Monthly Archives: September 2014

The actual prophecies about the Jewish Moshiach

LOOK CLOSER at this picture… Christianity and Messianic Judaism(as well as other religions) are all claiming that their messiah is THE Messiah sent from HaShem. If this is true, then HaShem is not the Creator we all think He Is. … Continue reading

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The ONLY way to fit Jesus/Yeshua into the TaNaCH

Who were the (true) prophets and prophetesses of Israel? What distinguished them from the others? “While the gift of prophecy included an ability to foretell the future, a prophet was far more than a person with that capability. A prophet was a spokesperson … Continue reading

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3500 Years of Persecution

3500 Years of Persecutions 3500 years of persecution. Yet, the Jews survived. Persecution of Jews has occurred on numerous occasions and at widely different geographical locations. As well as being a major component in Jewish history, it has significantly impacted … Continue reading

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Why Isn’t the Book of Daniel Part of the Prophets?

The difference between divine inspiration and prophecy By Yehuda Shurpin  Dear Rabbi, I was reading the book of Daniel, which is filled with extraordinary and apocalyptic visions. I was amazed to learn that it is not included in the section … Continue reading

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Isaiah 2:22

“So do you think that those who reject Jesus are supernaturally blinded – how about those who accept him? How did their eyes “get opened”? And how about people who accept Jesus – but then come to the recognition that … Continue reading

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Four ways Christianity and other world religions deceive their followers

Article: Four ways Christianity and other world religions deceive their followers Originally posted on Daily Minyan: By Rabbi Moshe Ben-Chaim The Flaws of Christianity and [other] Religions Should we allow our lives to be guided by what is popular? Are we … Continue reading

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Rosh Hashanah holiday is called Yom Teruah or the Feast of Trumpets

Rosh Hashanah 2014 begins in the evening of Wednesday, September 24 and ends in the evening of Friday, September 26   Shofar Callin’ connects the story Jews read on the New Year — when God tells Abraham to sacrifice his son Isaac … Continue reading

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