The righteous servant of G-d of Isaiah 53 is a prophet who serves G-d with devotion to His purpose. He is the fulfillment of this prophecy of Isaiah by his description. He is not a prophet who predicts the future like a seer. He is a servant and that servant is me, Keith Ellis McCarty.

Moses vouched for Joshua, and all of Israel believed in him before he performed a sign. Isaiah vouches for me. And the sign of G-d to confirm it are these writings.

Properly explaining Isaiah 53 and fitting the description of every verse is the sign that G-d had Isaiah write for the Jewish people to know that I am a prophet of G-d. And G-d has added to that by showing me how to explain that the righteous servant of G-d of Isaiah 53 is Elijah by joining the prophecy of Malachi with Isaiah 53; by explaining what it means to be Elijah; by showing how the stories of Elijah can be used to identify Elijah; by explaining what wrestling with a man and divine beings is; by explaining what a host of the Lord of hosts is; that Elijah the Tishbite from Gilead east of the river Jordan and the captain of the Lord’s hosts are gentiles; that G-d coming from Edom in Isaiah 63 means He comes from the Christian world with His gentile anointed king who is the gentile Elijah and a gentile host of the Lord of hosts; and that the spirit of the Holy G-d is a person G-d created.

The things to happen in the future were foretold by Isaiah. Their fulfillment is my prophecy.

It is forbidden to doubt or debate the prophecy of a prophet who has been vouched for by another prophet and it is forbidden to test him excessively [for one who tests him is like one who tests God], for it is written, “Do not test the Lord your God as you tested Him in Massah,”

All of the words of the commentaries of these writings are true. HaShem and the person of the spirit of the Holy G-d dwell with me and HaShem is in charge of everything I write, say and do. That includes this writing.

Keith Ellis McCarty, Esquire


To listen to a prophet who speaks in God’s Name.

1) Any prophet who arises and says that God sent him does not have to perform a sign of the type that Moses, Elijah or Elishah did, which involved supernatural events. Instead, the sign that he has to perform is to predict the future, and we have to believe him, as it is written, “And if you say in your heart, ‘How shall we know the word which the Lord has not to spoken?'” Therefore, when a man suitable for prophecy comes in the Name of God, without wanting to add to or take away from, any of the commandments, but wants us to serve God properly, we do not ask him to split the sea, or to resurrect the dead, or to perform some other supernatural event, and then believe him, but we tell him to predict the future…

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