Who is a prophet
- September 3, 2014
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A prophet is human being who has developed the ability to be able to see, to hear, to understand God, and also convey or speak God’s word even in the dark circumstances of life.
In hebrew the word “Navi” means prophet; the one who teaches and inspires the people via his words.
The one who inspires and teaches via the art of speech.
To give over God’s words to the Jews, and also to the non Jews.
Amos 3:7 declare; Surely the Lord God does nothing can unless He reveals His secrete counsel to His servants the prophets…
The role and purpose of the prophet:
The purpose of the prophet is to strengthen, to establish, to revive and reaffirm the quality and the principles (mitzvah) of the Torah, which have been neglected or forgotten.
The prophet doesn’t come to make up new ideas or ways of doing things, but on the contrary;
A true prophet comes to reaffirm, to revive, to restore and to strengthen the importance of keeping God’s moral laws written in the Torah.
When a prophet prophesied a message, he also accompanied it with a mitzvah (physical act that illustrates his prophecy).
This was done because the prophet wanted to materialize the words of his speech via the physical act (mitzvah), which illustrated his prophecy.
A Navi (prophet) who refuses to give over his prophecy was punished by heaven.
God’s word came from thought (ability to imagine, see vision, dream, receive a revelation), – into speech (frequency, sound waves, motivation, inspiration, energy, stimulation), via the art of speaking or prophesying.
The prophet who spoke God’s words was also responsible of materializing his prophecy by attaching the prophecy with a physical act (mitzvah), so that his prophecy may become a physical reality in the Earthly realm.
It is the mitzvot of the prophecy that enabled the people to inherit God’s blessings declared by the prophet.
And it was the prophetic speech that inspired, taught, motivated, stimulated, encouraged, energized and empowered the people with the positive energy which enabled them to fulfill the prophecy or do the mitzvah.
False prophets alway arose for the sake of taking the people a way from the moral laws of the Torah of God.
Article written by Ap Ngabo Alex for the Council of Ngabo and Conscious lifestyle