By John Eckhardt
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There are also leaders with apostolic callings who cannot fully activate and release the people because they have been trained to think and operate pastorally. The pastoral mind-set has hindered many that have higher callings. Many leaders have been trained in Bible schools and seminaries to think pastorally and administratively. How many schools can one attend today that teach and train people to operate apostolically and prophetically? The apostolic ministry has been set in the Church to oversee and release all believers into their callings and destinies.
Utterances in other tongues will help us pray in a supernatural way, beyond the limitations of our understanding. We can pray beyond our limited understanding of what God is releasing and restoring. Those who operate in the gift of diversities of tongues can release much through the various utterances of the Spirit. The apostolic prayers of Paul are important to open the eyes of believers and cause them to know their calling. Paul prayed that the eyes of the Church's understanding would be enlightened.
Let us begin with the teaching element. If a church is to transition into an apostolic position, the minds of the people must be renewed. People must receive a revelation of the present plans and purposes of God. Apostles and prophets have a unique anointing to reveal to the Church the mysteries of God. They are stewards of the mysteries of God (1 Corinthians 4:1). They help reveal to the Church the mysteries that were hidden in previous ages (Ephesians 3:5). Once people understand the plans and purposes of the Lord, they will be able to walk in them.