As the Hebrews are preparing to move into Canaan to possess it according to God's promise to Abraham, Moses issues a series of warnings, one of which contains a ...

01.06.2015  · The Messiah in Moses and The - Free ebook download as PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or read book online for free.

TV done. We’ve a fair few fungi about, although the edible variety are a bit thin on the ground. Somebody seems to have found one of my more reliable haunts and the ...

Tomorrow is Christmas. Christmas is the day on which the majority of believers acknowledge and celebrate the birth of Yeshua (Jesus) who the wise men declared was “born King of the Jews” (Matthew 2:2). What many people don’t associate with Jesus’ birth is that of Moses’. Moses and Christmas? Not exactly. Moses and Messiah? Maybe more in common than you think.

It is interesting to point out that the 13th portion of Scripture according to the yearly Torah cycle is Sh’mot which means Names in Hebrew and begins the book of Exodus 1:1-6:1. This portion of Scripture details the birth of Moses and usually always falls during the Advent Season (Late Nov-Jan 6 referring to the 1st Coming) and this year specifically on Christmas Day. Just a coincidence? Maybe, but that’s not a kosher word in some circles.

At the time of Moses’ birth the people of Israel were slaves to the kingdom of Pharaoh and Egypt. They were oppressed by the Egyptians and no matter how hard they worked, their lives were ultimately spent in bitter futility. They were without mercy in their condition and needed a savior. This can be compared to the life of sin and death. This is similar to the situation Israel was in during the 1st Century under Roman rule when Jesus was born. This is also a situation, at least spiritually, that we’re all in until the Messiah is born into our lives or shall I say, we are born into his.

Maybe it’s because we’re Messianic, or maybe it’s just a question that’s bound to be raised. In any case, the issue of the Torah (The Law, or the Mosaic Covenant) does seem to come up, especially as Jewish believers seek to live out their faith in Yeshua in a Jewish manner of lifestyle. After all, to some it would seem only natural that the way to demonstrate that Messianic faith is Jewish is by “keeping the Law.”

In many cases this can lead to some confusion as to our relationship to the Torah. Some teach that believers in Messiah Yeshua, especially Jewish believers, are still under the Torah’s authority for their fellowship, esteem and obedience. Others think that the Torah is totally irrelevant to the spiritual life and unworthy of serious study and application. What is the truth?  We read in 2 Timothy 3:16,1 7, “ All Scripture is inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for training in righteousness; so that the man of God may be adequate, equipped for every good work .”

We also read in Romans 7:12 & 14, “ The Law is holy, and the commandment is holy and righteous and good…we know that the Law is spiritual…” Therefore we are never to consider the  Tanakh , (or the Torah as in this case) anything but  holy and righteous, good  and  spiritual  in our view of its teachings. We are to study the  Tanakh  thoroughly and learn its inspired truth, for if rightly understood, the  Tanakh  is spiritually  profitable  for our lives. Any congregation or church that is not doing so is leaving out two thirds of God’s Word!

As the Hebrews are preparing to move into Canaan to possess it according to God's promise to Abraham, Moses issues a series of warnings, one of which contains a ...

01.06.2015  · The Messiah in Moses and The - Free ebook download as PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or read book online for free.

TV done. We’ve a fair few fungi about, although the edible variety are a bit thin on the ground. Somebody seems to have found one of my more reliable haunts and the ...

Tomorrow is Christmas. Christmas is the day on which the majority of believers acknowledge and celebrate the birth of Yeshua (Jesus) who the wise men declared was “born King of the Jews” (Matthew 2:2). What many people don’t associate with Jesus’ birth is that of Moses’. Moses and Christmas? Not exactly. Moses and Messiah? Maybe more in common than you think.

It is interesting to point out that the 13th portion of Scripture according to the yearly Torah cycle is Sh’mot which means Names in Hebrew and begins the book of Exodus 1:1-6:1. This portion of Scripture details the birth of Moses and usually always falls during the Advent Season (Late Nov-Jan 6 referring to the 1st Coming) and this year specifically on Christmas Day. Just a coincidence? Maybe, but that’s not a kosher word in some circles.

At the time of Moses’ birth the people of Israel were slaves to the kingdom of Pharaoh and Egypt. They were oppressed by the Egyptians and no matter how hard they worked, their lives were ultimately spent in bitter futility. They were without mercy in their condition and needed a savior. This can be compared to the life of sin and death. This is similar to the situation Israel was in during the 1st Century under Roman rule when Jesus was born. This is also a situation, at least spiritually, that we’re all in until the Messiah is born into our lives or shall I say, we are born into his.

As the Hebrews are preparing to move into Canaan to possess it according to God's promise to Abraham, Moses issues a series of warnings, one of which contains a ...

01.06.2015  · The Messiah in Moses and The - Free ebook download as PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or read book online for free.

TV done. We’ve a fair few fungi about, although the edible variety are a bit thin on the ground. Somebody seems to have found one of my more reliable haunts and the ...

Messiah in Judaism - Wikipedia


The Messiah in Moses and The | John The Baptist - Scribd

Posted by 2018 article

51O1GYnX+pL