by Jews for Jesus
July 15, 2016

When considering the identity of the Messiah, many Jewish people immediately discredit the candidacy of Jesus. They ask, 'If Jesus was the Messiah, why didn’t he bring peace? What about all the prophecies he didn’t fulfill?'

by Dr. Eitan Bar
May 6, 2018

The 'Oral Law' has developed profound psychological ties with the Jewish soul over the years.

by Dr. Eitan Bar
April 28, 2017

Isn’t it prideful of us to claim that there is only one way to God? Don’t all paths lead to Him?

by Dr. Eitan Bar

Forget traditions, ceremonies, or any other religious rituals that aim to impress God. You have no need for some rabbi to think and decide for you. God created you with a mind and a healthy measure of logic so that you can investigate the prophecies of our Bible for yourselves.

by Dr. Eitan Bar

For us, Jews who grew up in Israel, Jesus and His word were never part of the conversation. Not in our school system, not in our synagogues, and not in our media. Nor do we have easy access to the New Testament. Jesus has been studiously avoided, and hidden from our people.

by William Koenig
October 2019

This short video trailer emphasizes the biblical foundation of the Land of Israel and provides eight record-setting catastrophes that occurred during the GHW Bush, Clinton, GW Bush, Obama and Trump presidencies.

by One For Israel Staff

The biblical feasts are prophetic. Yeshua speaks of the ultimate wedding at the end of time in Matthew 22, and John’s Revelation pulling back the curtain on the best and most joyous wedding feast humanity has ever known.

by Jewish Believer Rabbi Jonathan Bernis 
December 1, 2015

The Idea of Messianic Judaism, or what some call Jewish Christianity, can be confusing to Jewish People. Many Christians who have tried to share their faith with Jewish friends, co-workers, or family members have often been met with rejection.

by Dr. Eitan Bar

Joseph's financial company turned into an internationally traded bank and the press called him Midas. When the stock market crashed his world of wealth crashed with him.

by One for Israel (Messianic Jews In Israel)

But while the people of Israel by and large missed the time of the first visitation, expecting a conquering king (definitely not a suffering servant) is today’s church in danger of making the opposite mistake?

by Jewish Voice
June 19, 2018

While the history of Jewish believers in Yeshua (Jesus) is nearly 2,000 years old the modern Messianic Jewish movement is relatively young. The modern Messianic movement has evolved through five specific periods of recent history.

by Dr Albert Mohler

I believe Jewish evangelism is the clearest test case for faithfulness to the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ in this generation.

by Tony Pearce
October 17, 2017

Interest in Kabbalah crosses the great Israeli divide of secular and religious. Melilah Helner who teaches Zohar at the Hebrew University says enrolment has tripled over the past five years.

by Henry M. Morris, PH.D.

Evolution has been called, "God's method of creation"; and the Genesis record of the six days of creation has been reinterpreted in terms of the evolutionary ages of historical geology.

by Chosen People

Without the Jewish people, we would not have the Bible or the Messiah Himself! This is quite fundamental, but there are many clear passages in Scripture that support the case for the importance of Jewish evangelism.

by Larry Rich

God uses many ways to draw people to Himself through His Holy Spirit – and one of these ways is fulfilled prophecy.

by Tony Pearce

Because of the return of the Jewish people to Israel and the crisis in the Middle East, many people today are interested in what the Bible says about the Messiah and the end of days.

by Tony Pearce
May 1, 2019

The New Testament does not put the blame on “the Jews” and certainly never even hints that succeeding generations of Jews should be persecuted on account of it.

by Messianic Rabbi Loren

Here are five arguments for the existence of a personal God who wants us to be in a right relationship with Him and have meaningful lives that will last beyond this life.

by Jews for Jesus
February 8, 2018

For one who has already made up his or her mind that Jesus is not the Messiah, no amount of evidence will be convincing. But for those who are honest in asking, the evidence speaks for itself.

by Messianic Rabbi Mottel Baleston

In recent years throughout our Messianic Movement, there has been much discussion regarding the basis for Jewish identity.

