In this episode, we continue to hear from the plaintiff. Commandment (Isaiah 46:9) - remember the former things of old. The plaintiff asks (Job 19:22), why do ye persecute me, and are not satisfied with my flesh (kindred, relatives)? and, why do I yet suffer persecution (cruel oppression)? The plaintiff is asked these two questions which are answered in the lecture: 1) Galatians 3:4 - have ye suffered so many things in vain? and 2) Psalm 42:11 - why art thou cast down? I now continue setting forth the plaintiff's complaint. 1) Psalm 40:17 - I am poor and needy; 2) Job 19:15 - I am an alien in their (the gentile captors') sight; 3) Job 19:18 - young children despised me; 4) Job 19:13 - he hath put my brethren far from me, and mine acquaintance are verily estranged from me; 5) Isaiah 50:6 - I gave my back to the smiters, and my cheeks to them that plucked off the hair; I hid not my face from shame and spitting; 6) Hebrews 12:21 - I exceedingly fear and quake; 7) Exodus 5:16 - behold, thy servants are beaten; 8) Jeremiah 4:13 - we are spoiled. Summary of findings for the plaintiff: 1) Isaiah 53:3: he is despised; 2) Ezekiel 27:13: they (Gentiles) traded the persons of (separated from; severed from) men; 3) Psalm 105:44: they (the slaves) inherited the labor of the people; 4) Isaiah 53:3: he is despised and rejected of men; 5) he was oppressed, and he was afflicted; 6) Isaiah 53:7: he is brought as a lamb to the slaughter, and as a sheep before her shearers is dumb, so he openeth not his mouth; 7) Acts 2:4: they (the slaves) were all filled with the Holy Ghost (intense fear).
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