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predicted, as by a prophecy
of, or relating to a prophecy or a prophet
{a} foretelling events
foretelling events as if by supernatural intervention; "prophetic writings"; "prophetic powers"; "words that proved prophetic
Containing, or pertaining to, prophecy; foretelling events; as, prophetic writings; prophetic dreams; used with of before the thing foretold
foretelling events as if by supernatural intervention; "prophetic writings"; "prophetic powers"; "words that proved prophetic"
If something was prophetic, it described or suggested something that did actually happen later. This ominous warning soon proved prophetic. correctly saying what will happen in the future
{s} of prophecy, of prediction; predicting, forecasting
{s} fatidic
prophetical
{s} fatidical
Oracular
prophetic ability
ability to predict the future
prophetic ecstasy
prophetic trance, prophetic excitement, predictive ecstasy, oracular excitement
prophetic vision
vision of the future, vision that predicts future events
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any of the prophets mentioned in the Bible, especially an author of one of the Prophets
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Someone who speaks by divine inspiration
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Someone who predicts the future; a soothsayer
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A mantis
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{n} a man who foretels future events, a divine teacher
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{a} foretelling events
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{a} in the manner of a prophesy
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Muhammad (used with The)
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Jesus
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one who utters divinely inspired revelations
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an authoritative person who divines the future someone who speaks by divine inspiration; someone who is an interpreter of the will of God
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An interpreter; a spokesman
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A prophet is a person who is believed to be chosen by God to say the things that God wants to tell people. the sacred name of the Holy Prophet of Islam
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Prophetic Tradition: from the Greek, "one who speaks for someone else;" refers primarily to the Hebrew literary tradition of the prophetic figures who were called by God to "remind" Israel of the expectations of the covenant The prophets addressed the behavior of individual kings as well as the social fabric of Israel as a whole
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A person chosen by Allah to instruct people as to the will of Allah The Muslim prophets are the same as Christian and Hebrew prophets and include Moses, Jesus, and Muhammad
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The person who tells the future In Christianity, a prophet cannot predict the future through his own ability or enhanced powers God reveals it to him in a vision or dream A true prophet must be 100% accurate all the time The only exception is a "conditional" prophecy Where the prophet clearly states that IF "X" is done then event "Y" will happen (See psychic)
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One inspired or instructed by God to speak in his name, or announce future events, as, Moses, Elijah, etc
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A person who proclaims a message from God The term usually refers to certain men in the Old Testament, but the New Testament speaks of prophets in the early church John the Baptist is also called a prophet
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A prophet is someone who predicts that something will happen in the future. I promised myself I'd defy all the prophets of doom and battle back to fitness. Person who speaks by divine inspiration, revealing or interpreting the will of a god. Prophets have appeared in many religions throughout history. The most familiar in the West are such Old Testament leaders as Moses, Isaiah, and Daniel, along with the Prophet Muhammad. In contrast to the diviner or interpreter of omens (see divination), who may answer private questions, prophets often address the destiny and moral life of a whole people. Some prophets seek to create a new society that will realize their message and thus found new religions. Others may look only to reform or purify an existing society and religion. The tone of prophecy ranges widely, from ecstasy, inspired utterance, and ethical fervor to passionate social criticism, prediction of the future, and expectation of apocalypse. Companions of the Prophet Prophet's Mosque Prophet The
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in the Anthropology of Religion, "a religious practitioner who receives his authority by some prophetic call and proclaims revitalization and change of society without being accountable to any religious bureaucracy" (Van Rheenen 1996a, 150)
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A prophet is a religious functionary set aside or specially appointed by (a) god for a number of religious and political tasks
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a person who brings a message or warning
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A person inspired by God to speak for him A person inspired by God to speak for him
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One who speaks for God giving His message to others
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an authoritative person who divines the future
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one who foretells the future or interprets divine will, as in: Jeremiah is a prophet named in the Bible who was persecuted for his beliefs
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A prophet is a person who has received a specific and personal call from God to be a means of communicating God's word This word may be dealing with the future or it may be shedding light on a current or past situation There are true and false prophets A true prophet's words will come true (2 Peter 1: 20-21 and Deuteronomy 13: 1-5) Prophecy in the Church today must be consistent with the Scriptures and tested by the community and its leaders
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A person who proclaims a message from God For example, Moses was a prophet
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Head priest
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{i} one who predicts the future, seer; forecaster, foreteller
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A person chosen by God to teach people about the will of Allah Sometimes providing both evidence of miracles and revelation of commandments
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From the Greek meaning "one who speaks for another " In the Hebrew and Christian tradition it is one who speaks with the authority of God In a secondary meaning, it is one who speaks about the future with authority
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One who receives inspiration, information, or insights into the future from a divine source
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   Greek, "one who speaks out " A prophet, called by God to speak the truth no matter what the cost, was one of the main participants in classical Israelite religion The prophet was charged with the role of delivering God's message to the rulers, whether religious or political, and, as a result, many prophets were unpopular with the kings and priests Prophets did not specialize in predicting the future, but rather analyzing the present and announcing the consequences of current behavior Most prophets spoke in a very memorable poetic form, delivering their statement orally in the streets or sanctuaries; only later were these written down, and still later put in some sort of order
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One who prophesies, or foretells events; a predicter; a foreteller
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A human spokesperson for God in Western religions, allegedly chosen and enabled by God to declare and make known his revelation to human beings, which revelation typically involves (in part at least) some divine moral expectation that needs to be heeded to get in right relationship with God
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(Heb nabi, from a root meaning "to bubble forth, as from a fountain," hence "to utter", comp Ps 45: 1) This Hebrew word is the first and the most generally used for a prophet In the time of Samuel another word, ro'eh, "seer", began to be used (1 Sam 9: 9) It occurs seven times in reference to Samuel Afterwards another word, hozeh, "seer" (2 Sam 24: 11), was employed In 1 Ch 29: 29 all these three words are used: "Samuel the seer (ro'eh), Nathan the prophet (nabi'), Gad the seer" (hozeh) In Josh 13: 22 Balaam is called (Heb ) a kosem "diviner," a word used only of a false prophet
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someone who speaks by divine inspiration; someone who is an interpreter of the will of God
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like a prophet, or related to the things a prophet says or does
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{s} of prophecy, of prediction; predicting, forecasting
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Containing, or pertaining to, prophecy; foretelling events; as, prophetic writings; prophetic dreams; used with of before the thing foretold
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in prophetic manner
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In a prophetic manner
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In a prophetical manner; by way of prediction
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in a prophetic manner; "he prophetically anticipated the disaster"
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As a prophecy
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in a prophetic manner; "he prophetically anticipated the disaster
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