In his research, ultraguy has discovered a commonly untranslated Hebrew word that is sprinkled abundantly through the Old Testament scriptures. This word has been demonstrated to be an explicit reference to Jesus Christ.
The book of Joshua (aka, Yahshuah, the same name as the Lord) is positively overflowing with the word. Among many other uses in the book of Isaiah, verse ten of chapter fifty-two is about as plain as it gets:
The LORD has bared his holy arm (ath – the Alpha and Omega, i.e., Jesus Christ) before the eyes of all the nations, and all the ends of the earth shall see the salvation of our God.
The following chapter is one of the most important prophecies of Yahshuah’s Messiahship (never read, I am told, in modern synagogues). Two slight variations of the word appear there as well, in the kind of context you would expect.SteveRaleigh, North-Carolina
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