Who is the prophecy of Isaiah 42 speaking of?

[article by Mr.P] Some claim that anyone familiar with the Old Testament should recognize immediately that a chapter of remarkable resemblance to Muhammad exists in the book of Isaiah. Others claim that a mystery rests in the fact that there is no evidence that the book of Isaiah was accessible to the Arabs in the…

Who are the “brethren” from whom a prophet will come?

[article by Mr.P] Concerning “The LORD your God will raise up for you a Prophet like me from your midst, from your brethren. Him you shall hear,” (Deuteronomy 18:15), does “of/from your brethren” only include Jews or could it also include the Arabs? Below are all the references to “of your brethren/brothers” and “from your brethren/brothers”…

Why is Jesus called the “Son of God” in the Bible?

[article by Mr.P] Christianity says that Jesus is Son of God 1John c5v10 “He who believes in the Son of God has the witness (i.e. witness of God v9) in himself; he who does not believe God has made Him a liar, because he has not believed the testimony that God has given of His…

Misinterpreted #6 – Love of Money

By George Rassovsky INTROContext is extremely important for any literary work. However, when it comes to the Word of God, it is vital! A verse, or a part of one, taken out of context, can have enormous and eternal consequences. Despite this being the case, the fact is that the Bible is perhaps the most…

Misinterpreted #5 – Thoughts of Peace

By George Rassovsky INTROContext is extremely important for any literary work. However, when it comes to the Word of God, it is vital! A verse, or a part of one, taken out of context, can have enormous and eternal consequences. Despite this being the case, the fact is that the Bible is perhaps the most…

Misinterpreted #4 – Two or Three

By George Rassovsky INTROContext is extremely important for any literary work. However, when it comes to the Word of God, it is vital! A verse, or a part of one, taken out of context, can have enormous and eternal consequences. Despite this being the case, the fact is that the Bible is perhaps the most…

Misinterpreted #3 – Jesus at the Door?

By George Rassovsky INTROContext is extremely important for any literary work. However, when it comes to the Word of God, it is vital! A verse, or a part of one, taken out of context, can have enormous and eternal consequences. Despite this being the case, the fact is that the Bible is perhaps the most…

Misinterpreted #2 – I can do all things

By George Rassovsky INTROContext is extremely important for any literary work. However, when it comes to the Word of God, it is vital! A verse, or a part of one, taken out of context, can have enormous and eternal consequences. Despite this being the case, the fact is that the Bible is perhaps the most…

Most Misinterpreted Bible Verses #1

By George Rassovsky Context is extremely important for any literary work. However, when it comes to the Word of God, it is vital! A verse, or a part of one, taken out of context, can have enormous and eternal consequences. Despite this being the case, the fact is that the Bible is perhaps the most…

The Book of Truth

Let’s talk a little more about truth! Truth by definition is unique. There can only be one truth, and we acknowledge anything as a fact, we are immediately saying that everything else is false or illegitimate. Truth is also essential. Without truth there would be no life. Truth is life-giving. For example, if you are…

Who is the Messiah?

The Definition The word ‘Messiah‘ means ‘anointed one’, and is used throughout Scripture to refer to different people. According to Biblehub the Hebrew word occurs 39 times. mashiach: anointed Original Word: מָשִׁ֫יחַ Part of Speech: Noun Masculine Transliteration: mashiach Phonetic Spelling: (maw-shee’-akh) Short Definition: anointed The References Lev 4 & 6 (4 times) ‘the anointed priest’ 1 Sam 2:10. ‘The…

Jesus Christ, the Son of David

Some I have spoken to recently have disputed this point, claiming the Jesus was not of the seed of David; that the genealogies are invented; that Jesus cannot be the promised Messiah. However, throughout the Gospels we find people referring to Jesus, in passing, as the Son of David. In other words, Jesus’ link with…