In the Hebrew Scriptures there are two distinct and very different portraits of God’s Messiah— a Suffering Servant and also a kingly “Son of David.” This has resulted in the Jewish Messiah, on the one hand, being depicted as a peaceful dying saviour, but how does that portrait correlate with the other picture of Messiah as a triumphant conquering king? How can there be two Messiahs? Confusing? Not really…..Jerusalem Channel present Christine Darg says the dilemma is resolved when we realise there are two faces of the same Messiah—in other words, two messianic roles of the Redeemer and two appearances are nearly 2,000 years apart.
Always a witness for Yeshua, our King, who ransomed all His creation ? thank you Christine Darg for again sharing about the multi faceted savior we serve. It’s when we focus on His suffering only and dismiss His ETERNAL reigning position that we fail to take our own rightful places in the body. However, when we cling to both His positions, we become keenly aware of His power and majesty, and can line up with Adonai’s eternal Plans and Purposes. Praising Him, the One who is and was, and is to come ❤️ and thanking Him for the end time men AND women heralders spreading the good news!
Has it occured to you that Deut 20:5-7 is a type that points to the Rapture?
It is especially, interesting when read in light of Deut 20:8
gen 1,1, el jefe de la casa principal, va a la cruz.
bn =, Aleph tau.
¿Obtuviste esto de la traducción hebrea paleolítica de Génesis 1: 1?
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