Prophesy sentence example

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  • He later freed his siblings and seized the throne himself, fulfilling the prophesy.
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  • But it would be more than usually rash to prophesy that this exceptional popularity will endure.
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  • I am not unskilled in prophesy, but have true knowledge.
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  • We close our lips in presence of the ministry of those who are telling us, " Ye may all prophesy.
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  • In their prophesy this Sun ushered in a period of great Earth changes.
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  • It is dangerous to prophesy, but all the facts and circumstances before us point irresistibly to the conclusion that had the Jagiellonic dynasty but endured this promise of empire might well have been realized.
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  • These two verses seem to be the central plank as the two witnesses prophesy doom.
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  • Unfortunately they tell him of its curse, and prophesy death to him if he keeps it.
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  • This breach was widened when Flacius began to make personal attacks on Augustus, to prophesy his speedy downfall, and to incite Duke John Frederick to make an effort to recover his rightful position.
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  • The most widely broadcast report of prophesy and its fulfillment in recent history was the birth of a female white buffalo calf in 1994.
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  • No papal decrees, no oral tradition, no latter-day prophesy can contain truth apart from Scripture that is genuinely fundamental.
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  • Joel's prophesy clearly envisages a role for young an old " I will pour out my Spirit on all people.
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  • This has lead many commentators to the conclusion that the so called prophesy is nothing more than an elaborate 14th century forgery.
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  • Thus, subjecting us to yet more ream of apocrypha under the guise, no doubt, of God given prophesy.
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  • Paul discriminates between the Spirit which during these paroxysms both talks and prays to God and the nous or understanding which informs a believer's psalm, teaching, revelation or prophesy, and renders them intelligible, edifying and profitable to the assembly.
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  • Being led before Vespasian, he was inspired to prophesy that Vespasian would become emperor.
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  • 11: Thou must prophesy again over many peoples and nations and tongues and kings."
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  • The calculations of the last Coal Commission as to the future exports and of Mr Jevons as to the future annual consumption make us hesitate to prophesy how long our coal resources are likely to last.
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  • The revival as in the above argument of the idea that the function of thought is the elimination of difference, and that rational connexion must fail where absolute identity is indiscoverable merely shows how imperfectly Kant's lesson has been learned by some of those who prophesy in his name.
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  • And Yahweh took me from behind the flock; and Yahweh said to me, Go, prophesy against my people Israel."
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  • According to another story, he was taken prisoner in a war between the Spartans and Cnossians, and put to death by his captors, because he refused to prophesy favourably for them.
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  • Tobias - a village elder - reveals a prophesy that speaks of a Pokemon Master who would come to vanquish the great titans.
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  • Lastly and principally, his handeling his prophesy, which is merely poetical.
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  • The decision to use the same name is on one hand superstition and on the other prophesy.
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  • Prophesy provides the answers we all yearn for in uncertain times.
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  • Like any doomsday prophesy, the death knell was premature, but in 1937 John Cage reiterated the warning.
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  • The one is the Coming foretold in Hebrew prophesy, which will bring deliverance to the favored nation in days to come.
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  • Prophesy and traditional divination Many of our respondents acknowledged the similarities between the prophet and the traditional diviner.
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  • The stories of miracles, of prophesy, etc, are all pretty far-fetched.
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  • Tobias - a village elder - reveals a prophesy that speaks of a Pokemon Master who would come to vanquish the great Titans.
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  • If your mind fills with negative thoughts about taking the exam, you run the risk of having a self-fulfilling prophesy.
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  • The legend continues that Cronus heard a prophesy that he would be overthrown by his son as he had overthrown Uranus.
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  • Prophesy: How did the witch know about future world events?
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  • Modern believers in the prophesy point to the current debate about climate change and global warming as proof positive that the world is indeed heading for the kinds of changes that the Mayans predicted.
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  • Qui-Gon suspects he is the Chosen One, whose coming was revealed in a prophesy to 'bring balance to the Force'.
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  • Attempting to interpret the book of Revelation, he promised the millennium in 1672, and guaranteed miraculous assistance to those who would undertake the destruction of the Pope and the house of Austria, even venturing to prophesy that Cromwell, Gustavus Adolphus, and Rakoczy, prince of Transylvania, would perform the task.
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  • No physiologist has ever claimed the power to prophesy with any approach to accuracy the future mental states of any individual from an examination of his brain.
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  • The same may be said about that marvellous and many-sided genius, Emanuel Swedenborg (1688-1772), who, though the son of a Swedish poet, preferred to prophesy to the world in Latin.
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