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1 Who is the aStem of Jesse spoken of in the 1st, 2d, 3d, 4th, and 5th verses of the 11th chapter of Isaiah? 2 Verily thus saith the Lord: It is Christ.

3 What is the arod spoken of in the first verse of the 11th chapter of Isaiah, that should come of the Stem of Jesse?

4 Behold, thus saith the Lord: It is a servant in the hands of Christ, who is partly a descendant of Jesse as well as of aEphraim, or of the house of Joseph, on whom there is laid much bpower.

5 What is the aroot of Jesse spoken of in the 10th verse of the 11th chapter?

6 Behold, thus saith the Lord, it is a adescendant of Jesse, as well as of Joseph, unto whom rightly belongs the bpriesthood, and the ckeys of the kingdom, for an densign, and for the gathering of my people in the elast days.

7 Questions by Elias Higbee: What is meant by the command in Isaiah, 52d chapter, 1st verse, which saith: Put on thy strength, O Zion—and what people had Isaiah reference to?

8 He had reference to those whom God should call in the last days, who should hold the apower of bpriesthood to bring again cZion, and the redemption of Israel; and to put on her dstrength is to put on the eauthority of the fpriesthood, which she, Zion, has a gright to by lineage; also to return to that power which she had lost.

9 What are we to understand by Zion loosing herself from the bands of her neck; 2d verse?

10 We are to understand that the ascattered bremnants are exhorted to creturn to the Lord from whence they have fallen; which if they do, the promise of the Lord is that he will speak to them, or give them revelation. See the 6th, 7th, and 8th verses. The dbands of her neck are the curses of God upon her, or the remnants of Israel in their scattered condition among the Gentiles.

After reviewing these explanations as well as Margaret Barker's commentary on Isaiah in Eerdman's Commentary on the Bible (2003), I'm interested in people's opinions of these explanations. I'd really like feedback from our Old Testament scholars (including the unofficial ones).

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http://mikranet.cet.ac.il/pages/item.asp?item=19173 This is a very good video illustrating Isaiah's message.

The olive tree in the video is old. From the roots sprout branches, and they grow from the trunk as well.

The stick she is holding in her hand came from the trunk of an olive tree. It is a hoter, the word that the KJV translates as rod.

If it remains attached to the tree then it becomes another limb. If detached and planted in the ground, it grows into a tree of its own bearing the same genetic makeup of the parent tree. The knob is where it gets its nutrients from and the rod can rmain unplanted for about a year and still be able to take root.

I've long maintained that the realia of the Bible has much to teach regarding the message of the book.

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Any more thoughts anyone?

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How does D&C 113 do in its interpretation of Isaiah? Anybody?

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How does D&C 113 do in its interpretation of Isaiah? Anybody?

The section is self-explanatory. I am not sure what kind of answer you are expecting.

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