Deuteronomy 13:1

Overview - Deuteronomy 13
Enticers to idolatry;
how near soever unto thee;
are to be stoned to death.
12 Idolatrous cities are not to be spared.
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Deuteronomy 13:1  (King James Version)
If there arise among you a prophet, or a dreamer of dreams, and giveth thee a sign or a wonder,

a prophet
That is, one pretending to the divine inspiration and authority of the prophetic office, or a dreamer of dreams, one who pretends that some deity has spoken to him in the night season, and giveth thee a sign, {oth,} what appears to be a miraculous proof of his mission, or a wonder, {mopheth,} some portentous sign, such as an eclipse, which he, who knew when it would happen, might predict to the people, who knew nothing of the matter, and thereby accredit his pretensions. But no pretended miracles must be admitted as a proof that the people might violate the first and great commandment.
1 Kings 13:18 ; Isaiah 9:15 ; Jeremiah 6:13 ; 23:11 Ezekiel 13:2 Ezekiel 13:3 Ezekiel 13:23 ; Zechariah 13:4
Matthew 7:15 ; 24:11 Luke 6:26 ; 2 Peter 2:1 ; 1 John 4:1

a dreamer
Jeremiah 23:25-28 ; 27:9 Jeremiah 29:8 Jeremiah 29:24 *marg:
Zechariah 10:2

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