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Reflection. Prophecy about the Messiah's death. By Fabian Massa.
Asesor Fabian Massa
Translated from Spanish to English with Google translator.
1. prophesying the Messiah and the circumstances of his coming, ministry, scope, character, family, political and economic environment, time of arrival and even his name.
2. speaking the rapture of the Church and the Day of Wrath of God
3. Millennium speaking of Christ.
Today I want to share with you. Prophecy of the Messiah's death, which we can find written in Isaiah 53 New Living Translation (NLT)  Isaiah wrote this prophecy in the late eighth century. C. This means that prophesy the death of Jesus 750 years before he was born.
1 Who has believed our message?
Who Has the Lord revealed his powerful arm?
The message of Christ, how many believed in his time? Few truly.
2 My servant grew up in the Lord's presence like a tender green shoot;
as root on dry land.
A root in dry ground has a hard life. Christ was born in Bethlehem of Judah, which was really small (cf. Micah 5.2) and then the family moved to Nazareth, who was so poor that street traders dodged, Nathanael refers to it as a city that could not leaving nothing good (John 1.46)
There was nothing beautiful or majestic in appearance, nothing to attract us to him.
The reference is to the physical aspect, an unattractive man. So it is not understood that all representations as paint handsome, blond and blue-eyed.
3 He was despised and rejected:
man of sorrows and acquainted the deepest pain.
We turned our backs and avert our eyes; He was despised, and we did not mind.
Jesus died on the cross and only John and Mary and a few accompanied him. Prophecy and he had spoken by the prophet Zechariah (12.4) and Jesus himself testifies that this is fulfilled (Matthew 26.31 and Mark 14.27): "Then Jesus said unto them, All ye shall be offended because of me this night; because it is written: I will strike the shepherd, and the sheep of the flock will be scattered. "
4 Yet it was our infirmities that he bore;
were our sufferings that overwhelmed him.
And we thought his troubles were a punishment from God;
What a punishment for his own sins!
5 But he was wounded for our transgressions
and crushed for our sins.
Literally they pierced: they nailed his hands and feet and finally nailed a spear into his side. (John 19.34; 20.25). He was beaten for us to be at peace; It was whipped so we could be healed.
Religious and most people when they saw Jesus on the cross, associated with the fact a punishment from God, surely "for his bad life." But Scripture explains that it was not in his iniquity (which was not) but for ours.
6 All we like sheep have gone astray us;
we have left the ways of God to follow our own.
However, the Lord put upon him the sins of us all.
God in His mercy, Jesus took upon our sins, sins and transgressions.
7 He was oppressed and treated harshly,
however, not a word said.
Like a lamb led to matadero.Y like a sheep silent before her shearers, he did not open his mouth.
Jesus did not defend himself in the parodies of "Trials" they did, so says not a single word said. Like a lamb led to slaughter. He was already agreed between the religious of the Temple that Jesus should die, "trials" were only a pantomime to give a semblance of legality.
8 On the wrongfully convicted,
they took him.
No one cared that he died without descendants; or that you take life halfway.
This paragraph detracts all fantasies like "The Da Vinci Code".
But he was wounded death
for the transgression of my people.
9 And he had done nothing wrong,
and he had never deceived anyone.
But he was buried like a criminal;
He was placed in the tomb of a rich man.
While died between two thieves, his remains were deposited in a new tomb, belonging to the wealthy family of Joseph of Arimathea (John 19.38) who wrapped his body in fine linen, while Nicodemus took expensive ointments (John 19.39).
10 was part of the great plan the Lord crush
and cause pain.
However, when your life is given into sin offering, you will have many descendants.
Their descendants are all disciples.
You will enjoy a long life,
and in his hands the Lord's good plan will prosper.
11 When you see all that is accomplished by his anguish,
will be satisfied.
And because of what he experienced, my righteous servant will make it possible
many are counted righteous, for he shall bear all sins.
12 I will give up the honors of a victorious soldier,
because he exposed himself to death.
He was counted among the rebels. He bore the sins of many and interceded for the transgressors.
Christ he rose again and now lives forever and thanks to their sacrifice today we have hope. See the texts from the prophetic perspective gives another dimension to Scripture and opens the understanding.
Week 70 is about to begin. Understand the prophetic message is of utmost importance.
Prophetic Message - Prophecy of Death of the Messiah
Перевод с испанского на русский язык с Google Переводчик. Неделя 70 делится с нами: Второй зверь. Глядя на нее, я был очень удивлен . 7 Тогда он сказал мне: "Почему вы удивляетесь? Я объясню тайну жены сей и зверя с семью головами и десятью рогами, на котором он установлен. 8 Зверь, которого ты видел, что это было раньше, теперь нет, и собирается подняться из бездны, но находится на пороге уничтожения.Живущих на земле, имена которых, начиная с создания мира, не написаны в книге жизни, будут удивлены, чтобы увидеть зверя, потому что он когда-то был, сейчас нет, и все же появится. Откровение 17,6 - 8 Английский: http://lasemana70.blogspot.com.ar/2013/04/the-second-beast.html ИССЛЕДОВАНИЕ. Второй зверь. По Фабиан Масса. http://www.tesorosdesabiduria.com/2014/07/blog-post_19.html
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