Life of the Messiah Part 8 - Congregation Yeshuat Yisrael

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Life of the Messiah Part 8 - Congregation Yeshuat Yisrael

The Life of Yeshuathe Messiahfrom a JewishPerspectivePart 10Congregation Yeshuat YisraelFranklin/Nashville Tennesseewww.yeshuatyisrael.com


Congregation RiseSh’ma: Deuteronomy 6:4All:.dj;a, hw:hyÒ Wnyhel¿a> y:yÒ laer;c]yI [m'v]Sh’ma Yisrael, Adonai Elohenu, Adonai Echad!.d[,w: !l;/[l] /tWkl]m d/bK] !ve &WrB;Baruch shem k’vod malchuto l’olam va-ed!Hear, O Israel:The LORD our God, the LORD is One!Praised be His Name,Whose glorious kingdom is forever and forever!


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Jesus Starts his Work1 Jesus leaves his home town ofNazareth in Galilee.2 At the Jordan he is baptized byJohn.3 He is lead into the desert for 40days where he is tempted.4 After the arrest of John, Jesusgoes north to Galilee.5 Inset: Near Bethsaida, Jamescalls Simon and Andrew, James,and John to follow him.6 They arrive at Capernaum,where Simon and Andrew live.Jesus preaches and does manyworks of healing—including worksof healing Simon's mother-in-law.7 From here Jesus first goes outinto Galilee, preaching andcasting out demons.


1 Jesus goes to Jerusalem forPassover. He does many miraclesand people believe in him.2 Jesus and disciples in Judea,where the disciples baptize people.John the Baptist is baptizing atAenon.3 Jesus goes back to Galileestopping at Sychar in Samaria.Here he talks with the woman atthe well and stays 2 days teaching.4 Jesus welcomed in Galilee bypeople who had seen him inJerusalem.5 At Cana an official asks Jesus tocome to heal his son inCapernaum, 18 miles away. Jesustells him his son will live.6The official is met halfway homeby his servants who tell him hisson is healed.


1. Great Galilean MinistryGALILEE2. Great Judean MinistrySAMARIAJerusalemJUDEAPEREA3. Later Perean MinistryJohn 10:40“The Other Side of theJordan”4. Final Week in Jerusalem


1Jesus is at the Feast ofDedication in Jerusalem. As heteaches, the people try to stonehim for 'blasphemy.‘2Jesus and his disciples leaveJerusalem, cross the Jordan andstay near the place where Johnhad baptized. Many people cameto him.3At Bethany, Mary's and Martha'sbrother Lazarus is taken ill. Thesisters send Jesus a message.4Jesus delays leaving for 2 days.5Jesus and the disciples go toBethany. Lazarus is dead and hasbeen buried 4 days. Jesus raiseshim to life.6Eyewitnesses report the eventto the Sanhedrin. They plot to killJesus.7Jesus travels secretly toEphraim with the disciples.


GALILEEWhere and WhenYeshua TaughtSAMARIAJerusalemPEREAJUDEATimelineADPP27 28 29 30 PP


The Journey of Yeshua towardJerusalem (Luke 9:51-19)A. The rejection of Yeshua by most on Hisjourney toward Jerusalem(Luke 9:51-11:54)B. Yeshua's teaching of His followers inview of the rejection (Luke 12:1-19:27)


The Ministry of Yeshua in Jerusalem(Luke 19:28-21:38)A. Yeshua's entry into Jerusalem asMessiah (Luke 19:28-44)B. Yeshua in the temple(Luke 19:45-21:38)


Yeshua's Ministry in and aroundJerusalem (Mark 11:1-13:37)A. Yeshua's entry into Jerusalem(Mark 11:1-11)B. Yeshua's prophetic signs of God'sjudgment on Israel (Mark 11:12-26)C. Yeshua's controversy with the Jewishreligious leaders in the temple courts(Mark11:27-12:44)D. Yeshua's prophetic future and the OlivetDiscourse to His disciples (Mark chap. 13)


Mark 8:31 And He began to teach themthat the Son of Man must suffer manythings, and be rejected by the elders andchief priests and scribes, and be killed, andafter three days rise again. 32 He spoke thisword openly. Then Peter took Him asideand began to rebuke Him. 33 But when Hehad turned around and looked at Hisdisciples, He rebuked Peter, saying, “Getbehind Me, Satan! For you are not mindfulof the things of God, but the things of men.”


Mark 9:30 30 Then they departed fromthere and passed through Galilee, and Hedid not want anyone to know it. 31 For Hetaught His disciples and said to them, “TheSon of Man is being betrayed into the handsof men, and they will kill Him. And after Heis killed, He will rise the third day.” 32 Butthey did not understand this saying, andwere afraid to ask Him.


