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b-out Isaiah 53 Meter Hypotheses

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Bible uses meter to convey TIME DOCTRINE which interacts with the text, ever since Moses' Psalm 90. Christendom doesn't know about it, but the Jews used to know.

Here, Isaiah 53's very meter tells you a) we indeed have perfect text, b) the outline of history from the time he writes, until Messiah, via a rhetorical METER style he 'replies to', in Psalm 90, which all Jews know is the METER OF TIME (i.e., Rambam).

Isaiah thus follows the meter 'calendar' rules Moses set up in Psalm 90. Daniel 9, too is a REMINDER of those meter calendars. Mary, Paul, and even John in Revelation, use the same style.. but with Greek words (see my GGS series playlists). So this METER is an important, undiscovered tool of hermeneutics. Scholars have debated the meter for years -- yet here it is, obvious and easy to count!

Seeing that fact will greatly alter how you read Daniel 9.

The second through 9th videos here, briefly acquaint you with that meter and its import. My Psalm 90 playlist incorporates all the interconnections, in conjunction with the GGS playlist (for Paul and Mary's meter). Both playlists are still in-progress through 2012.

I didn't initially know Isaiah 53 or Psalm 90 were metered. Rather, I thought Hebrew text was missing in Isaiah 53:10-11, so then decided to 'detect' missing words via any meter gaps. That quest took a surprising turn when it became obvious that God had Isaiah use a metrical pattern which displayed God's Orchestration of Time. A year later, I found out Isaiah got it from Psalm 90. At the end of 2010, I was caused to find that Paul uses the same HEBREW meter for his Greek words, in Eph 1:3-14. In May 2011, I learned all of these are patterned to the days' benchmarks in Genesis 7-8's Flood Account. And, based on meter in Genesis 49. (That material will be added to the Psalm 90 playlist.) In March 2012, I learned that the Magnificat is the meter basis for Paul's.

All this started with the 4 Hypotheses about Isaiah's intended meter, here. Hypo#4 turned out to be right. So videos #2-9 here show how I learned that fact. They might be a helpful exercise in textual criticism, especially in viewing God's Genius in the inspired rhetorical styles of His chosen writers. The impact of the meter on interpretation, is covered in 10th video onward in this list, but is covered in more detail in the Psalm 90, 10 YMH, and 10 GGS playlists. The 10 YMH takes you through God's Construct for Time, how it is known within Judaism, but in garbled form. So maybe start there, if you want to orient to this doctrine, which again is unknown to Christendom.

See http://www.brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.doc pages 4-5, for a full listing of my material on this vast topic.
Bible uses meter to convey TIME DOCTRINE which interacts with the text, ever since Moses' Psalm 90. Christendom doesn't know about it, but the Jews used to know.

Here, Isaiah 53's very meter tells you a) we indeed have perfect tex...
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