The two prophets lending title to this book, are best known for the miracles that God ordained them to perform.Should not prophets be expected to prophesy? Yes... and these actually do, but most of their prophecies are hidden in the descriptions of their recorded miracles.A re-examination of the details and circumstances of each event, under the light of a few simple Biblical constructs, reveals prophecy that is imperceptible to the beneficiaries of the miracles and is apparently beyond the knowledge of the prophets themselves.The author of these mysteries is undeniably the Holy Spirit. Chronology and an established schedule of events are integral parts of His prophetic presentation. Not surprisingly, His intent is to glorify Jesus Christ.Examples of topics include: the birth, death, and Resurrection of Christ, Christ's Church, the gift of His indwelling Spirit, the Rapture, the Tribulation, the remnant of Israel, and Christ's Second Advent.God still uses ordinary people. Many of us have been made to feel at home in the woodshop. We, who possess a collector's enthusiasm for wood puzzles and teasers, have an innate desire to understand and appreciate the precision with which the components of an object may be designed to fit together. The Bible is the utmost of such design and precision.The Holy Spirit has drawn this cabinetmaker to undertake a serious study of God's Word over the last twenty years, which has consistently shown that the whole of His Book is written of Jesus Christ. Here offered as examples, are the many miracles of Elijah and Elisha, which initially seem puzzling and unconnected, but the Biblical Author's incisive descriptions allow them to dovetail perfectly with His presentations of both prophecy and the Gospel of Christ. Who knows whether their testimony was meant for such a time as this?