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In Isaiah 45:7, what is the meaning of “I form the light and create darkness” and how does that phrase relate to “I make peace and create evil”?

In order to understand what God has said in Isaiah 45:17(KJV), we must go back during time of creation, specifically when God said , "But of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, thou shalt ...
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Deeper understanding of Isaiah 50:10 “walks in darkness” phrasing?

Isaiah chapter 50 addresses to the entire nation of Israel, rather than focus on defined individual. If it had to choose among the three options given by the OP, number three is close but still not ...
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Deeper understanding of Isaiah 50:10 “walks in darkness” phrasing?

First we should consider the opening of this section: 1 Thus says the Lord: Where is the bill of divorce with which I dismissed your mother? The fact of there being no bill of divorce means that ...
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Deeper understanding of Isaiah 50:10 “walks in darkness” phrasing?

That God led the Israelites through the wilderness with a pillar of fire by night. Exodus 13. Here they light their own torches to be the fire that leads them and so they are walking in the darkness ...
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Deeper understanding of Isaiah 50:10 “walks in darkness” phrasing?

Isa 50:10, 11 - Who among you fears the LORD and obeys the voice of his servant? Let him who walks in darkness and has no light trust in the name of the LORD and rely on his God. Behold, all you who ...
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Does Isaiah 66:21 contradict Jesus as High priest?

If the question is assuming that Jesus the High Priest is the Lord speaking in Isaiah 66 verse 15-16: See, the Lord is coming with fire, and his chariots are like a whirlwind; he will bring down his ...
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(Isaiah 49:24-25) Questions of "prey be taken from the mighty man?" Or "captives of a tyrant be rescued?" Received switched answers

The structure of Isaiah 49:24-25 can be seen as a form of Hebrew parallelism, which is a common literary device in biblical poetry. In this case, the parallelism is used to create a contrast between ...
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(Isaiah 49:24-25) Questions of "prey be taken from the mighty man?" Or "captives of a tyrant be rescued?" Received switched answers

Isa 49:24 & 25 form a classic Hebrew chiasm - a piece of literature/writing that is symmetrical about the center. Let me set this out to show the structure: A: Can the plunder be snatched from ...
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Deeper contextual understanding of Isaiah 49:8 declaration that the Israelites will "inherit the desolate heritages"

This seems to say that Jesus will restore the desolate land of Israel. This could refer to the establishment of the nation of Israel in 1947, primarily due to the efforts of President Harry Truman ...
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Deeper contextual understanding of Isaiah 49:8 declaration that the Israelites will "inherit the desolate heritages"

The OP says "Isaiah 49:7-9 is a benevolent declaration to the mistreated Messiah." But - without denying this interpretation as a dual fulfillment - another way of looking at this prophecy ...
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What is Isaiah 11:15 referring to?

Like someone else said those historical nations don't exist anymore so it could of been about some Israelites returning to the land after the Assyrians exiled them in 722 BC or about returning to the ...
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What is Isaiah 11:15 referring to?

There are 7 primary ocean currents that circulate between the continents that intereact with their north south origins as the earth rotates continually stirring the currents.
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