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Isaiah 53 describes Elijah of Malachi 3. Elijah comes with the angel of the covenant of the forgiveness of sins of the Jewish people. He reconciles the families of the Jewish people to the Teachings of G-d. Judaism. He is the man who makes the many righteous of Isaiah 53. He is the teacher of righteousness.

Not only is Jesus not described in Isaiah 53, much less the servant Israel, it describes Elijah and if John the Baptist had been Elijah, and he was not, then Jesus knew the Jewish people were already forgiven of their sins when he died on the cross.

And when Jesus describes John as Elijah with Malach 3/1 he left out the angel of the covenant. That kind of deceit worked in a day of illiteracy that lasted through the middle-ages and no one had the Jewish Bible (Old Testament).

Today all Christians can see it and those who continue to worship a man as G-d will never see Heaven. Even the Old Testament of Malachi 3/1 reveals the covenant for a time to come of sin Forgiveness comes with Elijah, G-d’s anointed king and the teacher of righteousness who makes the many righteous. That includes Christians who convert to Judaism.

To save Christians I bring these good words of salvation.

Keith Ellis McCarty, Esquire

16174935_1855968784678548_7602132374695045666_nISAIAH 53  (Tanakh JPS 1985)

The witnesses of the righteous servant (verses 1-6)

1 “Who can believe what we have heard? Upon whom has the arm of the Lord been revealed?

the arm of the Lord: his vindication and redemption. Jesus spoke a prophecy on more than one occasion that he would return in his generation and the eyes of those that pierced him with the spear would see it. It did not happen. His brazen oath to return was not vindicated. Jesus called out on the cross to G-d “why have you forsaken me”. Forsaken means to abandon forever.

2For he has grown, by His favor, like a tree crown, Like a tree trunk out of arid ground. He had no form or beauty, that we should look at him: No charm, that we should find him pleasing.

This could never describe Jesus. Everyone except for certain Jewish…

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