posted on Nov, 7 2013 @ 11:17 PM
reply to post by 2WitnessesArrived
The problem is, in the scriptures there are usually 2 applications, a literal one and an allegorical one. Jerusalem's biblical name is Zion. Here's
something you might find of interest.
Isaiah 50:1 Thus says the Lord:
“Where is the certificate of your mother’s divorce,
Whom I have put away?
Or which of My creditors is it to whom I have sold you?
For your iniquities you have sold yourselves,
And for your transgressions your mother has been put away.
Ofcourse in prophetic language "women" does not always mean literal women, often times it is speaking about religions when it refers to "women",
or in some cases cities. Case in point, in the OT when it speaks about the "Groom" or "Bride" it's talking about the Temple (Groom) or City
(Bride) in which case referencing Jerusalem's Temple as the Groom and Zion as the Bride, but now we know the Groom is Christ and the Bride is his