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.