Posts with Tag ‘South Africa’

About The Prophets Round Table

The Prophets Round Table are a group of prophets from a diverse group of backgrounds and Church affiliations. This allows for the unique input from the Holy Spirit that makes up this website and the publication of the God Said series of books. The vision for the group is to become one credible prophetic voice to the nations and also to our own nation of South Africa.

The group meet together once a year over a period of days and receive prophetic impressions, visions and prophesies from the Holy Spirit.  Although the words and publications are in yearly notations, they are by no means limited to that specific year. We hear God in a specific year, but the word of God is ongoing and unlimited.  We all agree that this is not a final product and God continues to speak through others and to us continually. We therefore meet regularly throughout the year to check the fulfilment of the prophetic words.

1 Corinthians 13:9 For we know in part and we prophesy in part.

We do believe that we are responsible for the prophetic words we release and we keep each other accountable. We do our best, but also understand that God uses many different people to prophesy on His behalf.  We are blessed to be a small part of His voice to the Nations.

1 Corinthians 14:29 Let the prophets speak two or three, while the rest pay attention and weigh and discern what is said (Ampf)

For more information or any inquires, please contact us at prophetsroundtable@gmail.com

2014 – South Africa Business, trade and industry

Business, trade and industry: Mining will have another difficult time in South Africa. There needs to be a focus on investing into workers conditions. There is an unhealthy dependence on many of the mines from the extended families of mine workers. Because of the difficulties mines will still go through, many families of mine workers will have to let go of their dependence on the mine workers and find jobs for themselves. Housing improvements will start to happen in 2014 for mineworkers as well as infrastructure around compounds of mine workers. Government will have positive partnerships with mines in helping with this development. The banking industry will have a positive year in 2014. Debt will however have to be addressed amongst the public. People will struggle with their high debt and there will be many that will not be able to pay their debt in 2014. A drive to motivate South Africans to save will get traction. Unions are painting themselves into a corner with the decisions they have made. Because of their unwise past decisions they will lose favour with government and their members. This will lessen the union power considerably. There will be alot of wealing and dealing to try and get power back, but the union model is growing old and is losing its substance. A new modern union will take form and it will be started by the younger generation. This new union will be strong although it will be small in the beginning. It will grow very big in the next ten years. This new union will open the gates for new modern unions to appear in the future. They are going to be totally different from the present unions: their branding, the way they carry themselves, the way they handle negotiations. They will make the old unions look like they are archaic. Education: The education departments will be under scrutiny. There will be pressure to deliver on what was promised and fix the problems of the past years. Improvements in the educational results and statistics will start taking place from the lower grades upwards. Social issues in schools such as teen pregnancy, child abuse, violence and drugs will be in the news in 2014. There is an educational fraternity that has a heart to see the South Africa’s educational standards bettered and even placed on international standards from grade 1 up to post graduate qualifications. 2014 will be the year of ideation and strategic development to give this fraternity the power and capacity to effect the change.