Micaiah


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Micaiah

(mīkā`yə, mī'kāī`ə), in the Bible, Samaritan prophet who foretold the death of Ahab.

Micaiah

always prophesied misfortune for King Ahab. [O.T.: I Kings 22:8]
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As abortion centers close and more life-affirming information and resources become available, more women are being empowered to choose life," said Micaiah Bilger, education director of the Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation.
Hubbardston: Benjamin Allen, Micaiah Bushnell, Cody Chick, Andrew Como, Gabrielle Deloge, Rebekah Raymond
In the preliminary RR of the Open Singles Event, no upsets occurred (due to illness Nathan Hsu (2408) defaulted his group, allowing Micaiah Skolnick (2272) to advance) and all top seeded players moved on to the main draw with ease.
The 31-year-old rapper dropped the hint that the child would have been of the same age today as her 16-year-old brother Micaiah is now.
Designer Andrew Alford and his company, Dirty Lines, infused the space with elements that serve as a nod to Oceanside's rich nautical history, from a custom burnt-wood mural by local artist Micaiah Hardison, to a growing collection of snapshots featuring local fishermen, surfing icons, and surf enthusiasts.
We certainly do not know how to speak prophetically to ourselves, and those who try are either outright ignored or find themselves in a position similar to that of Micaiah who, when challenged by Ahab to tell the truth, was promptly thrown into jail when he did so.
5) The Chronicler, however, did choose to refer to one prominent northern prophet, Micaiah ben Imlah, a contemporary of Elijah and Elisha.
Class valedictorian is Christian Micaiah Wagner, the son of John and Lisa Wagner of Blachly.
asked Force by Design President Micaiah Filkins, who gave a presentation on Customer Relationship Management (CRM) systems and their application to multifamily sales at the AIM 2.
108-14) and an exegesis of the confrontation between King Ahab and the prophet Micaiah in 1 Kings 22 (pp.
She goes on to review the details of the biblical King Ahab's death, as predicted by the shunned prophet Micaiah, in relation to Captain Ahab's deluded belief in the predictions of the Parsee prophet Fedallah--a delusion she links to the politics of American expansionism of the 1840s.
analyzes the discourse found in the narratives of the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament, such as the interchange between Judah and Tamar, Moses and Jethro's back- and-forth, public discourse in the confrontation between King Ahab and the prophet Micaiah, and the dialogues recorded in Daniel.