Verb(1) predict or reveal through, or as if through, divine inspiration(2) deliver a sermon
(1) All in all, then, for Israelite prophecy the temple had not always been fundamental.(2) As we arrive on the scene of the accident, his words become an eerily accurate prophecy .(3) First, characters can represent types of reactions to prophecy and what it stands for.(4) If they found that he was the one the prophecy spoke of, then there would be fear.(5) You'll also be likely to create new behaviours to fulfil the prophecy .(6) That is why our Torah and tradition insist that the claim to prophecy not be based on miraculous evidence.(7) Threads of commonality have been explored, such as prophecy in Judaism and Islam.(8) Thus, the restoration of prophecy is very important in the unfolding of the Messianic drama.(9) He was also the god of prophecy and healing but expressed the more creative aspects of music and sport as well.(10) She hadn't had the gift of prophecy in life, and she wondered why she did now in death.(11) Thousands of years ago, the Jewish people even had special schools for prophecy .(12) When I die, one prophecy is fulfilled, and a new shall begin.(13) I do not credit that honourable member with having the gift of prophecy .(14) In certain cases, prophecy was granted in order to deliver a message to a community or the Nation.(15) I grew up with prophecy as a normal facet of my life, so I know how you feel about calling, or intended paths.(16) the gift of prophecy
1. predict ::
2. vaticinate ::
3. preach ::
Different Formsprophesies, prophesy, prophesying
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