Mark 10:32 They were on the way, goingup to Jerusalem; and Jesus was going infront of them, and they were amazed; andthose who followed were afraid. He againtook the twelve, and began to tell them thethings that were going to happen to him.


Isaiah 53:3He is despised and rejected bymen,A Man of sorrows and acquaintedwith grief.


Psalm 118:22The stone which the buildersrejectedHas become the chiefcornerstone.This was the Lord’s doing;It is marvelous in our eyes.This is the day the Lord hasmade;We will rejoice and be glad in it.


Jewish View of the AfterlifeThis world is like a corridorbefore the world to come .Prepare yourself in the corridorso you can enter into the innerchamber" ( Mishnah Avot 4:16).


Jewish View of the AfterlifeThe two basic Jewish ideas forafterlife are the world to Come,and the Messianic resurrection ofthe dead.


Jewish View of the AfterlifeOlam Haba: The World to ComeWhat happens to the soul after death?The Talmud describes the future home ofthe soul as the "World to Come". Thegeneral rabbinic consensus is that thesoul maintains a relationship to the bodyuntil it disintegrates. Then, depending onwhat kind of life the person lived, theperson goes to Paradise (Gan Eden), orto a kind of hell called Gehinnom.


Jewish View of the AfterlifeThe Messiah and the Resurrection ofthe Dead: Techiyat HametimWhen the Messiah comes, the soul willreturn to the dust and the body will bereconstituted at the arrival of theMessiah. This period is envisioned as akind of Utopia when God's glory will berevealed.


Jewish View of the AfterlifeThe Messiah and the Resurrection ofthe Dead: Techiyat HametimWhen the Messiah comes, the soul willreturn to the dust and the body will bereconstituted at the arrival of theMessiah. This period is envisioned as akind of Utopia when God's glory will berevealed.


Jewish View of the AfterlifeThe Messiah and the Resurrection ofthe Dead: Techiyat HametimBaruch Atah Adonai Eloheinu Melekh Ha-Olam Mechayeh Hametim.Blessed are You God, Ruler of theUniverse, Who enlivens the dead.


We shall see God!Job 19:25-2625For I know that my Redeemer lives,And He shall stand at last on theearth;26And after my skin is destroyed, thisI know,That in my flesh I shallsee God.


Jewish View of the AfterlifeThe Messiah and the Resurrection ofthe Dead: Techiyat Hametim"And many of them that sleep in thedust of the earth shall awake, someto everlasting life, and some toreproaches and everlastingabhorrence." Daniel 12:2.


1Jesus is at the Feast ofDedication in Jerusalem. As heteaches, the people try to stonehim for 'blasphemy.‘2Jesus and his disciples leaveJerusalem, cross the Jordan andstay near the place where Johnhad baptized. Many people cameto him.3At Bethany, Mary's and Martha'sbrother Lazarus is taken ill. Thesisters send Jesus a message.4Jesus delays leaving for 2 days.5Jesus and the disciples go toBethany. Lazarus is dead and hasbeen buried 4 days. Jesus raiseshim to life.6Eyewitnesses report the eventto the Sanhedrin. They plot to killJesus.7Jesus travels secretly toEphraim with the disciples.


John 11 (PARAGRAPH 118 & 128)Now a certain man was sick, Lazarus of Bethany,the town of Mary and her sister Martha. 2 It wasthat Mary who anointed the Lord with fragrant oiland wiped His feet with her hair, whose brotherLazarus was sick. 3 Therefore the sisters sent toHim, saying, “Lord, behold, he whom You love issick.”4When Jesus heard that, He said, “This sicknessis not unto death, but for the glory of God, that theSon of God may be glorified through it.”


John 115Now Jesus loved Martha and her sister andLazarus. 6 So, when He heard that he was sick,He stayed two more days in the place where Hewas. 7 Then after this He said to the disciples,“Let us go to Judea again.”8The disciples said to Him, “Rabbi, lately theJews sought to stone You, and are You goingthere again?”


John 1114Then Jesus said to them plainly, “Lazarus isdead. 15 And I am glad for your sakes that I wasnot there, that you may believe. Nevertheless letus go to him.”16Then Thomas, who is called the Twin, said tohis fellow disciples, “Let us also go, that we maydie with Him.”


John 1124Martha said to Him, “I know that he will riseagain in the resurrection at the last day.”25Jesus said to her, “I am the resurrection andthe life. He who believes in Me, though he maydie, he shall live. 26 And whoever lives andbelieves in Me shall never die. Do you believethis?”


