3 edition of The Prophecy Of Joel found in the catalog.
June 1, 2007
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||168|
Consequently, Joel refers to a contemporary scourge, and in the rhetorical style of prophecy passes from this to the evils of the day of judgment. Date of the prophecy of Joel. The most difficult problem in the investigation of Joel is the date, and the many hypotheses have not led to any convincing result. The Prophet Joel has a book in the Tanakh named for him and devoted exclusively to his prophecy. His prophecy is the major source for the annual supplemental reading (haftarah) in the synagogue service on the Sabbath between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Nevertheless, Joel remains virtually unknown by most people today.
THE PROPHECY OF JOEL: THE PROPHET'S MESSAGE, BELIEFS, AND PROPHETIC STYLE RONALD T. HYMAN The Prophet Joel has a book in the Tanakh named for him and devoted ex-clusively to his prophecy. His prophecy is the major source for the annual supplemental reading (haftarah) in the synagogue service on the Sabbath be-tween Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. At the beginning of this Prophecy by Joel, he indicates that there would be a great outpouring of the Holy Spirit that would also sweep the Globe in the midst of the disasters unfolding on the Earth. “And it shall come to pass afterward, That I will pour out My Spirit on all flesh; Your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, Your old men.
In truth, the prophecy of Joel has nothing to do with the Babylonian invasion of Judah. The locust hordes— Jehovah’s military force that brings ruin to all the earth— represents the global forces of the eighth king– the final manifestation of the king of the north who is destined to sweep through “the land of Decoration” during the. This book also has a major prophecy in it about Joel’s army that is to come. The name of the book is a “Divine Revelation of Hell” by Mary K. Baxter. At the time that I am typing up this article, it has been consistently listed as one of the top 10 best sellers on the charismatic Christian book list over the last several years.
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Pentecost and the Prophecy of Joel. Hundreds of years later the apostle Peter stands up on the day of Pentecost and announces the fulfillment of this prophecy, and he says in Acts"This is what was spoken by the prophet Joel." Last Sunday we focused our attention on the ascension of Jesus which happened forty days after his resurrection.
Let us examine the Joel 2 prophecy in light of the immediate content in which Joel spake the prophecy itself and in the light of the apostle Peter’s reference to the Joel 2 prophecy on the day of Pentecost: But this is that which was spoken by the prophet Joel (Acts ).
Joel’s Prophecy in Context. It is this prophecy for which Joel has. Go To Joel Index. Title: The Greek Septuagint (LXX), and Latin Vulgate versions follow the Hebrew Masoretic Text, titling this book after Joel the prophet, the recipient of the message from God ().
Joel is referred to only once in the New Testament (Acts ). Author – Date: The author of the prophecy is identified only as “Joel the son of Pethuel.”. Joel German Bible Alphabetical: about after afterward all And come daughters dream dreams I It mankind men my old on out people pour prophesy see sons Spirit That this visions will young Your OT Prophets: Joel It will happen afterward that I will (Jl Joe.).
The Book of Joel is apocalyptic in nature, referring to the "Day of the Lord." Chapters refer to a plague of locusts which ravaged Judah at the time. Chapter 2 speaks of God's mercy (), and the end reveals a future time of Divine intervention.
Chapter 3 relates the Day of Judgement and the salvation of God's children. The Book of Joel Introduction to The Prophecy Of Joel book Book of Joel in the Bible.
Joel - Blow ye the trumpet in Zion, and sound an alarm in my holy mountain: let all the inhabitants of the land tremble: for the day of the LORD cometh, for [it is] nigh at hand; A day of darkness and of gloominess, a day of clouds and of thick darkness, as the morning spread upon the mountains: a great people and a strong.
A Comparison of Joel’s Prophecy With The Events Of Acts 2. We will begin the comparison of Joel’s prophecy with the events of Acts 2 by examining just what the events were that occurred at the convocation as recorded in Acts 2 to celebrate the feast of weeks.
