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(1.00) (Dan 9:24)

tn Heb “vision and prophecy.” The expression is a hendiadys.

(1.00) (Jer 38:2)

sn See Jer 21:9 for this prophecy.

(0.85) (1Ti 4:14)

tn Grk “which was given to you through prophecy.” Here as in 2:15 the preposition “through” denotes not “means” but accompanying circumstances: “accompanied by prophecy.”

(0.80) (Eze 26:14)

sn This prophecy was fulfilled by Alexander the Great in 332 b.c.

(0.80) (Jer 50:40)

sn Cf. Jer 49:18, where the same prophecy is applied to Edom.

(0.80) (Jer 22:12)

sn This prophecy was fulfilled according to 2 Kgs 23:34.

(0.80) (Isa 10:11)

sn This statement indicates that the prophecy dates sometime between 722-701 b.c.

(0.80) (2Ki 23:16)

sn This recalls the prophecy recorded in 1 Kgs 13:2.

(0.80) (1Ki 13:2)

sn “Lookyou.” For the fulfillment of this prophecy see 2 Kgs 23:15-20.

(0.80) (Jos 24:10)

tn Heb “blessing.” Balaam’s “blessings” were actually prophecies of how God would prosper Israel.

(0.71) (Jer 1:10)

sn These three pairs represent the twofold nature of Jeremiah’s prophecies, prophecies of judgment and restoration. For the further programmatic use of these pairs for Jeremiah’s ministry see 18:7-10 and 31:27-28.

(0.70) (Jud 1:17)

tn Grk “words.” In conjunction with προεῖπον (proeipon), however, the meaning of the construction is that the apostles uttered prophecies.

(0.70) (2Pe 3:2)

tn Grk “words.” In conjunction with πρόειπον (proeipon), however, the meaning of the construction is that the prophets uttered prophecies.

(0.70) (Heb 11:22)

sn Joseph’s prophecy about the exodus of the sons of Israel is found in Gen 50:24.

(0.70) (1Ti 1:18)

tn Grk “that by them you might fight…” (a reference to the prophecies which can encourage him in his work).

(0.70) (Mar 11:7)

sn See Zech 9:9, a prophecy fulfilled here (cf. Matt 21:5; John 12:15.

(0.70) (Oba 1:1)

tn Heb “the vision of Obadiah” (so KJV, NAB, NASB, NIV, NRSV); cf. TEV “This is the prophecy of Obadiah.”

(0.70) (Jer 51:64)

sn The final chapter of the book of Jeremiah does not mention Jeremiah or record any of his prophecies.

(0.70) (Jer 36:30)

sn Compare the more poetic prophecy in Jer 22:18-19 and see the study note on 22:19.

(0.70) (Jer 33:15)

sn For the meaning of this term and its significance in biblical prophecy, see the study note on 23:5.



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