Most Believers today do not know what the Prophets are all about or what they prophesied in
Scripture because they do not study the Scripture. It is important to know what the prophets said,
because they prophesied for a time that is yet to come and this time is called the times of the end.
The end-times can be treated as \u201cNew Testament\u201d Scripture if it points to things that will happen
at the end of time.
One of the problems today regarding prophecy is that some believers do not believe that they live in the end times and this will result in ignorance and lack of interest in these prophesies because they believe it is not for this day and do not apply to them.
We also have some believers believe that everything in the Book of Revelation as well as the
Prophets are \u201cspiritual\u201d and cannot be taken literal. This cause them to \u2018interpret\u2019 the Scripture the
way they think it should be interpreted and everybody have an opinion. There can only be one
truth and there lies danger and caution in interpreting prophecy this way. Most of the \u2018fulfilled\u2019
prophesies were fulfilled in a literal sense and these prophetic writings should be considered in
the same light, as literal, in order to understand what YHVH want us to know, living in these
I guess most people also do not read Acts and they don\u2019t know that Paul made these statements
that confirm the foundation of his preaching, that was actually based upon the Torah and the
Prophets. When Paul wrote the letters to the Romans, the Galatians and the church in Corinth, he
used the Torah and the Prophets as his point of reference and most people don\u2019t know it. Paul
preached from the Scriptures (\u201cOld Testament\u201d) and the Brit Chadasha (\u201cNew Testament\u201d) and
these did not exist at that time and when he referred to the Word. When he said \u201cWord\u201d he
referred to the TaNaK. (Torah, Prophets and the Psalms ).
Paul was a Torah observant Jew who kept all the things in the Commandments like the Sabbath
as seen in Acts 17 an to top this, he even took a Nazarene vow, which was one of the most
difficult and expensive things to do in the Torah, to prove that he was Torah observant. It cost you
a year\u2019s wages to fulfill this Commandment and was a high toll that not many perused.
a western mindset. Be like the people of Berea and search, interrogate and discern the teachings of Paul to see if they are in the Scriptures (Law and Prophets) and to see if these things are true and if they interpreted what Paul said correctly regarding the Law and Grace. Do you search the
We have seen what Paul said regarding the Prophets and we will now look at all the prophets and
what they said. These things are applicable to us today, because they are written for the people
living in the end times.
First of all, we will confirm that the prophecy is in context of the end times and then we will look at what YHVH said to the people living in the end times.
of the mountains. That is the New Jerusalem that will be on top of the mountain and YHVH will rule from His House and the nations will go to the House of YHVH to learn His ways as stared in the Torah, so that they may walk in His paths (as set apart people).
This is a prophecy regarding gentiles coming in (strangers) before His Second Coming. This
prophecy is currently being fulfilled and started with Paul\u2019s ministry and is better known as the
\u201cmystery of the Gospel\u201d. Y\u2019shua started with the gathering of the sheep but He was focused on
the \u201cJews\u201d first and then later on Paul continued with the gathering of the Gentiles. This gathering
process is still ongoing today and will come into its fullness at the end of time. Isaiah said here
that the Gentiles\u2019 (believing) burnt offerings and their sacrifices would be accepted in the House
of YHVH on His Holy Mountain. They will keep His Sabbath and honor His Covenant and will love
the Name of YHVH and be His servants. This is one of the prophecies that are quoted in the NT
by Paul when he explained the gentiles that would come into the Kingdom of YHVH with Israel.
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