- n. Plural form of prophecy.
“The accomplishment of the prophecies is here the judgment threatened.”
“The contempt of the prophecies is here the sin charged upon them, as the procuring cause of this judgment.”
“They all say they are the "one true book" and they all contain prophecies which came true, so how do you know?”
“There now begins the reading of twelve prophecies from the Old Testament, which, following the normal custom of the Missal of St. Pius V, the priest reads at the altar as they are sung by the lectors.”
“What about the fact that Jesus was supposed to be fulfilling prophecies from the Old Testament?”
“The historical content of these prophecies is attested in the Chumayel by one prophecy in which the commentator refers both to the arrival of the "foreigners," an event which actually took place, and to the prior prophecy of that event.”
“We could make out little by the dim light, but they seemed to contain prophecies, detailed relations of events but lately passed; names, now well known, but of modern date; and often exclamations of exultation or woe, of victory or defeat, were traced on their thin scant pages.”
“Testament application of such prophecies is not a strained”
“The Definiteness of the prophecies is striking: As in the second portion of isaiah, so in Mic 4: 8-10, the Babylonian exile, and the deliverance from it, are foretold a hundred fifty years before any hostilities had arisen between Babylon and Judah.”
“The principle of the arrangement of his prophecies is hard to ascertain.”
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