The Prophets

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Major Prophets 

Isaiah was a prophet to Judah prior to the Babylonian captivity.

YHVH’s Servant – A Literary Analysis of Isaiah — The purpose of this PowerPoint presentation (PDF version) is two-fold — to understand the layout of the entire book of Isaiah and to properly identify YHVH’s servants that are present in the book of Isaiah. It begins with a brief look at a primary chiasm of the entire book of Isaiah, followed by several secondary chiasms that cover the span of the entire book. Finally and most importantly, it takes a closer look at a few of these, as well as a few tertiary chiasms, to examine the identity of and differentiate between YHVH’s servants — specifically, the nation of Israel versus the Messiah — which are found in Isaiah 41-54. Last edited 1/10/2020.

Jeremiah was a prophet to Judah prior to the Babylonian captivity.

Ezekiel was a prophet to the Jewish exiles during the Babylonian captivity.

Daniel was a prophet to the Jewish exiles during the Babylonian captivity.

Minor Prophets (The Twelve):

Hosea — This is a Bible study of the book of Hosea in which Hosea’s family members are signs for Ephraim/Israel. Hosea was a prophet to Israel prior to the Babylonian captivity; however, he does occasionally mention Judah in his prophecy. (This is a PDF of a Word document). Last edited 1/27/2020.

Joel — This is a Bible study of the book of Joel. Joel was a prophet to Israel prior to the Babylonian captivity. (This is a PDF of a Word document). Last edited 1/12/2020.

Amos — Amos was a prophet to Israel and the nations prior to the Assyrian exile. (This is a PDF of a Word document). Last edited 1/12/2220.

Obadiah — This is a Bible study of the book of Obadiah. Obadiah was a prophet to the Edomites prior to the Babylonian captivity. (This is a PDF of a Word document). Last edited 1/12/2020.

Jonah — This is a Bible study of the book of Jonah. Jonah was a prophet to the Assyrians prior to the Babylonian captivity. He preached to the city of Nineveh, the capital of the Neo-Assyrian empire. (This is a PDF of a Word document). Last edited 1/12/2020.

MicahThis is a Bible study of the book of Micah. Micah was a prophet to Judah prior to the Babylonian captivity. (This is a PDF of a Word document). Last edited 1/20/2020.

Nahum — This is a Bible study of the book of Nahum. Nahum was a prophet to Judah prior to the Babylonian captivity. (This is a PDF of a Word document). Last edited 1/12/2020.

Habakkuk — This is a Bible study of the book of Habakkuk. Habakkuk was a prophet to Judah prior to the Babylonian captivity. (This is a PDF of a Word document). Last edited 1/12/2020.

Zephaniah —  This is a Bible study of the book of Zephaniah. Zephaniah was a prophet to Judah prior to the Babylonian captivity. (This is a PDF of a Word document). Last edited 1/12/2020.

Haggai — This is a Bible study of the book of Haggai. Haggai was a prophet to Judah after the Babylonian captivity. His ministry began before Zechariah’s but was parallel with it for a time. (This is a PDF of a Word document). Last edited 1/12/2020.

Zechariah — This is a Bible study of the book of Zechariah. Zechariah was a prophet to Judah after the Babylonian captivity. He was contemporary with Haggai and Ezra. His book has the most detail of the coming of YHVH of hosts in the future that is found in the Tanakh. It is often compared with the Revelation of John in the Apostolic Scriptures. (This is a PDF of a Word document).  Last edited 1/20/2020.

Malachi — This is a Bible study of the book of Malachi. Malachi was a prophet to Judah after the Babylonian captivity. (This is a PDF of a Word document). Last edited 1/12/2020.