I just felt led to add that I think the admin's directives in the regard of prophetic words and revelations is so wise. I believe it is wisdom from the heart of the Lord. In a setting where a person's words are judged by the pastor and elders of a body of believers, then 1st person could be acceptable - depending on the fellowship's guidelines. The leadership would have the judgment to know what is from the Lord or not. Also, prophetic words can be judged by other prophets. If a person has to deliver the message in the presence of those who will actively correct and guide the giver and the receiver, then they will make sure that word has little of themself in that word.
What I am trying to say is that the manner of giving out what a person feels is from the Lord is different in various settings. That does not change the message. Those of us who are used in the revelatory gifts also use wisdom in the manner of presentation.
If I felt I had a "word" for someone outside of the realm in which that word would be readily judged by leadership, I would share it in a way in which the person would know it was a word coming through an imperfect vessel - me. I would not do it as a 1st person word directly from the Lord. I might pray that word for the person with their permission or tell them that I felt an impression from the Lord about the matter. If I felt I had a word that needed to be given them, then I would do it with the permission of the person and their pastor with that pastor being present to hear it. I've been used in these gifts for 41 years and have never had to do otherwise.
In my grooming to use the gifts, I had to learn how to give out a message in various settings. It does not diminish the gift or the word spoken. It strengthens safety for the hearer and the giver of that word. The Holy Spirit is gentle and wise in all His communications. He has a multitude of ways to deliver His information. He is not limited. In Spirit-filled settings where these gifts are used, this is the pretty much the norm. We are all growing in our walks with Him and in the gifts He has given us to use in the body of Christ. I appreciate the guidance that we are given here that allows expression, but gives protection to the sheep.
And, hey, I've had some of my posts deleted, too.
The Lord bless us all richly as we wait for our soon coming King. He is good, people. He is good, good, good all the time. I had such a fabulous time in the Lord with my family over Thanksgiving seeing with my own eyes the work of the Lord in the lives of my family. I just want to testify that our prayers for our families are making a difference. Don't give up though the enemy will test and try you. He will not win. Your prayers will make a difference. Keep praying. Blessings to you all.