Get Commissioned into the Office of the Intercessor
When we think of offices, we think of the five-fold gifts of apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors and teachers, who equip us for the work of the ministry (see Eph. 4:11).
But many believe intercessors also hold an office.
While technically all Christians are supposed to make intercession, there are some who are clearly and specifically gifted for intercession.
In this way, there is an office of intercessor.
At Awakening Prayer Hubs, we believe in commissioning clearly-gifted, faithful men and women into the office of the intercessor.
What is commissioning?
Sometimes people use the word ordination. Commissioning is blessing a person and affirming them in the use of their God-given gifts. The actual definition of commission is “granting the power to perform various acts or duties, a certificate conferring military rank and authority or a charge.”
Commissioning includes the laying on of hands and impartation. When I commission people, they say they sense a stronger prayer anointing with deeper prophetic unction, as well as an apostolic-governmental authority in prayer and spiritual warfare.