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Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Prophet Daniel & The Son Of Man
Unity Consciousness #519

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Son of Man, Frequency Of Use

There is a significant difference in how many times “son of man” was added to the KJV in the Old Testament.

CJB OT (2), NT( 82)
KJV OT (125), NT (85)

Here are the two times “son of man” appeared in the CJB's Old Testament (Torah/Tanakh).

Psalm 80:18, (CJB), “Help the man at your right hand, the son of man you made strong for yourself.”
Psalm 80:17 (KJV), Let thy hand be upon the man of thy right hand, upon the son of man whom thou madest strong for thyself.”

Daniel 7:13 (CJB), “I kept watching the night visions, when I saw, coming with the clouds of heaven, someone like a son of man. He approached the Ancient One and was led into his presence.”
Daniel 7:13 (KJV), “I saw in the night visions, and, behold, one like the Son of man came with the clouds of heaven, and came to the Ancient of days, and they brought him near before him.”

In Daniel 7:13 above, by changing “a” to “the” and capitalizing “son”, this verse is now said to refer to Jeshua (Jesus). This connection is made due to how “Son of Man” is used in the New Testament which came later. We have shown why this connection is inappropriate and invalid based on what these bibles themselves contain. See, Jeshua (Jesus), Son Of Woman Not Son Of Man, Unity Consciousness #517.

It is clear from the earlier uses of the phrase “son of man” in the Hebrew bible, that neither Psalm 80 nor Daniel 7 were referring to Jeshua (Jesus).

Psalm 80 is referring to a son of man who is an Israelite.
Daniel 7 is referring to someone who looked like a son of man.

The mind is quick to make connections that can go without detection:
1. Just because Daniel refers to a son of man he saw in a vision (dream), doesn't turn that son of man into Jeshua (Jesus).

2. Just because Daniel saw a son of man coming in clouds doesn't mean it was Jeshua (Jesus). Clouds do not turn a son of man into Jeshua (Jesus) no more than animals coming out of the sea turn them into the “Devil.”

3. There is no evidence in the Old Testament that “son of man” or “The Son of man” are referring to Jeshua (Jesus). On the contrary, there is every bit of evidence, that “son of man” has been used to refer to both, a human being and to Jeshua (Jesus).

4. No where in Daniel's vision and no where in “his” explanation does Daniel say, that the man in the clouds is Jeshua (Jesus), the Savior, Christ or the Messiah.

Psalm 146:3 (KJV), “Put not your trust in princes, nor in the son of man, in whom there is no help.”
(CJB), “Don’t put your trust in princes or in mortals, who cannot help.”

The Explanation Of Daniel's Vision Is Suspicious & Likely Fictitious In Some Aspects

In Daniel 7:16, right after describing the vision, Daniel said:
”I approached one of those standing by and asked him what all this really meant. He said that he would make me understand how to interpret these things”
This is suspicious because earlier chapters of Daniel say:
“As for these four children, God gave them knowledge and skill in all learning and wisdom: and Daniel had understanding in all visions and dreams.” (Daniel 1:17)
CJB Words Become KJV Words:
H:Dani`el becomes Daniel

H is Hebrew/CJB. KJV is the version when none indicated.

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