THE PROPHET IN ISAIAH CHAPTER 11
THE PROPHET IN ISAIAH CHAPTER 11
The character in Isaiah 11 has been of intense scrutiny and study by Bible Scholars and Theologians worldwide ever since the Prophet Isaiah inscribed it in the scroll. Many people read it and hurriedly assume it is talking about Jesus Christ or Yeshua Hamashiach (first advent). They come back to read it and they get more puzzled. A lot of Bible commentaries have tried to make sure it fit for Jesus (first advent) and this has brought a lot of discomfort not only to themselves but mainly to the real bona-fide owners of the Holy Scriptures – The Israelites.
The character in Isaiah 11 is some one called by the Holy One of Israel to speak on His behalf. He is invited by the creator of the universe as in Jeremiah 30:21 to do a peculiar job for Him. He can be seen in Isaiah 42, Isaiah 49, Part of Isaiah 53, Micah 5:2-5 and many other chapters of the scriptures. He shares many similarities with Yeshua Hamashiach such as being despised and rejected as in Isaiah 53, but his role and function is so clear that disbelieving in what he says will be like you have not believed Jesus after all. The Prophet in Isaiah 11 is the last witness to Yeshua Hamashiach to the 12 tribes of Israel. Yeshua Hamashiach talked about him in John 16:7-14. He referred to him as the Spirit of Truth.
His assignment is very specific with no ambiguities. Just like a Lawyer is called to the Bar, so has The Holy One of Israel called him to His Bar. He will have to bring the Gospel to his family members (The Jews). He is like the Prophet Moses- He talks directly with the creator of the universe. He is tasked to carry out the second exodus of the Israelites.
He is called from the womb to do this great task Isaiah 49. His teachings or Law he has in his hands is spoken of in Isaiah 42. His teaching summarizes the existence and future of the world. He is able to establish perfect justice on earth, for all humanity will put their hope in his Law – Isaiah 42. He is able to accomplish this feat because the Holy One of Israel called him to undertake the task. (Isaiah 42:6)
His teachings are quite different and more radical than the sermons and discourse we are used to hearing. “Repent for the Kingdom of God is at hand”. This has been the talk all men had known until the kingdom itself comes on Earth. He does not preach about freewill repentance but teaches induced repentance for this is the sermon that establishes the kingdom.
This is what makes his sermon different, however with time all men will come to appreciate and understand the hidden mysteries that establishes the kingdom of God on Earth. The character in Isaiah 11 is the same character in Daniel 7:13 who is presented in front of the Holy One of Israel and all nations, tribes and languages given to him. This is a scene The Prophet Daniel had sight of and was very perplexed. He sighted this scene and did not understand.
The Prophet Daniel did not understand the scene because the ultimate price (death of The Son) had then not been paid. After it has been paid the road became very clear. The character in Isaiah 11 is the same as Jeremiah 23:5 who is raised by the Father to execute judgment and justice on earth. He is also the branch in Zechariah 6:12 for he brings the branch and local office of God’s governance to Planet Earth.
The character in Isaiah 11 brings to rest the hullabaloo surrounding the persona of Jesus Christ (English) Yeshua Hamashiach (Hebrew) to his family members worldwide and the world at large. The character in Isaiah 11 is the same in Psalm 72. In his time, there shall be abundance of peace till the moon is no more. Isaiah 11 brings all people of the world together in such a way that all nations live together happily without any animosity. He does not even ask nations to stop fighting but then provide the hidden formula for perfect peace on Planet Earth – The Law: THE DO EAT COMMAND.
Isaiah 11’s outdoor brings perfect understanding to all men and the beginning of yet another great suspense and expectation in the history of man – The Resurrection Age. When is Resurrection taking place?
The Prophet in Isaiah 11 is the mysterious figure a lot of people especially Jews have been trying to figure out. He is “One like the Son of Man” in the Book of Daniel and Revelation.
The Character in Isaiah 11 could be likened to any undercover security agent on an espionage who muddles himself with his target, breaks all the rules as his target and in the end, reveals himself to effect arrest of his target. He is the only Human ever to be given a license to Sin. Likened to the World Drugs Trade, although the sale and handling of some drugs on a global scale is against the law, some entities are given the license to possess and sell them. Isaiah 11 uses sin as his textbook. Remember the whole world is his classroom and his Tutor, the Creator of the Universe main objective is how He dismantles Evil and Sin. Yeshua Hamashiach could not play this role as he could by nature not be able to err.
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