Episode 92 • The Dos and Don’ts of Prophetic Worship with Emmy Rose (Bethel Music)

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  • Libby Lewis

Prophecy in itself is a journey. It takes time and practice. It takes courage and being okay with getting it wrong sometimes.

In episode 92, we are honored to be joined by Emmy Rose from Bethel Music to talk about the dos and don’ts of prophecy!

Emmy was nurtured within the Bethel Music family for several years, working with Kalley Heiligenthal, Brian Johnson and a host of others. Throughout her journey, she has held on to a theme of purity and intimacy alongside a sense-filled impetus that there is always more and it has to be real.

Throughout this episode, we share our personal experiences with prophecy, the good, and the bad.

We talk about how to approach someone if you believe you have a word from them, how to respond when you receive a word from someone else, and how to be confident in the gifts Holy Spirit gives you.

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