The Bible is full of prophecy that fires the imagination and challenges us to seek a closer walk with God. Prophecy (nevu’a) is crucial in Judaism, shaping Jewish tradition, hopes, and expectations, and pointing to the coming Messianic era. Nevu’a is related to the Hebrew term niv sefatayim, meaning fruit of the lips, which is what a prophet produces through his words—much fruit for the glory of God. Throughout the Bible, God used prophets to explain God’s Word in light of current events and encourage the Jewish People to follow God’s will. He used prophets to reveal future events in order to warn them of the consequences of their current decisions.