The book “God, Reward, and Punishment: Are they real?” lists all the prophecies about the Messiah. Isaiah 53 describes the Messiah. Psalm 22 describes the crucifixion and was partially quoted by Jesus as he hung on the cross. Christianity and Christians are followers of Christ, or the Messiah. No one has ever been called Christ or Messiah except Jesus. The apostle Peter said that Jesus was “the Messiah, the Son of God.” The whole of the Bible teaches us that “whatever we do to another, it will be done to us.” We plant a seed and we reap its harvest. The attempted sacrifice of Isaac was the seed. The sacrifice of Jesus is the harvest. The whole Torah teaches of the coming Messiah. Reject Jesus if you will, but He is the Christ, the Messiah. The proof is everywhere, and not simply an unfounded assumption. You need to research what you say, or risk being damned by what you say. There are consequences or rewards for our actions and words. Be careful.
The disciples were shocked at the crucifixion of Jesus, but they didn’t have to search scriptures to explain it. Jesus met two disciples, after his resurrection, on the road to Emmaus and explained the prophecies about himself in the TORAH to them. Also, Josephus wrote that Jesus was crucified and resurrected. Like all prophecies, they were encrypted enough to be obvious after the fact, but concealed enough to prevent that generation from knowing the full story. If they had known, they would not have crucified Jesus, there would have been no sacrifice for our sins, there would have been no resurrection, and our salvation would never have happened. God allows us to know what we need to know, when we need to know it. We still don’t know all the secrets of God, but His plan for our salvation has been fully revealed in the life, death and resurrection of His Son, Jesus.
Don’t use conjecture. Use the facts to determine your future
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