by Dr. Arnold G. Fruchtenbaum

Some time prior to the coming of Yeshua, the ancient rabbis separated miracles into two categories. First were those miracles anyone would be able to perform if they were empowered by the Spirit of God to do so. The second category of miracles were called "messianic miracles," which were miracles only the Messiah would be able to perform. Yeshua did miracles in both categories: general miracles and also messianic miracles.

by Moriel Administrator

There are two reasons most Jewish people reject any idea of Jesus being the Jewish Messiah. Those reasons are always 'anti-Semitism' and 'Why, if He was the Messiah, did He not bring in worldwide peace?' Therefore He could not be the Messiah.

by Jacob Prasch

It is distressing that so many Christians who love Israel and who have a heart for the Jewish people confuse loving the Jews with loving the religion of the rabbis that is now called Judaism.

by Ariel Ministries

A short summary of the feasts of Israel.

by One for Israel Ministry
May 28, 2018

A Jewish scientist's testimony that Yeshua Ha Mashiach (Jesus Christ) is the Messiah of Israel.

by Yeshua .org

There is a very interesting prayer that mentions the name of a high priest, or kohen gadol, which appears in various older machzors, going back over 100 years…His name is Yeshua.


Nearly two thousand years after He came, we have a Jesus who is nearly devoid of any Jewish identity and a Church that is almost completely severed from its Jewish roots. And so today, we have a Jesus who is not recognizable to His own Jewish People as the Messiah of Israel - Jonathan Bernis


Messiah will be a descendant of King David. His Kingdom will be everlasting and characterized by righteousness, justice and peace. He will be a man and yet will be given titles that could only apply to God.

by Valerie Greenfeld
May 14, 2018

Of the 22 Arab States, not one country welcomes the Palestinian people. They are rejected, abandoned and forced out by their own brethren.

by Howard Green

The Palestinian lie is quite simple: Society is continually repeating the lie that there is in fact - a Palestinian people. How do you refute a lie? You confront it with the truth. Not just one individual’s version of the truth, but truth rooted in historical, documented, and verifiable facts.

by Tony Pearce
October 2017

In a book entitled ‘The Real Messiah’ by Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan, Jesus’ claim to be Messiah is rejected and a future scenario describes how Messiah comes to power. He will solve the Middle East situation with ‘such a demonstration of statesmanship and political genius’ that he will be placed by the major powers in ‘a position of world leadership.

by Joseph Farah

The truth is that Palestine is no more real than Never- Never Land. There is no language known as Palestinian. There is no distinct Palestinian culture. There has never been a land known as Palestine governed by Palestinians. Palestinians are Arabs, indistinguishable from Jordanians (another recent invention), Syrians, Lebanese, Iraqis, etc.

by Paul Wilbur

A beautiful song of praise.

by Matt Sieger

As Rabbi Daniel Lapin notes, “The fact that God forbids these occult activities suggests that there are ways to use dark, negative spiritual powers just as we can use positive spiritual powers.”

by Matt Sieger

“Occult” means “to hide or conceal,” so the occult is that which is hidden or concealed. It also refers to that which is beyond normal perception or knowledge. The occult deals with matters regarded as involving the action or influence of supernatural agencies or some secret knowledge of them.

by Dr. Randall Price
July 7, 2010

The modern return of the Jewish People to the Land of Israel has been called the “Miracle on the Mediterranean.” Such a return by a people group that had been scattered among the nations is unprecedented in history. Indeed, the Jewish People are the only exiled people to remain a distinct people despite being dispersed to more than 70 different countries for more than 20 centuries.

by Eitan Bar

When one properly understands Psalm 22, our true Messiah and savior can be easily discerned. He who has suffered unbearable agony, was crucified to death and rose from the dead. King David wasn’t referring to himself.

by Jewish Voice

Yeshua is the Messiah of the Jewish People. Messianic Judaism is an expression of faith in Yeshua that combines the lifestyle and heritage of Judaism with the New Covenant teachings of Jesus as the only provision for salvation from sin and God’s New Covenant prophesied in Jeremiah 31.

