That evil prophet was Balaam, mentioned in Numbers 22.

(Lori: And this is “Lessons with Lori” quickly dealing with a phrase Peter uses in describing Balaam’s donkey.  Just because the Bible uses certain old words and phrases in their proper context, that does not give us an excuse to abuse those same words and phrases, using them in what we know is rude and offensive ways.  Have discernment about your speech so your testimony will not be hindered by what you can “get away with.”)

    She has made a good point, quizzers.  So, speaking of sin, what two animals are used to illustrate folks turning back to their wicked ways?

-Fish and birds-

-Donkeys and dogs-

-Horses and hippos-

-A dog to its vomit and a pig to the mire-

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