Prophets Influence On Society

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The development of one society is, to an extent, determined by the influences certain leaders have on the people in the times of hardship. It is simply a concept that is to convince a certain group of people to strive towards a specific goal or mission. Whether a Prophet, King, Writer, Leader of War, or a simple boy in society, they all can have an impact on ones society and forever more change the way people live in years to come.
Isaiah was a Hebrew Prophet that lived about 700 years before the birth of Christ. Prophets are spiritual people who believe that they were chosen to teach people that God is in control and is worthy of everyone’s trust. They taught and proclaimed the word of God.
As shown in the bible, Isaiah grew up during the
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