Prophecy ended at around the same time blessings were introduced into Judaism, during the time of Anshei Knesses Hagdola. There were exceptions of course like Birchas Hamazon and Birchas Hatorah, but even when fulfilling a mitzvah in the Torah, a blessing was generally not said.
My question is concerning the nature of a prophet fulfilling the direct command from Hashem. Would that action get a bracha? Such as Yechezkel writing on the sticks and bringing them together, as found in chapter 37 of his book. Or Hoshea marrying a zona as in chapter 1 of his. Or perhaps only actions for the general population get brachos.
Of course, as mentioned, these two time periods did not overlap much, if at all. But if they did, did those prophets make brachos?
Besides my curiosity, there might be a practical application for this. Moshiach will come. He will be a prophet and he will fulfill Hashem's commandments. There is no reason to assume the institution of blessings will be abolished. So will he be making blessings on his fulfillments of Hashem's prophetic commands?