Noun(1) knowledge of the future (usually said to be obtained from a divine source(2) a prediction uttered under divine inspiration
(1) Biblical prophecy is not easily translated to the twenty-first century.(2) Threads of commonality have been explored, such as prophecy in Judaism and Islam.(3) All in all, then, for Israelite prophecy the temple had not always been fundamental.(4) First, characters can represent types of reactions to prophecy and what it stands for.(5) Before his guests arrived on the scene, Abraham used prophecy as means to speak with God.(6) They are also gifted with prophecy , and help those who are involved in the prophecies.(7) However, to do so, she must fulfill a prophecy written about her in the Book of the Prophets.(8) The guidelines given for prophecy apply to all forms of believer-to-believer sharing.(9) He was also the god of prophecy and healing but expressed the more creative aspects of music and sport as well.(10) I grew up with prophecy as a normal facet of my life, so I know how you feel about calling, or intended paths.(11) You'll also be likely to create new behaviours to fulfil the prophecy .(12) The prophecy foretold that the side that claimed the fallen angels shall win the war.(13) Thirdly, prophecy and social action are captured by a knowing that stems from the will.(14) a bleak prophecy of war and ruin(15) Thus, the restoration of prophecy is very important in the unfolding of the Messianic drama.(16) Other terms for clairvoyance include second sight, shadow sight, prophecy , and spiritual communication.
1. prediction ::
2. divination ::
3. prognostication ::
Different Formsprophecies, prophecy
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