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THE Messiah, The prophecies and the Talmud








The coming of the Messiah is an interesting issue to which many prophecies are connected.

   Below, we are going to examine this area, that is, the prophecies connected with the coming of the Messiah. The purpose is to go through especially what has been told in the Scriptures the Books of Moses, psalms and prophets about the coming of the Messiah, the point of time of His coming, His life, His origins and whether or not these prophecies have already been fulfilled. In other words, the purpose is to find out how these things actually came true.

    However, we will not only be restricted to the writings of the Bible, but also use old commentaries of the rabbis (Midrash, Targum, Zohar, Talmud, etc.) as assistance, because they are valued very much amongst Jews. What is surprising is that from these old sources especially from the oldest can be found a powerful expectation of the Messiah and a description of His supernatural characteristics, presented in a way which very much resembles the message of the New Testament. An example of this expectation of the Messiah is what Talmud has said on the following lines. They indicate that prophets prophesied only for the days of the Messiah:



"All prophets prophesied only for the days of the Messiah" (Sanhedrin 99a. p. 670).


"The world was created only for the Messiah." (Sanhedrin 98b. p. 667).



CHAPTER 1 - The time of coming of the Messiah  

CHAPTER 2 - A prophet like Moses  

CHAPTER 3 - The life of the Messiah in prophecies

CHAPTER 4 - One or two comings - the suffering of the Messiah
CHAPTER 5 - The message of the patterns and fulfilment

CHAPTER 6 - The nations search for the Messiah

CHAPTER 7 - The divinity of the Messiah

CHAPTER 8 - What is God like?

CHAPTER 9 - Access to the connection of God  




Link: The "code" of the Messiah!








Jari Iivanainen



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