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Who is the servant in Isaiah 53?

Is the servant in Isaiah 53 a person or something else? Judaism and Christianity have completely different answers. Taking the time to study the Scripture preceding chapter 53, Isaiah gives us the answer. So lets approach this without a preconceived conclusion. The subject of Isaiah 53 actually begins in chapter 52, verse 13. Keep in … Continue reading Who is the servant in Isaiah 53?

Micah prophesies the Messianic Era

The future King or leader of Israel is referred to often in the Tanach, by the various Prophets. Micah gives reference to this leader as well. Micah grew up in Moresheth-gath, a village near the Philistine border. He prophesied during the reigns of Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah (739 – 693 BCE)1 Chapter 5 vs.1in the … Continue reading Micah prophesies the Messianic Era

Is Isaiah 7:14 referring to a “virgin” or a “young woman”?

Some believe that she was a combination of both, she may have been a young woman and a virgin as well. So why does this matter? It wouldn't matter, but the verse is used by the writer of Mathew to present his “virgin birth” story of the messiah. The book of Matthew is the only … Continue reading Is Isaiah 7:14 referring to a “virgin” or a “young woman”?

A Mothers Cry from the Grave – Love Personified!

God heard the cry from Rachel for her children, as she cried out from Ramah. She was greatly distressed. But she had been deceased for many years before this. Does our love for our family stop or does it continue after we pass on from here? Are we aware of events happening after death?1 How … Continue reading A Mothers Cry from the Grave – Love Personified!

Does the Bible say that blood is required to be forgiven?

Does blood have to be shed for Gods forgiveness? Does God require a blood sacrifice before He will forgive? The Christian religion teaches that blood is required, while Judaism teaches that blood is not required. So which is it? What does the Torah teach us? The first few chapters of Leviticus is dedicated to explaining … Continue reading Does the Bible say that blood is required to be forgiven?