Original of Youtube video posted 2/18/11 (incl. vid desc).
Watch in HD, fullscreen. 23f and g are now (at last!) posted, thank you for your patience! With them we close demonstration #2, use of Hebrew Meter as Chronology, pending a full-fleged analysis of Daniel 9 in later videos. A shorter version of the way Isaiah plots Time is now in the 2nd video of this Psalm90 playlist (my 2008 version, uploaded from glitchy bliptv). Here's the Youtube link to it: youtube.com/watch?v=fOXuVeUthq4
So here we finish a longer tracking Isaiah 53's annual future chronology of Israel's history, showing the dual-entendre nature of the text which Daniel 9 references in Daniel 9:4-14. (You can't yet download the Ps90Isa53DAn9Eph1.doc . It will become available in a few weeks.)
TAGGING will be the next demonstration, #3, in 23hi Ps90, as soon as I can reconstruct the video portion (computer crashed, leaving only the audio intact). The 3rd-18th videos in the Psalm 90 playlist also cover content ties between the two chapters, if you can't wait.
Relevant series links are same links as in GGS series (here youtube.com/view_play_list?p=5D3F5A2E85CE65CC ):
Video worksheet reconciling Psalm 90 and Book of Judges: brainout.net/Judges.xls . If you need it in pdf, here it is: brainout.net/Judges.pdf
PDFs of the full meter pattern in Eph1:3-14, Ps90, and Isa53: brainout.net/Eph1DecreeSyllablesREPARSED.pdf .
Compare to these meter maps of Ps90 and Isa53:
brainout.net/Isa53Hypo4Dotted3.pdf ; metered English translation is brainout.net/Isa53MeterTransInEnglishWide.doc
Isaiah 53's meter map: brainout.net/Isa53Map.jpg .
Timeline worksheet: brainout.net/GeneYrs.xls .
Supporting Bible verses are listed in brainout.net/brainoutFAQ.htm#6a and brainout.net/Mirroring.htm .
If you're not familiar with Book of Daniel, I did extensive audio links in the vid description to my 10a1 YMH video (here: youtube.com/view_play_list?p=B73D9DA02D729857 ). Episode 10 of the YMH (Yapping Most High) series is also about Jewish Dispensationalism, and ties to 10 GGS series. Sorry, but the doctrine is long and complex .. and awesome.
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