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HOW TO AWAKEN YOUR PROPHETIC ABILITY




If you are female and sense prophetic gifts on your life?

Here is a bible based, Christ Centered institution to help you develop and effectively use your prophetic gifts.

In simple terms, Prophecy can be defined as hearing the voice of God and speaking what He says. 

This gift is basically experienced in two ways.
Auditory- Where  the one receiving the message hears words, which they then repeat or release  to those to whom one is sent.

Visual- This is referred to as The SEER gifting. Here, the receiver sees a message through some type of picture, which they then release or speak about as led.

These pictures are either received while awake by means of visions, while asleep through dreams or while half awake in trances.

Most prophetic people will experience both aspects at various times, but they tend to have one that is more dominant or frequent.

Can you relate with any of the above?


DEBORAH'S HERITAGE is a safe haven for gifted girls and women to embrace and embody the fullness of their prophetic gifts, calls and mandates.


We believe that the prophetic gift is from God and it must be nurtured for profitable purposes first in the body of Christ and then to the unsaved.


This school will empower and enable  you to express your prophetic abilities and also activate them where latent.

Courses include;


✔The Revelation and Utterance Gifts

✔Prophetic Sounds - How to sing the Songs of the Lord

✔The Seer Realm and anointing

✔Intercession and Territorial Mapping

✔Prophetic Arts - Music, Artworks, Dance  and several more.

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Each course ends with a special activation session



You will be ready to run in your path afterwards.




You will learn about


✔Prophetic numbers
✔Prophetic maps and mapping and
✔ Prophetic intelligence reports and more!

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The school is specifically  for Girls and Women (ONLY) of all age brackets because we believe God has revealed that the end time army will be led by Women just as Deborah did. 


We believe the Baraks (Men) will fight on the ground while the Deborahs (Women) will sit on prophetic altars and fight from the heavens.


If you are female and this in anyway resonates with you? Get started here


Course Duration: 4 Weeks

Fee : Free
However, Students should be willing to research and pay to access materials for personal study when required.


WEEK ONE Start Date: Tuesday, April 2nd 2019 and Saturday, April 6th 2019.
Participants can attend either of the two classes for week one 

Venue: Okota, Lagos (Centre is communicated to registered attendees).





Deborah's Heritage is brought to you by
 Ernest Salami.




With just over nine years in active ministry, Ernest Salami has taught at different platforms and mentored young Christians in Nigeria and beyond.


His thrust is in purpose discovery and fulfillment with a colourful charismatic blend.


While currently serving as Associate Pastor at Shekinah Assembly Int’l churches, He is also a Management consultant to different organizations.


As a successful communication specialist, blogger and author, Ernest is deeply passionate about national youth development. 


Having served for 3 years as a principal officer in the Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship int’l, He comes handy with a strong shade of professional and pulpit experience.


Ernest considers it a privilege to have gained and gaining deep insight into God's divine agenda and  prophetic schedule for the body of Christ in these last days.


He is a detailed teacher of God's word and an ever willing intercessor for lives.


Ernest is married to his adorable hearthrob, Patience Salami.

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Comments

  1. Glory to God. This is a School to partake in. It is a place for discovery, development/refinement and deployment of deep, potent spiritual gifts within the loins of our women. I will enjoin every female out there with an unusual desire for God to be here.

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    1. Absolutely!

      Pst Ernest is a sound teacher of the word!

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