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"Where the body is, there the vultures will gather" - Why do Matthew and Luke place this teaching in different contexts?

At the Luke passage the disciples desired to know where this separation would take place. That is from vs34, "two men will be in one bed; one will be taken, and the other will be left." ...
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"Where the body is, there the vultures will gather" - Why do Matthew and Luke place this teaching in different contexts?

“Where the body is, there also the vultures will gather.” This figurative statement occurs in both Luke and Matthew during an event where Jesus responds to His disciples' inquiry about the signs of ...
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Deeper understanding as to why Isaiah 49:3's reference to "My Servant, Israel" fits in the larger context of Isaiah 49's Messianic prophetic account

Let us first point out that although the Servant in verse 3 is called Israel, it is still singular. Just like two previous verses, it talks about one specific individual. The second fact to consider ...
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Deeper understanding as to why Isaiah 49:3's reference to "My Servant, Israel" fits in the larger context of Isaiah 49's Messianic prophetic account

Albert Barnes addresses this question in some detail, which I will quote only in part: The only other interpretation, therefore, is that which refers it to the Messiah. This, which has been the ...
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