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  • LOCUST: \n“What the cutting locust left, the swarming locust has eaten. What the swarming locust left, the hopping locust has eaten, and what the hopping locust left, the destroying locust has eaten.” (Joel 1:4, ESV)\nJeremiah ‘I know the plans I have for you, the plans to give you a hope and a future’\nSOng: Feeling Tired: ‘Strenth will rise as they wait upon the Lord’\n\n
  • LOCUST: \n“What the cutting locust left, the swarming locust has eaten. What the swarming locust left, the hopping locust has eaten, and what the hopping locust left, the destroying locust has eaten.” (Joel 1:4, ESV)\nJeremiah ‘I know the plans I have for you, the plans to give you a hope and a future’\nSOng: Feeling Tired: ‘Strenth will rise as they wait upon the Lord’\n\n
  • LOCUST: \n“What the cutting locust left, the swarming locust has eaten. What the swarming locust left, the hopping locust has eaten, and what the hopping locust left, the destroying locust has eaten.” (Joel 1:4, ESV)\nJeremiah ‘I know the plans I have for you, the plans to give you a hope and a future’\nSOng: Feeling Tired: ‘Strenth will rise as they wait upon the Lord’\n\n
  • LOCUST: \n“What the cutting locust left, the swarming locust has eaten. What the swarming locust left, the hopping locust has eaten, and what the hopping locust left, the destroying locust has eaten.” (Joel 1:4, ESV)\nJeremiah ‘I know the plans I have for you, the plans to give you a hope and a future’\nSOng: Feeling Tired: ‘Strenth will rise as they wait upon the Lord’\n\n
  • LOCUST: \n“What the cutting locust left, the swarming locust has eaten. What the swarming locust left, the hopping locust has eaten, and what the hopping locust left, the destroying locust has eaten.” (Joel 1:4, ESV)\nJeremiah ‘I know the plans I have for you, the plans to give you a hope and a future’\nSOng: Feeling Tired: ‘Strenth will rise as they wait upon the Lord’\n\n
  • LOCUST: \n“What the cutting locust left, the swarming locust has eaten. What the swarming locust left, the hopping locust has eaten, and what the hopping locust left, the destroying locust has eaten.” (Joel 1:4, ESV)\nJeremiah ‘I know the plans I have for you, the plans to give you a hope and a future’\nSOng: Feeling Tired: ‘Strenth will rise as they wait upon the Lord’\n\n
  • nabi: (315x), loan word from AkkADIAN to call. (active: to call, ... passive. seems like passive, one called, one appointed)\n\n\n\nyou would also get professional prophets, and court prophets, part of the ruling social class... this is why AMos 7.14 says ‘i am not a prophet or a son of a prophet’\n\nExamples. Jeremiah 1.4-10, see also Isaiah 6, Ezekiel 2\n\nseer: from the words to see. visionary experiece, access to the\nHeavenly Court: Jer 23.22 , Isaiah 6, Visions of God, Zech 3, Amos 3.7 \nObjects: Jeremiah 1.11-13\nalso Zechariah\n The Horsemen (1:7-17)\nThe Horns & the Craftsmen (1:18-21)\nThe Man with the Ruler (2:1-13)\nJoshua, the High Priest & Satan (3:1-10)\nThe Lampstand and Olive trees (4:1-14)\nThe Flying Scroll (5:1-4)\nThe Woman in a Basket (5:5-11)\nThe Four Chariots (6:1-15)\n\nFuture: foretellign and forthtelling \nYHWH will bring a Davidic King, YHWH himself will co\n\nMalachi 3.1...... Isaiah 40.3 fulfilled in Jesus.\n\nProphetes: someone inspired to proclaim or reveal divine will. \n\nTake Amos... shepherd .. writing in a time of economic stability , but it was also a time of idotry, extravangence and corruption. The rich and powerful were opressing the poor. Amos denounces the people for their apostasy and injustice Amos 2.6-16\n\nSign Acts. Is. 20 (SERVANT walks naked and barefoot “so shall the king of Assyria lead away the Egyptian captives and the Cushite exiles, both the young and the old, naked and barefoot, with buttocks uncovered, the nakedness of Egypt.” (Isaiah 20:4, ESV)\n Jeremiah 13 bury loinclothes and leave them to rot 8 Then the word of the Lord came to me: 9 “Thus says the Lord: Even so will I spoil the pride of Judah and the great pride of Jerusalem. 10 This evil people, who refuse to hear my words, who stubbornly follow their own heart and have gone after other gods to serve them and worship them, shall be like this loincloth, which is good for nothing. 11 For as the loincloth clings to the waist of a man, so I made the whole house of Israel and the whole house of Judah cling to me, declares the Lord, that they might be for me a people, a name, a praise, and a glory, but they would not listen. ‘\nHosea: When the LORD began to speak by Hosea, the LORD said to Hosea: “Go, take yourself a wife of harlotry and children of harlotry, for the land has committed great harlotry by departing from the LORD.”\n\n Exekiel 12: suitcase conating belongings.. dig out of the city wall. When people ask ‘“Say, ‘I am a sign for you: as I have done, so shall it be done to them. They shall go into exile, into captivity.’” (Ezekiel 12:11, ESV)\n\n\nProphetess: Miriam (Ex. 15.19-22), Judges 4:4-5, Huldah 2Kings 22:14-17, Anna Luke 2.27-38. Also women as false prophets Nehemiah 6.12-14 and Rev 2.18-21 also in the eschaton when Joel 2.28-29//Acts \n
  • nabi: (315x), loan word from AkkADIAN to call. (active: to call, ... passive. seems like passive, one called, one appointed)\n\n\n\nyou would also get professional prophets, and court prophets, part of the ruling social class... this is why AMos 7.14 says ‘i am not a prophet or a son of a prophet’\n\nExamples. Jeremiah 1.4-10, see also Isaiah 6, Ezekiel 2\n\nseer: from the words to see. visionary experiece, access to the\nHeavenly Court: Jer 23.22 , Isaiah 6, Visions of God, Zech 3, Amos 3.7 \nObjects: Jeremiah 1.11-13\nalso Zechariah\n The Horsemen (1:7-17)\nThe Horns & the Craftsmen (1:18-21)\nThe Man with the Ruler (2:1-13)\nJoshua, the High Priest & Satan (3:1-10)\nThe Lampstand and Olive trees (4:1-14)\nThe Flying Scroll (5:1-4)\nThe Woman in a Basket (5:5-11)\nThe Four Chariots (6:1-15)\n\nFuture: foretellign and forthtelling \nYHWH will bring a Davidic King, YHWH himself will co\n\nMalachi 3.1...... Isaiah 40.3 fulfilled in Jesus.\n\nProphetes: someone inspired to proclaim or reveal divine will. \n\nTake Amos... shepherd .. writing in a time of economic stability , but it was also a time of idotry, extravangence and corruption. The rich and powerful were opressing the poor. Amos denounces the people for their apostasy and injustice Amos 2.6-16\n\nSign Acts. Is. 20 (SERVANT walks naked and barefoot “so shall the king of Assyria lead away the Egyptian captives and the Cushite exiles, both the young and the old, naked and barefoot, with buttocks uncovered, the nakedness of Egypt.” (Isaiah 20:4, ESV)\n Jeremiah 13 bury loinclothes and leave them to rot 8 Then the word of the Lord came to me: 9 “Thus says the Lord: Even so will I spoil the pride of Judah and the great pride of Jerusalem. 10 This evil people, who refuse to hear my words, who stubbornly follow their own heart and have gone after other gods to serve them and worship them, shall be like this loincloth, which is good for nothing. 11 For as the loincloth clings to the waist of a man, so I made the whole house of Israel and the whole house of Judah cling to me, declares the Lord, that they might be for me a people, a name, a praise, and a glory, but they would not listen. ‘\nHosea: When the LORD began to speak by Hosea, the LORD said to Hosea: “Go, take yourself a wife of harlotry and children of harlotry, for the land has committed great harlotry by departing from the LORD.”\n\n Exekiel 12: suitcase conating belongings.. dig out of the city wall. When people ask ‘“Say, ‘I am a sign for you: as I have done, so shall it be done to them. They shall go into exile, into captivity.’” (Ezekiel 12:11, ESV)\n\n\nProphetess: Miriam (Ex. 15.19-22), Judges 4:4-5, Huldah 2Kings 22:14-17, Anna Luke 2.27-38. Also women as false prophets Nehemiah 6.12-14 and Rev 2.18-21 also in the eschaton when Joel 2.28-29//Acts \n
