It’s easy to live within a prophetic echo chamber. These echo chambers are where familiar language, imagery, and modes of presentation are valued so highly they become the means through which we discern the content of a prophetic word.
Some elements within the prophetic movement can come across as garish, over-stated, and off-putting. Their advertisement and delivery can resemble a billboard placed along a roadway hoping to catch our limited attention.
To those who value this way of conducting and advertising prophetic ministry, mentioning such a thing can become an offense. In some rare cases, any challenge to the echo chamber mentality is seen as a work of the enemy. Upon a closer and more measured approach, it becomes a needed adjustment, not to the message itself, but to the presentation of prophetic truth.
These adjustments will open the door to a wider audience whom the Lord wants to reach with words of prophetic hope, not just those who live with us inside the small enclosure of our preferred echo chamber.