Isaiah 53: Who is Isaiah speaking of in this chapter? by Lo + Aviad Cohen: Hooked On The Truth

Thought I’d repost this as I replaced the music video on this post.

Isaiah 53: Who is Isaiah speaking of in this chapter? by Lo + Aviad Cohen: Hooked On The Truth Dandelion Salad Updated: Aug. 18, 2010 replaced video.  I first posted this just over a year ago on my myspace blog and thought I’d repost when I watched the following video by Aviad Cohen.  Who is Isaiah speaking of in this chapter? ~ Lo   Read More

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9 thoughts on “Isaiah 53: Who is Isaiah speaking of in this chapter? by Lo + Aviad Cohen: Hooked On The Truth

    • He died because he was killed by bad people who kill. It’s killers who kill, not our sins.
      The jewboy has soul, that’s what counts. But they made a mistake sending him to yeshiva at such a fragile age, he’ll always look for abrahamic answers in books. He was duped by idolatry. Poor kid. It’s all a myth. Delete away dandi, it won’t make it real.

      • I don’t see why this would let you stop posting Lo. So I challenged a belief system. It’s immaterial to the news let alone peace on earth. It’s just a debate about religion, it’s been going on forever, If God helps you post tha gnus, go head believe. I’m not g-ds nemesis nor yours.

        • I love you, too, Natureboy. That’s why I’ve posted some of these videos. It’s the Good News, free to those who accept. I remember before I became a believer having Christian friends and family members who never bothered to let me know about Jesus. Why keep the Good News to yourself? It is to be shared. It has changed my life completely.

        • Well I wish I could believe, it’s undoubtedly a better life.
          But I’m a skeptic. I’m liking Lao Tzu. But I appreciate the spirit and the inspirataion. If it keeps you going its godly and profound. I continue to appreciate Christian Art, Music & Architechture, and DS. Great Works.

        • Thanks, Natureboy. I ask, where does all the beautiful artwork, music, inspiration all come from? I believe it comes from God (to believers and unbelievers alike). I look at a flower and see God. All the beauty in the world comes from Him. As you know, I studied Biology in college, specifically Animal Behavior, and although I believed or wanted to believe in God at that time, I wasn’t a believer in Jesus (yet), however, I see no exclusivity with believing in God/Jesus and Science now that I am a believer. They are not mutually exclusive like many so-called Christians want to think. There are a lot of misconceptions to Christianity (unfortunately) and the far right political wing tends to make the headlines.

          Don’t look to the hypocrites for understanding, look to those who bare good fruits.

          The first step is to stop resisting. Keep an open heart as well as an open mind. And pick up the book and read for yourself.

          Matthew 5:

          3“Blessed are the poor in spirit,
          for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.
          4Blessed are those who mourn,
          for they will be comforted.
          5Blessed are the meek,
          for they will inherit the earth.
          6Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness,
          for they will be filled.
          7Blessed are the merciful,
          for they will be shown mercy.
          8Blessed are the pure in heart,
          for they will see God.
          9Blessed are the peacemakers,
          for they will be called sons of God.

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