Israel’s Prophets

JERUSALEM ARISE WITH PAUL WILBUR 1999 Concert. This video of Paul Wilbur and friends shows believers in Christ in Jerusalem in 1999 during the Feast Of Tabernacles; they love Israel. See more at the bottom.

Many people live their lives in total darkness, as it relates to their lack of understanding of the times and things that lie ahead. As a way of illuminating such spiritual darkness, God has provided biblical prophecy. Certain Jews, known as prophets, were chosen by God to present His Word to the Jews, whom are known in scripture as “God’s chosen people,” (Deuteronomy 14:2). The Jews were chosen by God to be a holy and righteous people, to bring a Holy and Righteous Messiah into our world. This study will focus on the prophets of Israel which spoke words of judgment and encouragement to the Jews during the times of their being dispersed from their “God ordained land” (Genesis 15:18-21), which occurred after the death of King Solomon in 931 B.C. The prophecies will be studied from the time of their being given by God to each prophet, until the times of their fulfillment.

This site introduces a series of articles that are being published in a study of the Old Testament Jewish Prophets. The focus of the study is to tie prophecies, that go back as far as 840 B.C., with the prophecies of Obadiah, and continue forward to the prophecies of Malachi, which took place between 450 and 400 B.C. There are two groups of prophets, which were considered to be either, major or minor prophets, depending on the length of their prophecies. However, no prophet, whether major or minor, may be considered to be any greater, or lesser, than any of the other prophets. There are four major prophets (Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel and Daniel). There are twelve minor prophets (Jonah, Amos, Hosea, Obadiah, Joel, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah and Malachi). The writings of the prophets link past history to future events that will affect, not only Jews, but Gentiles too. Each writer’s prophecies were future to the writer, but are “history, or future,” to us today, depending on their prophetic fulfillment.

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