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, and they will be milnabbe)îm. Then a spirit of Yah?Teh will overwhelm you, so that (you will) bitnabbiti with them, being transformed into a different person. When these significant events happen to you, do whatever comes to hand, for God will be with you. The fulfillment of Samuel's prediction is

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seems a more natural interpretation of Gen. xxxviii 27-30 that, although Zerah appeared at one time more likely to be the first-born, in the event Perez was born first. Further, in Ellis's exposition of J's attitude to the family of David much turns on his understanding of Gen. iii 15 as a prediction of

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Antiochus 3). The wife of Judah's youth (ii 14) is the Torah. The phrase is borrowed from Prov. v 18, a Hasidaean poem, where it has the same meaning. The universalistic predictions (Mal. i 11) are characteristic of the Maccabean age 4). 1) V.T. XIII 1963, pp. 196-207. - 2) See WELLHAUSEN, Op. cit., pp. 156

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14) is the Torah. The phrase is borrowed from Prov. v 18, a Hasidaean poem, where it has the same meaning. The universalistic predictions (Mal. i 11) are characteristic of the Maccabean age 4). 1) V.T. XIII 1963, pp. 196-207. 2) See WELLHAUSEN, op. cit., pp. 156-157 and 165-166; George F. MOORE

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accord between prediction and fulfillment (p. 305). Other scholars suggest interpretations which do not fit easily into any major categories. U. Simon states that the lesson of our nar- rative is that nothing avails against the word of the Lord, for he who impairs it will be forced to strengthen it, just

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, prophet, exorcist, or physician-would naturally be expected to make some statement on the patient's prospects for recovery. If the expert volunteered any information beyond "He will recover" or "He will die," it would be how long a time would be required before the prediction came to pass. In such cases

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"stocks" or into prison as Jeremiah was (Jer. xx 2; xxxvii 15). We seek in vain, however, in his Book for descriptions, such as those so common in the Book of Jeremiah, of the reactions of the king, the priests and other officials to such unwelcome demonstrations and alarming predictions of ruin. 10-What

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the narrator), by his remorse in lamenting the death, and by his charity in interring the deceased in his own burial place." The specific causal dependence of his burial instructions upon his con- fidence in the enevitable outcome of the man of God's prediction, "Lay my bones beside his, for (ky) what

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. 29. Later, one of the Deuteronomists both expanded the extermination prophecy by the addition of vv. 20b, 22 and 24, and applied the expanded prophecy to the other appropriate set- tings in the history, which accounts for its presence in other, clearly Deuteronomistic contexts.2° If the prediction of

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hardly appropriate, because, as verse 25 indicates, the passage is concerned with purpose and design as well as mere prediction. And in the thought of the Second Isaiah this is an essential characteristic of deity; compare xlvi 11, 'declaring the end from the beginning, and from ancient times things not

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