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The Gentiles Would Seek The Messiah While Yisra'el Would Rebel Against Him

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Indisputable Evidence Of Traditional Jewish Interpretation Of Isaiah 53!

Isaiah 65:1

nid''.tiy l'lo``alu nim'.tza`.tiy l'lo` vik' `amar'.tiy hinaniy hinaniy `el goy lo` kora`'miy

I am sought of them that asked not for me; I am found of them that sought me not: I said, Behold me, behold me, unto a nation that was not called by my name.

NOTE: This verse clearly refers to the Gentiles. For The Oracles of G-d were Uniquely Given to Yisra'el, all of the blessings, including the Glorious Promises and The Torah. Yet it was fitting for Isaiah to use the phrase here "them that asked not for me" to refer to the Gentiles who did not seek The True G-d, but rather embraced their idols.

Isaiah 65:2

para.s'.tiy yaday kal hayom `el ,am sovrar hahol'kiym haderek' lo` .tov `a-ch-ar ma-ch-''vo.tayhem

I have spread out my hands all the day unto a rebellious people, which walketh in a way that was not good, after their own thoughts;

NOTE: Clearly, this refers to The nation and people of Yisra'el. For "para.s'.tiy yaday" (I have spread out My Hands) is about G-d interacting with His people Yisra'el, and "`am sowrer" (rebellious people) can only refer to Yisra'el here precisely because G-d Gave His Oracles and Torah to Yisra'el. To rebel against someone means that you have received instruction and guidance from someone and didn't listen. It is certainly for this reason that this verse refers to Yisra'el.

Paul quotes these verses in Romans 10:20, 21 in the context of Yisra'el rebelling against Their Messiah:

Rom 10:20 But Yeshayahu is very bold, and saith, I was found of them that sought me not; I was made manifest unto them that asked not after me.

Rom 10:21 But to Yisrael he saith, All day long I have stretched forth my hands unto a disobedient and gainsaying people.

Yes, some of the passages like Isaiah 42:1 arguably refers to the time when G-d was about to rescue Yisra'el from Babylon. Yes there are such parrallels, and this is because that G-d did not have to render His Full Judgment on Yisra'el and the world at that time, (as Mal'akhi 3:23,24 conveys). So those such passages should be seen as warnings to Yisra'el that they must Obey HaShem or face more Judgment. Since Isaiah 65:1,2 play into G-d's Judgment of the end-times, (65:17--66:24), this proves that the same patterns and principles are set-forth for END-TIME Judgment on Yisra'el and the world as they were when G-d Promised to rescue Yisra'el from the Babylonian captivity. Now since this is true, and since no one argues that The Messiah would be associated with the END-TIMES, THEREFORE, the Gentiles would embrace The Messiah while Yisra'el would rebell against Him. As for Jeremiah 31:30-34, EVENTUALLY G-d would fulfill this, (but as Mal'akhi 3:23, 34 proves), G-d's Judgment does not have to take place all at one time.

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