HMMMmmmmm.....an interesting comparison....

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Did Jesus Claim Barack Obama is SATAN?

In Luke 10:18 Jesus states,

“I beheld Satan as Lightning fall from Heaven.”..

How does a Jewish Rabbi, which Jesus is credited with being (John 1:38), say
in HEBREW, that Satan is like LIGHTNING from heaven?

Barack, also transliterated as Baraq in Hebrew, is LIGHTNING (Strongs Hebrew
word 1300).
Even in Greek, Barak is LIGHTNING (Strongs Greek word 913) for the name of a
person!

1299
baraq
baw-rak'
a primitive root; to lighten (lightning):--cast forth.

1300

baraq
baw-rawk'
from 'baraq' (1299); lightning; by analogy, a gleam; concretely, a flashing
sword:--bright, glitter(-ing sword), lightning.

The ONLY WAY, a Jewish Rabbi can say in Hebrew that SATAN is LIGHTNING is,
SATAN BARACK!

Interestingly, the “Greek” verse of Luke 10:18 does not contain an actual
Greek word to translate into “Fall”. The Greek word translated as “Fall”
appears to be a rare form of a Hebrew word for “transgressions”. So, the
words of Jesus in this verse probably refer to heavenly transgressions.


In Hebrew poetry from the dominant book that the New Testament draws upon,
to validate the “works” of Jesus as “proof” of poetic prophecy, the use of
BAMA (Strongs Hebrew word 1116) is used to refer to the “heights” of heaven.
That book is Isaiah. Christian scholars would agree, that much of the New
Testament refers directly to passages of Isaiah's poetry.


Isaiah is also the source of origin for the Christian concept of “Satan” or
“Lucifer” Isaiah 14:12.


In the verses of Isaiah that refer directly to “Lucifer” in King James
translations of Isaiah, sure enough, BAMA (Strongs Hebrew word 1116) is used
to refer to the “Heights” of Heaven (Isaiah 14:14)!

In Hebrew, the letter vau is transliterated as an “O” or “U”. It is
primarily used as a conjunction
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