Monday, February 29, 2016

Messianic Jews


The Messianic Jews declares that are believing in the coming of the Messiah but is it relay so unique view? Can a Jew disbelieve in the Lord's presence on this planet?

The answer is simple and we will find it in the Holy Bible in the text of the New Covenant that the Lord has enacted between himself and the Jews, after they has broken original covenant made between YHWE and Moses.
“If this fixed order departs from before me, declares the LORD, then shall the offspring of Israel cease from being a nation before me forever.”
Jeremiah 31:36 

Can then a Jew disbelieve in the psychical presence of the Lord? He cannot deny it, such denial would be a denial of his own identity – his Jewishness.

He not only needs to believe in the God but is obliged by this Covenant to protect and defend the Lord from all the evil. Because if something would happened to the Lord, he would stop to be a Jew. Forever. 

Therefore it is not matter of Jew's belives. No matter of patriotism. For a Jew it is truly to be or not to be question. The Jew needs to have the Lord to be a Jew. Without him, he would be no didferent from others.

What is then so unique in Jewish Messianism? Maybe a waiting for the coming of the Messiah, the Son of the God. They are waiting for his coming from the age to age.

Maybe they are waiting for the Son of the Lord because they will no longer need to protect an old  Lord. There will be new Lord and the old could be forgotten.

Little bit cynical? Maybe but how to explain that Messianic Jews does not do anything to fastern Lord coming to the Israel. They are waiting for him to come, so long. Since always. 


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