In I Kings 13 we find the telling of two prophets. The messenger was told by God to deliver His message and then to leave, neither eating or drinking and go a different direction than he had arrived. Throughout the tale, the messenger prophet is referred to as "the man of God". After he had delivered the message from God the man of God left as he was told, but another prophet had heard of the visit and intercepted the man of God, convincing him to go to his house and have something to eat and drink. Even though the prophet lied to the man of God, the man of God was judged for disobeying His directives. I had read this account many times, but recently it hit me that both of these men held the title of "prophet", but God recorded only one of them as being a man of God, the other only referred to as a prophet. Something we can all take from this is that just because someone has a title (prophet, priest, pastor, evangelist, missionary, etc.) does not mean they are a man of God. Listen to the Holy Spirit always.