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Son of man

Postby ittai » Fri Mar 02, 2018 7:30 am

He is the king, Maashiach:

(Dan 7:13)  'I was seeing in the visions of the night, and lo, with the clouds of the heavens as a son of man was one coming, and unto the Ancient of Days he hath come, and before Him they have brought him near.

(Dan 7:14)  And to him is given dominion, and glory, and a kingdom, and all peoples, nations, and languages do serve him, his dominion is a dominion age-during, that passeth not away, and his kingdom that which is not destroyed.
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Re: Son of man

Postby mariaw » Mon Mar 05, 2018 3:50 pm

Shalom, Ittai,
I'm thinking "the son of man" needs to identified?
In my opinion he is called the "son of man" because he has three human fathers;
Abraham, Isaac & Jacob.
He is called "the son of G-d" because he has inherited HASHEM's Name from the
fathers, Abraham, Isaac & Jacob.

EXAMPLES:
1. Numbers 6:27----Hashem speaks to Moses
"Let them place My Name upon the Children of Israel, and I shall bless them."
2. Exodus 3:14, 15----Moses tells Israel that the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac,
the God of Jacob has sent him to them in Egypt. "This is His Name forever & this is My
remembrance from generation to generation."

ONE SON:
Exodus 4.22----HASHEM sees Israel as one man who is His first-born son.
Even a divine Father, can give His Name to his children.

Isaiah 9:5 speaks of a son & reveals him as "Sar Shalom" or Prince of Peace.
There were 12 leaders of Israel's 12 tribes called the princes of peace,
Jacob's descendants & leaders of 12 tribes, I assume assimilated into tribe of Judah, provide a government of boundless peace
sustained by justice & righteousness established on David's Throne from now to eternity,

Genesis 49:10----The scepter will not depart from Judah,
nor a scholar from among his descendants until Shiloh arrives.
and his will be an assemblage of nations.
To this day the tribe of Judah still exists.
END OF DAYS:
Micah 4:1-6----speaks of the "end of days" & reveals a remnant of Jacob, (Israel).
The word of HASHEM "I will assemble the lame one and gather in the
one driven away & whomever I have harmed."
THE LAME ONE
Genesis 32:22-32----The lame one is Jacob as he wrestles with G-d
and gets his hip socket dislocated.

THE ONE DRIVEN AWAY, for G-D'S purpose:
Gen. 28:12-15--Jacob's offspring shall be as the dust of the earth spreading
out powerfully westward, eastward, northward & southward &
all the families of the earth shall bless themselves by you & by your offspring.

THE CLOUD: The Princes of Peace
Micah 5:6----In the "end of days" Jacob's descendants or remnant are also compared
"dew from HASHEM." "Like raindrops upon grass, which is not hoped for from man,
and not awaited from a human being."

Genesis 2:6---- HASHEM provides the original mist to ascend from the earth to water
the whole surface of the soil before there was a man.
Thats Torah's rest and peace found in HASHEM's people.
These with their gov of peace & justice orginated from HASHEM & not from man.

Gives rain a whole new meaning?
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Re: Son of man

Postby ittai » Tue Mar 06, 2018 6:03 am

Shalom, mariaw

mariaw:
In my opinion he is called the "son of man" because he has three human fathers;
Abraham, Isaac & Jacob.

Thus every son of Israrel would be son of man.

mariaw:
He is called "the son of G-d" because he has inherited HASHEM's Name from the
fathers, Abraham, Isaac & Jacob.


He has not put his name on sons of Israeel other way than as a blesser of Israel.
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