Isaiah 7:14; 9:6–7
The biblical account of Jesus of Nazareth fascinates people of all ages. And when we come to realize that much of it was predicted long before Christ arrived on planet earth, we’re all the more intrigued. As we step into the imaginary time tunnel, we’ll return to an era when Hebrew prophets lit their rooms with torches and wrote their sacred words with quills on scrolls of parchment. No less than seven-and-a-half centuries before Mary’s baby cried in Bethlehem’s manger, Isaiah not only predicted Jesus’s coming but also revealed His names and described His authority.
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