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Prophets of the Bible continued
Posted On 05/16/2017 17:23:25 by EllieDunn

Prophet's of the Bible Continued:

Miriam:  Exodus 15:

Miriam was the sister of Arron and Moses.  She is called a prophet and is first mentioned in the book of Exodus.  She was exempt from the "curse" of Eve,m because of her righteousness.  In Exodus 15, verse 20 she is called a Prophet.

Exodus 15:20-21:  Then the prophet Miriam, Aaron's sister, took a tambourine in her hand.  All the women followed her playing tambourines and dancing. 21.  Miriam sang the refrain back to them:  Sing to the Lord, for an overflowing victory!  Horse and rider he threw into the sea!

20 Then the prophet Miriam, Aaron’s sister, took a tambourine in her hand. All the women followed her playing tambourines and dancing. 21 Miriam sang the refrain back to them:

Sing to the Lord, for an overflowing victory!
Horse and rider he threw into the sea!  (CEB)

Nahum:  Nahum 1:1:

Not much is known about Nahum.  His name means comforter and he's from Alqosh.  His writings could be taken as history, along with being a prophecy.

It is said that the words of Nahum was taken from Moses himself,

Nathan:  2 Samuel 7:

Nathan is in the Hebrew Bible.

The Books of Samuel, Kings, and Chronicles (especially 2 Samuel 7:2-17, 12:1-25.

He was a court prophet.  He lived during the time of King David, according to 2 Samuel.  He told David  of the covenant that God was making with him (2 Samuel 7).  He also appeared before David to reprimand him for committing adultery with Bathsheba, while she was married to Uriah, whose death the King had arranged.  (2 Samuel 11:12).

The Book of Chronicles, it is being said that Nathan wrote the Histories of both David (1 Chronicles 29:29) and Solomon (2 Chronicles 9:29), during their reigns.  He was also involved with the music of the temple (2 Chronicles 29:25).

It is Nathan who tells the dying David of the plot of Adonijah to become king (1 Kings 1:8-45)., which resulted in Solomon being named king, instead.  Nathan presides at the Anointing o King Solomon.  His name also appears in the coronation anthem give by the Priest Zodok.

In 1 Kings 1:8-45 it is Nathan who tells the dying David of the plot of Adonijah to become king, resulting in Solomon being proclaimed king instead. Nathan presides at the anointing of King Solomon, and his name appears in the coronation anthem Zadok the Priest.

Noah:  Genesis 7:

Nuh, is known as Noah in  the Old Testament.  He is known as an apostle of God.  Islam recognizes him as a prophet.

He is counted among the early prophets, sent by God to mankind.  Noah's preaching and prophecy covered 950 years according to the Islam Quran.

To get a more complete writing on Noah, read Genesis 7.

Copyright © Eloise Dunn  May 16, 2017
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