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“Come, everyone who thirsts, come to the waters; and he who has no money, come, buy and eat! Come, buy wine and milk without money and without price." Isaiah 55:1

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“Listen carefully to me, and you will eat well, you will enjoy the fat of the land.”   How did early Judaism understand the Messianic Era, and what developed throughout time in Jewish thought?  Haftarah Re’eh describes a day of lush abundance for the land and people who are faithful to YHWH.

Haftarah Re’eh:  Isaiah 54:11 – 55:5

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JW Brakebill

August 12, 2018 at 3:20 am

Shalom, Interesting viewpoints. Your interpretations of Isaiah differ greatly from KJ and many other translations I study. Today iis the first day of visiting your site, Heard about you from your podcast with Nehemia Gordon. I am not a Jew, raised in Christianity, but have been blessed with wisdom from Yehovah to seek out Jewish teachings to help me learn Godly Truth. As I read Torah, God’s people were commissioned to teach all of us, but sadly, too many in the world believe in the replacement doctrine; that since Yehovah “divorced” Israel, that now Christianity is His people’s. I disagree with that. He “may” have sent Israel away with a bill of divorcement, but not Judah/Levi, though YHVH says they too sinned. I’m sure somebody had to keep carrying the knowledge of God. Actually I have great respect, admiration, loyalty, some love, and deep concerns for the Jewish people’s. I cannot believe that in the recent LGBT parades that nobody in all Israel had enough ZEAL for Yehovah to call for everyone to come out and stone these people per Torah. PURGE the evil from your midst. Though not anxious myself to see violence or anybody killed, lack of zeal among the people of God, THAT TRULY disappointed me. If nothing else, I would have hoped somebody was jotting down names and that the government contacted each participant and gave 30 days notice to get out of the country, Get OFF God’s Promised Land, or be stoned. I had “hoped” that God’s people were more righteous than to put up with Gay parades, especially after Sodom & Gomorrah. Do the peoples think we can perform the same abominations and Yehovah will turn a blind eye? Beware America, Israel, and any other nation that gives rights to these people’s as destruction from the Almighty WILL, MUST follow!

Amos 3:7 relays that Surely YHVH does nothing without first revealing it to His servants the prophets. So besides Yeshua, who foretold the destruction of the second temple? Was there ever a prophetic reason given so the Jews had a chance to repent? Is it even remotely “possible” that the destruction was commanded by God for a specific purpose, such as, to STOP the animal sacrificing that He criticized in Malachi? PLEASE UNDERSTAND, IT IS NOT MY PLACE TO JUDGE, nor am I accusing or trying to blame OR OFFEND, but is it possible that God had the temple destroyed so that the Jewish people’s would take a hard look at Yeshua, to ask, is it possible that our rabbi’s didn’t understand Yehovah’s plan of salvation? A plan that may have included sending forth His Son, through the overshadowing of Miriam by the Ruach HaKodesh, so that a virgin mothered a man child, (per prophecy) to be sacrificed for a final, one time sin offering? I KNOW that the concept of killing/sacrificing humans is abominable in Jewish eyes, but could Abraham/Isaac been a foreshadowing of things to come? The New Testament, Matthew 27:25, the Jewish people’s told Pilate that His blood (Yeshua) be on us and our children. Is it “possible” that they invoked a 2000 year curse upon all of you? Do the rabbi’s ever ask, “What if?” What if they really did not understand YHVH’s plan? What if Yeshua really was who he said he was? Isn’t the claim to have been the Messiah. the Son of God, the ONLY thing they had against Him? Would that not explain fully why the Temple has never been able to be rebuilt? If Yehovah did away with the concept of animal sacrifice for sin, replacing those sacrifices with Yeshua’s blood, then what “NEED” would there be for a temple in these last 2000 years? I have been taught that He had to die for even my sins, so I played a part in His sacrifice. But t actually have relatives that demanded His death, and I may have, I would have even more trouble living with the guilt. AGAIN, please understand, I do NOT JUDGE, it is NOT my place. I’m just curious. Besides, who can resist God’s will? If He determined to send His Son, and that He wanted the Jewish leaders to push to have Him killed, that is EXACTLY what would have happened. nobody can withstand His will or decisions. Just as I believe Adam and Eve HAD to disobey to fulfill God’s plan, the Jews could not have prevented the killing of Yeshua. Many questions enter my mind. As I said, I SINCERELY DO NOT WISH to offend or judge, just seek answers, and as I seek, maybe will cause others to seek for answers along with me. May Yehovah bless and your podcasts be a great success. JW

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