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Visions


1. God often made known his will by. Ps 89:19.

2. God especially made himself known to prophets by. Nu 12:6.

3. Often accompanied

a. A representative of the divine person and glory. Isa 6:1.

b. An audible voice from heaven. Ge 15:1; 1Sa 3:4,5.

c. An appearance of angels. Lu 1:22,11; 24:23; Ac 10:3.

d. An appearance of human beings. Ac 9:12; 16:9.

4. Frequently difficult and perplexing to those who received them. Da 7:15; 8:15; Ac 10:17.

5. Often communicated

a. In the night season. Ge 46:2; Da 2:19.

b. In a trance. Nu 24:16; Ac 11:5.

6. Often recorded for the benefit of the people. Hab 2:2.

7. Often multiplied for the benefit of the people. Ho 12:10.

8. Mentioned in scripture

a. To Abraham. Ge 15:1.

b. To Jacob. Ge 46:2.

c. To Moses. Ex 3:2,3; Ac 7:30-32.

d. To Samuel. 1Sa 3:2-15.

e. To Nathan. 2Sa 7:4,17.

f. To Eliphaz. Job 4:13-16.

g. To Isaiah. Isa 6:1-8.

h. To Ezekiel (See chapters 10, 40-48 of Ezekiel). Eze 1:4-14; 8:2-14; 11:24,25; 37:1-10.

i. To Nebuchadnezzar. Da 2:28; Da 4:5.

j. To Daniel (See chapters 7, 8, and 10 of Daniel). Da 2:19.

k. To Amos. Am 7:1-9; 8:1-6; 9:1.

l. To Zechariah. Zec 1:8; 3:1; 4:2; 5:2; 6:1.

m. To Paul. Ac 9:3,6; 16:9; 18:9; 22:18; 27:23; 2Ch 12:1-4.

n. To Ananias. Ac 9:10,11.

o. To Cornelius. Ac 10:3.

p. To Peter. Ac 10:9-17.

q. To John (See also Rev chapters 4 - 22). Re 1:12.

9. Sometimes withheld for a long season. 1Sa 3:1.

10. The withholding of a great calamity. Pr 29:18; La 2:9.

11. False prophets pretended to have seen. Jer 14:14; 23:16.

12. The prophets of God skilled in interpreting. 2Ch 26:5; Da 1:17.