Hannah `felt in her bones' that it was going to be an unusually fine day, and she proved herself a true prophetess
, for everybody and everything seemed bound to produce a grand success.
She might, in one of her phases, have been a prophetess
Well, Chaerephon, as you know, was very impetuous in all his doings, and he went to Delphi and boldly asked the oracle to tell him whether--as I was saying, I must beg you not to interrupt--he asked the oracle to tell him whether anyone was wiser than I was, and the Pythian prophetess
answered, that there was no man wiser.
Signor Pastrini," returned Franz, "you are more susceptible than Cassandra, who was a prophetess
, and yet no one believed her; while you, at least, are sure of the credence of half your audience.
Deborah, the prophetess
, told Barak to take ten thousand men and sally forth against another King Jabin who had been doing something.
Helen reflected, speaking more to herself in a rambling style than as a prophetess
delivering a message.
My father turned his back on the prophetess
with a smile of contempt.
They say that as he was approaching the temple, the prophetess
became inspired and said:
I am not a prophetess
, but I shall venture on a prediction.
She stood up, straight and stern, and her face, as she looked towards the land, was lit with the fire of the prophetess
Allen, a Religious Sister of Mercy, highlighted that John Paul considered all women to have a prophetic character by nature of their gender and that Benedict called the Virgin Mary, who carved the spiritual path for consecrated women, a prophetess
rather than a priestess.
One church member said he had already reported Masocha to the regulator after discovering that the preacher and his wife Judith - known as the Prophetess
- took a combined salary of PS100,000 a year.