Isaiah 45: A post-Historical Interpretation

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"The Ten Lost Tribes of the Kingdom of Israel" are emphasized as the major intention of Chapter Five of The Book of Micah, which was for the Messianic period. This Chapter Five of Micah may be considered to incidentally describe events concerning the temporary Judaean and Israelite (Scythian) re-union that once took place. These historical events were a kind of partial forerunner or prototypical model of the re-union that will take place in the future. The future re-union is yet to happen, but it will occur in the Messianic Era or in the period leading up to it.



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ISAIAH 45:

Isa. 45:1 Thus saith the LORD to his anointed, to (the second?) Cyrus, (my Burning Bush?), whose right hand I have holden (upon the Bible), to subdue (the Islamic) nations before him; and I will loose (in dysentery) the loins of (Saudi) kings, to open before him the two leaved gates (of scripture); and the gates (of the New and Old Testaments) shall not be shut;

Isa. 45:2 I will go before thee, and make the crooked places (in Syria and Iran) straight: I will break in pieces the) gates of (Islamic) brass, and cut in sunder the (patriarchial) bars of iron (which imprision the Arab women) :

Isa. 45:3 And I will give thee the treasures of darkness (in warfare), and hidden riches (of oil) of secret places, (in the Dead Sea), that thou mayest know that I (the Burning Bush before Moses), the LORD, (Christ) which call thee by thy name (this second time), am the God of Israel (re-established by Cyrus once, and now, again).

Isa. 45:4 For Jacob, (the Jews in living in The State of Israel, 1948 AD), my servant's sake, and Israel, (the Jews from the Lost Ten Tribe dispersed in America, Britian, Denmark, and Ireland), mine elect, I have even called thee by thy name, (the Burning Bush): I have surnamed thee, though thou, (not an ethnic Jew), hast not known me (except through the Son).

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Religious Fright:
In the latest issue of Books & Culture, a Christian book review monthly, Gerald McDermott details the role of Truman's Southern Baptist faith in his Israel policy. While mainline Protestants (with some important exceptions, such as Schlesinger's friend Reinhold Niebuhr) tended to disparage Zionist hopes for a Jewish state, religious conservatives (a group that included people like Truman who were not necessarily political conservatives) rejoiced in Zionist aspirations as the fulfillment of prophecy and the just restoration of the Jewish homeland which God had promised the Jews by sacred covenant.
Only hours after the declaration of the State of Israel, President Truman overrode the objections of the State Department and the War Department, and made the United States the first nation to grant recognition to Israel.
Truman used American clout to convince the U.N. to recognize Israel, too. When ceasefire lines were being drawn after the failed Arab war to exterminate the Jews, Truman insisted that Israel have the Negev, which more than doubled Israel's territory. Israelis believed that without Truman they would not have survived.


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