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Isaiah 9:6 - The Approaching Return

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Submitted by M. Tovey (United States), Nov 28, 2011 at 18:10

In Isaiah 9:6, which translation do you thinks is false? To whom do you think the prophecy is directed?

The Jewish observation is the same as yours; they have attributed to someone else what the scripture has evidently pointed to, the Messiah. And there lays the rub; no one not having a believing faith in the Messiah of the Jewish tradition will recognize the complex personality of the Messiah.

Yeshua never lied. Yeshua was glorified by the Father several times-do you think someone of Jewish influences is going to mistranslate this?

Job, from the time of Abram, had his exchange with the LORD; his redeemer lives.

In His estate as the righteous judge, He is not a man as we may know Him, but He does have all authority. Which of the Jewish influenced translations gives Him all authority?

Whose translation is messed up?


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