John 1141Then they took away the stone from the placewhere the dead man was lying. And Jesus liftedup His eyes and said, “Father, I thank You thatYou have heard Me. 42 And I know that Youalways hear Me, but because of the people whoare standing by I said this, that they may believethat You sent Me.” 43 Now when He had saidthese things, He cried with a loud voice,“Lazarus, come forth!” 44 And he who had diedcame out bound hand and foot with graveclothes,and his face was wrapped with a cloth. Jesussaid to them, “Loose him, and let him go.”


John 1147Then the chief priests and the Pharisees gathered acouncil and said, “What shall we do? For this Man worksmany signs. 48 If we let Him alone like this, everyone willbelieve in Him, and the Romans will come and takeaway both our place and nation.”49And one of them, Caiaphas, being high priest thatyear, said to them,“You know nothing at all, 50 nor do youconsider that it is expedient for us that oneman should die for the people, and not thatthe whole nation should perish.”


The Triumphal EntryZechariah 9:9“Rejoice greatly, O daughter of Zion!Shout, O daughter of Jerusalem!Behold, your King is coming to you;He is just and having salvation,Lowly and riding on a donkey,A colt, the foal of a donkey.


Two Messiahs?Suffering ServantOrMight Warrior King?The Messiah ben Joseph. A fewreferences to this figure occur fromthe second century A.D.Later to be proceeded by a moremilitaristic Messiah ben David


The LulavLeviticus 23:40 ‘Now on the first day youshall take for yourselves the foliage ofbeautiful trees, palm branches andboughs of leafy trees and willows of thebrook; and you shall rejoice before theLord your God for seven days.Sukkot – the Feast of Tabernacles


aN: h[;yvi/hHoshe-ah na – Save NowPsalm 118:25-2625Save now, I pray, O Lord;O Lord, I pray, send now prosperity.26Blessed is he who comes in the name ofthe Lord!


Speaking to JerusalemMatthew 23:39I say to you, you shall see Me nomore till you say,‘Blessed is He who comes in the nameof the Lord!’ ”


Yeshua Came Initially to Offer a Kingdom1.“The Kingdom of Heaven is at Hand”2.This “Messianic” Kingdom wasrejected3.The Unpardonable Sin wascommitted4.The Kingdom program would bepostponed in a future time for afuture generation


Exodus 12:3-6Speak to all the congregation ofIsrael, saying:‘On the tenth of this month (Abib orNissan) every man shall take for himselfa lamb, according to the house of hisfather, a lamb for a household.The Lamb was set aside on this day!March 31, 30 AD – 10 Aviv


The Judgment39And some of the Pharisees called to Him fromthe crowd, “Teacher, rebuke Your disciples.”40But He answered and said to them, “I tell youthat if these should keep silent, the stoneswould immediately cry out.”


The Judgment41Now as He drew near, He saw the city andwept over it, 42 saying, “If you had known,even you, especially in this your day, thethings that make for your peace! But now theyare hidden from your eyes. 43 For days willcome upon you when your enemies will buildan embankment around you, surround you andclose you in on every side, 44 and level you,and your children within you, to the ground;and they will not leave in you one stone uponanother, because you did not knowthe time of your visitation.”


The Judgment41Now as He drew near, He saw the city andwept over it, 42 saying, “If you had known,even you, especially in this your day, thethings that make for your peace! But now theyare hidden from your eyes. 43 For days willcome upon you when your enemies will buildan embankment around you, surround you andclose you in on every side, 44 and level you,and your children within you, to the ground;and they will not leave in you one stone uponanother, because you did not knowthe time of your visitation.”


The Judgment41Now as He drew near, He saw the city andwept over it, 42 saying, “If you had known,even you, especially in this your day, thethings that make for your peace! But now theyare hidden from your eyes. 43 For days willcome upon you when your enemies will buildan embankment around you, surround you andclose you in on every side, 44 and level you,and your children within you, to the ground;and they will not leave in you one stone uponanother, because you did not knowthe time of your visitation.”


The TimingDaniel 9:25Know therefore and understand,That from the going forth of the commandTo restore and build JerusalemUntil Messiah the Prince,There shall be seven weeks (sevens)and sixty-two weeks(sevens);7 x 62 = 434 years7x7 =49 years69 years = 483 years


The Rejection according to planJohn 12:3939Therefore they could not believe, because Isaiah saidagain:40“He has blinded their eyes and hardened theirhearts,Lest they should see with their eyes,Lest they should understand with their heartsand turn,So that I should heal them.”

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