In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- You are the One who will choose the Messiah from the sons of Israel!
- This One, who would be the new and greater David, was the Messiah.
- The Jews believed in two ages: the age of the law (which began at Sinai) and the age of the Messiah.
- The night of Passover would be a good night for the Messiah to show up and the king of God to show up.
- They serve as the prototypes for the Messiah from Joseph, and the Messiah from David, who usher in the Messianic Era.
- The people of the Decapolis were well-familiar with the Messiah.
- Simeon firmly believed a messiah would rise out of the desert, rescue a chosen people and restore peace to the Promised Land.
- When the Messiah comes, you'll wish you were Jewish!
- ‘In Judaism, we believe the messiah has not come yet,’ he says.
- But the Old Testament talks about the coming of the Messiah.
- Readers of Berger's book cannot fail to gain the impression that belief in the messiah is a central religious concern of Orthodox Jews today.
- I know that the Messiah will come, and when He comes He'll tell us everything.
- For the Rastafarians, the black men are the ‘true’ Israelites, waiting for the Messiah to re-establish their Promised Land in Africa.
- Is the Messiah divine, as the Christians say, or human as the Jews say?
- Where does the Jewish concept of Messiah come from?
- Mashiyach is the Hebrew word meaning messiah or anointed one.
- Actually, our tradition tells us that the Messiah will not come on Shabbat or Yom Tov.
- The secular Zionists were doing the work of God and the Messiah but they did not yet know it.
- Yet Malachi prophesied that Messiah would come - and Christ, the Messiah, did come.
- They believe in establishing a Jewish homeland without the coming of the messiah, in direct resistance to the Hasids.
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