  • nabi: (315x), loan word from AkkADIAN to call. (active: to call, ... passive. seems like passive, one called, one appointed)\n\n\n\nyou would also get professional prophets, and court prophets, part of the ruling social class... this is why AMos 7.14 says ‘i am not a prophet or a son of a prophet’\n\nExamples. Jeremiah 1.4-10, see also Isaiah 6, Ezekiel 2\n\nseer: from the words to see. visionary experiece, access to the\nHeavenly Court: Jer 23.22 , Isaiah 6, Visions of God, Zech 3, Amos 3.7 \nObjects: Jeremiah 1.11-13\nalso Zechariah\n The Horsemen (1:7-17)\nThe Horns & the Craftsmen (1:18-21)\nThe Man with the Ruler (2:1-13)\nJoshua, the High Priest & Satan (3:1-10)\nThe Lampstand and Olive trees (4:1-14)\nThe Flying Scroll (5:1-4)\nThe Woman in a Basket (5:5-11)\nThe Four Chariots (6:1-15)\n\nFuture: foretellign and forthtelling \nYHWH will bring a Davidic King, YHWH himself will co\n\nMalachi 3.1...... Isaiah 40.3 fulfilled in Jesus.\n\nProphetes: someone inspired to proclaim or reveal divine will. \n\nTake Amos... shepherd .. writing in a time of economic stability , but it was also a time of idotry, extravangence and corruption. The rich and powerful were opressing the poor. Amos denounces the people for their apostasy and injustice Amos 2.6-16\n\nSign Acts. Is. 20 (SERVANT walks naked and barefoot “so shall the king of Assyria lead away the Egyptian captives and the Cushite exiles, both the young and the old, naked and barefoot, with buttocks uncovered, the nakedness of Egypt.” (Isaiah 20:4, ESV)\n Jeremiah 13 bury loinclothes and leave them to rot 8 Then the word of the Lord came to me: 9 “Thus says the Lord: Even so will I spoil the pride of Judah and the great pride of Jerusalem. 10 This evil people, who refuse to hear my words, who stubbornly follow their own heart and have gone after other gods to serve them and worship them, shall be like this loincloth, which is good for nothing. 11 For as the loincloth clings to the waist of a man, so I made the whole house of Israel and the whole house of Judah cling to me, declares the Lord, that they might be for me a people, a name, a praise, and a glory, but they would not listen. ‘\nHosea: When the LORD began to speak by Hosea, the LORD said to Hosea: “Go, take yourself a wife of harlotry and children of harlotry, for the land has committed great harlotry by departing from the LORD.”\n\n Exekiel 12: suitcase conating belongings.. dig out of the city wall. When people ask ‘“Say, ‘I am a sign for you: as I have done, so shall it be done to them. They shall go into exile, into captivity.’” (Ezekiel 12:11, ESV)\n\n\nProphetess: Miriam (Ex. 15.19-22), Judges 4:4-5, Huldah 2Kings 22:14-17, Anna Luke 2.27-38. Also women as false prophets Nehemiah 6.12-14 and Rev 2.18-21 also in the eschaton when Joel 2.28-29//Acts \n
  • nabi: (315x), loan word from AkkADIAN to call. (active: to call, ... passive. seems like passive, one called, one appointed)\n\n\n\nyou would also get professional prophets, and court prophets, part of the ruling social class... this is why AMos 7.14 says ‘i am not a prophet or a son of a prophet’\n\nExamples. Jeremiah 1.4-10, see also Isaiah 6, Ezekiel 2\n\nseer: from the words to see. visionary experiece, access to the\nHeavenly Court: Jer 23.22 , Isaiah 6, Visions of God, Zech 3, Amos 3.7 \nObjects: Jeremiah 1.11-13\nalso Zechariah\n The Horsemen (1:7-17)\nThe Horns & the Craftsmen (1:18-21)\nThe Man with the Ruler (2:1-13)\nJoshua, the High Priest & Satan (3:1-10)\nThe Lampstand and Olive trees (4:1-14)\nThe Flying Scroll (5:1-4)\nThe Woman in a Basket (5:5-11)\nThe Four Chariots (6:1-15)\n\nFuture: foretellign and forthtelling \nYHWH will bring a Davidic King, YHWH himself will co\n\nMalachi 3.1...... Isaiah 40.3 fulfilled in Jesus.\n\nProphetes: someone inspired to proclaim or reveal divine will. \n\nTake Amos... shepherd .. writing in a time of economic stability , but it was also a time of idotry, extravangence and corruption. The rich and powerful were opressing the poor. Amos denounces the people for their apostasy and injustice Amos 2.6-16\n\nSign Acts. Is. 20 (SERVANT walks naked and barefoot “so shall the king of Assyria lead away the Egyptian captives and the Cushite exiles, both the young and the old, naked and barefoot, with buttocks uncovered, the nakedness of Egypt.” (Isaiah 20:4, ESV)\n Jeremiah 13 bury loinclothes and leave them to rot 8 Then the word of the Lord came to me: 9 “Thus says the Lord: Even so will I spoil the pride of Judah and the great pride of Jerusalem. 10 This evil people, who refuse to hear my words, who stubbornly follow their own heart and have gone after other gods to serve them and worship them, shall be like this loincloth, which is good for nothing. 11 For as the loincloth clings to the waist of a man, so I made the whole house of Israel and the whole house of Judah cling to me, declares the Lord, that they might be for me a people, a name, a praise, and a glory, but they would not listen. ‘\nHosea: When the LORD began to speak by Hosea, the LORD said to Hosea: “Go, take yourself a wife of harlotry and children of harlotry, for the land has committed great harlotry by departing from the LORD.”\n\n Exekiel 12: suitcase conating belongings.. dig out of the city wall. When people ask ‘“Say, ‘I am a sign for you: as I have done, so shall it be done to them. They shall go into exile, into captivity.’” (Ezekiel 12:11, ESV)\n\n\nProphetess: Miriam (Ex. 15.19-22), Judges 4:4-5, Huldah 2Kings 22:14-17, Anna Luke 2.27-38. Also women as false prophets Nehemiah 6.12-14 and Rev 2.18-21 also in the eschaton when Joel 2.28-29//Acts \n
  • nabi: (315x), loan word from AkkADIAN to call. (active: to call, ... passive. seems like passive, one called, one appointed)\n\n\n\nyou would also get professional prophets, and court prophets, part of the ruling social class... this is why AMos 7.14 says ‘i am not a prophet or a son of a prophet’\n\nExamples. Jeremiah 1.4-10, see also Isaiah 6, Ezekiel 2\n\nseer: from the words to see. visionary experiece, access to the\nHeavenly Court: Jer 23.22 , Isaiah 6, Visions of God, Zech 3, Amos 3.7 \nObjects: Jeremiah 1.11-13\nalso Zechariah\n The Horsemen (1:7-17)\nThe Horns & the Craftsmen (1:18-21)\nThe Man with the Ruler (2:1-13)\nJoshua, the High Priest & Satan (3:1-10)\nThe Lampstand and Olive trees (4:1-14)\nThe Flying Scroll (5:1-4)\nThe Woman in a Basket (5:5-11)\nThe Four Chariots (6:1-15)\n\nFuture: foretellign and forthtelling \nYHWH will bring a Davidic King, YHWH himself will co\n\nMalachi 3.1...... Isaiah 40.3 fulfilled in Jesus.\n\nProphetes: someone inspired to proclaim or reveal divine will. \n\nTake Amos... shepherd .. writing in a time of economic stability , but it was also a time of idotry, extravangence and corruption. The rich and powerful were opressing the poor. Amos denounces the people for their apostasy and injustice Amos 2.6-16\n\nSign Acts. Is. 20 (SERVANT walks naked and barefoot “so shall the king of Assyria lead away the Egyptian captives and the Cushite exiles, both the young and the old, naked and barefoot, with buttocks uncovered, the nakedness of Egypt.” (Isaiah 20:4, ESV)\n Jeremiah 13 bury loinclothes and leave them to rot 8 Then the word of the Lord came to me: 9 “Thus says the Lord: Even so will I spoil the pride of Judah and the great pride of Jerusalem. 10 This evil people, who refuse to hear my words, who stubbornly follow their own heart and have gone after other gods to serve them and worship them, shall be like this loincloth, which is good for nothing. 11 For as the loincloth clings to the waist of a man, so I made the whole house of Israel and the whole house of Judah cling to me, declares the Lord, that they might be for me a people, a name, a praise, and a glory, but they would not listen. ‘\nHosea: When the LORD began to speak by Hosea, the LORD said to Hosea: “Go, take yourself a wife of harlotry and children of harlotry, for the land has committed great harlotry by departing from the LORD.”\n\n Exekiel 12: suitcase conating belongings.. dig out of the city wall. When people ask ‘“Say, ‘I am a sign for you: as I have done, so shall it be done to them. They shall go into exile, into captivity.’” (Ezekiel 12:11, ESV)\n\n\nProphetess: Miriam (Ex. 15.19-22), Judges 4:4-5, Huldah 2Kings 22:14-17, Anna Luke 2.27-38. Also women as false prophets Nehemiah 6.12-14 and Rev 2.18-21 also in the eschaton when Joel 2.28-29//Acts \n
  • nabi: (315x), loan word from AkkADIAN to call. (active: to call, ... passive. seems like passive, one called, one appointed)\n\n\n\nyou would also get professional prophets, and court prophets, part of the ruling social class... this is why AMos 7.14 says ‘i am not a prophet or a son of a prophet’\n\nExamples. Jeremiah 1.4-10, see also Isaiah 6, Ezekiel 2\n\nseer: from the words to see. visionary experiece, access to the\nHeavenly Court: Jer 23.22 , Isaiah 6, Visions of God, Zech 3, Amos 3.7 \nObjects: Jeremiah 1.11-13\nalso Zechariah\n The Horsemen (1:7-17)\nThe Horns & the Craftsmen (1:18-21)\nThe Man with the Ruler (2:1-13)\nJoshua, the High Priest & Satan (3:1-10)\nThe Lampstand and Olive trees (4:1-14)\nThe Flying Scroll (5:1-4)\nThe Woman in a Basket (5:5-11)\nThe Four Chariots (6:1-15)\n\nFuture: foretellign and forthtelling \nYHWH will bring a Davidic King, YHWH himself will co\n\nMalachi 3.1...... Isaiah 40.3 fulfilled in Jesus.\n\nProphetes: someone inspired to proclaim or reveal divine will. \n\nTake Amos... shepherd .. writing in a time of economic stability , but it was also a time of idotry, extravangence and corruption. The rich and powerful were opressing the poor. Amos denounces the people for their apostasy and injustice Amos 2.6-16\n\nSign Acts. Is. 20 (SERVANT walks naked and barefoot “so shall the king of Assyria lead away the Egyptian captives and the Cushite exiles, both the young and the old, naked and barefoot, with buttocks uncovered, the nakedness of Egypt.” (Isaiah 20:4, ESV)\n Jeremiah 13 bury loinclothes and leave them to rot 8 Then the word of the Lord came to me: 9 “Thus says the Lord: Even so will I spoil the pride of Judah and the great pride of Jerusalem. 10 This evil people, who refuse to hear my words, who stubbornly follow their own heart and have gone after other gods to serve them and worship them, shall be like this loincloth, which is good for nothing. 11 For as the loincloth clings to the waist of a man, so I made the whole house of Israel and the whole house of Judah cling to me, declares the Lord, that they might be for me a people, a name, a praise, and a glory, but they would not listen. ‘\nHosea: When the LORD began to speak by Hosea, the LORD said to Hosea: “Go, take yourself a wife of harlotry and children of harlotry, for the land has committed great harlotry by departing from the LORD.”\n\n Exekiel 12: suitcase conating belongings.. dig out of the city wall. When people ask ‘“Say, ‘I am a sign for you: as I have done, so shall it be done to them. They shall go into exile, into captivity.’” (Ezekiel 12:11, ESV)\n\n\nProphetess: Miriam (Ex. 15.19-22), Judges 4:4-5, Huldah 2Kings 22:14-17, Anna Luke 2.27-38. Also women as false prophets Nehemiah 6.12-14 and Rev 2.18-21 also in the eschaton when Joel 2.28-29//Acts \n
