Unlocking the Messianic Prophecies (Hebrew Language Translation)

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Marc Rasell, Feb 12, 2013 - Religion - 48 pages
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This is a Hebrew language translation of the book, "Unlocking the Messianic Prophecies." The translation uses the Masoretic text for quotations from the Hebrew Bible, and the Bible Society in Israel's translation for quotations from the New Testament. This short booklet describes the Messianic prophecies and their fulfillment. It was after the fall, when the outlook for Adam and Eve seemed bleak that the first Messianic promise was given (Genesis 3:15). Eve was promised that one her descendants would destroy the serpent (Satan). More details were added over time, how he would smite the wicked and all nations would be blessed through him. He would usher in a reign of peace, happiness and safety when nature will be changed, harmful animals will become tame, and people would live forever. The ultimate goal of the Deliverer is to save the lost and restore the earth to its Edenic state. The Messiah brings the light of salvation and God's law to the Gentiles. Habakkuk describes his hidden power as glory emanating from the wounds in his side. He is also called the Suffering Servant who is rejected and despised by men, he dies for the people and makes intercession for them (Isaiah 53).
 

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Contents

Section 1
5
Section 2
8
Section 3
21
Section 4
24
Section 5
27
Section 6
30
Section 7
31
Section 8
33
Section 9
34

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Marc Rasell was born in Oxford and grew up in a countryside village in Oxfordshire. He became a member of the Anglican Church at the age of 12 where he heard the Word of God and was converted. He later went on to become a Seventh-day Adventist after accepting the Sabbath truth. He studied at Newbold College, Bracknell and received a BA in Theology and then an MA in Religion, accredited by Andrews University. He spent a year in South Korea teaching English as a foreign language and some Bible lessons. He worked for a couple of years at the Adventist Discovery Centre at the British Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists in Watford. He was called by the church to work as a ministerial intern and then as a licensed minister for the South England Conference of Seventh-day Adventists in East Anglia and Cornwall. He currently is a member of a church in Cornwall where he writes and promotes the beliefs of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

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