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2Timothy 3:16 KJV] All scripture [is] given by inspiration of God, and [is] profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness:
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Mary Washington, Instructor in Righteousness
Founder of Feed My Sheep Ministries (1996), has been in ministry since 1987 and established FMSM School of Prophets in 2006.
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Prophetic Teaching, serving the specific purpose of guidance to those empowered by the Spirit of God,to operate in the Gift of Prophecy for the edifying of the Body of Christ.
Torrey's New Topical Textbook [ courtesy of www.blueletterbible.org
Christ, the Prophet: Foretold Deu 18:15,18; Isa 52:7; Nah 1:15
Christ, the Prophet: Anointed with the Holy Spirit Isa 42:1; 61:1; Luk 4:18; Jhn 3:34
Christ, the Prophet: Alone Knows and Reveals God Mat 11:27; Jhn 3:2,13,34; 17:6,14,26; Hbr 1:1,2
Christ, the Prophet: Declared His Doctrine to Be That of the Father Jhn 8:26,28; 12:49,50; 14:10,24; 15:15; 17:8,16
Christ, the Prophet: Preached the Gospel, and Worked Miracles Mat 4:23; 11:5; Luk 4:43
Christ, the Prophet: Foretold Things to Come Mat 24:3-35; Luk 19:41,44
Christ, the Prophet: Faithful to His Trust Luk 4:43; Jhn 17:8; Hbr 3:2; Rev 1:5; 3:14
Christ, the Prophet: Abounded in Wisdom Luk 2:40,47,52; Col 2:3
Christ, the Prophet: Mighty in Deed and Word Mat 13:54; Mar 1:27; Luk 4:32; Jhn 7:46
Christ, the Prophet: Meek and Unostentatious in His Teaching Isa 42:2; Mat 12:17-20
Christ, the Prophet: God Commands Us to Hear Deu 18:15; Mat 17:25; Act 3:22; 7:37
Christ, the Prophet: God Will Severely Visit Our Neglect Of Deu 18:19; Act 3:23; Hbr 2:3
Christ, the Prophet: Typified Moses Deu 18:15
School: Of the Prophets at
Naioth, 1Sa 19:20; Beth-El, 2Ki 2:3; Jericho, 2Ki 2:5, 15; Gilgal, 2Ki 4:38;
Jerusalem, probably, 2Ki 22:14; 2Ch 34:22.
School: Crowded Attendance At 2Ki 6:1 School: In the Home Deu 4:9, 10; 6:7, 9; 11:19, 20; Psa 78:5-8 School: Bible School Deu 31:10-13
School: Of Gamaliel Act 5:34; 22:3 School: Of Tyrannus Act 19:9
School: References Concerning
See INSTRUCTION; PSALMS, DIDACTIC
Prophet: Vines Biblical Dictionary
"one who speaks forth or openly" (see PROPHECY, A), "a proclaimer of a divine message," denoted among the Greeks an interpreter of the oracles of the gods.
In the Sept. it is the translation of the word roeh, "a seer;" 1Sa 9:9, indicating that the "prophet" was one who had immediate intercourse with God. It also translates the word nabhi, meaning "either one in whom the message from God springs forth" or "one to whom anything is secretly communicated." Hence, in general, "the prophet" was one upon whom the Spirit of God rested, Num 11:17-29, one, to whom and through whom God speaks, Num 12:2; Amo 3:7, 8. In the case of the OT prophets their messages were very largely the proclamation of the Divine purposes of salvation and glory to be accomplished in the future; the "prophesying" of the NT "prophets" was both a preaching of the Divine counsels of grace already accomplished and the foretelling of the purposes of God in the future.
In the NT the word is used
(a) of "the OT prophets," e.g., Mat 5:12; Mar 6:15; Luk 4:27; Jhn 8:52; Rom 11:3;
(b) of "prophets in general," e.g., Mat 10:41; 21:46; Mar 6:4;
(c) of "John the Baptist," Mat 21:26; Luk 1:76;
(d) of "prophets in the churches," e.g., Act 13:1; 15:32; 21:10; 1Cr 12:28, 29; 14:29, 32, 37; Eph 2:20; 3:5; 4:11;
(e) of "Christ, as the aforepromised Prophet," e.g., Jhn 1:21; 6:14; 7:40; Act 3:22; 7:37, or, without the article, and, without reference to the Old Testament, Mar 6:15, Luk 7:16; in Luk 24:19 it is used with aner, "a man;" Jhn 4:19; 9:17;
(f) of "two witnesses" yet to be raised up for special purposes, Rev 11:10, 18;
(g) of "the Cretan poet Epimenides," Tts 1:12;
(h) by metonymy, of "the writings of prophets," e.g., Luk 24:27; Act 8:28.
Therefore, with regard to prophecy we can conclude:
1. A prophet must not contradict anything God has said or commands.
2. A prophecy must exalt Jesus Christ.
3. A prophets life must be consistent with the prophecy he or she gives.
4. Because someone meets the above criteria does not necessarily mean that the message is from God. The leaders of each particular assembly should be the ones who prayerfully make the determination.
5. Prophecies should be tested, and when they hold true, they should not be despised.
PROPHECY and PROPHET
Prophecy Conforms To Gods Word, Words Testify To Jesus,
Prophet exhibits Moral Consistency, Ministry Leaders To Judge,