  • nabi: (315x), loan word from AkkADIAN to call. (active: to call, ... passive. seems like passive, one called, one appointed)\n\n\n\nyou would also get professional prophets, and court prophets, part of the ruling social class... this is why AMos 7.14 says ‘i am not a prophet or a son of a prophet’\n\nExamples. Jeremiah 1.4-10, see also Isaiah 6, Ezekiel 2\n\nseer: from the words to see. visionary experiece, access to the\nHeavenly Court: Jer 23.22 , Isaiah 6, Visions of God, Zech 3, Amos 3.7 \nObjects: Jeremiah 1.11-13\nalso Zechariah\n The Horsemen (1:7-17)\nThe Horns & the Craftsmen (1:18-21)\nThe Man with the Ruler (2:1-13)\nJoshua, the High Priest & Satan (3:1-10)\nThe Lampstand and Olive trees (4:1-14)\nThe Flying Scroll (5:1-4)\nThe Woman in a Basket (5:5-11)\nThe Four Chariots (6:1-15)\n\nFuture: foretellign and forthtelling \nYHWH will bring a Davidic King, YHWH himself will co\n\nMalachi 3.1...... Isaiah 40.3 fulfilled in Jesus.\n\nProphetes: someone inspired to proclaim or reveal divine will. \n\nTake Amos... shepherd .. writing in a time of economic stability , but it was also a time of idotry, extravangence and corruption. The rich and powerful were opressing the poor. Amos denounces the people for their apostasy and injustice Amos 2.6-16\n\nSign Acts. Is. 20 (SERVANT walks naked and barefoot “so shall the king of Assyria lead away the Egyptian captives and the Cushite exiles, both the young and the old, naked and barefoot, with buttocks uncovered, the nakedness of Egypt.” (Isaiah 20:4, ESV)\n Jeremiah 13 bury loinclothes and leave them to rot 8 Then the word of the Lord came to me: 9 “Thus says the Lord: Even so will I spoil the pride of Judah and the great pride of Jerusalem. 10 This evil people, who refuse to hear my words, who stubbornly follow their own heart and have gone after other gods to serve them and worship them, shall be like this loincloth, which is good for nothing. 11 For as the loincloth clings to the waist of a man, so I made the whole house of Israel and the whole house of Judah cling to me, declares the Lord, that they might be for me a people, a name, a praise, and a glory, but they would not listen. ‘\nHosea: When the LORD began to speak by Hosea, the LORD said to Hosea: “Go, take yourself a wife of harlotry and children of harlotry, for the land has committed great harlotry by departing from the LORD.”\n\n Exekiel 12: suitcase conating belongings.. dig out of the city wall. When people ask ‘“Say, ‘I am a sign for you: as I have done, so shall it be done to them. They shall go into exile, into captivity.’” (Ezekiel 12:11, ESV)\n\n\nProphetess: Miriam (Ex. 15.19-22), Judges 4:4-5, Huldah 2Kings 22:14-17, Anna Luke 2.27-38. Also women as false prophets Nehemiah 6.12-14 and Rev 2.18-21 also in the eschaton when Joel 2.28-29//Acts \n
  • nabi: (315x), loan word from AkkADIAN to call. (active: to call, ... passive. seems like passive, one called, one appointed)\n\n\n\nyou would also get professional prophets, and court prophets, part of the ruling social class... this is why AMos 7.14 says ‘i am not a prophet or a son of a prophet’\n\nExamples. Jeremiah 1.4-10, see also Isaiah 6, Ezekiel 2\n\nseer: from the words to see. visionary experiece, access to the\nHeavenly Court: Jer 23.22 , Isaiah 6, Visions of God, Zech 3, Amos 3.7 \nObjects: Jeremiah 1.11-13\nalso Zechariah\n The Horsemen (1:7-17)\nThe Horns & the Craftsmen (1:18-21)\nThe Man with the Ruler (2:1-13)\nJoshua, the High Priest & Satan (3:1-10)\nThe Lampstand and Olive trees (4:1-14)\nThe Flying Scroll (5:1-4)\nThe Woman in a Basket (5:5-11)\nThe Four Chariots (6:1-15)\n\nFuture: foretellign and forthtelling \nYHWH will bring a Davidic King, YHWH himself will co\n\nMalachi 3.1...... Isaiah 40.3 fulfilled in Jesus.\n\nProphetes: someone inspired to proclaim or reveal divine will. \n\nTake Amos... shepherd .. writing in a time of economic stability , but it was also a time of idotry, extravangence and corruption. The rich and powerful were opressing the poor. Amos denounces the people for their apostasy and injustice Amos 2.6-16\n\nSign Acts. Is. 20 (SERVANT walks naked and barefoot “so shall the king of Assyria lead away the Egyptian captives and the Cushite exiles, both the young and the old, naked and barefoot, with buttocks uncovered, the nakedness of Egypt.” (Isaiah 20:4, ESV)\n Jeremiah 13 bury loinclothes and leave them to rot 8 Then the word of the Lord came to me: 9 “Thus says the Lord: Even so will I spoil the pride of Judah and the great pride of Jerusalem. 10 This evil people, who refuse to hear my words, who stubbornly follow their own heart and have gone after other gods to serve them and worship them, shall be like this loincloth, which is good for nothing. 11 For as the loincloth clings to the waist of a man, so I made the whole house of Israel and the whole house of Judah cling to me, declares the Lord, that they might be for me a people, a name, a praise, and a glory, but they would not listen. ‘\nHosea: When the LORD began to speak by Hosea, the LORD said to Hosea: “Go, take yourself a wife of harlotry and children of harlotry, for the land has committed great harlotry by departing from the LORD.”\n\n Exekiel 12: suitcase conating belongings.. dig out of the city wall. When people ask ‘“Say, ‘I am a sign for you: as I have done, so shall it be done to them. They shall go into exile, into captivity.’” (Ezekiel 12:11, ESV)\n\n\nProphetess: Miriam (Ex. 15.19-22), Judges 4:4-5, Huldah 2Kings 22:14-17, Anna Luke 2.27-38. Also women as false prophets Nehemiah 6.12-14 and Rev 2.18-21 also in the eschaton when Joel 2.28-29//Acts \n
  • nabi: (315x), loan word from AkkADIAN to call. (active: to call, ... passive. seems like passive, one called, one appointed)\n\n\n\nyou would also get professional prophets, and court prophets, part of the ruling social class... this is why AMos 7.14 says ‘i am not a prophet or a son of a prophet’\n\nExamples. Jeremiah 1.4-10, see also Isaiah 6, Ezekiel 2\n\nseer: from the words to see. visionary experiece, access to the\nHeavenly Court: Jer 23.22 , Isaiah 6, Visions of God, Zech 3, Amos 3.7 \nObjects: Jeremiah 1.11-13\nalso Zechariah\n The Horsemen (1:7-17)\nThe Horns & the Craftsmen (1:18-21)\nThe Man with the Ruler (2:1-13)\nJoshua, the High Priest & Satan (3:1-10)\nThe Lampstand and Olive trees (4:1-14)\nThe Flying Scroll (5:1-4)\nThe Woman in a Basket (5:5-11)\nThe Four Chariots (6:1-15)\n\nFuture: foretellign and forthtelling \nYHWH will bring a Davidic King, YHWH himself will co\n\nMalachi 3.1...... Isaiah 40.3 fulfilled in Jesus.\n\nProphetes: someone inspired to proclaim or reveal divine will. \n\nTake Amos... shepherd .. writing in a time of economic stability , but it was also a time of idotry, extravangence and corruption. The rich and powerful were opressing the poor. Amos denounces the people for their apostasy and injustice Amos 2.6-16\n\nSign Acts. Is. 20 (SERVANT walks naked and barefoot “so shall the king of Assyria lead away the Egyptian captives and the Cushite exiles, both the young and the old, naked and barefoot, with buttocks uncovered, the nakedness of Egypt.” (Isaiah 20:4, ESV)\n Jeremiah 13 bury loinclothes and leave them to rot 8 Then the word of the Lord came to me: 9 “Thus says the Lord: Even so will I spoil the pride of Judah and the great pride of Jerusalem. 10 This evil people, who refuse to hear my words, who stubbornly follow their own heart and have gone after other gods to serve them and worship them, shall be like this loincloth, which is good for nothing. 11 For as the loincloth clings to the waist of a man, so I made the whole house of Israel and the whole house of Judah cling to me, declares the Lord, that they might be for me a people, a name, a praise, and a glory, but they would not listen. ‘\nHosea: When the LORD began to speak by Hosea, the LORD said to Hosea: “Go, take yourself a wife of harlotry and children of harlotry, for the land has committed great harlotry by departing from the LORD.”\n\n Exekiel 12: suitcase conating belongings.. dig out of the city wall. When people ask ‘“Say, ‘I am a sign for you: as I have done, so shall it be done to them. They shall go into exile, into captivity.’” (Ezekiel 12:11, ESV)\n\n\nProphetess: Miriam (Ex. 15.19-22), Judges 4:4-5, Huldah 2Kings 22:14-17, Anna Luke 2.27-38. Also women as false prophets Nehemiah 6.12-14 and Rev 2.18-21 also in the eschaton when Joel 2.28-29//Acts \n
