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First Reference: Yeshua 1:7
And many spoke of him this saying: “Is this not he of whom Isaiah prophesied: The voice of one crying in the wilderness, Prepare you the way of the Lord; make straight in the desert a highway for our God.”
See: Dispensationalism, Uriel
Summary: According to scripture, the prophet Isaiah (c. 750 BCE) was the mortal manifestation of the Arch-Angel Uriel, and the fourth dispensational leader on this world. Isaiah foretold the coming of the Anointed One, but much of what he taught and wrote was corrupted after he was killed (1:3:39-41).
Such was the evil, Most Holy Father, which pressed hard against the third dispensation of God; and in the fourth came Uriel, who as Isaiah the prophet, would foretell the coming of the Anointed One, but the evil grew darker still and Isaiah was killed.
And all which he taught and wrote concerning the coming of the Promised One did conspiring men corrupt every whit, which thing filled the heart of God with sorrow;
Causing that in the days of Yeshua should the minds of men be clouded with all manner of foolish expectations concerning this Anointed One; and with anger and malice did they crucify the very Father of their souls, whereby they might preserve themselves in power and forsake the good altogether.
1st Endowment 3:39-41
5. And the elders seeing the Master among them, gave to him the book of Isaiah to read unto the people.
6. And taking the book, he read unto all who were gathered there, saying: “The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, for he has appointed me to preach good tidings unto the poor;
7. He has sent me to make whole the brokenhearted, to set at liberty all them that are bound; to open the prison doors whereby the captives might be set free.
8. To proclaim aloud the acceptable year of the Lord, even a day of recompense; to comfort all who mourn and are heavy laden, to give unto them that lament, beauty for ashes, the oil of joy for weeping, and the garment of praise for sackcloth and heaviness;
9. That they might be as a tree of righteousness whose limbs never wither, being planted by the hand of the Lord; that in the waste places of the earth there might flow in the desert, streams of living water.”
10. And closing the book, he gave it again unto the elders, and seeing that every man looked upon him, being transfixed by his countenance, he said: “This day is this scripture fulfilled in your hearing.”
13. And one of the Pharisees, being angry at the words of the Lord, spoke, saying: “Why will you speak to us in parables? Tell us plainly what you mean.”
14. And he answered, saying: “Whosoever has ears to hear, let them hear and be wise. For well was it spoken of this generation by the prophet Isaiah, saying:
15. For you indeed hear, but you understand not; you see, but perceive little. For the heart of all this people is fat with pride; they have made their ears dull of hearing and have shut their eye lest they see, and their ears lest they hear and understand with their hearts and turn again unto the Lord and be healed.
16. But blessed are the eyes which see and the ears which hear, for I tell you truly that many prophets desired to see those things which you have seen and have not seen them;
17. And to hear those things which you have heard, and have not heard them.
18. For these righteous ones having neither seen with their eyes, nor heard with their ears believed already. But you, though seeing and hearing, believe not; therefore, your desolation is complete.