Rob Hotchkin Quotes

Six Quotes by: Rob Hotchkin of Extreme Prophetic

Do not look around and think for one minute that the enemy is winning. No! What often looks and feels like losses or failings are actually opportunities to clearly see what needs to be dealt with by us in God's power as His dominion stewards in the earth. The wickedness, the unrighteousness, the darkness it is merely the enemy vividly overplaying his hand and bringing into sharp focus what we need to stand against, speak against, and come against. These are not the darkest of days. This is a divine set-up for the Church's finest hour!
[Ed. What is needed today is repentance!}
Source here on the Internet. Dated: 31st May 2017.

A prophetic revival is brewing. The Lord is accelerating His people in the prophetic, and with that we will see an increase in anointing and authority marked by more and more of the Body prophesying with a greater detail of accuracy and an increase of impact (see Acts 2:18).
Source here on the Internet. Dated: 11th May 2016.

I recently had a series of encounters with the Lord where He took me to the River of Life flowing from His throne (see Revelation 22:1) and "baptized" me. Each time, as He held me under the water, it was so clear, vivid, and "effervescent." The waters of LIFE filled, coursed through, and flowed all around me. As Jesus cradled me under the river, I could look up from below the crystal waters and see Him clearly.
Source here on the Internet. Dated: 9th August 2015.

Repentance is the willingness to turn away from mindsets and behavior patterns of the past that have trapped us in sin and negative behavior, and shift our way of thinking and level of expectation to that of the reality that the Kingdom of God is at hand for us right now. We just need to see it. We just need to change our focus from our circumstances to His Kingdom.
Source here on the Internet. Dated: 9th December 2014.

One of the most important weapons of warfare we have in any battle is our God-given identity. {Not mentioned in Ephesians chapter 6!}
http://www.elijahlist.com/words/display_word.html?ID=9769. Dated: 11th April 2011

Today I want to talk to you a little about birthing the kingdom. You know the story in Luke 1 where Gabriel shows up with Mary and he says: "Greetings highly favoured one, the Lord is with you." And he goes on to tell her that she has been chosen by God for the Holy Spirit to come and overshadow her, put the kingdom inside of her and then nurture it, mature it and release that into the world for the kingdom to come and touch everyone, everywhere to the life of Jesus Christ her son. It's an amazing promise that God gives Mary. At first she is a little confused and she says, "Wait, How can I do this? How can I be pregnant? I haven't even been with a man. I'm just a fifteen year old unwed mother." But the angel of the Lord Gabriel, held her: "What is impossible with man is possible with God. It doesn't matter when we are called to the impossible like Mary was. It matters that we lay hold of the promise and believe. What happened with Mary is actually a prophetic picture of what calls each one of us. Each of us is a part of the beloved. Each of us is a highly favoured in his sight and each of us like Mary is called to let the Holy Spirit come and overshadow us to draw near to God in intimacy, let the Holy Sprit overshadow us and place the kingdom inside of us and then allow it to mature and grow till we release it formlessly and birth that into the earth. Mary's secret was her response. She got passed all the questions. She got passed any doubts. She got passed it beimg impossible and simply said:"Let it be unto your servant as you have spoken." Then later in Luke 2 we see that she pondered these things promises until they were so. If we'll be like Mary we can become birthers of the kingdom, releasers of the kingdom of God into the earth - just like Mary did. And what we release into the earth can ultimately go out and touch every part of the earth. Each of us is called to carry Emmanuel. Each of us is called to birth God with us. ...
Source here on the Internet. Dated: 22nd January 2010.
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