Maimon. Prince of Peace—(See on Isa 9:5; Ge 49:10; Shiloh, "The Tranquillizer"). Rabbi Joseph vigorously denied this teaching. But it is used in reference to durations, as a Hebraism involving high poetic beauty. What does this mean? (2) It is significant that the word for âGodâ is not Elohim, which may be used in a lower sense for those who are representatives of God, as in Exodus 7:1; Exodus 22:28, 1Samuel 28:13, but El, which is never used by Isaiah, or any other Old Testament writer, in any lower sense than that of absolute Deity, and which, we may note, had been specially brought before the prophetâs thoughts in the name Immanuel. Ebr. click, Contact | Facebook | Twitter | Store | Radio | Copying and Linking | Statement of Faith | The Warning TractCARM, PO BOX 1353, Nampa ID 83653 | 385-246-1048 | firstname.lastname@example.orgHosting by EverythingsA.com Powered by the Connectivity.Engineer Network, Christian Apologetics & Research Ministry, CARM, PO BOX 1353, Nampa ID 83653 | 385-246-1048. Men should not simply praise it as they praise their fellows, but should adore and wonder at it as they wonder at the wisdom of God (Judges 13:18, where the Hebrew for the âsecretâ of the Authorised version is the same as that for âwonderful;â Exodus 15:11; Psalm 77:11; Psalm 78:11; Isaiah 28:29; Isaiah 29:14). Then, through the ages, God-shaped history and periodically revealed more and more about the coming deliverer. 20. The phrase may either mean the same as the Eternal Father, and the sense will be, that the Messiah will not, as must be the case with an earthly king, however excellent, leave his people destitute after a short reign, but will rule over them and bless them forever (Hengstenberg); or it may be used in accordance with a custom usual in Hebrew and in Arabic, where he who possesses a thing is called the father of it. (3) In âFather of Eternity,â (LXX. Literally, it is the Father of eternity, עד אבי 'ĕby ‛ad. MATT SLICK LIVE RADIOCall in with your questions at 877-207-22763-4pm PST; 4-5pm MST; 6-7pm ESTWatch on FacebookPast Shows Radio PodcastRadio Show SurveySubscribe to CARM Radio, CARM wishlistWant to help CARM in a different way? And His name will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Eternal Father, Prince of Peace. God stands in no need of counsel, nor does it properly fall on him, though it is sometimes ascribed to him, speaking after the manner of men. Here the government on Messiah's shoulder is in marked antithesis to the "yoke and staff" of the oppressor on Israel's "shoulder" (Isa 9:4). For the Messiah was wonderful in all things. It is applied here to denote the unusual and remarkable assemblage of qualities that distinguished the Messiah. His name shall be called Wonderful.âIt is noticeable that that which follows is given not as many names, but one. son … given—(Ps 2:7). (n) T. Bab. The word rendered "everlasting," עד ‛ad, properly denotes "eternity," and is used to express "forever;" see Psalm 9:6, Psalm 9:19; Psalm 19:10. The vision of the prophet is, that the long-expected Messiah is born, and is seen growing up amidst the surrounding darkness of the north of Palestine, Isaiah 9:1. Isaiah 9:6 is a prophecy that is fulfilled in Jesus who was born so that He might die. That hope had been embodied by David in the name of Absalom (â father of peace â) and Solomon. p. 745. The name "counselor" here, יועץ yû‛ēts, denotes one of honorable rank; one who is suited to stand near princes and kings as their adviser. Sinic. It is commonly applied to one in early life; but no particular stress is to be laid on the word. Such a use of a verb is not uncommon in Isaiah. This prophecy is an encouragement that God is indeed on Judah’s side, and an assurance that by the time this child is grown, Assyria and Syria will be defeated. But comparing his description of this baby boy to the birth announcements we send and receive illumines the distinctive splendor of this particular baby. But after all such controversy, it still remains certain that the natural and obvious meaning of the expression is to denote a divine nature. This word usually denotes a lad, a boy, a youth. From these passages, it is clear that it may denote that which is miraculous, but that this idea is not necessarily connected with it. At his birth we see the beginning of the work of redemption. Chizzuk Emuna, par. Isaiah 53 described him as a suffering servant who would bear our sins. It is a word which expresses with surprising accuracy everything in relation to the Redeemer. mighty God—(Isa 10:21; Ps 24:8; Tit 2:13) Horsley translates: "God the mighty man." Isaiah 22:22, “Then I will set the key of the house of David on his shoulder, when he opens no one will shut, when he shuts no one will open.”. We are called out of this world, and into the kingdom of God. Vid. The term Father is not applied to the Messiah here with any reference to the distinction in the divine nature, for that word is uniformly, in the Scriptures, applied to the first, not to the second person of the Trinity. The King is marvelous in how He came. It is observable that at his birth there was a general peace, not only in the Roman empire, Luke 2:1 but in all the world; and it is remarkable, that whereas at this time the Chinese empire enjoyed a profound peace, the emperor of it changed his name, and would not be called by his name Ngayus, but Pingus, which signifies "peaceable" (u). 2. Instead he cooperated with the limitations of humanity. There are many such prophecies about Jesus. And if the kingdom was to be âfor ever and ever,â then in some very real sense he would be, in that attribute of Fatherly government, a sharer in the eternity of Jehovah. Or do you think of a cute, new life that is vulnerable, and needs warmth, protection, and food.
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