riding on covenant wings book by apostle Richard E S Takim
Riding On The Prophetic Wings
Every time failure is pervading the earth, God sends human agents called prophets as instruments of change to success. Prophets are God’s agents for man’s fulfilment. Heaven honours the words they speak; God backs up the thoughts of their heart.
During times of tension, God releases these agents on earth for the preservation of the saints.
Joseph was sent to Egypt to preserve God’s people; Elijah was sent to the widow of Zarephath to preserve her. Elisha was sent to a prophet’s widow in 2 Kings 4 to rescue her from shame and humiliation.
God is always working to reach man through man.
For instance, He desired the salvation of all men but there was no way He could touch men without a man, so He sent His only begotten Son, Jesus. The Son, being God, could not come as God, so He took it upon Himself to come as man ’ just so He could touch man.
In Ezekiel 22:30, God said,
And I sought for a man among them, that should make up the hedge, and stand in the gap before me for the land, that I should not destroy it: but I found none.
God is always in search of a man to use to reach men, someone to bridge the gap between Himself and others. He worked through Elijah, Paul, Peter, James etc. And Jesus said, ’Pray ye therefore the Lord of the harvest, that he will send forth labourers into his harvest’ (Matt. 9:38).
If God could do the work without labourers, He would have come Himself. But the fact still remains: God cannot reach man without man!
Friend, God has not changed, He is still working by the hands of men today. He is still delivering men, liberating captives, opening the eyes of the blind, raising the dead, and blessing people; and the agents He is using are prophets.
I would like you to know that God called me and ordained me as a prophet to the nations.
On October 4, 1981, I was before the Lord in Jos, a city in Nigeria, and I wrote a letter to my wife explaining a few things the Lord was saying to me. I wrote there: ’I speak from my office as a prophet, that we matter to this generation by divine election.’
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