1 Kings 22:6

Overview - 1 Kings 22
Ahab, seduced by false prophets, according to the word of Micaiah, is slain at Ramoth-gilead.
37 The dogs lick up his blood, and Ahaziah succeeds him.
41 Jehoshaphat's good reign.
45 His acts.
46 Jehoram succeeds him.
51 Ahaziah's evil reign.
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1 Kings 22:6  (King James Version)
Then the king of Israel gathered the prophets together, about four hundred men, and said unto them, Shall I go against Ramothgilead to battle, or shall I forbear? And they said, Go up; for the Lord shall deliver it into the hand of the king.

the prophets together
18:19 2 Timothy 4:3

Go up
1 Kings 22:15 1 Kings 22:22 1 Kings 22:23 ; 2 Chronicles 18:14 ; Jeremiah 5:31 ; Jeremiah 8:10 Jeremiah 8:11 Jeremiah 14:13 Jeremiah 14:14 23:14-17
Jeremiah 28:1-9 ; Ezekiel 13:7-16 Ezekiel 13:22 ; Matthew 7:15 ; 2 Peter 2:1-3 ; Revelation 19:20

the Lord
This prophecy is couched in the ambiguous terms in which the heathen oracles were delivered. It may mean, either "The Lord will deliver it (Ramoth Gilead) into the king's (Ahab's) hand;" or, "The Lord will deliver (Israel) into the king's (of Syria) hand." So in the famous reply of the Delphian oracle to Pyrrhus: {Aio te acida, Romanos vincere posse: Ibis redibis nunquam in bello peribis;} "I say to thee, Pyrrhus the Romans shall overcome: thou shalt go, thou shalt return never in war shalt thou perish."