The Prophecy Room is opened on the first Saturday of each month. Through these Prophecy Room sessions, we seek to serve those who come by ministering prophetically to them.
A Simple Explanation of the Prophecy Room
Prophetic ministers speak words of encouragement, edification, comfort, and strength in the spirit of 1 Corinthians 14:1, 3:
“Pursue love and desire spiritual gifts, but especially that you may prophesy… He who prophesies speaks edification and exhortation and comfort to men.”
Trained members of the IHOP – One Thing Ministries serve all those who sign up for prophetic ministry. We sincerely desire to hear from the Lord on behalf of those coming for ministry so that they may be encouraged and built up in their faith.
All who minister in the Prophecy Room do not operate in the Office of a prophet, but rather have learned to move in the gift of prophecy, knowing and prophesying in part (1 Cor. 13:9). The prophetic minister’s responsibility is to listen to the Holy Spirit and accurately speak what they hear; the recipient’s responsibility is to judge their words according to the Word of God.
“Do not despise prophecies. Test all things; hold fast to what is good.” (1 Thes. 5:20 – 21).
We do not give strong directional words, nor are we looking for darkness or sin in people’s lives. We suggest that recipients not make major decisions based on one prophetic word, but rather pray for divine confirmation of what is spoken and discard anything to which the Holy Spirit does not bear witness.
Make an appointment
The Prophecy Room is open to all and ministry is by appointment only. Every session of ministry time is about 15-20min.
Please make an appointment with us before the day itself.
For those who have come for previous ministry with us we encourage you to wait on the Lord to speak to you before signing up for another slot. A period of at least a year and a half is advised.
We look forward to ministering to you.
Details of Sessions
Details of the sessions are as follows:
|Day:||First Friday of each month (unless otherwise stated)|
|Dates:||2020: Mar 6, Apr 3, May 1, Jun 5,
Jul 3, Aug 7, Sept 4, Oct 2, Nov 6, Dec 4
|Time:||The first appointment starts at 8:00pm. Please state your preference of timing when you make an appointment with us. We will confirm your appointment with you through email.
1) 8:00pm – 8:20pm
2) 8:20pm – 8:40pm
3) 8:40pm – 9:00pm
4) 9:00pm – 9:20pm
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What can I expect when I arrive?
Once you sign in, you will be directed to a seat in the prayer room. You can use the time to pray and seek God. Ask Him to speak to you.
When your turn comes you will be directed to a small room. Two to three people may receive ministry in the same room at the same time.
2. How long will the ministry take?
The ministry time normally takes about 15 to 20 minutes. However, you may wait in the prayer room before being called for ministry.
3. Can I bring my own digital recorder?
Yes, you are welcome to bring your own recorder.
4. How do I prepare myself in the Prayer Room?
While in the prayer room, we encourage you to engage your heart with God and with the worship and prayer going on in the room. Feel free to sing along with the worship team, read your Bible, write in your journal or just pray. You may sit, stand or even pace up and down the aisles. Whatever you do, we ask that you do it in a manner that honours and serves the other people in the room.
5. How do you minister to families or a group of friends?
We normally minister to families together. If the family is large we may need to split the family up depending on the discretion of the ministry leader. If friends come as a group we will also minster to them together, but we will try to keep the group size to two or three.
6. Will there be a time of ministry?
If the Lord highlights an area of need, e.g. healing from hurtful words, we will seek permission from the recipient to pray for them in this area. We will proceed to pray and minister to the recipient only if he/she is comfortable with it.
7. Where can I learn more about prophetic ministry?
Click here to read an article on the Eight Dimensions of the Prophetic Ministry.