  • nabi: (315x), loan word from AkkADIAN to call. (active: to call, ... passive. seems like passive, one called, one appointed)\n\n\n\nyou would also get professional prophets, and court prophets, part of the ruling social class... this is why AMos 7.14 says ‘i am not a prophet or a son of a prophet’\n\nExamples. Jeremiah 1.4-10, see also Isaiah 6, Ezekiel 2\n\nseer: from the words to see. visionary experiece, access to the\nHeavenly Court: Jer 23.22 , Isaiah 6, Visions of God, Zech 3, Amos 3.7 \nObjects: Jeremiah 1.11-13\nalso Zechariah\n The Horsemen (1:7-17)\nThe Horns & the Craftsmen (1:18-21)\nThe Man with the Ruler (2:1-13)\nJoshua, the High Priest & Satan (3:1-10)\nThe Lampstand and Olive trees (4:1-14)\nThe Flying Scroll (5:1-4)\nThe Woman in a Basket (5:5-11)\nThe Four Chariots (6:1-15)\n\nFuture: foretellign and forthtelling \nYHWH will bring a Davidic King, YHWH himself will co\n\nMalachi 3.1...... Isaiah 40.3 fulfilled in Jesus.\n\nProphetes: someone inspired to proclaim or reveal divine will. \n\nTake Amos... shepherd .. writing in a time of economic stability , but it was also a time of idotry, extravangence and corruption. The rich and powerful were opressing the poor. Amos denounces the people for their apostasy and injustice Amos 2.6-16\n\nSign Acts. Is. 20 (SERVANT walks naked and barefoot “so shall the king of Assyria lead away the Egyptian captives and the Cushite exiles, both the young and the old, naked and barefoot, with buttocks uncovered, the nakedness of Egypt.” (Isaiah 20:4, ESV)\n Jeremiah 13 bury loinclothes and leave them to rot 8 Then the word of the Lord came to me: 9 “Thus says the Lord: Even so will I spoil the pride of Judah and the great pride of Jerusalem. 10 This evil people, who refuse to hear my words, who stubbornly follow their own heart and have gone after other gods to serve them and worship them, shall be like this loincloth, which is good for nothing. 11 For as the loincloth clings to the waist of a man, so I made the whole house of Israel and the whole house of Judah cling to me, declares the Lord, that they might be for me a people, a name, a praise, and a glory, but they would not listen. ‘\nHosea: When the LORD began to speak by Hosea, the LORD said to Hosea: “Go, take yourself a wife of harlotry and children of harlotry, for the land has committed great harlotry by departing from the LORD.”\n\n Exekiel 12: suitcase conating belongings.. dig out of the city wall. When people ask ‘“Say, ‘I am a sign for you: as I have done, so shall it be done to them. They shall go into exile, into captivity.’” (Ezekiel 12:11, ESV)\n\n\nProphetess: Miriam (Ex. 15.19-22), Judges 4:4-5, Huldah 2Kings 22:14-17, Anna Luke 2.27-38. Also women as false prophets Nehemiah 6.12-14 and Rev 2.18-21 also in the eschaton when Joel 2.28-29//Acts \n
  • nabi: (315x), loan word from AkkADIAN to call. (active: to call, ... passive. seems like passive, one called, one appointed)\n\n\n\nyou would also get professional prophets, and court prophets, part of the ruling social class... this is why AMos 7.14 says ‘i am not a prophet or a son of a prophet’\n\nExamples. Jeremiah 1.4-10, see also Isaiah 6, Ezekiel 2\n\nseer: from the words to see. visionary experiece, access to the\nHeavenly Court: Jer 23.22 , Isaiah 6, Visions of God, Zech 3, Amos 3.7 \nObjects: Jeremiah 1.11-13\nalso Zechariah\n The Horsemen (1:7-17)\nThe Horns & the Craftsmen (1:18-21)\nThe Man with the Ruler (2:1-13)\nJoshua, the High Priest & Satan (3:1-10)\nThe Lampstand and Olive trees (4:1-14)\nThe Flying Scroll (5:1-4)\nThe Woman in a Basket (5:5-11)\nThe Four Chariots (6:1-15)\n\nFuture: foretellign and forthtelling \nYHWH will bring a Davidic King, YHWH himself will co\n\nMalachi 3.1...... Isaiah 40.3 fulfilled in Jesus.\n\nProphetes: someone inspired to proclaim or reveal divine will. \n\nTake Amos... shepherd .. writing in a time of economic stability , but it was also a time of idotry, extravangence and corruption. The rich and powerful were opressing the poor. Amos denounces the people for their apostasy and injustice Amos 2.6-16\n\nSign Acts. Is. 20 (SERVANT walks naked and barefoot “so shall the king of Assyria lead away the Egyptian captives and the Cushite exiles, both the young and the old, naked and barefoot, with buttocks uncovered, the nakedness of Egypt.” (Isaiah 20:4, ESV)\n Jeremiah 13 bury loinclothes and leave them to rot 8 Then the word of the Lord came to me: 9 “Thus says the Lord: Even so will I spoil the pride of Judah and the great pride of Jerusalem. 10 This evil people, who refuse to hear my words, who stubbornly follow their own heart and have gone after other gods to serve them and worship them, shall be like this loincloth, which is good for nothing. 11 For as the loincloth clings to the waist of a man, so I made the whole house of Israel and the whole house of Judah cling to me, declares the Lord, that they might be for me a people, a name, a praise, and a glory, but they would not listen. ‘\nHosea: When the LORD began to speak by Hosea, the LORD said to Hosea: “Go, take yourself a wife of harlotry and children of harlotry, for the land has committed great harlotry by departing from the LORD.”\n\n Exekiel 12: suitcase conating belongings.. dig out of the city wall. When people ask ‘“Say, ‘I am a sign for you: as I have done, so shall it be done to them. They shall go into exile, into captivity.’” (Ezekiel 12:11, ESV)\n\n\nProphetess: Miriam (Ex. 15.19-22), Judges 4:4-5, Huldah 2Kings 22:14-17, Anna Luke 2.27-38. Also women as false prophets Nehemiah 6.12-14 and Rev 2.18-21 also in the eschaton when Joel 2.28-29//Acts \n
  • Christian Canon: Prophetic Penatuech\nIsaiah, Jeremiah Ezekiel, Daniel, Book of Twelve (Hos to Mal)\n\nProphets come between the Law and The Writings.\nFormer Prophets include Joshua, Judges, Sam and Kings\nThe Latter Prophets: Isaiah, Jeremiah, Exekiel and the Tweleve\n
  • Christian Canon: Prophetic Penatuech\nIsaiah, Jeremiah Ezekiel, Daniel, Book of Twelve (Hos to Mal)\n\nProphets come between the Law and The Writings.\nFormer Prophets include Joshua, Judges, Sam and Kings\nThe Latter Prophets: Isaiah, Jeremiah, Exekiel and the Tweleve\n
  • Delivers: Speaks to the God’s People, some times to Kings, Sometime in the Temple Courts (Jeremiah 7) Sometimes to foreign nations\n\n\nJEREMIAH 26- 29, & 34-35 NARRARTIVE ABOUT JEREMIAHS LIFE\nORDER-STRUCTURE: EZEKIEL IS CHRONOLOGICAL Ezekiel provides date markers 13 times throughout the book. The prophecies of Ezekiel are, with one exception, presented in chronological order.\n\nOrder in the Canon: Is there significance that Malachi ends the canon....... book of the twelve.... roughly chronological (preexilic-- exilic)\n\n
  • Delivers: Speaks to the God’s People, some times to Kings, Sometime in the Temple Courts (Jeremiah 7) Sometimes to foreign nations\n\n\nJEREMIAH 26- 29, & 34-35 NARRARTIVE ABOUT JEREMIAHS LIFE\nORDER-STRUCTURE: EZEKIEL IS CHRONOLOGICAL Ezekiel provides date markers 13 times throughout the book. The prophecies of Ezekiel are, with one exception, presented in chronological order.\n\nOrder in the Canon: Is there significance that Malachi ends the canon....... book of the twelve.... roughly chronological (preexilic-- exilic)\n\n
  • Delivers: Speaks to the God’s People, some times to Kings, Sometime in the Temple Courts (Jeremiah 7) Sometimes to foreign nations\n\n\nJEREMIAH 26- 29, & 34-35 NARRARTIVE ABOUT JEREMIAHS LIFE\nORDER-STRUCTURE: EZEKIEL IS CHRONOLOGICAL Ezekiel provides date markers 13 times throughout the book. The prophecies of Ezekiel are, with one exception, presented in chronological order.\n\nOrder in the Canon: Is there significance that Malachi ends the canon....... book of the twelve.... roughly chronological (preexilic-- exilic)\n\n
  • Delivers: Speaks to the God’s People, some times to Kings, Sometime in the Temple Courts (Jeremiah 7) Sometimes to foreign nations\n\n\nJEREMIAH 26- 29, & 34-35 NARRARTIVE ABOUT JEREMIAHS LIFE\nORDER-STRUCTURE: EZEKIEL IS CHRONOLOGICAL Ezekiel provides date markers 13 times throughout the book. The prophecies of Ezekiel are, with one exception, presented in chronological order.\n\nOrder in the Canon: Is there significance that Malachi ends the canon....... book of the twelve.... roughly chronological (preexilic-- exilic)\n\n
  • \n\nBlessing and Cursing – The kinds of blessings that come for faithfulness are found in Leviticus 26:1-13,Deuteronomy 4:32-40, and Deuteronomy 28:1-14. Generally, these may be categorized as life, health, prosperity, agricultural abundance, respect, and safety. But these blessings are announced with a warning of curses (punishments) if Israel is not obedient and faithful to the covenant. The curses are found in Leviticus 26:14-39,Deuteronomy 4:15-28, and Deuteronomy 28:15-32:42. Generally, these may be categorized under ten “D’s”: death, disease, drought, dearth (shortage of supplies) , danger, destruction, defeat, deportation, destitution, and disgrace.\n
  • \n\nBlessing and Cursing – The kinds of blessings that come for faithfulness are found in Leviticus 26:1-13,Deuteronomy 4:32-40, and Deuteronomy 28:1-14. Generally, these may be categorized as life, health, prosperity, agricultural abundance, respect, and safety. But these blessings are announced with a warning of curses (punishments) if Israel is not obedient and faithful to the covenant. The curses are found in Leviticus 26:14-39,Deuteronomy 4:15-28, and Deuteronomy 28:15-32:42. Generally, these may be categorized under ten “D’s”: death, disease, drought, dearth (shortage of supplies) , danger, destruction, defeat, deportation, destitution, and disgrace.\n
