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Friday, 23 March 2018

Jerusalem Discovery Seal Isaiah The Prophet Dr. Eilat Mazar



Another significant discovery has been made

This discovery also indicates the precision that is given to the Jewish people to identify and these are details that cannot be ignored.

On 22nd February 2018 this video is uploaded, writing 'Israeli Archaeologist Dr. Eilat Mazar announced today the discovery of what may be the seal imprint of one of the most important prophets mentioned in the Bible: Isaiah. Dr. Mazar gave theTrumpet.com managing editor Brad Macdonald a brief interview today on the site of her current excavation on the Ophel.'

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x_VXkeStQGo

The video is identifying the seal of Isaiah the Prophet, yet there is a tiny detail not revealed in the evidence...The discovery is connnected with Isaiah, it the tiny Alef that identifies this seal belonging to Isaiah 'The Prophet'

The excavation took place in the field of King Solomon and therefore yet another example of how the truth of history will be found connected with history too. And what better evidence do we have in the location of this discovery.

Now it is written distinctively who is a prophet and who is not...so in these times for someone to be identified and recognised as a prophet, they would meet a very strict criteria written in the scriptures too. 
God builds and maintains His tuth on solid foundation and when even in the ruins the truth is found, perhaps  there is something about this that is relevant now. As it happens a few years ago I went to a charity shop looking for something and a book came to my attention....
Living with Isaiah...Of course I bought it but that same day someone 'borrowed it to read and I had to ask for it to be returned months later...I told the lady the Book Isaiah to read is found written in the Holy Bible.
The first direction to 'recall Isaiah' was a lady I know who  asa young woman had a dream of Jesus. He instructed her to find the bible and read Isaiah  43. At the time she was living in Kingston Jamaica...perhaps 1959/1960?
She was  destined to come live in England as I was preordained to be born in this land and sent  back and even kept here - not happy at all.
The second direction to read Isaiah personally was in asking in prayer what God wants me to know when opening the page at Isaiah 62. Reading the words BEULAH ..I began reading again the entire scripture for the crown is mentioned, lands being married so therefore people married.
Being born on Beulah Crescent - I notice also Beulah named in Wales. It is no accident that The Prince of Wales - title evolved from King of the Britons
Beulah... The land of Israel in the Bible.
The land of peace described in John Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress
 
 
British Israel was also named... 

While man makes his plans, God reveals His Truth and when man goes against God then somehow God's truth must also be revealed too.
The faithful pray faithfully and wait...
Yet to some no proof will ever satisfy..
It is not wrong to hold back and be sure...but what is certain, what is relevant to know for these times is already written somewhere and people know.
We are made aware of the signs of the times too.
No detail to prove a prophet - perhaps is what is being indicated by the find and yet if someone claims to be a prophet would meet this criteria too.
If I write...then you will know and yet, sometimes the want to discover the truth will lead people to go and seek the truth for themselves..or not.
Sharing this because it is another significant find and so it would be expected the King and the Prophet are not complete strangers to each other. 
If anything the writings have been preserved..
Prophesy from God is for all people to read, as the Holy Bible is translated in many different languages so everyone can read what is written.
Peace be with you
Pauline Maria

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