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  • During the first year of his reign, I, Daniel, was studying the writings of the prophets. I learned from the word of the LORD, as recorded by Jeremiah the prophet, that Jerusalem must lie desolate for seventy years.*2 - Daniel 9:2


  • We have refused to listen to your servants the prophets, who spoke your messages to our kings and princes and ancestors and to all the people of the land. - Daniel 9:6


  • We have not obeyed the LORD our God, for we have not followed the laws he gave us through his servants the prophets. - Daniel 9:10


  • As a sentence for your crimes, you will stumble in broad daylight, just as you might at night, and so will your false prophets. And I will destroy your mother, Israel. - Hosea 4:5


  • I sent my prophets to cut you to pieces. I have slaughtered you with my words, threatening you with death. My judgment will strike you as surely as day follows night. - Hosea 6:5


  • The time of Israel's punishment has come; the day of payment is almost here. Soon Israel will know this all too well. "The prophets are crazy!" the people shout. "The inspired men are mad!" So they taunt, for the nation is burdened with sin and shows only hatred for those who love God. - Hosea 9:7


  • I sent my prophets to warn you with many visions and parables." - Hosea 12:10


  • I chose some of your sons to be prophets and others to be Nazirites. Can you deny this, my people of Israel?" asks the LORD. - Amos 2:11


  • "But you caused the Nazirites to sin by making them drink your wine, and you said to my prophets, `Shut up!' - Amos 2:12


  • "But always, first of all, I warn you through my servants the prophets. I, the Sovereign LORD, have now done this." - Amos 3:7


  • But Amos replied, "I'm not one of your professional prophets. I certainly never trained to be one. I'm just a shepherd, and I take care of fig trees. - Amos 7:14


  • This is what the LORD says to you false prophets: "You are leading my people astray! You promise peace for those who give you food, but you declare war on anyone who refuses to pay you. - Micah 3:5


  • Now the night will close around you, cutting off all your visions. Darkness will cover you, making it impossible for you to predict the future. The sun will set for you prophets, and your day will come to an end. - Micah 3:6


  • You rulers govern for the bribes you can get; you priests teach God's laws only for a price; you prophets won't prophesy unless you are paid. Yet all of you claim you are depending on the LORD. "No harm can come to us," you say, "for the LORD is here among us." - Micah 3:11


  • They were to ask this question of the prophets and of the priests at the Temple of the LORD Almighty: "Should we continue to mourn and fast each summer on the anniversary of the Temple's destruction,* as we have done for so many years?"3 - Zechariah 7:3


  • Isn't this the same message the LORD proclaimed through the prophets years ago when Jerusalem and the towns of Judah were bustling with people, and the Negev and the foothills of Judah* were populated areas?' "5 - Zechariah 7:7


  • They made their hearts as hard as stone, so they could not hear the law or the messages that the LORD Almighty had sent them by his Spirit through the earlier prophets. That is why the LORD Almighty was so angry with them. - Zechariah 7:12
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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