Book: Joel. Author: Joel. The text states “the word of the Lord came to Joel ” (Joel ). Prophecy was fulfilled as the Holy Spirit would indwell all who trust in Christ.
Hope – Joel points to a time where the Jerusalem will never again be invaded (). The latter part of Joel points to the hope all Christians have within us; the. Joel reflects on the "Day of the Lord" and how true repentance will bring about the great restoration hoped for in the other prophetic books.
The Book of Joel accounts for justice over evil in a form that's unique to the other Old Testament prophets. Joel mentions a blood moon (Joel ), the subject of recent books predicting upcoming judgment, also mentioned in Acts as an omen of the day of the Lord.
Background The prophet Joel, son of Pethuel, is the author of the book of Joel. Thus, the book of Acts not only portrays the gift of the Spirit as the fulfillment of Joel’s prophecy, but the outpouring of the Spirit also evidences the commencement of the “last days.” The application of Joel’s prophecy to the events of the Day of Pentecost means that the outpouring of the Spirit, the “ promise of the Father.
The prophecies of the Book of Joel are divided into two parts, comprising respectively (1) ch. 2-ii. 17 and (2) ch. The contents of the first part may be summarized as follows.
Question: "Is Joel referring to literal locusts. When was this prophecy fulfilled?" Answer: The book of Joel mentions four types of locusts that would destroy the agriculture of Israel.
Joel says, “What the cutting locust left, the swarming locust has eaten. The prophecy of Joel may seem unimportant as it contains only three brief chapters. However, this little book is like an atom bomb—it is not very big, but it sure is potent and powerful.
We know very little about the prophet Joel. All we are told concerning him is in Joel“The word of the LORD that came to Joel the son of Pethuel.”. the very prophecies of Joel to introduce “the Day of the Lord.” Peter says, “but this is ” and he means this represents what was spoken by the prophet Joel.
Occurrences in the Last Days. I will go to Joel soonto give this prophecy from the context of Peter in the Book of Acts. It is better if. Joel ends his dire prophecy on the greatest positive note possible: the defeat of YHVH’s and Israel’s enemies, and the establishment of YHVH’s throne and dwelling place in Jerusalem (–17) with the Jews dwelling peacefully in their land while their enemies lie.
The book of Joel describes the devastation of a vast horde of locusts as a marching army destroying everything in its path. How does this message apply today. THE PROPHECY OF JOEL JOEL, whose name, according to St. Jerome, signifies The Lord God: or, as others say, The Coming Down of God: prophesied about the same time in the kingdom of Judea, as Osee did in the kingdom of Israel.
He foretells under figure the great evils that were coming upon the people for their sins: earnestly exhorts them to repentance: and comforts them with the promise of a.
eschatological Day of the Lord. Or as Finley puts it, “The prophecy of Joel can be compared to two wheels turning on an axle. The wheels are history and eschatology, while the axle is the day of the Lord.”1 Author: According tothe human author of the prophecy was Joel son of Pethuel.
Joel means “Yahweh is God.”. This final fulfillment of Joel’s prophecy will include the Joel 1 locust plague (agricultural and economic crisis, Rev.
8), the Joel 2 military invasion (Zech. Book of Joel, second of 12 Old Testament books that bear the names of the Minor Prophets. The Jewish canon lumps all together as The Twelve and divides Joel into four chapters; Christian versions combine chapters 2 and 3.
The book relates nothing about Joel except his name and that of his father.The prophecy of Joel draws a wide circle from the calamity of his days up to time when the people of God will be oppressed and restored and blessed at the day of Christ. So Joel may be correctly called the prophet of the day of Jehovah.
This day of Jehovah is mentioned five .Bible Book Summary. Joel Summary by Jay Smith. The genre of Joel is Narrative and Prophetic Oracle. The prophet Joel wrote it around B.C. sometime before the fall and exiles of the Northern and Southern Kingdoms.
Key personalities are Joel and the people of Judah. Its purpose was to call the Southern Kingdom to repentance or prepare for.