am a seer cause God has always spoken and shown me things of the future and things about different people in my dreams thanks again

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Re: Difference between Prophet and Seer

Post by unaday* on Wed Jan 26, 2011 12:15 pm

Thanks! Just reading this! on point stuff

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Re: Difference between Prophet and Seer

Post by Mia Sherwood on Wed Jan 26, 2011 12:25 pm

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Re: Difference between Prophet and Seer

Post by God's NinJah on Sat Apr 02, 2011 4:53 am

I'd like to include:

Like there are different types of Prophets, there are also different types of Seers. One is not above the other but all for the edification of the body.

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Re: Difference between Prophet and Seer

Post by patty flowers on Sun Apr 17, 2011 6:36 pm

There was a prophetess that came to my church and ministered a few years ago and she pointed to me and said "you are a seer". I got upset because i thought she was calling me a soothsayer...lol...God has called me into the prophetic role of ministry as a young woman and He always referred to me as a Prophetess...I do see visions in my mind and I have never known about "seers" til it was spoken over me. I am curious about it and for the first time decided to seek the meaning of a seer. I have to admit i was ignorant til i came to this sight and started learning. Thanks so much.

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Re: Difference between Prophet and Seer

Post by Mia Sherwood on Sun Apr 17, 2011 6:50 pm

Praise God! Thank you for the encouragement!


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Re: Difference between Prophet and Seer

Post by JoJo on Wed May 04, 2011 5:14 pm

Awesome thread ladies! Thank you for the insight!

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Re: Difference between Prophet and Seer

Post by virtue3125 on Mon Oct 10, 2011 11:52 am

Great post. I understand the difference a lot better now. Thanks!

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Re: Difference between Prophet and Seer

Post by globalhealth4 on Fri May 25, 2012 6:38 pm

Hey do think that you can miss the mark so to say if your given a dream and you had no clue about what it was or meant, but you remember it well?...

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Re: Difference between Prophet and Seer

Post by Quenette on Tue Jan 08, 2013 11:49 pm

I think "those" types of dreams are meant to jog your memory when they come into fruition. That's why you never forget it.

For example, when I was a little girl (around 5), I had a dream that I was lying down sleep, opened my eyes and snakes were swarming all around me (multiple in various forms/type, sizes, colors, etc.). It was though they were having a conversation with their eyes with each other. Their eyes were looking me up and down and they just kept circling around me. I felt as though they were saying "There she is, we should kill her now." But they couldn't touch me. I woke up screaming so loud that my mom sprang her arm running to my bedroom. My dad literally tore the room up looking for snakes. You couldn't tell me that there were no snakes in my room. That dream never left my memory and now (30+years later), I'm starting to understand what it meant. And to think, that was only one of my dreams laugh .

Be blessed...

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Re: Difference between Prophet and Seer

Post by seeking1 on Wed Mar 13, 2013 8:05 am

Just joined this forum a few days ago and wasn't real sure why I was brought here but have been reading some of the threads and totally understand why I am here. I am going to learn sooo much from all of you. I, too, didn't have a clue what a seer was until I read James Goll's book. I am going to reread it. My first call is to intercession and often when praying I get pictures that I then pray out. Totally amazes me how God works! Love His ways! He is such an amazingly good God! So glad His ways are not my ways cuz if it were left up to me I would mess it up big time. To Him be all the glory forever!

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