Never lay the responsibility on them, even if they are resistant to healing and have little or no faith.
Appendix 3:- GUIDELINES FOR GIVING/RECEIVING WORDS
It is possible for a particular prophetic word to be right and some of it to be wrong. Paul said, ‘Do not quench the Spirit, do not despise prophetic utterances. But examine everything carefully, hold fast to that which is good.’ (1 Thess 5:19-20) Because prophecy is made up of three parts, revelation, interpretation, and application, it isn’t too hard to get one of them wrong.
A prophetic word must bear witness with the spirit of the one who receives it. It doesn’t necessarily have to make sense to our minds, but there must be a ‘yes’ in our spirits.
The fruit of all prophetic words must be that the person receiving it is brought closer to God and His people. Prophetic words that separate people from the Body of Christ do not find their source in God.
The prophets and the church leadership should be in agreement with the word and its interpretation and application.
The interpretation of any prophetic revelation belongs to God, not to man. Therefore we also need the Holy Spirit’s anointing to know the meaning of the word as well as what to do with it.
Prophetic words because they are declared does not mean just will it will automatically happen often we have a role to play; a good example of this is God’s word to Abraham and Sarah that they would have a son .. Abraham and Sarah also had a role!