Black Spirituality Religion : Isaiah 53:10 Hebrew word analysis:

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    Isaiah 53:10 Hebrew word analysis:

    1. And

    2. GOD

    3. (flowery) to want, to be interested in - object, article - (literary) desire, want, wish

    4. to oppress, to subjugate ; to crush, to overpower, to suppress ; to cause depression - to be oppressed, to be subjugated

    5. And

    6. to begin, to start - to begin, to start

    7. Unknown single letter the Hebrew Yod, Egyptian for Hand or closed Hand.

    8. if – mother - nut (on a bolt) - (flowery) nation, people

    9. (literary) to become weak

    10. ocean, sea ; (biblical) West ; abundance, plethora, profusion

    11. guilt – guilty - (flowery) to transgress, to be guilty, to sin

    12. soul, spirit ; person - to go on vacation, to relax - vacation, holiday

    13. And

    14. fear, terror, dread ; awe, reverence ; piety, God-fearingness

    15. seed ; semen - to sow ; to spread, to disseminate

    16. to lengthen, to extend ; to prolong, to extend

    17. day (cf. night) ; day (calendar day, 24-hour period) - ocean, sea ; (biblical) West ; abundance, plethora, profusion

    18. And

    19. object, article - (flowery) to want, to be interested in - (literary) desire, want, wish

    20. GOD

    21. (biblical) by means of, through, via

    22. And

    23. Unknown single letter the Hebrew Yod, Egyptian for Hand or closed Hand.

    24. to succeed, to be successful - to cross, to traverse, to ford
     
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    skrybble7 Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Oh, ok. Now I see why you seem so lost...
    See comments on other thread...
     
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    The Hebrew text of Isaiah 53:10 is confused and this explains why one can find different translations of the verse even between Jewish books. In my analyses from the Hebrew text this is what I come up with.

    And GOD desired to crush the people to start weakening the armies with disease, sickness and illness because of our sins and transgressions of our soul, to see if our seed and offspring’s would learn to fear HIM so that we could continue our days and existence. Through this GOD would abundantly fulfill HIS works of HIS Hand.

    Now we see that this passage is actually a summation of the whole works GOD performs through the nation of Israel, Judah and Egypt, African tribes and people that were crushed, dispersed and enslaved. It reveals how the Heathen were able to conquer the armies of Judah, the LORD made us weak through disease, sickness and illness.

    If one wants to expand their knowledge of the true meaning and scriptures one would do good to learn Hebrew and began viewing the Bible as a Historical document that explains how African tribes and nations, a more advanced race of people became subject to a less advanced people. The whole story is written in the Bible.
     
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    With this opportunity to see the Hebrew meaning of some words we can also began to examine the KJV meaning of “seed”.

    he shall see his seed

    is referring to actual offsprings as children, seed, semen, nut. In understanding this we know see that this passage is not referring to Jesus because Jesus never had children, nor a girlfriend nor a wife.

    The best way to view this passage is that it is referring to the entire nation of Israel and Prophets to come.
     
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    10 Yet it pleased the Lord to bruise him; he hath put him to grief: when thou shalt make his soul an offering for sin, he shall see his seed, he shall prolong his days, and the pleasure of the Lord shall prosper in his hand.



    Seeing this verse makes me tearful; not because I think there is something wrong being done, but because of the love one can see being put forth of the Father and the Son. He took a world of sin upon His shoulders, for our sake, and had gone through much suffering so we wouldn't have to. By His cleansing, His sacrifice, we have been made free to salvation and are justified before our KING our Father, by His Holy Lamb.

    And just as He has His days prolonged after His resurrection, which served as proof to His authority and His Holiness, so shall all who believe and have faith, with holy works to our Savior and King. The Father has loved us so, with a truly living love, and an undying Light and compassion.
     
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