BREAKING — Today, a former scribe turned practicing prophet in Jerusalem, made an exclusive proclamation of the will of God. A virgin (at this point the precise identity of the virgin is yet to be known) will give birth!
Critics say Isaiah, though continuing to act as a prophet through the reigns of five kings, steadily presents messages which are not well accepted by locals. So it remains to be seen if the people of Jerusalem will also reject this unconventional news of a future virgin birth.
This prophet is widely known for his persistent preaching against:
exploiting others, drunkenness, pride in sin, confusing evilness with goodness, conceit, and perverting justice.
Mayhem erupts as most residents of Jerusalem seem to display anger by shouting threats towards Isaiah for disrespectfully pointing out sinfulness on unrighteous issues. Polls indicate they prefer to trust humans over God. However, sources close to the prophet reveal his intention is to aid Jerusalem and surrounding areas in understanding God’s true nature.
Israelites are neglecting to acknowledge Isaiah simply as messenger, instead opposing him believing he is acting as eternal judge.
Future history reveals Isaiah’s prophecies inspired from God do come true.
In fact upcoming historical events soon confirm the happenings of Isaiah’s prediction of the virgin birth. Documentation will authenticate the true birth of the child, as written approximately 760 years after Isaiah’s initial prophecy, in the form of the Gospels.
Believers of Isaiah the prophet include Luke, a Greek doctor and writer of one of the Gospels titled Luke. Dr. Luke is also writer of the book of Acts. Though not an eyewitness to the virgin birth, Dr. Luke is well known as a man dedicated to emphasis on detail.
In Luke’s own words:
“Many have undertaken to draw up an account of the things that have been fulfilled among us, just as they were handed down to us by those who from the first were eyewitnesses and servants of the word. With this in mind, since I myself have carefully investigated everything from the beginning, I too decided to write an orderly account…”
Another Gospel writer and supporter of Isaiah is Matthew. Matthew actually references and quotes Isaiah directly:
The big question remains: What does this virgin birth mean to the world?
Matthew and Isaiah are the announcers of exclusive information. They proclaim the coming child’s name:
Immanuel, which means “God with us”, presents a clear indication of the essence of this child that will soon be born to a yet unknown virgin girl (reflecting Isaiah’s information).
This crucial bit of leaked information should urge mankind to go back to the beginning, Genesis, to reflect upon previous statements made by the Lord and shared through another prophet named Moses.
Judging by this direct quote, (part of a covenant God made with Jacob, son of Isaac and Isaac, son of Abraham the father of the Jewish nation) it seems the world has steadfast Good News to revel in: