Thats it?! You mean you think there is nothing special about the prophesied Messiah. Funny you dont because Jews DO!......<quoted text>
Special Messiah? Wow! You never cease to amaze me with some of your explanations, with all due respect (smile).
The definition of special is:
1: distinguished by some unusual quality; especially: being in some way superior <our special blend>
2 : held in particular esteem <a special friend>
3 a: readily distinguishable from others of the same category
I would say that special is an appropriate word for the Messiah. Yes?! lol!
Then start a new thread.......<quoted text>
Yes, it could very well be a whole new subject, but it is also relevant to why the Jews did not believe that Jesus was the promised Messiah, right (smile)?
LMAO! Yes, I would agree, particularly since Christ is not a Hebrew word. However, Christ refers to the Hebrew MessiahRight?! lol!......<quoted text>
Okay, but also in the Hebrew language, this word does not mean Christ either, right (smile).
Wrong! The warning part is that Jesus said others would come in His name. He warned that others would come claiming to be Him.(smile)......<quoted text>
Please know that Jesus only warned His disciple not to be deceived. And the reason He did this was because Jesus knew that many would come in His name and claimed that He(not they) was the Christ, according to the scripture, in my humble opinion (smile).
Thank you for supporting my position regarding the word Christ. After all, we all know that Jesus is the Latin form of the Greek Iesous and refers to the Messiah, YeshuaRight? So, obviously, like Christ, its understood that Jesus refers to the Messiah. Feel free to support my arguments at any time (smile).......<quoted text>
Yes, the word Christ did not exist until the 17th century. However, neither did the word Jesus, since we know that the letter J did not exist until the 17th century also (smile).