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The Suffering Messiah foretold
Posted On 05/09/2018 14:10:19 by PastorZomok

In the Old Testament there is a great text in isaiah chapter 53 that depicts a suffering servant.  Down through the corridor of time this has been interpreted in many ways.  In much Jewish literature (i.e. Talmud) this has been looked at as the Israel nation being trampled upon and even in exile. In the Zohar it has been given several interpretations. Despite all this, a casual reading makes it clear that this is an individual.  Here is the text itself (Young's... Read More

The Galilee of the Nations
Posted On 12/23/2017 23:06:53 by PastorZomok

Most of us are familiar with the wonderful messianic prophecy as found in isaiah 9:6, which reads-

'For a child will be born to us, a son will be given to us;
And the government will rest on His shoulders; And His name will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God,
Eternal Father, Prince of Peace.'

This was written by isaiah about 685 years before Yeshua was born to Mary, in Bethlehem, however most overlook the verses that come prior to this as the whole section... Read More

The True Fast
Posted On 05/07/2017 22:44:19 by PastorZomok

A firm nail then a throne
Posted On 12/08/2016 09:48:35 by PastorZomok

"And I will fasten him as a nail in a sure place; and he shall be for a glorious throne to his father's house." -Isaiah 22:23

In the book of isaiah we see prognostications of what is coming to the people and a changes for both ancient Judah and Israel but one can not help to see a hint here of the coming Messiah and his glory.  First he comes to save mankind and is firmly nailed to the cross to die for us...all in the fathers firm hand (see Zech. 10:4).  After this... Read More

The Cyrus pattern
Posted On 11/11/2016 07:32:21 by PastorZomok
   In isaiah 45 we have a few verses that fortell the coming of Cyrus, who will be a shepherd for the good of God's people.  This is suppose to have been written over a hundred years before Cyrus the Great, king of Persia, was even born (circa 600 BC).  Some try to say that it was simply added later by a an editor/redactor but this is not proven and much debate among scholars is ongoing.  Putting the debate aside, what I am interested in is the Cyrus pattern as the histo... Read More

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