Jesus Christ is the Jewish Messiah

Without Jesus Christ, the God of Israel has done nothing for the redemption of the Gentiles in over 3000 years.

Throughout Torah, we learn how God’s heart was to save the world, Jew and Gentile. We read how the Jews were to be a Light to the Gentiles, to take the knowledge of the God of Israel to all the nations of the world; which they have failed to do. The Jews today are too few in number to effectively bring the world into the knowledge and worship of the God of Israel. However, the most influential person in all of history, Jesus Christ, a true Jew, has brought literally billions of Gentiles into the knowledge and worship of the God of Israel. The fact that Jesus was an Israelite only further proves His Messianic status, as the single vessel by which the Messianic prophecies have been and will be fulfilled.

Genesis 49:10 The scepter shall not depart from Judah, nor a scholar from among his descendants, until Messiah come; and unto him shall the gathering of the people be.

This prophecy clearly says that once the Messiah comes, the scholars who once represented the Judaic faith could not longer be trusted; they have departed from the true faith in King Messiah. So, you can no longer trust the Rabbi’s, you must trust God, and Him alone.

Moses (The Law) could only bring the people of Israel out of Egypt. Moses was forbidden to enter the promise land, because Moses represents the law. Joshua had to bring them into the promise land. The Law can not save you, it can only condemn you and bring you into the knowledge of sin. However, Joshua (Jesus) is the only one who can bring you into the promise land, not by law, but by grace.

So, here’s what you need to consider; if Jesus is the Jewish Messiah, you can not claim to be a true jew and reject Him. If He is not the Messiah, then you will die in your sins, because torah says you need a blood sacrifice, but Judiasm no longer offers that.

Dr. Michael Brown. Reveals the Real Messiah.

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