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Resolved Question: Why don't Jews accept
as also part of the Jewish fabric? If you grew up Jewish, but then happened to believe that Jesus is Lord (who was also a Jew), why would that make you no longer a Jew? More specifically, why do Jews reject Messianic Jews as Jews? Is this a form of racism? Actually, the fact that you are Jewish but believe that Jesus is the son of God would not exclude you from being Jewish. There are Jewish believers and gentile believers, the former being Messianic Jews. Who's controlling the label machine anyway? lol
Messianic Rabbi Kirt Schneider
Posted on 30 December 2011 | 4:24 am
Resolved Question: Muslims, my Jewish people
Isaiah 9:6 "Unto us is born a child, a Son is given, and he will be almighty God and the prince of peace."
a perfect proof of Jesus being God as the Son given -Muslims can claim that Jewish people put this into there present Jewish scriptures-yet would you put in what you stand against?
truth is believing in the Messiah Jesus is believing true Judaism
Isaiah 52:13=52:12 "He will be made very high. He will first be despised and rejected. He will lay down his life as a lamb to make atonement/forgiveness for our sins. He will die with the wicked and be burried with the rich. He will see his believers and prosper (as his spiritual seed).
Knowing Jesus/Esau/Yeshua in Hebrew was the Messiah I had to search to find how to personally know him, as my Messiah savior and best friend. then I read his words spoken from heaven that he loved each of us and knocks on our heart door to repent from sin and let him in to be our personal friend Revelation 3:19&20
Does Messiah=truth? YesIsay wow BELIEVING ISAIAH makes me an apostate-from what? from my people that rejected Moses too when he said there is no forgiveness of sins without a blood sacrifice-which had to be pure-Just like our Messiah Yeshua/Esah/Jesus proved to be too and died with the wicked and was burried with the rich, and rejected too even as this proves still today by his own Jewish people
Moses "The life of the flesh is in the blood, and I have given it upon the altar to make atonement for your souls=Leviticus 17:11 the lady Suri quotes from the reform deranged version
the Hebrew and also translated into the Orthodox Jewish Harkavay edition = just as I said
there is only one difference-Zechariah 12:12 they add a foot note="When we look upon him whom we have pierced, we shall mourn as a mother mourns for her only lost child." (the footnote had to be added because it is so direct to Jesus-they state "this is talking about Israel"=when did Israel pierce itself-when did Israel die with the wicked, and get burried with the rich, when did Israel despise and reject itself, --- go figure
well does believing Isaiah and about his promised Messiah make me more or less Jewish??? my bad its Isaiah 53:13-53:12 and the Messiah Jesus is my best friend-so you can argue -you can say it takes the heart and soul as well as the blood sacrifice to forgive sins-yet it still takes the blood sacrifice! along with the last comment-Isaiah also said in this portion "All we like sheep have gone astray and the Lord hath laid on Him the iniquity of us all" who is this one-Jeremiah 31:31 promised a new covenant not like the one made to Moses and we would be his people and he our God."
In all till this time the high priest offered the blood sacrifice on Yom Kippur for all Jewish people-till Jesus fulfilled it and the temple wasnt needed and was destroyed 70 ce/ad
If Jesus isnt the Jewish Messiah who is-or did the Lord lie and tell us to have a blood atonement for sins and refuse to let us keep the temple-leaving us with no other way than Yeshua to have a blood atonement and in that forgiveness of sins.
You can argue but I have an experience Yeshua/Jesus is my best friend and Messiah-where is your Messiah-still missing???
and thanks #3 for that reference good to know I am not the only Jew that believes Isaiah and our Messiah! awww another my bad -I ment Zechariah 12:10 not the other verse 12 sorry please forgive me, and thanks for your answers :D 5th answerer I get what you are saying-if you are an athiest with Jewish parents your still Jewish. but once you believe in the Jewish Messiah then you are no longer Jewish-I am born Jewish, Bar Mitzvahd Jewish and believe in the Jewish Messiah-yet those that reject him say they are Jewish and I am not-but if I was athiestic in my belief then I would still be Jewish!!! What is wierd about that????
Posted on 11 June 2007 | 12:59 pm