Some people holler about the use of 'morning star' in Isaiah 14:12 because Jesus calls Himself the morning star in Rev. 22:16.(Remember the AV 1611's marginal note, "or, O day starre" for Isaiah 14:12.) But clearly there are many morning stars in Scripture. Before He calls Himself the morning star, He says, in Rev. 2:28 "And I will give him the morning star." Clearly this isn't Himself. And before all these things we see in Job 38:7 "When the morning stars sang together, and all the sons of God shouted for joy". A little help from the Hebrew readers, please? I have been told by more than one Jew that 'morning star' is a valid English rendering in Isaiah 14:12 because we have 'helel', I.E. "light bringer or bearer" coupled with "son of the morning". How correct is this? I believe Jesus clearly indicated His uniqueness among all other 'morning stars' by calling Himself the BRIGHT AND morning star. Who were those morning stars in Job? And what morning star is Jesus gonna give to the believers?