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Mashiach, Mashiach, Mashiach, Da Da Da Da DaDa

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About the Author: Tzvi Fishman was awarded the Israel Ministry of Education Prize for Creativity and Jewish Culture for his novel "Tevye in the Promised Land." For the past several years, he has written a popular and controversial blog at Arutz 7. A wide selection of his books are available at Amazon. The views expressed in this blog are solely those of the author and do not represent the views of The Jewish Press


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6 Responses to “Mashiach, Mashiach, Mashiach, Da Da Da Da DaDa”

  1. Emet Sheva says:

    Boo-ya! You got it Rabbi Tzvi ;D Shabbat Shalom L'Kulam!

  2. I like this song so much , well i prefer vehi sheamda by yaakov shwekey or rachem or Tehilim 130. Shabbat Shalom Shula

  3. Emet Sheva says:

    Shabbat Shalom Yasna dear!

  4. Joshua Sierk says:

    more from this wise guy.

  5. Joshua Sierk says:

    more wisdom from this wise guy.
    shabbat shalom!

  6. Jesus is the most misunderstood person whoever lived on earth. Jews
    and Christians agree on one thing about Jesus that Jesus claimed he is.
    the messiah. But the most astonishing truth about Jesus is that Jesus.
    didn't claim he is the messiah. Not only that Jesus told the Jews that.
    they should not believe any individual who claim he is the messiah. He
    told the Jews no individual would come as the messiah, who or what.
    would come is the kingdom of god.

    Jesus told the Jews to always remain as Jews facing all the.
    persecutions awaiting them and prepared to accept the Kingdom since it.
    is not known when it will come. The contemporary Jews expected Jesus.
    is their messiah but were disappointed that He didn't overthrow the.
    Romans and declare himself King, like the Messiah was supposed to do.
    So theyr ejected Jesus saying he is a failed messiah and failed to understand.
    his message.

    On the other hand, some the Jews found their messiah in Jesus and.
    they interpreted words of Jesus and Bible in such a way to make others also.
    to believe Jesus is the messiah and son of God.

    The Jews who say Jesus is the failed messiah and the Jews later became Christians.
    who believe and preach Jesus is the Christ and son of God both went wrong in.
    understanding the message of Jesus.

    The word messiah has no such meaning as “Savior“. Messiah simply means.
    “anointed one”. But when the Jews started to give a meaning “savior”.
    for the word messiah there they started to give wrong interpretation.
    of Bible words. Yahweh is the only savior of Israel and there is no.
    other savior for Israel according to Bible.

    Jewish belief in a messiah in the sense “savior king” lies in the.
    promise God gave to David. In fact the promise God gave to David is.
    conditional one. And sons of David many times failed to fulfill that.
    condition. so God is not bound to keep his promise. But Jews
    inadvertently believe that the promise God gave to David is an.
    unconditional one and that belief led the Jews to believe God is bound.
    to provide them a super king “Messiah” from the sons of David. This
    wrong interpretation of Bible words and belief in a Christ culminated.
    in Christian religion.

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