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3 And it shall come to pass, that he that is left in Tziyon, and he that remaineth in Yerushalayim, shall be called kadosh, even every one that is hakatuv lachayyim (recorded for life….Rosh Hashana theme, see Shemot 32:32; Tehillim 69:28; Daniel 12:1; Malachi 3:16) in Yerushalayim:
12 For ye shall not go out with haste, nor go by flight; for Hashem will go before you; and Elohei Yisroel will be your rearguard. T.N. Avdi Tzemach Moshiach [Zecharyah 3:8] will be exalted; but He must do the work of a kohen [Tehillim 110:4] regarding the nations, sprinkling them (see Vayikra 4:16-17; 16:14); so yazzeh ("He [Moshiach] will sprinkle,") many goyim; note: hiphil of "naza," "splatter", meaning "sprinkle"); see Zecharyah 9:9-11 where Moshiach comes with the dahm and the Brit (Covenant)! Here in Yeshayah 52:15, the covenant dahm (blood) is sprinkled upon the nations of the world; the King of Kings shall shut the mouths of the kings of all the earth.
13 It is he who shall build the Heikhal Hashem; and he shall carry hod (majesty), and shall sit and rule upon his throne; and he shall be a kohen [Tehillim 110:4] upon his throne; and the atzat shalom (counsel of peace) shall be between them both.
4 From him [Yehudah] will come forth the Pinnah (Cornerstone, i.e., Moshiach, Yeshayah 28:16; Bereshis 49:10), from him, the Yated (Tent Peg, support, i.e. leader of the people, Yeshayah 22:23-24), from him, the Keshet Milchamah (battle bow, Tehillim 45:5), from him every ruler.
4 The Resha’im are not so, but are like the chaff which the ruach driveth away.
4 He that sitteth enthroned in Shomayim laughs; Adonoi hath them in derision.
34 (4) But Thou, Hashem, art a mogen around me; my kavod, and the One who lifts up mine head.
1 (For the one directing. With stringed instruments. Mizmor Dovid.) Hear me when I call, Elohei tzidki (O G-d of my righteousness); Thou hast relieved me when I was in distress; channeini, and hear my tefillah.
2 O ye Bnei Ish, how long will ye turn my kavod into shame? How long will ye love delusion, and seek kazav (lie, falsehood)? Selah.
3 But know that Hashem hath set apart the chasid for Himself; Hashem will hear when I call unto Him.
4 Be angry, yet sin not; commune with your own levav upon your mishkav, and be still. Selah.
5 Offer the zivkhei-tzedek, and put your trust in Hashem.
6 There be many that say, Who will show us any tov? Hashem, lift Thou up the ohr of Thy countenance upon us.
7 Thou hast put simcha in my lev, more than in the time that their dagan and their tirosh increased.
8 In shalom I will both lay me down, and sleep, for Thou alone, Hashem, makest me dwell in safety.
34 (4) My voice shalt Thou hear in the boker, Hashem; in the boker will I bring my prayer before Thee as a spiritual sacrifice and wait for an answer.
34 (4) My nefesh is also much shaken; but Thou, Hashem, ad mosai (how much longer)?
34 (4) Hashem Elohai, if I have done this; if there be guilt in my hands;
34 (4) When I consider Thy heavens, the ma’asim of Thy fingers, the yarei’ach and the kokhavim, which Thou hast ordained;
34 (4) When mine oyevim are turned back, they shall fall and perish at Thy presence.
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