by Chosen People Ministries

Our extensive database of articles covers themes of antisemitism, evangelism, holidays and festivals, international Jewish communities, Jewish roots, Israel, personal stories, and prophecy.

by Dr. Arnold Fruchtenbaum

The most redeeming 24 hours in human history transpired in the year A.D.30. They began on Thursday, the 14th of Nisan, at sundown, and ended at sundown the next day. This article summarizes what happened in those 24 hours and attempts to place the events in chronological order. The basis of this order are the Gospel accounts and what is known about first-century Jewish culture through historical and rabbinic records.

by Dr. Arnold Fruchtenbaum

Looking for answers as to the real identity of Jesus, Arnold Fruchtenbaum, author of 'Jesus was a Jew' embarked on his own personal search. He documents the opinions of many Jewish leaders. He deals with the Messianic hope. He also examines Jewish objections to Jesus honestly and with insight.

by Tony Pearce

Those who blame God for the Nazi Holocaust should note that the roots of the Nazi ideology lay in a definite rejection, indeed a bitter hatred of not just Judaism, but the God of the Bible and authentic Christianity. In this connection it is interesting to note the following thoughts written by Friedrich Nietzsche, the German philosopher who first proclaimed that “God is dead.”

by Dr. Ron Rhodes
september 1, 2012

As one reads through the Bible, we find progressively detailed prophecies about the identity of the Messiah. Obviously, as the prophecies become increasingly detailed, the field of qualified "candidates" becomes increasingly narrow.

by Dr. Arnold Fruchtenbaum

An aspect of the Kingship of the Messiah is the strange God-Man Concept concerning the Messiah.Some passages which deal with the Kingship of the Messiah add a whole new dimension to the Person of the Messiah, making Him a man – and yet more than a man.

by Dr. Arnold Fruchtenbaum 
October 26, 2015

Two passages make the point that the Messiah is also, in some way, the Son of God.

by Judith Rood

Due to a variety of influences, including missions to the Jews, persecution, charismatic figures and a post-Haskalah* orientation, many Jews in Europe in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries professed a belief in Yeshua (Jesus) as the Messiah. After the Holocaust only a very small remnant of Hebrew Christians remained.

by Steve Linde
December 4, 2016

Hong Kong entrepreneurs and philanthropists Roy Chen and his wife, Yuk Lynn Chen Woo, are devout Christians who believe they were instructed by God to bring Ethiopian Jews to Israel.

by Jews for Jesus
January 15, 2015

Jews for Jesus has curated approximately 40 of the most helpful messianic prophecies along with their New Testament fulfillments.

by Olivier Melnick

To an extent, ISIS has infiltrated all the areas listed in Pslam 83, including Jordan and Egypt, the only two countries with existing peace treaties with Israel. Asaph might have spoken prophetically and we might be getting really close to seeing the evil confederacy of Psalm 83 being formed.


The Lamb of God was predicted in the Old Testament, from the very first lamb that was slain.


There is a very interesting prayer that mentions the name of a high priest, or kohen gadol, which appears in various older machzors, going back over 100 years…His name is Yeshua.

by Arnold G. Fruchtenbaum

Using the Book of Revelation as an end time road map, Dr. Fruchtenbaum weaves the prophetic writings of the Hebrew Scriptures and Messiah s teachings to reveal God s plan for the future of Israel and the world.

by Dr. Arnold Fruchtenbaum

Since the whole concept of a dying Messiah is so foreign to modern Judaism, although it was once part of Judaism, there is a question that must be answered: Why did the Messiah have to die? In the course of answering this question, a second one arises: What is the means of redemption?

by Jonathan Bernis

Most Believers I speak to today firmly believe we are in the Last Days. Many have become almost obsessed with trying to interpret and unravel the Bible’s mysterious End-Time prophecies, and keep a keen eye on politics and world events - especially those that involve Israel or the Middle East.

