A Prophet's Unfolding, Chapter VI of X - The Revelation
We read about prophets in religious scriptures, seemingly guided to speak words from a higher power. Who are these kinds of people? What makes them think God can talk to them? Though I have read several prophetic writings, I have never found a story of the development of a prophet. A contributing reason for this may be the fact that most prophets are false and don't have much to back up their claim of identity. So I decided to come forward and share my own story.
Thank you for joining me on my journey from aspiring to be perfect to aspiring to be real.
In this episode, I speak the beginnings of what I learned about some women in the Bible: The Virgin Mary and the Prophetess Miriam, how they are connected to each other, and how they are connected to myself. I also tell of some lessons in discernment of people's spirituality and the importance of accepting yourself and living with an open heart.
Daigle, Lauren. "You Say." Accoustic cover by Melody Joy Cloud. 27 July, 2018. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxVyfeVLyt4
Duo Cell’Arpa: Roxana Moișanu & Mladen Spasinovici. Ave Maria de Franz Schubert. 10 March, 2014. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EqHUoKbYFrg&list=PLGBIJ0Bfb3jJ9xzPZZ_VP0sbHgAZdtCjc&index=198&t=0s
Greeley, Nina Anne. “Schubert: A Short Life, Rich in Music.” San Fransisco Choral Society. https://www.sfchoral.org/site/....franz-peter-schubert
“Miriam.” Abarim Publications. https://www.abarim-publication....s.com/Meaning/Miriam McKay, Elizabeth Norman. Franz Schubert: A Biography (Clarendon Press, 1996), p. 237.
Ray, Steve. “Mary, the Ark of the New Covenant.” Catholic Answers. 20 May, 2019. https://www.catholic.com/magaz....ine/print-edition/ma
2 Timothy 1:7
1 John 5:6-8
Infancy Gospel of James 7:3