sábado, 7 de julio de 2012

messiah

Can I be the Female Messiah, Daughter of Zion?
According to prophecies, in the Tanakh, or Old Testament, the Daughter of Zion is mentioned 180 times. She is quoted in Micah 4, Isaiah 29, and many more, most people mis-interpret scripture to mean, that You can't be Messiah if your female, also the male Messiah, is quoted the same amount of times. Also in Genesis it states the Adam, and Eve were created equally, in one creation theory, the other out of his side, still making women equal. In the New Testament, the John the Baptist, was reported to be Elias, or Elijah proving reincarnation. She is known also as the Daughter of Judah, since, she is of the tribe of Judah, what I'd like to know... Is am I the Female Messiah? I have studied what theologians have to say, most confirm the same thing. One of the ones I have studied in depth was Neron Kesar, unfortunately, other people do not believe me, I hear voices, have dreams, and see visions, I can see auras, vibes, and feel energies, have the gift of foresight, I have an extremely high IQ, I have a very high social IQ, have a very high emotional IQ, as well as; I know a great deal about the Abrahamic, Vedic, Toac, Earthbased, and even Occultic Religions, I have read the Tanakh, New Testament, Quaran, Dhammapada, Rig Vedas, Vedas, Baggatividas, Tao Te Ching, read numerous books by Dr. Wayne Dyer, Deepach Chopra. I have read numerous articles by theologians such as Neron Kesar.... II am into comparitive government, and have studied, different types of governance, such as the UN, WTO, and the forms of government such as democracy, parliament, monarchy, republic, dictatorship, their structures and their history, and I have my own form of government it's called Numocratica, so am I???


kismet
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The Jewish messiah will be male, so the answer is no.


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Simon T
Not until you have tied up your room and done your homework. Then you can do whatever you want until bed time.


amberlin...
If you were the messiah, you would not be asking us to tell you because you would know.


justlynp...
No you can't be but you can think you are all you want.

Icebeam
No, because that would be blasphemy...

Ed
Which psycho ward did yo escape from? I think the doctors are looking for you.


~lost butterfly~ εϊз
If you were, you would know you are. There would be no doubt.


space monkey
So what in the world are you waiting for? Get over to Israel right now and save her.

jl
knock yourself out.


don't forget to bring donuts.

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#**#
uh sure, watever makes u happyy, but since u hear and see things u might want to get help from a doctor or sumthing


Locke
ask yourself this: do I want to be?


crow james forever
you may not be a messiah, but if i was single i'd be proposing right now


Siver ChaCha

It's fine with me! you go for it!

Suzanne: YPA
The Daughter of Zion is the faithful Jewish remnant, also known as the Bride of YHWH. There is no Scriptural support whatsoever to conclude that there will be a female Messiah called by that name.

Also, John the Baptist said he was NOT Elijah; when Jesus spoke of John, He said that John came in the same spirit and power of Elijah -- He never said that John was Elijah reincarnated. Jesus was referring to the prophecy of Malachi 5:6-7, telling us that Elijah will come before the Messianic Kingdom is set up on earth. What Jesus was saying is this: IF I am accepted, then John will fulfill that role; but since I'll be rejected (as was prophesied at Isaiah 53:1-2), John does NOT fulfill that role.


Joe
A SERIOUS ANSWER (one of the few you'll get):

I am far from qualified to proclaim who can or cannot be a messiah. However, I've gone through life with a mindset of logic and reason, which has usually served me well.

I would suggest you seriously consider that the voices you hear and the auras you see may be signs of a mental illness. While this is still sadly taboo in our culture, it should not be. It is an affliction the same as a broken bone that needs to be set, with the exception that the person going through it does not often know it, at first, and has every reason to refuse to even entertain the possibility. Please do not make this common mistake.

Some of the greatest leaders and artists in history and in the present day have dealt with metal illnesses, from Abraham Lincoln, Alexander Hamilton, Winston Churchill, and Sir Isaac Newton, to Beethoven, John Mellencamp, Johnny Depp. The list is far too long to put here. So don't be ashamed or hesitant to MAKE SURE that you're taking care of yourself in every way.

You're obviously a very intelligent person with a lot to offer the world. You sound like the kind of person who could be a leader in nearly any field you choose to be. But this takes extreme courage and perseverance, which begins with confronting those things about yourself that you do not want to. If there is the possibility that you have a mental health issue, you need to find out and to address it, which is the bravest and most responsible thing you can do.

