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  • By Norma Bills on February 22, 2011

    I have had this manual for a couple of years now and highly recommend this. We have also just begun to use this in our prophetic team training classes, so I would like to speak into both areas that this manual can be used effectively:1. Personal use: I have found this manual to be very helpful in finding my way through to walking in the prophetic more naturally. It is a straight forward scriptural based teaching on what the prophetic is, what a prophet is, how to recognize false prophets, how to grow in the gift, and demystifies the whole gift of prophecy and brings it down to earth - which I loved - finding the treasure in people! I have found many books on prophecy to be more ethereal and mystical, not that I mind reading these types of books, but they did little to help me move in this gift myself. So for personal use I highly recommend buying this manual - there are spaces to write your own thoughts, tips on how to grow in this gift, and great illustrations on how to give a word of prophecy, etc.2. Team use: We have just begin to use this manual to train our prophetic team and have found it to be super easy to go through as the leader and the student to follow along. I really love the format - simple terms but also the open ended questions help to spark into their thought process in the ones we are leading. Highly recommend this manual for prophetic team training! Really great tool!!To end this review I also would like to include this food for thought: we have sat under Kris Vallotton's teaching on the prophetic both in online format and in person and have found his revelation on the gift of prophecy to be full of scriptural soundness, and in the context of community which I think had tended to be missing from the prophetic ministry for all long time. This manual speaks into the tendency to be a lone wolf in the prophetic and brings the prophetic gift back into the context God intended it to live in - community life - with it's checks and balances to come from seeing and hearing from the whole body of Christ not just one part.You won't regret buying this book or using it in your team building classes on the prophetic!

  • By Ian Acheson on March 14, 2011

    I purchased this book desiring to better understand how to get better at prophesying.As the title states this book provides "Basic Training" for applying the gifting in your life. And that's what the book is: a great overview on what prophesy is and isn't, what are words of knowledge, false prophets, etc.I particularly liked the final chapter on practicing prophecy. Guess what? We need to practice it just like any gift and there will be moments of discomfort in doing this, just like there is with improving yourself in any area of your life. This last chapter also gives 6 great practical suggestions for practicing prophecy every day, which I plan to put into action, starting today.If you sense a calling to prophesy then this book is a really good start. It doesn't take long to read either. I'd love to know a useful more advanced book, if any readers may know of one.

  • By K. Faasse on February 15, 2008

    If you are looking for a simple and basic Bible Study on the Prophetic Ministry than this is a good place to start. Kris Volloton touches the very basics in this book and gives an overview of what the prophetic is all about. If you know nothing about the prophetic than get this Bible Study. If you are looking for more indepth and "meat" you should look for another book by Kris.

  • By A. York on December 13, 2011

    I read this book in the summer and it's been sitting on my desk for 4 months, hoping I would mellow in my opinion of this book/manual. My opinion hasn't changed.I really enjoy Kris Vallotton as a speaker, and will go out of my way to hear him in person and/or through a podcast. He's funny, provocative, and engaging however it doesn't translate well into writing. Kris is a gifted speaker but he is not a gifted writer. Unfortunately this is the case with many well known speakers/teachers. They gain an audience through their verbal teaching and someone comes along and suggests they should write a book about it.The greatest problem with the manual is the large gaping holes in reason and grand swooping charismatic assumptions. I come from an evangelical background and still have many friends/family in that stream. I could not give them a copy of this manual without having to explain page by page, line by line what Kris meant. He doesn't explain himself well and if I hadn't already heard messages based on the manual, I would not have understood where his thought process was headed.The manual was written before his book, Developing a Supernatural Lifestyle, but having read the book first, I realize they should be read together because his book offers greater explanation, although it too is not a very well written book.Although I rate the book very low (the lowest score I've rated a book, yet) I would not dissuade anyone from purchasing the manual if they are already familiar with Kris Vallotton and his teaching/writing. I still received nuggets from the book, as I reviewed each chapter with like-minded friends.Kris writes, "The value we place on the word will determine the power we will receive from it," Pg 33. Very true.

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