Ethan/Jeduthun the Hip-Hop Prophet
By ReAsOn DiSciPLe
Hello again, we are back for the what? The fourth time? I think that is about right huh? Help me out guys! You guys are no fun!
Anyway, we are here again, talking about the Five Fold Hip-Hop Ministers as hidden in shadows, metaphors, and allegories in the Old Testament’s life of Kind David. Hence the reason why I titled this new/next book, The ‘MC’ (which means Master Constructor) Part 11 – Five-Fold Davidical Leaders: Influencing the Hip-Hop Ministry, Industry, and Culture.
Today we are going to talk about the Jeduthun (don’t ask me how to pronounce it). That’s why I call him by his other name, as given in the Bible, which is Ethan.
So let’s find out about this dude and see how we can apply the principles to the New Covenant Prophet and today’s modern day music minstrels—the Holy Hip Hoppers!
Jeduthun who Prophesied
Jeduthun’s name in Hebrew means, “laudatory, revere, praise.” He was also called Ethan, which means, “permanent, strong.” The Bible says that he was the PROPHET!
” … Jeduthun, who should PROPHECY with harps, with psalteries, and with cymbals …” (1st Chronicle 25:1).
“… under the hands of their father Jeduthun, who PROPHESIED with a harp, to give thanks and to praise the LORD.” (1st Chronicle 25:3).
It’s like I said about Chenaniah the Teacher, Jeduthun is pretty self-explanatory that he is the prophet. Well, scripturally all of the music minstrels are prophetic, which is the same today with the Holy Hip-Hop heads. The basic or the lowest level of the prophetic ministry in the Greek just means “inspired speaker or poet.”