Please seek a mental health professional who is knowledgeable and compassionate.


Kosher Ninja Chick JPA
Shouldn't you first work out which messiah of WHICH religion you would be?

'Cause Judaism and Xianity have two entirely different maschiachs, believe me!

Judaism has always been clear on its idea of 'maschiach'. The Jewish messiah is just an ordinary Jewish man, he is not 'divine' and he has no 'supernatural' powers; he won't be walking on water or performing miracles. Rather, he will epitomise the best in honour and integrity. And to even qualify as the maschiach, he must fulfill all the Jewish messianic prophecies. Every single one. And he must do it *before* he dies. There is no 'second coming' for the Jewish Maschiach.

Christianity, meanwhile, says something very different. Jesus is portrayed as a part divine 'son of god' who died in order to carry the sins of the rest of mankind. He is 'god incarnate', part of the 'trinity' and, according to many Christians, it is only by accepting Christ that any human can connect with G-d and reach 'heaven'.

Thus we have, effectively, two entirely different messiahs.

And neither religion is going to change its view. Jesus can never be the Jewish messiah: he didn't fulfill any of the Jewish messianic prophecies before he died. And Jesus will always be the Christian messiah; the entire religion is predicated upon his being precisely that.

What, then, are the Jewish messianic prophecies? They are as follows, and it is empirical *fact* that nobody has yet fulfilled them:



* He will be descended from King David (Isaiah 11:1) via King Solomon (1 Chron. 22:8-10)

*The Moshiach will be a man of this world, an observant Jew with "fear of God" (Isaiah 11:2)

*Evil and tyranny will not be able to stand before his leadership (Isaiah 11:4)


* There will be no more hunger or illness, and death will cease (Isaiah 25:8)


* All of the dead will rise again (Isaiah 26:19)


* The Jewish people will experience eternal joy and gladness (Isaiah 51:11)


* He will be a messenger of peace (Isaiah 52:7)


* The ruined cities of Israel will be restored (Ezekiel 16:55)


* Weapons of war will be destroyed (Ezekiel 39:9)


* The Temple will be rebuilt (Ezekiel 40) resuming many of the suspended mitzvot.


*He will then perfect the entire world to serve God together (Zephaniah 3:9)


*Jews will know the Torah without Study (Jeremiah 31:33)


* He will give you all the desires of your heart (Psalms 37:4)


* He will take the barren land and make it abundant and fruitful (Isaiah 51:3, Amos 9:13-15, Ezekiel 36:29-30, Isaiah 11:6-9).


* Once he is King, leaders of other nations will look to him for guidance. (Isaiah 2:4)


* The whole world will worship the One God of Israel (Isaiah 2:17)


* The peoples of the world will turn to the Jews for spiritual guidance (Zechariah 8:23)

* Nations will end up recognizing the wrongs they did to Israel (Isaiah 52:13-53:5)
* He will include and attract people from all cultures and nations (Isaiah 11:10) .

* Knowledge of God will fill the world (Isaiah 11:9)

*The Sanhedrin will be re-established (Isaiah 1:26)*

*All Israelites will be returned to their homeland (Isaiah 11:12)

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Chelle
hearing voices and seeing visions is called schizophrenia. another form of schizophrenia, which you also seem to have, is delusions of greatness. get over yourself, you are not a god.


Schmo
There is only one criteria for being the Messiah, and that is to fulfill every single one of the Jewish prophecies in your lifetime. That includes bringing the ingathering of all the Jews to Israel, bringing an end to war, end to poverty, end to illness, and you must bring Universal Knowledge of God to the entire world so that it covers the world like an ocean so that no man ever need teach another. You must build the Third Temple and rule from it. You must restore the earth to the state it was in during the Garden of Eden.

The Messiah does not save anyone's soul. The Messiah does not forgive sins, as only God does this, and the Messiah is not God. The Messiah is not some virgin human blood sacrifice for anyone's sins, the Messiah is not killed.

The Messiah must be descended from King David on the father's side, and be from the Tribe of Judah, again from the father's side.

When you have accomplished all these and more, then you can call yourself the Messiah. Until then, no you aren't.
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Judaism