  • \n\nBlessing and Cursing – The kinds of blessings that come for faithfulness are found in Leviticus 26:1-13,Deuteronomy 4:32-40, and Deuteronomy 28:1-14. Generally, these may be categorized as life, health, prosperity, agricultural abundance, respect, and safety. But these blessings are announced with a warning of curses (punishments) if Israel is not obedient and faithful to the covenant. The curses are found in Leviticus 26:14-39,Deuteronomy 4:15-28, and Deuteronomy 28:15-32:42. Generally, these may be categorized under ten “D’s”: death, disease, drought, dearth (shortage of supplies) , danger, destruction, defeat, deportation, destitution, and disgrace.\n
  • \n\nBlessing and Cursing – The kinds of blessings that come for faithfulness are found in Leviticus 26:1-13,Deuteronomy 4:32-40, and Deuteronomy 28:1-14. Generally, these may be categorized as life, health, prosperity, agricultural abundance, respect, and safety. But these blessings are announced with a warning of curses (punishments) if Israel is not obedient and faithful to the covenant. The curses are found in Leviticus 26:14-39,Deuteronomy 4:15-28, and Deuteronomy 28:15-32:42. Generally, these may be categorized under ten “D’s”: death, disease, drought, dearth (shortage of supplies) , danger, destruction, defeat, deportation, destitution, and disgrace.\n
  • \n\nBlessing and Cursing – The kinds of blessings that come for faithfulness are found in Leviticus 26:1-13,Deuteronomy 4:32-40, and Deuteronomy 28:1-14. Generally, these may be categorized as life, health, prosperity, agricultural abundance, respect, and safety. But these blessings are announced with a warning of curses (punishments) if Israel is not obedient and faithful to the covenant. The curses are found in Leviticus 26:14-39,Deuteronomy 4:15-28, and Deuteronomy 28:15-32:42. Generally, these may be categorized under ten “D’s”: death, disease, drought, dearth (shortage of supplies) , danger, destruction, defeat, deportation, destitution, and disgrace.\n
  • \n\nBlessing and Cursing – The kinds of blessings that come for faithfulness are found in Leviticus 26:1-13,Deuteronomy 4:32-40, and Deuteronomy 28:1-14. Generally, these may be categorized as life, health, prosperity, agricultural abundance, respect, and safety. But these blessings are announced with a warning of curses (punishments) if Israel is not obedient and faithful to the covenant. The curses are found in Leviticus 26:14-39,Deuteronomy 4:15-28, and Deuteronomy 28:15-32:42. Generally, these may be categorized under ten “D’s”: death, disease, drought, dearth (shortage of supplies) , danger, destruction, defeat, deportation, destitution, and disgrace.\n
  • Pre-Exilic: Northern (Isarael) and Judah (Southern) split.... Assyria the great global power is on the rise.\nAMos: judgement is coming to Israel.\nJonah: Jonah reminds Israel that they are to be the light to all the nations of the world and the mediator of God’s blessings.\nNahum: Nahum wrote to declare God’s righteous destruction upon the city of Nineveh and bring comfort to Judah.\nMicah: He witnessed the rise of Assyria and its destruction of Israel. Directed towards Judah.\nHosea: To Israel : Using his own marriage as an example, Hosea proclaimed God’s faithfulness to His people in spite of their sinfulness.\nZephaniah: Zephaniah’s purpose was to motivate Judah towards repentance before the impending judgment of the great Day of the Lord came upon them.\nAssyria is on the Rise: Israel Northern Kingdom was going through a period of prosperity... but Northern Kingdom is wicked, run by wicked leaders... all there kings are bad.\n\n
  • Pre-Exilic: Northern (Isarael) and Judah (Southern) split.... Assyria the great global power is on the rise.\nAMos: judgement is coming to Israel.\nJonah: Jonah reminds Israel that they are to be the light to all the nations of the world and the mediator of God’s blessings.\nNahum: Nahum wrote to declare God’s righteous destruction upon the city of Nineveh and bring comfort to Judah.\nMicah: He witnessed the rise of Assyria and its destruction of Israel. Directed towards Judah.\nHosea: To Israel : Using his own marriage as an example, Hosea proclaimed God’s faithfulness to His people in spite of their sinfulness.\nZephaniah: Zephaniah’s purpose was to motivate Judah towards repentance before the impending judgment of the great Day of the Lord came upon them.\nAssyria is on the Rise: Israel Northern Kingdom was going through a period of prosperity... but Northern Kingdom is wicked, run by wicked leaders... all there kings are bad.\n\n
  • Pre-Exilic: Northern (Isarael) and Judah (Southern) split.... Assyria the great global power is on the rise.\nAMos: judgement is coming to Israel.\nJonah: Jonah reminds Israel that they are to be the light to all the nations of the world and the mediator of God’s blessings.\nNahum: Nahum wrote to declare God’s righteous destruction upon the city of Nineveh and bring comfort to Judah.\nMicah: He witnessed the rise of Assyria and its destruction of Israel. Directed towards Judah.\nHosea: To Israel : Using his own marriage as an example, Hosea proclaimed God’s faithfulness to His people in spite of their sinfulness.\nZephaniah: Zephaniah’s purpose was to motivate Judah towards repentance before the impending judgment of the great Day of the Lord came upon them.\nAssyria is on the Rise: Israel Northern Kingdom was going through a period of prosperity... but Northern Kingdom is wicked, run by wicked leaders... all there kings are bad.\n\n
  • Pre-Exilic: Northern (Isarael) and Judah (Southern) split.... Assyria the great global power is on the rise.\nAMos: judgement is coming to Israel.\nJonah: Jonah reminds Israel that they are to be the light to all the nations of the world and the mediator of God’s blessings.\nNahum: Nahum wrote to declare God’s righteous destruction upon the city of Nineveh and bring comfort to Judah.\nMicah: He witnessed the rise of Assyria and its destruction of Israel. Directed towards Judah.\nHosea: To Israel : Using his own marriage as an example, Hosea proclaimed God’s faithfulness to His people in spite of their sinfulness.\nZephaniah: Zephaniah’s purpose was to motivate Judah towards repentance before the impending judgment of the great Day of the Lord came upon them.\nAssyria is on the Rise: Israel Northern Kingdom was going through a period of prosperity... but Northern Kingdom is wicked, run by wicked leaders... all there kings are bad.\n\n
  • \nWoe Oracle,... Hebrew ‘Hoy’... NRSV Renders as ALAS\n\n
  • \nWoe Oracle,... Hebrew ‘Hoy’... NRSV Renders as ALAS\n\n
  • Lawsuit\n\n
  • Taunt Song Against Babylon, Lady Babylon....\nNahum: \nNahum starts using this format in Chapter One, uses 11 letters, and then stops. If anyone owns a copy of The Jerusalem Bible, turn to the Book of Nahum and you will find the acrostic format wonderfully illustrated.\n
  • ‘A central feature of Hebrew Poetry is the extensive use us figurative language. Their figures of speech are some of the main weapons in the literary arsenal of the prophets. Indeed, figurative langauge is what makes the prophetic books so colourful and fascinating.\nAmos does not say. ‘God is angry’ rather he says ‘The lion has roared’\nIsaiah does not analyticallu discuss how terrible sin is and how wonderful forgiveness is; he announces ‘Thoguh your sins are as scarlet they shall be maade as white as snow’\n\nJeremiah is disgusted with with the nation of Judah’s unfaithfull attitude toward God and wants to convey some of the pain YHWH feels because Judah has left Yahweh for idols, so throughout the book he compares Judah to a an unfaithfull wife who has become a prostitue. \n‘You have lived as a prostitute with many lovers’ Jeremiah procliams, referring figurateibely, but emotionally, to Judah’s idolatry.\nrhetoric, emotiion, persuasion, \n\n
  • ‘A central feature of Hebrew Poetry is the extensive use us figurative language. Their figures of speech are some of the main weapons in the literary arsenal of the prophets. Indeed, figurative langauge is what makes the prophetic books so colourful and fascinating.\nAmos does not say. ‘God is angry’ rather he says ‘The lion has roared’\nIsaiah does not analyticallu discuss how terrible sin is and how wonderful forgiveness is; he announces ‘Thoguh your sins are as scarlet they shall be maade as white as snow’\n\nJeremiah is disgusted with with the nation of Judah’s unfaithfull attitude toward God and wants to convey some of the pain YHWH feels because Judah has left Yahweh for idols, so throughout the book he compares Judah to a an unfaithfull wife who has become a prostitue. \n‘You have lived as a prostitute with many lovers’ Jeremiah procliams, referring figurateibely, but emotionally, to Judah’s idolatry.\nrhetoric, emotiion, persuasion, \n\n
