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Standing in a location where an angel has been discerned is called a “prophetic act”.

A “prophetic act” is a gesture or activity, performed in the physical world that demonstrates recognition of an event that is occurring in a supernatural realm.

In other words, by standing where we discern an angel, we are publicly declaring, “God I see that you have sent an angel and I choose to listen to what you want to say”.

We find that often times we will first discern that there is an angel with a message, but the message will not come forth until a person stands at the location where the angel is being discerned.

We are in no way declaring that you must stand in an angel in order to hear a message. In fact, if in a public meeting, a person declared that they felt a prophetic word, we would not have them stand in an angel.  However, we would still wait until we feel it is the proper time for the word to be delivered.

During all of our public meetings we work hard to follow biblical principles.  The Bible is very clear that everything must be done in the proper order.  (1 Corinthians 14:20).

Reference: 1 Corinthians chapter 14

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