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The book of Isaiah, and the 8th C prophet Isaiah.

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Emphasis in Isaiah 50:11

Does the phrase here translated - "this you shall have of mine hand" - refer to the the previous portion of the verse, or does it refer to the latter portion of the verse? Is 50:11Behold, ...
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Who are the seven women of Isaiah 4:1

I'm interested in peoples understanding and interpretation of Isaiah 4:1 In that day seven women will take hold of one man and say, “We will eat our own bread and provide our own clothes. Just let us ...
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What are the "briars and thorns" in Isaiah 27:4?

I have no wrath. Should someone give Me briars and thorns in battle, Then I would step on them, I would burn them completely. (NASB) Simply put, how should we understand this verse? Who are the ...
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Will the messiah save us from sin or will the messiah come to those who repent

I see in Matthew chapter 1, it talks about the messiah saving his people from their sins. But Tanakh talks about the messiah coming to those who repent. How do we reconcile these two? Matthew 1:20 ...
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Meaning of Isaiah 65:16

What does “because he who is blessed in the earth will be blessed by the God of truth” mean? Because he who is blessed in the earth Will be blessed by the God of truth; And he who swears in the ...
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Is the prophet referring to Persia when he mentions Elam in Isaiah 21?

A grievous vision is declared unto me; the treacherous dealer dealeth treacherously, and the spoiler spoileth. Go up, O Elam: besiege, O Media; All sighing thereof have I made to cease. -- Isaiah 21:...
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In Isaiah 19:16-25, we have a future scenario for Egypt. The 19th verse refers to an 'altar' and also a 'pillar'. What could these be in reference to?

There are some relatively new (in the last 25 years say) theories as to what Is 19:19 and 20, in whatever Bible translation one cares to look at, is referring to when talking about 'altar' and 'pillar'...
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Jesus' baptism in Spirit and fire in the light of the Isaianic new exodus

Many today recognize that Luke follows the Isaianic new exodus for his Luke-Acts narrative. So, what it is the meaning of Jesus' baptism in Spirit/fire (Luke 3:16; Acts 1:8) in the light of this? (...
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In Luke 4:19 what year did Jesus announce was the "acceptable year of the Lord"?

Jesus described his mission in terms taken directly from Isaiah: [Luk 4:19 NKJV] (19) To proclaim the acceptable year of the LORD." mGNT Luke 4:19 κηρύξαι ἐνιαυτὸν κυρίου δεκτόν [Isa 61:2 ...