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  1. What is being said here? Eye Felt Hour Ache Lassie Keg Sample Mid Love Their Owed Nice Offered Hook Hall Eight Eyes Core Thud Hen Verb Wrong Goes Watt Half Weak Hot Tool Ooze

  2. Announcements MISSIONARY EMAILS Mark & Kim Luce - markluce@tpg.com.au mark_Luce@msn.com Fred and Rachel Whitman- bmmitaly@bmmitaly.com PRAYING TOGETHER!! Anyone interested in putting together a prayer list for the class? MEETING TOGETHER!! Anyone interested in hosting for one month at a time? This would involve greeting visitors and getting information or scheduling people to do it each week. PLAYING TOGETHER!! Anyone interested in planning a monthly activity? EMAILS THAT BOUNCED BACK: madison0914@msn.com richard.hall@taclubs.com jenanddale@famvid.com jlworthen@mmm.com

  3. Resources for studying prophecy Stuart & Fee’s How To Read the Bible For All Its Worth Stuart & Fee’s How to Read the Bible Book By Book Wilkinson’s Talk Through the Bible Series Wilmington’s Guide to the Bible (online at crosswalk.com) A Bible (a study Bible would be helpful but always be sure to read the Biblical text itself)

  4. DRAW THIS FIGURE AS IF YOU WERE LOOKING AT IT FROM THE SIDE INSTEAD OF STRAIGHT AHEAD! There are at least three possiblities!

  5. Things to Remember 1. A prophet’s message was not his own but God’s • Jeremiah 14:14 and 23:21 2. A prophet’s message was unoriginal.

  6. Root of the Word PROPHETS Roeh- nabi- seer; one who perceives things that are not in the realm of natural sight or hearing. one who has been called or appointed to proclaim the messsage of God. English root of the word is: “speak for”

  7. The Prophets message Their messages were sometimes foretelling Their messages were always forthtelling proclaimed consequences of specific attitudes and practices of their day.

  8. FOUR MAJOR THEMES: 1. Exposed sinful practices of the people 2. Called the people back to the moral, civil and/or ceremonial law of God 3. Warned the people of coming judgement 4. Anticipated the coming Messiah.

  9. FOUR POINTS OF TIME EMPHASIZED BY PROPHET 1. Their own day 2. Captivity and return 3. First coming of Christ 4. The messianic kingdom

  10. PRESENT Near Future 1 2 3 Far off Future Not so near Future PRESENT PRESENT

  11. BIG ?S REGARDING THE STUDY OF THE PROPHETS Q1. What does all this have to do with 2006? Q2. How do you know what a prophecy is about? Q2a. How did the NT writers make the connection between the OT prophets and NT events? Q2b. Who do prophecies apply to? Q3. Q4. The messianic kingdom

  12. The Order of the Prophets The first prophet chronologically was The last prophet chronologically was AMOS ca. 760 BC MALACHI ca. 460 BC