Isaiah 9:5
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5  For a child has been born to us, A son has been given us. And authority has settled on his shoulders. He has been named “The Mighty Hashem is planning grace; The Eternal Father, a peaceable ruler”—

kee YE-led yu-lad LA-nu BEN ni-tan LA-nu va-t’-HEE ha-mis-RAH al shikh-MO va-yik-RA sh’-MO PE-le yo-AYTZ AYL gi-BOR a-vee AD sar sha-LOM

ה  כִּי־יֶלֶד יֻלַּד־לָנוּ בֵּן נִתַּן־לָנוּ וַתְּהִי הַמִּשְׂרָה עַל־שִׁכְמוֹ וַיִּקְרָא שְׁמוֹ פֶּלֶא יוֹעֵץ אֵל גִּבּוֹר אֲבִיעַד שַׂר־שָׁלוֹם׃

9:5   For a child has been born to us

Yeshayahu’s prophecy of the upcoming salvation of the people is combined with a vision regarding the birth of a child. Judging from the context of the prophecy, Yeshayahu appears to be referring to the righteous King Chizkiyahu, whom tradition credits with educating all the Children of Israel about the intricacies of Hashem’s laws. Over the last three chapters, Yeshayahu has combined prophecies of redemption with announcements of upcoming births. This signifies that even if the present may seem difficult, the future will always be brighter.

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  • In my opinion here speak Isaiah about Jesus. And as much as some of you denied it, or as much as some christians would like to call Jesus Hashem, in my opinion you are all wrong. Jesus is a son, but he is not Hashem. He did came as described in this part and in Isaiah 53. People will call him the Lord, but he is not Hashem. He is a son as we all are, but he is the choosen one. And also, Lord is one. But Jesus is not the Lord himself, he is redeemer. People will call him Eternal Father, but there is only one Father. And if you are Christian, read a part in which Jesus tell us not to call enyone your Father but only one that is in heven. Shabat Shalom

  • It points to Jesus. It is sad that so many can’t see that he is Messiah.

  • I to agree it points to someone greater than King Hezekiah, much greater= MESSIAH

  • I cannot agree that his verse is indicating Hezekiah as the following verses point to a person of much greater stature, authority and power. No less than the Messiah. Only He will have the power to bring in the Kingdom of God to which all Nations will come for justice.

    • It’s written in past tense, the Prophet is speaking of the reigning King, good King Hezekiah, who’s very name means “mighty g-d”. Nowhere is moshiach mentioned.

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Isaiah 9:5

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