  • ‘A central feature of Hebrew Poetry is the extensive use us figurative language. Their figures of speech are some of the main weapons in the literary arsenal of the prophets. Indeed, figurative langauge is what makes the prophetic books so colourful and fascinating.\nAmos does not say. ‘God is angry’ rather he says ‘The lion has roared’\nIsaiah does not analyticallu discuss how terrible sin is and how wonderful forgiveness is; he announces ‘Thoguh your sins are as scarlet they shall be maade as white as snow’\n\nJeremiah is disgusted with with the nation of Judah’s unfaithfull attitude toward God and wants to convey some of the pain YHWH feels because Judah has left Yahweh for idols, so throughout the book he compares Judah to a an unfaithfull wife who has become a prostitue. \n‘You have lived as a prostitute with many lovers’ Jeremiah procliams, referring figurateibely, but emotionally, to Judah’s idolatry.\nrhetoric, emotiion, persuasion, \n\n
  • ‘A central feature of Hebrew Poetry is the extensive use us figurative language. Their figures of speech are some of the main weapons in the literary arsenal of the prophets. Indeed, figurative langauge is what makes the prophetic books so colourful and fascinating.\nAmos does not say. ‘God is angry’ rather he says ‘The lion has roared’\nIsaiah does not analyticallu discuss how terrible sin is and how wonderful forgiveness is; he announces ‘Thoguh your sins are as scarlet they shall be maade as white as snow’\n\nJeremiah is disgusted with with the nation of Judah’s unfaithfull attitude toward God and wants to convey some of the pain YHWH feels because Judah has left Yahweh for idols, so throughout the book he compares Judah to a an unfaithfull wife who has become a prostitue. \n‘You have lived as a prostitute with many lovers’ Jeremiah procliams, referring figurateibely, but emotionally, to Judah’s idolatry.\nrhetoric, emotiion, persuasion, \n\n
  • ‘A central feature of Hebrew Poetry is the extensive use us figurative language. Their figures of speech are some of the main weapons in the literary arsenal of the prophets. Indeed, figurative langauge is what makes the prophetic books so colourful and fascinating.\nAmos does not say. ‘God is angry’ rather he says ‘The lion has roared’\nIsaiah does not analyticallu discuss how terrible sin is and how wonderful forgiveness is; he announces ‘Thoguh your sins are as scarlet they shall be maade as white as snow’\n\nJeremiah is disgusted with with the nation of Judah’s unfaithfull attitude toward God and wants to convey some of the pain YHWH feels because Judah has left Yahweh for idols, so throughout the book he compares Judah to a an unfaithfull wife who has become a prostitue. \n‘You have lived as a prostitute with many lovers’ Jeremiah procliams, referring figurateibely, but emotionally, to Judah’s idolatry.\nrhetoric, emotiion, persuasion, \n\n
  • ‘A central feature of Hebrew Poetry is the extensive use us figurative language. Their figures of speech are some of the main weapons in the literary arsenal of the prophets. Indeed, figurative langauge is what makes the prophetic books so colourful and fascinating.\nAmos does not say. ‘God is angry’ rather he says ‘The lion has roared’\nIsaiah does not analyticallu discuss how terrible sin is and how wonderful forgiveness is; he announces ‘Thoguh your sins are as scarlet they shall be maade as white as snow’\n\nJeremiah is disgusted with with the nation of Judah’s unfaithfull attitude toward God and wants to convey some of the pain YHWH feels because Judah has left Yahweh for idols, so throughout the book he compares Judah to a an unfaithfull wife who has become a prostitue. \n‘You have lived as a prostitute with many lovers’ Jeremiah procliams, referring figurateibely, but emotionally, to Judah’s idolatry.\nrhetoric, emotiion, persuasion, \n\n
  • ‘A central feature of Hebrew Poetry is the extensive use us figurative language. Their figures of speech are some of the main weapons in the literary arsenal of the prophets. Indeed, figurative langauge is what makes the prophetic books so colourful and fascinating.\nAmos does not say. ‘God is angry’ rather he says ‘The lion has roared’\nIsaiah does not analyticallu discuss how terrible sin is and how wonderful forgiveness is; he announces ‘Thoguh your sins are as scarlet they shall be maade as white as snow’\n\nJeremiah is disgusted with with the nation of Judah’s unfaithfull attitude toward God and wants to convey some of the pain YHWH feels because Judah has left Yahweh for idols, so throughout the book he compares Judah to a an unfaithfull wife who has become a prostitue. \n‘You have lived as a prostitute with many lovers’ Jeremiah procliams, referring figurateibely, but emotionally, to Judah’s idolatry.\nrhetoric, emotiion, persuasion, \n\n
  • ‘A central feature of Hebrew Poetry is the extensive use us figurative language. Their figures of speech are some of the main weapons in the literary arsenal of the prophets. Indeed, figurative langauge is what makes the prophetic books so colourful and fascinating.\nAmos does not say. ‘God is angry’ rather he says ‘The lion has roared’\nIsaiah does not analyticallu discuss how terrible sin is and how wonderful forgiveness is; he announces ‘Thoguh your sins are as scarlet they shall be maade as white as snow’\n\nJeremiah is disgusted with with the nation of Judah’s unfaithfull attitude toward God and wants to convey some of the pain YHWH feels because Judah has left Yahweh for idols, so throughout the book he compares Judah to a an unfaithfull wife who has become a prostitue. \n‘You have lived as a prostitute with many lovers’ Jeremiah procliams, referring figurateibely, but emotionally, to Judah’s idolatry.\nrhetoric, emotiion, persuasion, \n\n
  • ‘A central feature of Hebrew Poetry is the extensive use us figurative language. Their figures of speech are some of the main weapons in the literary arsenal of the prophets. Indeed, figurative langauge is what makes the prophetic books so colourful and fascinating.\nAmos does not say. ‘God is angry’ rather he says ‘The lion has roared’\nIsaiah does not analyticallu discuss how terrible sin is and how wonderful forgiveness is; he announces ‘Thoguh your sins are as scarlet they shall be maade as white as snow’\n\nJeremiah is disgusted with with the nation of Judah’s unfaithfull attitude toward God and wants to convey some of the pain YHWH feels because Judah has left Yahweh for idols, so throughout the book he compares Judah to a an unfaithfull wife who has become a prostitue. \n‘You have lived as a prostitute with many lovers’ Jeremiah procliams, referring figurateibely, but emotionally, to Judah’s idolatry.\nrhetoric, emotiion, persuasion, \n\n
  • LOCUST: \n“What the cutting locust left, the swarming locust has eaten. What the swarming locust left, the hopping locust has eaten, and what the hopping locust left, the destroying locust has eaten.” (Joel 1:4, ESV)\nJeremiah ‘I know the plans I have for you, the plans to give you a hope and a future’\nSOng: Feeling Tired: ‘Strenth will rise as they wait upon the Lord’\n\n
  • LOCUST: \n“What the cutting locust left, the swarming locust has eaten. What the swarming locust left, the hopping locust has eaten, and what the hopping locust left, the destroying locust has eaten.” (Joel 1:4, ESV)\nJeremiah ‘I know the plans I have for you, the plans to give you a hope and a future’\nSOng: Feeling Tired: ‘Strenth will rise as they wait upon the Lord’\n\n
  • LOCUST: \n“What the cutting locust left, the swarming locust has eaten. What the swarming locust left, the hopping locust has eaten, and what the hopping locust left, the destroying locust has eaten.” (Joel 1:4, ESV)\nJeremiah ‘I know the plans I have for you, the plans to give you a hope and a future’\nSOng: Feeling Tired: ‘Strenth will rise as they wait upon the Lord’\n\n
  • LOCUST: \n“What the cutting locust left, the swarming locust has eaten. What the swarming locust left, the hopping locust has eaten, and what the hopping locust left, the destroying locust has eaten.” (Joel 1:4, ESV)\nJeremiah ‘I know the plans I have for you, the plans to give you a hope and a future’\nSOng: Feeling Tired: ‘Strenth will rise as they wait upon the Lord’\n\n
  • LOCUST: \n“What the cutting locust left, the swarming locust has eaten. What the swarming locust left, the hopping locust has eaten, and what the hopping locust left, the destroying locust has eaten.” (Joel 1:4, ESV)\nJeremiah ‘I know the plans I have for you, the plans to give you a hope and a future’\nSOng: Feeling Tired: ‘Strenth will rise as they wait upon the Lord’\n\n
  • LOCUST: \n“What the cutting locust left, the swarming locust has eaten. What the swarming locust left, the hopping locust has eaten, and what the hopping locust left, the destroying locust has eaten.” (Joel 1:4, ESV)\nJeremiah ‘I know the plans I have for you, the plans to give you a hope and a future’\nSOng: Feeling Tired: ‘Strenth will rise as they wait upon the Lord’\n\n

SOT: Session 1-Introduction to the Prophets SOT: Session 1-Introduction to the Prophets Presentation Transcript

  • PROJECT SESSION ONE: THE PROPHETSDATE LOCATION 26TH FEB 2012 ST GEORGES’ CHURCH, LEEDS
  • PROJECT SESSION ONE: THE PROPHETSDATE LOCATION 26TH FEB 2012 ST GEORGES’ CHURCH, LEEDS
  • PROJECT SESSION ONE: THE PROPHETSDATE LOCATION 26TH FEB 2012 ST GEORGES’ CHURCH, LEEDS
  • PROJECT SESSION ONE: THE PROPHETSDATE LOCATION 26TH FEB 2012 ST GEORGES’ CHURCH, LEEDS
  • PROJECT SESSION ONE: THE PROPHETSDATE LOCATION 26TH FEB 2012 ST GEORGES’ CHURCH, LEEDS
  • PROJECT SESSION ONE: THE PROPHETSDATE LOCATION 26TH FEB 2012 ST GEORGES’ CHURCH, LEEDS
  • PROJECT SESSION ONE: THE PROPHETSDATE LOCATION 26TH FEB 2012 ST GEORGES’ CHURCH, LEEDS
  • What is a Prophet?
