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  Three Prophets - Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel  
In Isaiah, we read about God’s unbroken relationship with His people — both the promise and its fulfillment in an ongoing pattern that’s visible throughout history. In Jeremiah, we see evidence of God elevating humble men like Jeremiah to become leaders precisely when they are needed. We learn how this steadfast prophet tried valiantly and heartbreakingly to mediate peace during a time of tremendous upheaval involving power changes between Assyria, Babylon and Egypt against Judah. And then there’s the “wild and crazy” prophet Ezekiel, who never wavers in his efforts to rekindle the people’s faith in and obedience to God, despite their stubborn resistance and bitter cynicism. All three books give resounding proof that God is always in control and fulfilling His divine goals for His people.

Adult and Teen Informative Articles

Bible Overview
  Bible Overview - Isaiah
  Bible Overview - Jeremiah
  Bible Overview - Ezekiel
  Bible Overview - I Baruch, the first of two additions to the book of Jeremiah
  Bible Overview - The Letter of Jeremiah, the second of two additions to the book of Jeremiah
  Bible Characters - Isaiah
  Bible Characters - Jeremiah
  Bible Characters - Ezekiel
  Bible Characters - Baruch (Baruch is best known as Jeremiah’s scribe or secretary)
  Who or what is a prophet?
  What is the difference between “major” and “minor” prophets?
  What is the point of the book of Jeremiah?
  In Isaiah 7:14 it states, "Behold, a virgin shall conceive, and bear a son, and shall call his name Immanuel." Do these words refer to Jesus?
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