- n. Plural form of prophet.
“If the offending judicatory neglect to hear this, we ought to tell the offence to the church in the highest sense, that redress may be obtained -- the apostle Paul declaring, _that the spirits of the prophets are subject to the prophets_.”
“And that which is often said by Moses, is very often repeated by thy other prophets, _These and these things the Lord spake_,  and _the Lord said_, and _the Lord commanded_, not by the counsels, not by the voice, but by the _hand of Moses_, and by the _hand of the prophets_.”
“In the study of the messages of the prophets we should understand that the meaning of the term prophets may be: (1) A person employed in the public utterance of religious discourse, very much as the preacher of today.”
“Note, The voice of the prophets is the Lord's voice, and that cries to the city, cries to the country.”
“They were called prophets and came to help people at different times in history: Abraham, Jesus, Muhammad -- each brought truth at a certain time in history to help human beings to search for peace by finding God.”
“Luckily, in my department, no one has tried to tell me that the authors in such journals are prophets from the Flying Spaghetti Monster or anything ... yet.”
“And finally, the missing bells were recast, and named, again, for prophets from the Old Testament.”
“I tell you, that your fathers immolated their children; and I call your prophets to witness.”
“One of their prophets is Johnette Napolitano from Concrete Blonde … Love Constantine, the hero, was named for the song “The Beast” on the Bloodletting CD.”
“Socialism, as advocated by its prophets, is a body of vague and hypothetical beliefs about a "good society" that never existed, and about which we can therefore imagine what we please so long as it is different from the present.”
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