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The Prophet Huldah: A Woman of Few Words
Religion and Theology
Pages 10 (2510 words)
(Add Student’s Name) (Add Tutor’s Name) (Add Class Information) (Add Date) The Prophet Huldah: A Woman of Few Words Introduction A look into the Hebrew religion reveals that there were five women who possessed the title of prophetesses in total. They were Miriam, Deborah, Huldah, Noadiah, and Isaih’s wife.
In addition, marital status of the prophetesses was not a consideration. To illustrate, Deborah, Huldah, and Isaih’s wife were married whereas, the marital status of Miriam and Noadiah was not specified. Out of them, the prophetess under consideration in this work is Huldah. Her name is mentioned only in two places: that is, 2 Kings 22:14-20 and 2 Chronicles 34:22-28. From the records, she was a contemporary of powerful prophets like Jeremiah and Zephaniah. 2 Kings 22 shows Josiah becoming the king of Judah at the age of eight years. Though he was a righteous ruler from the very beginning, as time passed, he forgot God. However, he tried to reform the nation by repairing the temple of the Lord. As the renovations were taking place, the high priest found a new set of scriptures known as the Book of the Law. The book revealed that curses would fall down on the nation as it was full of evil. When the message was revealed, the King became frightened and sent his leaders to seek a way out of the judgment. So, his five officials including the high priest went to prophetess Huldah to seek her advice. She prophesied that the curse would indeed fall down; but showed mercy to the king by declaring that the curse would not materialize until the king died. ...
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