Messianic Prophecy; The Prediction of the Fulfillment Fo Redemption Through the Messiah. a Critical Study Fo the Messianic Passages of the Lod Testament in the Order of Their Development

Messianic Prophecy; The Prediction of the Fulfillment Fo Redemption Through the Messiah. a Critical Study Fo the Messianic Passages of the Lod Testament in the Order of Their Development

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1886 edition. Excerpt: ...whom I will raise up for them. Therefore, 0 thou my servant Jacob, fear not, is the utterance of Jahveh, and be not terrified, Israel. For, lo, I am about to save thee from afar, and thy seed from the land of their captivity. And Jacob will return, and be at rest, and be quiet, and there will be none to make him afraid; For I will be with thee, is the utterance of Jahveh, to save thee when I make a full end,1 Among all nations whither I shall have dispersed thee, only of thee I will not make a full end,2 But I will chastise thee with judgment, and not altogether acquit thee. IL Verily, thus saith Jahveh: Thy bruise is ill, thy wound is incurable, there is none to espouse thy cause. For dressing 3 the wound, medicines, bandage thou hast none, all thy lovers have forgotten thee; They seek thee not; for I have wounded thee with the wound of an enemy; With the chastisement of a cruel one on account of the multitude of thine iniquities, because thy sins are strong in number. Why criest thou because of thy bruise that thy sorrow is ill 1 Because of the multitude of thine iniquities, because thy sins are strong in number I have done these things to thee.4 Therefore all who devour thee will be devoured, and all thine adversaries, all of them, will go into captivity, 1 as in Zeph. i. 18. 8 We make both lines close with this word to bring out the antithesis and the parallelism. The rhythm favours it, and we go against the Massoretic points. 3 llto!' = for dressing, binding up the wound. We agree with Graf in attaching this word to the next clause with niKSI, but we cannot agree with him in his rendering, wound. 4 The LXX. omits this and the previous line. They are a repetition of the previous context in the form of a question. Some think that it belongs to...show more

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