prophecy

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A prediction, especially one made by a prophet or under divine inspiration
any prediction or foretelling
The ability to predict the future The telling of future events
A book of prophecies; a history; as, the prophecy of Ahijah
a prediction uttered under divine inspiration
A prophecy is a statement in which someone says they strongly believe that a particular thing will happen. Biblical prophecy
{i} prediction, forecast
The capacity to receive, to reveal, or to interpret God's Truth, publicly, no matter what the consequences or risks
knowledge of the future (usually said to be obtained from a divine source) a prediction uttered under divine inspiration
(n ) jima, jihmah
H5030 nabiy', naw-bee'; from H5012; a prophet or (gen ) inspired man: --prophecy, that prophesy, prophet
The foretelling of the future through a direct revelation from God
The ability to proclaim the Word of God with divine anointing, which brings conviction to the hearers so they recognize that it is truly the Word of God and they must do something about it Acts 2: 37-40, Acts 7: 54, Acts 26: 24-29, I Corinthians 14: 13, I Thessalonians 1: 5
an inspired foretelling
Public interpretation of Scripture; preaching; exhortation or instruction
Prediction of the future under divine guidance
knowledge of the future (usually said to be obtained from a divine source)
prediction, as in: Constantly calling a child stupid can become a self-fulfilling prophecy
or prediction, was one of the functions of the prophet It has been defined as a "miracle of knowledge, a declaration or description or representation of something future, beyond the power of human sagacity to foresee, discern, or conjecture " (See PROPHET )
A declaration of something to come; a foretelling; a prediction; esp
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To speak as a prophet
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To predict
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To reveal a divine message
self-fulfilling prophecy
A prediction that, by being voiced, causes itself to come true
a prophecy
prediction
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to predict or foretell, especially under divine inspiration and guidance
prophesy
{n} a prediction of a thing
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{v} to predict, foretel
self-fulfilling prophecy
A self-fulfilling prophecy is a prediction that directly or indirectly causes itself to become true, by the very terms of the prophecy itself, due to positive feedback between belief and behavior
self-fulfilling prophecy
Something that you cause to happen by saying and expecting that it will happen
divine prophecy
utterance inspired by god
gloomy prophecy
pessimistic forecast, dismal prediction, comfortless forecast
prophecies
plural of prophecy
prophesy
deliver a sermon; "The minister is not preaching this Sunday"
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If you prophesy that something will happen, you say that you strongly believe that it will happen. He prophesied that within five years his opponent would either be dead or in prison She prophesied a bad ending for the expedition. = predict. to say what will happen in the future, especially using religious or magical knowledge = foretell prophesy that
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To foretell; to predict; to prognosticate
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To utter predictions; to make declaration of events to come
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To foreshow; to herald; to prefigure
prophesy
{f} predict, forecast, foretell
prophesy
predict or reveal through, or as if through, divine inspiration
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To give instruction in religious matters; to interpret or explain Scripture or religious subjects; to preach; to exhort; to expound
self-fulfilling prophecy
prophecy that is realized only because it is expected, prophecy that makes itself come true
self-fulfilling prophecy
Tendency for people to elicit behavior from others that conforms to their own personal expectations
self-fulfilling prophecy
The tendency of people to respond to and act on the basis of stereotypes, a predisposition which can lead to validation of false definitions (p 290)
self-fulfilling prophecy
A predetermined idea or expectation one has toward oneself that is acted out, thus "proving" itself
self-fulfilling prophecy
A disabled person reacting through prior experience of difficulty and expectation that he will be treated badly may trigger negative reactions/biases in others and fulfill stereotypes by aggressive, confrontational behavior, or defensiveness, initiating a cycle of misunderstanding and avoidance
self-fulfilling prophecy
A term used to refer to the fact that frequently things turn out just as one expected (or prophesied) that they would -- not necessarily because of one's prescience but because one behaved in a manner that optimized these very outcomes
self-fulfilling prophecy
false expectation or prediction of behavior that tends to come true because it leads people to act as if it already were true false expectation or prediction of behavior that tends to come true because it leads people to act as if it already were true
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