Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Jewish Scriptures clearly describe Yeshua Moschiach as "Ben Elohim"

Corrupt priest Caiaphas knew when he pointed an accusatory finger at Yeshua that the Maschiach's ID was " Ben Elohim" and asked Him: "Are you the Son of the Blessed One?" (Mark 14:61).




If we take the time to research and to read it carefully, the whole Tanakh is filled with precious clues about our Messiah's character. He is being called a Son to Hashem ( not with the usual sense  of "ben Elohim" -I mean, we are all sons to our Creator. Regarding Yeshua, the Maschiach, the expression "Ben Elohim" is a title that is meant to be read in a Messianic perspective. The Scriptures speak about the King Messiah, Ben Elohim, High Priest after the order of Malki Tzekeq).

Yes, Hashem has a son. The Tanakh says so.




Yeshua is Maschiach Ben Elohim. This is a statement that deranges many people.

I've often heard "Yeshua is nowhere to be found in the Tanakh. He didn't fulfill any prophecy."
Rather the contrary is true. The attentive reader will discover that Hashem actually declares that Yeshua our Messiah IS His Son.
In order to prove my point, I am going to pick some very specific parts of Scripture in the Orthodox Jewish Bible (OJB). Why choose the OJB version? The reason is simple: the Hebrew words or concepts that are mentioned in the OJB version leave no space for misinterpretation. The Hebrew words in each different verse will allow you to understand that we are speaking of the Messiah here.

Psalm 2, for instance, completely enlightens the relationship Hashem has with our Moschiach ( Yeshua our Messiah). The beginning of the Psalm underlines Hashem's Anointed's role among the nations;

"Why do the Goyim ( nations) rage and the Amim ( people) imagine a vain thing?
The Malchei Eretz ( the kings of the earth) rise up in rebellion, and the rulers counsel together against Hashem and against His Moschiach, saying, "let us break their chains asunder and cast against their fetters from us.
He that sits enthroned in Shomayim (Heaven) laughs; Adonai had them in derision."

Psalm 2: 1-4, OJB




Verses 6 to 8 clearly declare that Yeshua IS Hashem's begotten Son:

"I have set my Malki ( my King) upon Tziyon, my har kodesh ( my holy mountain).
I will declare the chok ( decree), Hashem has said unto me, you are Beni ( My Son, i.e Ben Ha Elohim Moschiach, Hayom ( today), I have begotten you."

Proverbs 30: 1-5 are asking the reader a question in the form of an enigma. The Bible codes have revealed the answer , that one can read as he would read some crossword ( see picture above).

The answer reads Hashem Yeshua ( the Name is Yeshua, in Hebrew)

"Who has ascended into Shomayim ( Heaven) or descended.
Who had gathered ruach ( the Spirit) in the hollows of His hand?
Who had bound the mayim (waters) in a cloak?
Who had established all the aftsei aretz ( the ends of the earth).
What is Smo (His Name) and what is His Son's Name?

In Psalm 110, verse 1, there is a very clear reference to the Messiah as well:

"Hashem said to Adoni ( i.e Moschiach Adoneinu) Sit at my right hand until I make your enemies a footstool for your feet. ( verse 1)


Yeshua our Messiah is High Priest in eternity



Verse 4 of Psalm 110 confirms Yeshua in His role of priest and the Book of Zechariah also declares that Yeshua is a kohen gadol, a high priest according to the order of Melkitzedek.

: "Hashem had sworn and will not relent: you Moschiach are kohen l'olam ( priest in eternity) at divrati Malki-Tzedek (kohen forever in respect to the order of Malki-Tzedek)"

Astonishingly the Book of Zechariah, Chapter 6, verses 11 and 12 reveal the very Name of our Messiah in its full form ( Yehoshua), Yeshua being the shortened, Aramaic version of Yehoshua, a name that has been revealed to rabbi Kaduri, a well respected rabbi in Israel. Although some people have tried to make his encounter with the Messiah a lie ( out of fear that this could be the "Christians' Messiah. When people will start looking more at Yeshua instead of Christianity, they will understand that He is the One who has been announced for centuries to Israel and that He deserves to be revered as the Jewish Messiah).



Here is what the Book Of Zechariah states:

3 Then take kesef ( silver) and zahav ( gold) and make atart ( crowns) and set them upon the rosh ( head Yehoshua ben Yehotzadak, the Kohen Ha Gadol. And speak unto Him, saying, thus said Hashem Tva'os: "Hinei Ish ( here is the man) Tzemach Shemo Yehoshua is said to be the namesake of the coming Moschiach Ben David, and out of his place yitzmach ( will come out) he Moschiach shall sprout up and He shall build the Heikhal Hashem ( the Temple of Hashem).



Ironically "Hinei Ish" or " ecce homo" in Latin are the words that Pilate pronounced when he presented Yeshua ben Yosef to the crowd.
The same expression is used in the Book of Zechariah to describe Moschiach Ben David.
To Him, the priesthood and the kingship in eternity, Amen.




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