Identity Network- Get Your Prophetic Word Here
Would you like for Jeremy Lopez to pray and see if God has a word for you?
heart is to see people blessed by the voice of God. If you could help
support this ministry with a love offering of $25.00 or more, it would
mean so much to us. The donations given for prophetic words goes to
support our missions oversees. Please know you are giving to good
ground to help those who need food, clothing and love. Help us as we
we are not selling the gift of God - it's not for sale, and money can't
buy it. We are asking for a suggested donation. But it isn't
about buying and selling; it's about giving.
In Matthew 10:8-10, Jesus gave this instruction to the twelve: "Freely you have received, freely give…the workman is worthy of his food." He taught the twelve to give freely, but He also told them to expect to receive.
is why we request the suggested donation of $25 for each word
requested. We've listed a few FAQ's about this below. Also, you can click here for testimonies of prophecies given to others and how writing in for a prophetic word has blessed them as well.
HOW TO DONATE:
1) By PayPal.
2) By Mail. Send your name, mailing address, and donation to:
P.O. Box 383213
Birmingham, AL 35238
Checks should be made out to Jeremy Lopez.
3) Donating from outside the USA? No checks or money orders (UNLESS IT IS US DOLLARS ONLY) or send US cash or use PayPal.
HOW TO REQUEST A WORD FOR YOU OR A FRIEND:
1) Please let us know if the word of the Lord is for a male, female and or a child.
If you desire a word for a friend or someone close to you, just send us
the person's name immediately after you make your donation by Paypal to email@example.com.
(If you don't let us know
that the word is for someone else, we'll assume we should seek a
for the donor.) If you do desire the prophetic word sent to you in an
MP3 format to your email, we MUST know immediately following your
donation by emailing us at the customer service email provided above.
If we do not hear from you after your donation through Paypal, we will
automatically send it to the address provided in Paypal and to the name
FAQS ABOUT OUR REQUEST FOR DONATIONS:
"How will my donation be used?"
donation goes into the general fund of Identity Network. It will
help with the payroll for Jeremy and the staff members, with the office
expenses of maintaining the website and email network that reaches
150,000 people daily. Furthermore, a big portion of your donation
will help us with our missions in Haiti.
"Can a prophetic word sent on tape in the mail be a real word from the Lord?"
is Spirit. He is everywhere at all times. There is no distance in the
spirit with God. When the centurion asked Jesus for healing for his
servant, JESUS SENT OUT THE WORD THROUGH THE CENTURION BACK TO THE
Many people don't live in an area where there
are prophets or prophetic people. Whether you are in a church,
conference, meeting, or halfway around the world on the internet, God
can still minister to you. Nowhere in the Bible does it say you have to
be in the same room with a prophet to receive the word of the Lord. God
always wants to minister and speak to His people.
I have many people send in testimonies to me with tears, thanking God for the word of the Lord that they have received.
"Bro. Jeremy, why would you ask for money to give a prophetic word?"
simple, ALL through the Old Testament, if you went to a prophet, you
always carried a gift or an offering. Not because you were trying to
"buy" a word or that the prophet was trying to "sell" the word. It was
simply out of respect. To honor the "gift" (prophet) that God had
given. Remember, it is all about God, not the person. But God did say,
" for the worker deserves his wages." Luke 10:07.
The Bible also says, "Give and it shall be given back to you."
"Does that make a prophet any better than everyone else?"
at all! We are all servants unto the Lord no matter what position or
title we have. But the Bible does say to "believe God's prophets so
shall you prosper" and "touch not my anointed ones, do my prophets no
"Do you always have a word from the Lord when someone writes in to you?"
100% percent of the time, YES. Because the Bible says, "that the spirit
of a prophet is subject (or to the control) of the prophet." They are
the mouthpiece of God to the body of Christ. To tell the people what
God is saying to them. When God speaks, it not might always be what we
want to hear, but God desires to tell us what He wants us to know about
Could you imagine someone asking God to speak to them
and God saying, "I don't feel like it" or "I just don't want to." God
said in His Word, "if you ask me for bread, I will not give you a
stone." In other words, "if you ask me to talk to you, It would be my
delight to love all over you by speaking to you."
charge a fee for their readings. By asking for an offering for personal
prophecy tapes, are you any better than psychics?"
let me name a few things Christians and psychics have in common.