  • What is a Prophet?nābîʾ TO CALL/ONE CALLED,
  • What is a Prophet?nābîʾ TO CALL/ONE CALLED,ḥōzeh/ rōʾeh SEER/VISIONARY
  • What is a Prophet?nābîʾ TO CALL/ONE CALLED,ḥōzeh/ rōʾeh SEER/VISIONARY1 Samuel 9:9 (ESV)9 (Formerly in Israel, when aman went to inquire of God,he said, “Come, let us go tothe seer,” for today’s“prophet”(nābîʾ) wasformerly called a seer(rōʾeh.)
  • What is a Prophet?nābîʾ TO CALL/ONE CALLED,ḥōzeh/ rōʾeh SEER/VISIONARY1 Samuel 9:9 (ESV) •Heavenly Court/Visions of God9 (Formerly in Israel, when aman went to inquire of God,he said, “Come, let us go tothe seer,” for today’s“prophet”(nābîʾ) wasformerly called a seer(rōʾeh.)
  • What is a Prophet?nābîʾ TO CALL/ONE CALLED,ḥōzeh/ rōʾeh SEER/VISIONARY1 Samuel 9:9 (ESV) •Heavenly Court/Visions of God9 (Formerly in Israel, when a •Objectsman went to inquire of God,he said, “Come, let us go tothe seer,” for today’s“prophet”(nābîʾ) wasformerly called a seer(rōʾeh.)
  • What is a Prophet?nābîʾ TO CALL/ONE CALLED,ḥōzeh/ rōʾeh SEER/VISIONARY1 Samuel 9:9 (ESV) •Heavenly Court/Visions of God9 (Formerly in Israel, when a •Objectsman went to inquire of God, •Future (Handle with Care)he said, “Come, let us go tothe seer,” for today’s“prophet”(nābîʾ) wasformerly called a seer(rōʾeh.)
  • What is a Prophet?nābîʾ TO CALL/ONE CALLED,ḥōzeh/ rōʾeh SEER/VISIONARY •Heavenly Court/Visions of God •Objects •Future (Handle with Care)
  • What is a Prophet?nābîʾ TO CALL/ONE CALLED,ḥōzeh/ rōʾeh SEER/VISIONARY •Heavenly Court/Visions of God •Objects •Future (Handle with Care) prophētēs TO PROCLAIM OR REVEAL DIVINE WILL
  • What is a Prophet?nābîʾ TO CALL/ONE CALLED,ḥōzeh/ rōʾeh SEER/VISIONARY •Heavenly Court/Visions of God •Objects •Future (Handle with Care) prophētēs TO PROCLAIM OR REVEAL DIVINE WILL •SPEECH/SERMONS/SONGS/TAUNTS
  • What is a Prophet?nābîʾ TO CALL/ONE CALLED,ḥōzeh/ rōʾeh SEER/VISIONARY •Heavenly Court/Visions of God •Objects •Future (Handle with Care) prophētēs TO PROCLAIM OR REVEAL DIVINE WILL •SPEECH/SERMONS/SONGS/TAUNTS •SIGN ACTS
  • What is a Prophet? nābîʾ TO CALL/ONE CALLED, ḥōzeh/ rōʾeh SEER/VISIONARY •Heavenly Court/Visions of God •Objects •Future (Handle with Care) prophētēs TO PROCLAIM OR REVEAL DIVINE WILL •SPEECH/SERMONS/SONGS/TAUNTS •SIGN ACTS‘THE PROPHET STOOD BEFORE MEN, AS A MANWHO HAD BEEN MADE TO STAND BEFORE GOD’ NBD
  • Hebrew CanonProphets come between the Law andThe Writings.•Former Prophets include Joshua,Judges, Sam and Kings•The Latter Prophets: Isaiah, Jeremiah,Exekiel and the Twelve
  • Hebrew Canon Prophets come between the Law and The Writings. •Former Prophets include Joshua, Judges, Sam and Kings •The Latter Prophets: Isaiah, Jeremiah, Exekiel and the Twelve Christian CanonProphetic Pentatuech •Isaiah •Jeremiah •Ezekiel •Daniel •Book of the Twelve (Hosea-Malachi)
  • Stages in Formation of Prophetic Literature
  • Stages in Formation of Prophetic Literature Oracles Prophet Delivers
  • Stages in Formation of Prophetic Literature Prophet Delivers Oracles Oracles are recorded arranged and sometimes framed with titles, accounts, etc.
  • Stages in Formation of Prophetic Literature Prophet Delivers Oracles Oracles are recorded arranged and sometimes framed with titles, accounts, etc.
  • Stages in Formation of Prophetic Literature Prophet Delivers Oracles Oracles are recorded arranged and sometimes framed with titles, accounts, etc. Collected in The Canon
  • HOW DO WE APPROACH THE PROPHETS?
