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However, the jihadist group has appeared to back away from Dabiq's symbolism more recently after advances by Turkey-backed rebels put the village at risk of capture, saying this battle was not the one described in the prophesy.
Joseph and their Associates are invited to explore together the ways that the charism of active and inclusive love expresses the most intimate and liberating desires of the people of this time; how a deepening understanding and lived experience of a life of contemplative action is one of mysticism and prophesy and how these gifts are to be shared with our contemporary culture.
CHRISTIANS believe Isaiah 53 to be a prophesy of the coming of Jesus Christ.
Jeremiah says 'It was the Lord who sent me to prophesy against this House and this city' (26:12).
Well you can relive those glory days when nul points was just a distant prophesy at the Gladstone Theatre at Port Sunlight this weekend.
He gave her the gift of prophesy but arranged things so that nobody would believe anything she prophesied.
Your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, your young men shall see visions; your old men shall dream dreams.
I always avoid prophesying beforehand, because it is a much better policy to prophesy after the event has already taken place.
Darling doggie can preach and prophesy with the best of them in a new "Proud Christian" dog T-shirt.
There is great fear in opening up our ministry to others; like Joshua in Numbers, we seek to stop those who prophesy.
These writings consisted of 38 books of the Hebrew Bible (the oldest known copies in the world) as well as apocryphal material, original rule books for community living, psalms, and books of prophesy, and are the basis (along with accounts by Josephus (an ancient Jewish historian) and contemporary archaeological discoveries), and are the legacies from which Professor Hanson has developed a kind of ethical handbook for contemporary readers.