Jews: Do you know that Yeshua is your Messiah and he loves you?

Jesus is Yeshua. He was a Jew.

All of his disciples and followers were Jews.

He fulfilled all of the prophesies from the Jewish prophets.

He came as a Lamb to be slain for your sins, so you can be redeemed.

He never sinned, so he was a Lamb without blemish or defect.

He became a curse for us when he took our sins, so that we might be freed from the curse of the law of sin and death.

He is the new covenant that Jeremiah talked about.

His hands adn feet were pierced, which was prophesied by Kind David in his Psalms.

He is your Messiah, and he loves all the Jews with an everlasting love.

Why won't you let him cleanse you from your sins? The only way to be atoned for the sins you committed is through the blood of the Lamb. Jesus is the sacrificial Lamb.

Yeshua is calling you right now.

The Messiah is calling you today.

Are you going to receive your redemption at this hour?

Don't you see that something is going to happen and time is running out?

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  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

    You are mistaken

    All faithful Christians who are educated and honest know and honestly admit that Jesus -- who they revere as Christos

    is NOT the Messiah -- the Messiah is an entity that bares no relation to the Christos and in certain details is actually a contrary type of entity.

    To be specific --

    Christos is the divine made flesh who sacrifices his human life in order to bring salvation from damnation in the afterlife to those who accept his divinity.

    In contrast -- The Messiah is the Constitutional Executive of Israel at the time following the fulfillment of the prophecies regarding the coming of world peace and perfection of human society.

    Note that the Messiah is (1) human (2) ruler of the independent political state of Israel (3) during the time when world peace has come

    According to the faithful Christians Jesus is (1) divine (2) never ruled the state of Israel / lived and died in his human form at a time when Israel was a conquered state

    And, ofcourse, a quick look at the news indicate that none of the prophesies of world peace and perfection of society have yet come.

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    To give you some more basic historical information that you seem to be confused about

    > Jesus is Yeshua.

    (1) There is no justification to claim that the person called Jesus in the New Testament was named Yeshua.

    Any preacher who told you this, made this up - with the purpose of false advertising to Jews.

    The New Testament was originally written in Greek and ALWAYS used the name Iesus.

    Jews during the Roman Empire generally had a Jewish name and a Greek name - and there was no rule that the two names match at all. Moreover - some number of Jews at the time had only a Greek name.

    Thus, while it is possible that he was named some version of "Joshua",

    it is possible that he was not named anything other than Jesus or that he had a completely different Jewish name.

    For all anyone knows - his name could have been Shlomiel or Ploni or Ikhavod ...anything realy

    > He was Jewish.

    (1) I thought Christians believe he was God.and (2) Why does this matter? Lots of Jews around.

    > All of his disciples and followers were Jews.

    Ah -- but by the second half of the first century, the Jewish followers of the Jesus who headed the synagogue of Caprnaum that was taken over by his brother James were completely edged out of "Christendom",

    were declared "Judaizing heretics" and hunted with sword and fire by the Helenist Christians who later became the founders of mainstream Christianity.

    Within the next 300 years any and all texts coming from "the Judaizers" were completely destroyed by the Helenists.

    ANd it was the Helenists who created Christianity.

    So -- those Jewish followers of Jesus are completely irrelevant to the Christian religion and its story of JEsus that is followed by Christians today.

    > He fulfilled all of the prophesies from the Jewish prophets.

    No. He fulfilled NONE of the Jewish prophesies.

    He only fulfilled those things that were characterized as prophesies by the later Christian writers -- with no connection to any Jewish teachings on the subject.

    > He came as a Lamb to be slain for your sins, so you can be redeemed.

    In the time of the life of Jesus, Jews, Romans, Greeks, and Egyptians all knew that "the Passover lamb" was a symbol of Ra -- which is symbolically slaughtered to show the defeat of the false gods of Egypt by God and Israel.

    IF Jesus is a Lamb -- then he is Ra - an Egyptian idol.

    And the people who wrote the New Testament KNEW that very well.

    > He never sinned

    Now you're just plain lying - or you did not read the New Testament.

    According to the New Testament, there is a whole list of violations of the covenant of Sinai that were committed by Jesus -- very purposefully and publicly often in order to teach some lesson.

    Or are you from some cult that claims to follow Jesus but while at the same time rejecting this or that New Testament book?

    > He became a curse for us when he took our sins ...etc.

    This whole theology does not exist in the Hebrew Bible and the Hebrew covenant of Sinai.

    The problem does not exist outside of Christianity

    and therefore the solution is not needed except by Christians.

    > He is the new covenant that Jeremiah talked about.

    You seem to not have read Jeremiah either.

    Part of the definition of "the New Covenant" he mentions is that everyone will know without the need to be taught about the issues of God --

    the very fact that you feel the need to communicate this information that others disagree with you about proves that it has nothing to do with the New Covenant Jeremiah discusses.

    > His hands adn feet were pierced, which was prophesied by Kind David in his Psalms.

    Not in the Hebrew Bible.

    > He is your Messiah,

    As mentioned at the top --

    No he is clearly not.

    All of the Jewish prophesies are self-defining and self-proving.

    World Peace,

    Perfection of human society

    ...

    there are more -- but those two essentially leave Jesus out of the running.

    > he loves all the Jews with an everlasting love.

    This is very nice to hear.

    The Krishna Conciousness folks tell me that Hare Krishna loves us to.

    And both are of equal relevance to the Covenant of Sinai.

    > Why won't you let him cleanse you from your sins? The only way to be atoned for the sins you committed is through the blood of the Lamb. Jesus is the sacrificial Lamb.

    Human sacrifice is an abomination (see Jeremiah) --

    whether you call that person a lamb or you insist that the human person murdered was really a god --

    it is a grave corrupting sin.

  • 5 years ago

    Matthew 23:33

    You snakes! You brood of vipers! How will you escape being condemned to hell?

    Jesus sure loved Jews according to the Bible.

  • BMCR
    Lv 7
    5 years ago

    No, he is not the Messiah.

  • 5 years ago

    Please provide proof of your claims. Many Christians these days question his divinity.

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