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In Twenty-Two Signs That You’re Called to Be a Prophet, Matthew Robert Payne speaks from the rich depths of experience gained from his own 20-year journey as a widely respected prophet. 

Do you find yourself asking, “Do I have a prophetic gift? Am I called to the office of a prophet? How can I tell?” Matthew brings comfort, clarity, and confirmation to those questions and many others. 

With careful insight, Matthew outlines and explains 22 of the most common indicators, including personal characteristics and life experiences, frequently displayed among those called as prophets. 

You will learn what to look for if you think you have a call as a prophet on your life. You might be surprised at what you discover! 

If you are interested in this topic, stay tuned. Twenty-Two Signs That You’re Called to Be a Prophet is the one of five titles authored by Matthew Robert Payne for those looking for in-depth teaching, encouragement, and mentorship on the life of the prophet and the gifts of prophecy.

©2018 Matthew Robert Payne (P)2018 Matthew Robert Payne

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Politics and prophecy.......

I think the book is a great book except when Mr. Payne chose to discredit Democrats and made a chapter mostly about Trump and how he was being discredited. As a Christian Democrat with the gift of prophecy, I really don’t need someone telling me their political story. I hope there is a day in my life where Christians can love Jesus and not agree with an elected politician without being told how wrong we are for disagreeing.