Major Prophets In The Bible

Who are the major prophets of the Bible? This seems like a silly question, but it’s one that I’ve asked myself more times than I can count. There are short lists online of the major prophets, but most of them don’t give you a whole lot of information about these important men. What I want is for someone to take their time and write about each of these people — their stories, what they believe in, and what impact they had on history.

Here’s a list of the major prophets in the Bible. Major prophets are those prophets which are named in the Qur’an: Musa, Dawud, Ishaq and Ya’qub (peace be upon them). Their prophethood is mentioned in the Qur’an as Allah said: With regard to other prophets, Allah knows them best. It is not possible to give detailed account of their lives here because many of them have been given short notices in Islamic history. So this article will only list their names and indicate when they lived.

Major Prophets In The Bible

Introduction

Praying to God is something that everyone should do, but it is especially important for the prophets. Prophets are able to communicate with God and ask Him what He wants them to do. There was a prophet named Ezekiel who was very skilled at praying and communicating with God. Throughout his life, he prayed many times when he felt like he didn’t know what else he could do. He also asked God for guidance when there were hard situations in front of him.

Isaiah The Prophet

The Book of Isaiah is a prophetic book in the Old Testament. It contains the prophecies that were written by the prophet Isaiah and are sometimes called “The Prophecy of Isaiah”.

Isaiah was from the southern kingdom of Judah. He was a prophet during the reign of King Uzziah (also known as Azariah), who reigned from 789 to 740 BC. The king himself had been a mighty warrior, but after he became sick with leprosy he turned his back on God and started worshipping idols that were made by human hands. This angered God greatly and so He sent His prophets to warn King Uzziah about what would happen if he did not repent for his sins and turn back towards Him again; but unfortunately for both them and Uzziah it didn’t seem like anyone heard their message until later on when they had already become blind or deaf due to old age – which meant no one heard any warnings whatsoever!

Jeremiah The Prophet

Jeremiah was a prophet who lived during the time of the Kings of Judah. He was called to the prophetic ministry in the thirteenth year of the reign of Josiah. His ministry lasted from 627 until 586 BC.

Jeremiah’s major contribution to Scripture is his book, Jeremiah, which he wrote after he had been imprisoned for some 15 years by King Zedekiah and then released as Jerusalem fell to Nebuchadnezzar’s army in 586 BC (2 Kings 25:1–12).

Ezekiel The Prophet

Ezekiel the prophet was one who preached to the people of Israel during a time of tragedy. He lived during the time period when Egypt, Babylon and Assyria held control over Israel. However it was not just these three nations that had an effect on Ezekiel’s life but also his own personal demons as well.

Daniel The Prophet

Daniel the Prophet is one of the most well-known prophets in the Bible. He was a man of prayer and prophecy, and he lived during the time of King Nebuchadnezzar. Daniel prayed for his people, Israel, which had been taken captive by Babylonians many years before Nebuchadnezzar came to power. The book of Daniel tells us about how God used him as a prophet to speak directly with kings and rulers so that they would know God’s will for them.

Daniel was a man of prayer.

The Bible is filled with stories of men and women who have been used by God to accomplish great things. Daniel was one such person, but Daniel’s story is unique in that he was an example of a man who lived his life in prayer.

Daniel began his ministry as a young man living in Babylon under King Nebuchadnezzar, during which time he became friends with another young Hebrew named Hananiah (also known as Ananias). At this time there were three Hebrews who were held captive at the Babylonian court—Shadrach, Meshach and Abed-nego—who refused to bow down before an image made by Nebuchadnezzar (Dan. 3:8). When they refused to comply with the king’s commandment, they were thrown into a fiery furnace where all four of them survived without injury or harm!

It was after this incident that Daniel’s fasting came into play (Dan.10:2-3). As you’ll read later on in this article, fasting is one form of prayer—a way we can communicate with God on behalf of ourselves or others who need our prayers especially.

Conclusion

The words of these prophets are still relevant today. We should pay attention to the mistakes that are mentioned in these prophecies and avoid them. We should also be encouraged by God’s mercy and grace, especially through Jesus Christ.

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