Westley Roderick’s premier book, Of Kings and Prophets defies both the genre and norms of Christian literature by challenging an entire generation to pursue and BE a reformation in the Prophetic. In this vital work, Westley puts out a clarion call for a return to the purity of the prophetic and to our identities as King and Prophets. Of Kings and Prophets is a must-read for anyone who is called to see reformation, revival and an epic move of God in such a time as this.
It’s the glory of God to promise a matter and the glory of Kings to fulfill the promise in the earth.
In its most basic sense, the purpose of the prophetic is to encourage, edify, and exhort by interpreting God’s heart for people. However, through the kingly anointing, it is also used to create and establish the promises of God in the earth – fulfilling the promises that He has spoken for us. When a king speaks and decrees into a land, things begin to happen. A king’s words do not fall to the ground without action being taken on his behalf. A king is the fleshly representation of the Father on earth.
THE MARRYING OF THE PROPHETIC AND THE KINGLY ANOINTING
Often times, a king’s life is conjoined to a type of prophet who recognizes and understands the times and seasons – a seer. When properly aligned, the seer, who carries the heart of the Father, becomes as a consultant for God to the king. God reveals what is happening in the supernatural to the seer, so the king can fulfill it in the natural on earth.
Of Kings and Prophets brings a deeper understanding of the prophetic into the believer’s everyday life and supernatural experiences, while establishing the Father’s heart in the prophetic through the lives of kings and seers.
“The prophetic is nothing more than interpreting the heartbeat of God.” ~ Westley Roderick