We all have to eat, pay the light bill, and keep a roof over our
heads. So just as a carpenter or a dentist or a waitress expects
to get paid, psychics charge fees and ministers take up offerings.
the similarity stops there. Christians have something psychics
don't have - Christ living in us, and the gift of His Holy
Spirit. We don't in any way pattern ourselves after psychics;
instead, we follow Biblical principles about prophetic ministry and
about giving and receiving.
seems as if you're splitting hairs. If you accept money for
moving in the gift of God, isn't it really selling, even if you call it
by another name?"
No. The economy of God's kingdom
is based on giving and receiving; the kingdoms of this world base their
economy on buying and selling. In both cases money changes hands
and financial needs are met, but God's economy is higher and greater
Go to a Bible Bookstore, and you will probably pay
up to $60.00 dollars for a leather-back Bible. This is selling God's
holy Word that is freely given to all. If you ask them to please
just give you one of those Bibles, they would say, "Absolutely
not." They can't afford to give the Bibles away - they have to
pay the printers as well as the rent, the utilities, and the payroll of
all their employees so they can keep the bookstore open.
years ago when this ministry started, we freely gave prophecy tapes and
prophetic teachings to anyone who wrote in to this ministry. Every once
in a while, we would receive "love" offerings, but they never even came
close to covering the cost of tapes and shipping. We began to
learn that many people don't value what they receive for free.
say that the gospel is free and spiritual gifts should be given
freely. But the gospel was not free - it cost the life of Jesus.
Jesus paid the ultimate price for our sin and debt. Your
salvation likewise is not free; it will cost you everything you are. We
exchange this life on earth for life in Heaven.
When we give
offerings, we know it is the price Jesus paid, not what we have given,
that saves us. Likewise, there is no dollar amount we could give
that could adequately pay for a word from God.
testimonies pour into this ministry, telling us the word of the Lord
has changed that person's life forever. We simply ask that out of the
love you have from the Father, you would bless this ministry - by
blessing this ministry with an offering, you are blessing the Lord and
We welcome you to write in for a word from the Lord
and watch and see if God will not open up the windows of Heaven for you
and pour down blessings that you cannot even contain. Please take
the word of the Lord seriously. It is not for sale.
Remember that God loves you with an everlasting love.
No matter who you are or what you are,
HE WILL NEVER STOP LOVING YOU -
BECAUSE HE CREATED YOU!!
1. Containing, or pertaining to, prophecy; foretelling events; as,
prophetic writings; prophetic dreams; - used with of before the thing
n. 1. A declaration of something
to come; a foretelling; a prediction; esp., an inspired
foretelling. 2. (Script.) A book of prophecies; a
history; 3. Public interpretation of Scripture; preaching;
exhortation or instruction.
proph·e·sied, (-sd) proph·e·sy·ing, (-sng) proph·e·sies (-sz)
1. To reveal by divine inspiration. 2. To predict with certainty
as if by divine inspiration. 3. The function or vocation of a prophet;
specifically: the inspired declaration of divine will and purpose.
intr. 1.To reveal the will or message of God. 2. To
predict the future as if by divine inspiration. 3. To speak as a
prophet as a mediator between God and humankind or in God's stead. 4.
Archaic. to teach religious subjects.
One who prophesies, or foretells events; a predicter; a
foreteller. 2. One inspired or instructed by God to speak in his
name, or announce future events, as, Moses, Elijah, etc. 3. An
interpreter; a spokesman. 4. (Zool.) A mantis. School of
the prophets (Anc. Jewish Hist.) a school or college in which young men
were educated and trained for public teachers or members of the
prophetic order. These students were called sons of the prophets.
1. A woman who speaks by divine inspiration or as the interpreter
through whom the will of a God is expressed. 2. A woman
predictor; a woman soothsayer. 3. The chief spokeswoman of a
movement or cause.
v. 1. One that sees an
invertebrate seer of sights. 2. Clairvoyant, visionary,
illusionist. n. 3. A prophet. 4 a: one that predicts
events or developments b: a person credited with extraordinary moral
and spiritual insight or knowledge; a wise person or sage who possesses
intuitive powers c: one to whom divine revelations are made.