This week’s episode in our Isaiah series uncovers a remarkable, yet often overlooked, tapestry of intertwined prophetic lives. In the shadow of the reigns of Uzziah, Yotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah, four prophets—Hosea, Isaiah, Amos, and Micah—proclaimed their visions. But did you know that amidst the turbulence, at least two of these prophets became fathers? Their children, bearing names that foretold imminent events, became living prophecies. Isaiah described them as “for signs and wonders.” The stories behind these children and their mothers—one a prophetess, the other a prostitute—paint a captivating narrative of faith, prophecy, and destiny.

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