Saturday, December 20, 2014
"By his Knowledge my Righteous One will Justify Many" (Isa 53,11b)
If it is wisdom, the Hebrew word would be "Hokmah" but the Hebrew has "daath". In Hebrew "by his knowledge" is only one word because the Hebrew can affix its preposition and pronoun with the noun which it seeks to explicate or qualify. And it comes in front of the clause in vs. 11 which gives it added prominence. By what knowledge? This will be the subject of my sermon tonight.
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