Isaiah 49, the Servant, the Light to the Gentiles, Zion remembered.

      Who is Isaiah referring to? Himself or the Messiah?

 

Or does God refer to Israel?

Or does God refer directly to Jesus?

Here is a hint: It is Jesus.

In King James language:

Aswan is what is now Sudan, Sinim is somewhere in the East.

There are differences between the Dead sea scrolls and the Masoretic text. Here is an example of a major difference.

A testimony from Thomas the doubter.

Isaiah 44, Israel the chosen, the one and only God and the folly of idols, Israel not forgotten, Judah will be restored.

This prophesy was given about 150 years before it happened. Cyrus the elder ruled from 559 to 530 B.C. and let the captives return and rebuild the temple.

Isaiah 41, the Helper of Israel, the futility of idols.

This hymn passes the test of the ages, the accompanying pictures are of course dated, the warfare goes on. The hymn is as relevant now as when it was composed. Hymns based on God’s word pass the test of time, as the spiritual warfare increases.

Don’t trust in Idols, they are worse than useless.