  • HOW DO WE APPROACH THE PROPHETS? Part of Biblical Story (Canonical)
  • Part of Biblical Story (Canonical) CREATIONHOW DO WE APPROACH THE PROPHETS? CHAOS CALLING & COVENANT EXODUS & SINAI CONQUEST LAND, KINGSHIP, TEMPLE
  • Part of Biblical Story (Canonical) CREATION Deuteronomy 30:1–3 (ESV)“And when allHOW DO WE APPROACH THE PROPHETS? these things come upon you, the blessing and the curse, which I have set before CHAOS you, and you call them to mind among all the nations where the Lord your God has driven you, 2 and return to the Lord your CALLING & COVENANT God, you and your children, and obey his voice in all that I command you today, with all your heart and with all your soul, 3 then the Lord your God will restore your EXODUS & SINAI fortunes and have mercy on you, and he will gather you again from all the peoples where the Lord your God has scattered you. CONQUEST LAND, KINGSHIP, TEMPLE
  • Part of Biblical Story (Canonical) CREATION Deuteronomy 30:1–3 (ESV)“And when allHOW DO WE APPROACH THE PROPHETS? these things come upon you, the blessing and the curse, which I have set before CHAOS you, and you call them to mind among all the nations where the Lord your God has driven you, 2 and return to the Lord your CALLING & COVENANT God, you and your children, and obey his voice in all that I command you today, with all your heart and with all your soul, 3 then the Lord your God will restore your EXODUS & SINAI fortunes and have mercy on you, and he will gather you again from all the peoples where the Lord your God has scattered you. CONQUEST LAND, KINGSHIP, TEMPLE BLESSING & CURSES: JUDGEMENT, REPENTANCE AND SALVATION
  • Part of Biblical Story (Canonical) CREATION Deuteronomy 30:1–3 (ESV)“And when allHOW DO WE APPROACH THE PROPHETS? these things come upon you, the blessing and the curse, which I have set before CHAOS you, and you call them to mind among all the nations where the Lord your God has driven you, 2 and return to the Lord your CALLING & COVENANT God, you and your children, and obey his voice in all that I command you today, with all your heart and with all your soul, 3 then the Lord your God will restore your EXODUS & SINAI fortunes and have mercy on you, and he will gather you again from all the peoples where the Lord your God has scattered you. CONQUEST LAND, KINGSHIP, TEMPLE Covenant Enforcement Mediators BLESSING & CURSES: JUDGEMENT, REPENTANCE AND SALVATION
  • HOW DO WE APPROACH THE PROPHETS? Locating Prophet/Oracle Within History
  • Locating Prophet/Oracle Within History Pre-Exilic Pre-Exilic Exilic Post-ExilicHOW DO WE APPROACH THE PROPHETS? Prophets of Prophets of Prophets Prophets Neo- the Neo- (597-539BC) Assyrian Babylonian (750-612 BC) Period (612-597) Jonah(A), Jeremiah (J), Amos(I), Habakkuk (J), Haggai, Hosea(I), Daniel Ezekiel, Zechariah, Micah(J) , Second Isaiah, Third Isaiah, First Isaiah (J), Obadiah (E), Malachi, Nahum (A) Joel? Zephaniah(J)
  • Locating Prophet/Oracle Within History Pre-Exilic Pre-Exilic Exilic Post-ExilicHOW DO WE APPROACH THE PROPHETS? Prophets of Prophets of Prophets Prophets Neo- the Neo- (597-539BC) Assyrian Babylonian (750-612 BC) Period (612-597) Jonah(A), Jeremiah (J), Amos(I), Habakkuk (J), Haggai, Hosea(I), Daniel Ezekiel, Zechariah, Micah(J) , Second Isaiah, Third Isaiah, First Isaiah (J), Obadiah (E), Malachi, Nahum (A) Joel? Zephaniah(J)
  • Locating Prophet/Oracle Within History Pre-Exilic Pre-Exilic Exilic Post-ExilicHOW DO WE APPROACH THE PROPHETS? Prophets of Prophets of Prophets Prophets Neo- the Neo- (597-539BC) Assyrian Babylonian (750-612 BC) Period (612-597) Jonah(A), Jeremiah (J), Amos(I), Habakkuk (J), Haggai, Hosea(I), Daniel Ezekiel, Zechariah, Micah(J) , Second Isaiah, Third Isaiah, First Isaiah (J), Obadiah (E), Malachi, Nahum (A) Joel? Zephaniah(J)
  • Locating Prophet/Oracle Within History Pre-Exilic Pre-Exilic Exilic Post-ExilicHOW DO WE APPROACH THE PROPHETS? Prophets of Prophets of Prophets Prophets Neo- the Neo- (597-539BC) Assyrian Babylonian (750-612 BC) Period (612-597) Jonah(A), Jeremiah (J), Amos(I), Habakkuk (J), Haggai, Hosea(I), Daniel Ezekiel, Zechariah, Micah(J) , Second Isaiah, Third Isaiah, First Isaiah (J), Obadiah (E), Malachi, Nahum (A) Joel? Zephaniah(J)
  • HOW DO WE APPROACH THE PROPHETS? Literary Forms & Language
  • Literary Forms & Language Examples of LiteraryHOW DO WE APPROACH THE PROPHETS? Forms Judgement (Jer. 6.16-21) Woe Oracle (Is. 10.1-4) Lawsuit (Mic. 1.2-7) Lament (Jer 8.18-9.3) Hymn (Hab. 3.2-15) Song (Isa. 5.1-2) Allegory (Ezek.17.2-10) Acrostic (Nahum 1.2-8)
  • Literary Forms & Language Judgement Oracle “Thus says the Lord God: “Clap your hands Examples of Literary and stamp your foot and say, Alas, becauseHOW DO WE APPROACH THE PROPHETS? Forms of all the evil abominations of the house of Israel, for they shall fall by the sword, by famine, and by pestilence. He who is far off Judgement (Jer. 6.16-21) shall die of pestilence, and he who is near shall fall by the sword, and he who is left Woe Oracle (Is. 10.1-4) and is preserved shall die of famine. Thus I Lawsuit (Mic. 1.2-7) will spend my fury upon them. And you shall know that I am the Lord, when their slain lie Lament (Jer 8.18-9.3) among their idols around their altars, on every high hill, on all the mountaintops, Hymn (Hab. 3.2-15) under every green tree, and under every Song (Isa. 5.1-2) leafy oak, wherever they offered pleasing aroma to all their idols. And I will stretch out Allegory (Ezek.17.2-10) my hand against them and make the land Acrostic (Nahum 1.2-8) desolate and waste, in all their dwelling places, from the wilderness to Riblah. Then they will know that I am the Lord.”” (Ezekiel 6:11–14, ESV)
  • HOW DO WE APPROACH THE PROPHETS? Literary Forms & Language Examples of Literary Forms Judgement (Jer. 6.16-21) Lawsuit “The Lord has taken his place to contend; Woe Oracle (Is. 10.1-4) he stands to judge peoples. The Lord will Lawsuit (Mic. 1.2-7) enter into judgment with the elders and princes of his people: “It is you who have Lament (Jer 8.18-9.3) devoured the vineyard, the spoil of the poor Hymn (Hab. 3.2-15) is in your houses. What do you mean by crushing my people, by grinding the face of Song (Isa. 5.1-2) the poor?” declares the Lord God of Allergory (Ezek.17.2-10) hosts.” (Isaiah 3:13–15, ESV) Acrostic (Nahum 1.2-8)
  • Literary Forms & Language Examples of LiteraryHOW DO WE APPROACH THE PROPHETS? Forms Judgement (Jer. 6.16-21) Woe Oracle (Is. 10.1-4) Lawsuit (Mic. 1.2-7) Lament (Jer 8.18-9.3) Hymn (Hab. 3.2-15) Song (Isa. 5.1-2) Taunt (Isa. 47) Allergory (Ezek.17.2-10) Acrostic (Nah. 1.2-8)
  • The Function of Metaphors in the Poetry of the Prophets
  • The Function of Metaphors in the Poetry of the ProphetsImages that are Memorable
  • The Function of Metaphors in the Poetry of the ProphetsImages that are MemorableMalachi 2:33 Behold, I willrebuke youroffspring, andspread dung onyour faces, the dungof your offerings,and you shall betaken away with it.
  • The Function of Metaphors in the Poetry of the ProphetsImages that are Messages for Memorable the HeartMalachi 2:33 Behold, I willrebuke youroffspring, andspread dung onyour faces, the dungof your offerings,and you shall betaken away with it.
  • The Function of Metaphors in the Poetry of the ProphetsImages that are Messages for Memorable the HeartMalachi 2:3 Ezekiel 163 Behold, I will ...I made you flourishrebuke your like a plant of the field. And you grew up andoffspring, and became tall and arrivedspread dung on at full adornment. Youryour faces, the dung breasts were formed,of your offerings, and your hair hadand you shall be grown; yet you were naked and bare.....taken away with it.
  • The Function of Metaphors in the Poetry of the ProphetsImages that are Messages for Images that Memorable the Heart are ShockingMalachi 2:3 Ezekiel 163 Behold, I will ...I made you flourishrebuke your like a plant of the field. And you grew up andoffspring, and became tall and arrivedspread dung on at full adornment. Youryour faces, the dung breasts were formed,of your offerings, and your hair hadand you shall be grown; yet you were naked and bare.....taken away with it.
  • The Function of Metaphors in the Poetry of the ProphetsImages that are Messages for Images that Memorable the Heart are ShockingMalachi 2:3 Ezekiel 16 Jeremiah 13:263 Behold, I will ...I made you flourishrebuke your like a plant of the field. 26 ! I myself will And you grew up andoffspring, and became tall and arrived lift up your skirtsspread dung on at full adornment. Your over your face,your faces, the dung breasts were formed, and your shameof your offerings, and your hair had grown; yet you were will be seen.and you shall be naked and bare.....taken away with it.
  • The Function of Metaphors in the Poetry of the Prophets Images thatImages that are Messages for Images that Recall Israelite Memorable the Heart are Shocking HistoryMalachi 2:3 Ezekiel 16 Jeremiah 13:263 Behold, I will ...I made you flourishrebuke your like a plant of the field. 26 ! I myself will And you grew up andoffspring, and became tall and arrived lift up your skirtsspread dung on at full adornment. Your over your face,your faces, the dung breasts were formed, and your shameof your offerings, and your hair had grown; yet you were will be seen.and you shall be naked and bare.....taken away with it.
  • The Function of Metaphors in the Poetry of the Prophets Images thatImages that are Messages for Images that Recall Israelite Memorable the Heart are Shocking HistoryMalachi 2:3 Ezekiel 16 Jeremiah 13:26 Zechariah 10:113 Behold, I will ...I made you flourish ! 11 ! He shall passrebuke your like a plant of the field. And you grew up and 26 ! I myself will through the sea ofoffspring, and became tall and arrived lift up your skirts troubles and strikespread dung on at full adornment. Your over your face, down the waves ofyour faces, the dung breasts were formed, and your shame the sea, and all theof your offerings, and your hair had depths of the Nile grown; yet you were will be seen.and you shall be shall be dried up. naked and bare.....taken away with it. ! !
  • PROJECT SESSION ONE: THE PROPHETSDATE LOCATION 26TH FEB 2012 ST GEORGES’ CHURCH, LEEDS
  • PROJECT SESSION ONE: THE PROPHETSDATE LOCATION 26TH FEB 2012 ST GEORGES’ CHURCH, LEEDS
  • PROJECT SESSION ONE: THE PROPHETSDATE LOCATION 26TH FEB 2012 ST GEORGES’ CHURCH, LEEDS
  • PROJECT SESSION ONE: THE PROPHETSDATE LOCATION 26TH FEB 2012 ST GEORGES’ CHURCH, LEEDS
  • PROJECT SESSION ONE: THE PROPHETSDATE LOCATION 26TH FEB 2012 ST GEORGES’ CHURCH, LEEDS
  • PROJECT SESSION ONE: THE PROPHETSDATE LOCATION 26TH FEB 2012 ST GEORGES’ CHURCH, LEEDS
  • PROJECT SESSION ONE: THE PROPHETSDATE LOCATION 26TH FEB 2012 ST GEORGES’ CHURCH, LEEDS