In the New Testament, we see in the Book of Acts, a prophetic flow through the sixth river—outpouring. It is not really considered a river because it is too powerful to be just a river. But it does initiate a prophetic flow, so we can classify it here. This outpouring in the New Testament is also called as the baptism in the Holy Spirit. In other cases, the outpouring of the baptism in the Spirit is so intense that the anointing is immediately manifested, and people begin to flow into the prophetic anointing too.


“‘In the last days, God says,

 I will pour out my Spirit on all people.

Your sons and daughters will prophesy,

 your young men will see visions,

 your old men will dream dreams. (Acts 2:17)


The word “prophesy” is spoken in numerous accounts. Every time there is an outpouring, there is a significant move. You know a move of God can begin and then it can end and then it can flow into another move. The flow is not supposed to end; it is supposed to flow and prepare for the next move during what I call significant times.


In Exodus 40, when Moses dedicated the tabernacle of Moses, we see the glory of God filling the place—a special move to usher a new way when God was going to do a new thing in their midst. With each move, there are new ways that God does something. Thus, when we experience a new season, we can also experience a prophetic outpouring and a fresh impartation in the ministry.


Before the tabernacle of Moses existed, God manifested Himself in the pillar of cloud and a pillar of fire. But when Moses made the tabernacle, which took them about a year to make, anyone who wanted to commune with God now went to the tabernacle. It is the same God, who has changed the way or manifestation by which you can relate with Him.


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