a reply to: nonspecific
I enjoyed reading your post, very interesting.
The way you assess situations, people, etc I'm wondering if there is a call on your life to be a prophet that is lying dormant. Have a read of this
article, can you relate to this at all in the way you receive information?
AN ARTICLE BY BOB JONES
WHAT IS A SEER?
What is a seer? A seer is everything. Prophets are the eyes, but seers are the entire head: eyes, smell, taste and feelings. That is what Isaiah 29:10
He has shut your eyes, the prophets; And He has covered your heads, the seers.
A seer is everything. I like to use a hot loaf of bread to explain this gifting. With your eyes open, you can see it. But if your eyes are closed, I
can tell you it is there, and you will be able to "see" it with your ears. I can put it under your nose, and you can smell it. I can put it in your
mouth, and you can taste it. You can feel it in your hands. As a seer, you can move in all five realms, and because of that, you are more
The enemy is never able to fully shut you down. The prophet can be momentarily blinded, but if the enemy blinds you, you will still be able to hear,
smell, taste and feel. If the enemy comes against your feelings, you'll still be able to see, hear, smell and taste.. A seer prophecies by all five
senses, and so the seers move in stronger discernment.
What does this look like? There may be times when you hear a prophecy, and a bad taste will come into your mouth. Your taste is discerning. "This
isn't God". But other times when you hear a prophecy, you'll start tasting gold. Whenever I taste gold, I know, "Man that's it. I want to get all if
this." God communicates with you through your senses. It takes longer to become a mature seer that to become a mature prophet, because all five senses
are involved. You have to learn how to discern your feelings, because there will be times when feelings come to you in ministry and they're not your
feelings. And if you take them personally, you won't be active.
The one thing the Church has been thaught against is feelings. But that's where you, as a seer, are the most accurate. You can take on how other
people are feeling and know exactly how to minister to them. You can move right into their "living room" (their minds) and see what the problem is.
You can feel what the person is feeling: depression, self-rejection, joy, anger, happiness. You can feel where they're coming from and know exactly
what to go for as you pray for them. So the seer is really strong in deliverance ministry.
The prophet can speak the future, but the seer can see what the people need to let go of in the past, tell them what the Lord is saying to them today,
and declare what the Lord is offering them tomorrow. You can go right into their minds and see where the pain is coming from and what is still
affecting and controlling their lives. Seers can help people forgive - usually themselves, help clean their minds out, and invite the Lord there.
Seers can knock on a person's front door, come in, and visit with that person without saying a word. A prophet can only prophecy as the faith arises.
A lot of times, a prophet is just a person who really comes forth in faith, and that faith activates him so he can speak clearly. That is what Nathan
the prophet was. He prophecies by the faith that rose in him. But a seer can have all five senses.
A seer can feel the strongholds of a town. If you enter a town and feel lust, lust owns that town. I you feel depression, it's a depressed place. As
you come in there, you'll take on the feelings of that town, country, or person, whether they are good or bad. You'll know where there is
self-rejection, because of what you feel. If you're ministering to somebody who has self-rejection, you'll feel it coming at yourself, and you must
never take any of these things personally.
One of the strongest things to minister to is spirits of self-rejection. Suicidal spirits come through these spirits. A seer will feel these things.
if you think they are coming from yourself, you will be totally unprofitable. So you need to have all these senses sanctified and be able to tell,
This is not me. I am not in self-rejection. I love myself.
I can taste and see that He is good.
You can also smell what's happening. You can discern what's wrong with a church or a city of even a nation, because you can smell it. You can smell
sin, corruption, and holiness. That's what 2 cor. 2:14 says: "But thanks be to God, who always leads us in triumph in Christ, and manifests through us
the sweet aroma of the knowledge of Him in every place." So you can smell the sweet incense of the Lord. You can smell His presence when He comes out
of people, for the kingdom is inside of us. You can actually smell when a person really yields to God.
You can discern what's going in with people through their incense. You can do it with your taste: "Taste and see that the Lord is good" (Psalm 34:8).
You can do it through your feelings, through your sight, through the things you hear.
Seers are kicked out of a lot of churches, because you are the least understood of all the gifts.
You are one who feels like you don't fit any place except with other seers. Because of your revelation and dreams and the way God communicates with
you, people think you're loony. But when churches reject you, they're bidding good-bye to their own mercy. As a seer, you are there for mercy. You are
there to help bring healing to the people and show them what God is doing.
It's time for the seer to come forth. The Church needs you. It is time for the seer to mature and be used.
In closing you shared that your girlfriend at the time was into wicca but you were not, you were not committed like she was to it. You were sitting on
the fence. The man that approached you challenged you to choose sides. He is also on the side that your girlfriend was on even though she did not know
or recognise who he was and she broke your contact up.
From what I gather you are still sitting on that fence and you will remain going nowhere until you make a decision.