by Rick Reinckens

For to us a child is born, to us a son is given, and the government will be on his shoulders. And he will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace. Of the increase of his government and peace there will be no end. He will reign on David's throne and over his kingdom, establishing and upholding it with justice and righteousness from that time on and forever - Isaiah 9:6-7

by Jewish Voice Ministries UK

It is important to state that I believe Jewish People have not rejected Jesus. They simply haven’t heard a Gospel message they can identify with or a biblically authentic representation of their Messiah. Most have many misconceptions obscuring the true identity of Jesus - many of them derived from a 2,000-year legacy of misunderstanding about the Jewishness of Jesus.

by Chosen People

Messianic congregations are faith communities that stress the Jewish context of the Gospel of Jesus the Messiah. Messianic congregations often employ Jewish forms of worship, use Hebrew in their liturgy and stress the connection of Messiah to the Hebrew Scriptures.

by Chosen People

Zechariah, a Jewish prophet from the 6th century BCE, has some amazingly up-to-date information on current events! He describes a global conflict over the status of Jerusalem, a question that will affect not only the countries of the region, but also the whole world.

by Emet Ministries

“The fruit of the Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Spirit) is ahava (love), joy, shalom (peace), patience, chesed (kindness), rachamim (goodness), trustworthiness, gentleness, self-control: there is no true Torah that is against this kind of fruit,” Galatians 5:22,23. In the list of Spirit fruit, the word joy is found.

by Eitan Shishkoff

Bringing liberty to those held captive (whether by sin, sickness, or demonic oppression) is central to the mission of the Messiah: "The Spirit of the Lord God is upon me, Because the LORD has anointed me to preach good tidings to the poor ... to heal the brokenhearted ... to proclaim liberty to the proclaim the acceptable year of the Lord" (Isaiah 61:1-2).

by Alan M. Shore

As I entered young adulthood, I was like every other Jewish person I had ever known. As was the case with all of my Jewish peers, the name Jesus produced in me a complex set of emotions, dominated mainly by embarrassment.


While it is commonly taught that the Messiah’s role is to restore the Kingdom of God, there is also a basis for a suffering Messiah in Jewish thought. The basis for believing that Messiah would come humbly and suffer for the sins of the Jewish people is found in our chapter, Isaiah 53.


When someone suggested to me that Jesus was the promised Messiah of Israel, I thought: “You will never get me to believe that unless you demonstrate it to me from within the Jewish world. Show it to me from our own sacred writings, and then I’ll look at it more closely."


Many of us have an anti-supernatural bias. We quickly dismiss whatever is deemed “non-rational,” supernatural or old-fashioned and archaic -  -which is the way many of us view the teachings of the Bible. But can we be open-minded enough to consider a different perspective?


Isaiah 53 tells the story of the Servant of the Lord, whose mission in life was to help men and women discover a deep and satisfying relationship with their Creator.

by Chosen People Ministries

But those of us who believe in Yeshua know that He is the one the prophets spoke of. He is the spotless, unblemished Passover Lamb, whose body was broken for us, whose blood was shed, and who now lives to distribute His life to all of us who apply His blood to the doorpost of our hearts and have passed from death into His eternal life.

by Mark Ellick

Is modern-day Israel the fulfillment of prophecy? In this article we will consider and evaluate various positions and determine whether it is or not.

by Lex Rofes

by Jews for Jesus

Have you ever wondered what kind of a Jewish person would believe in Jesus? The answer is, all kinds. There are Jewish doctors, lawyers, artists, musicians, engineers and yes, scientists who believe that Jesus is the Messiah. They all had reasons why they would never believe... but they were willing to examine those reasons and more important, they were willing to ask God to show them the truth.

by Jews for Jesus

Download a first-hand account of Jewish people who came to believe in Jesus as the Jewish Messiah. In PDF or Palm format. Hard copies are available, too.

by Jews For Jesus

Two pictures of  Messiah are presented - the suffering Messiah and the victorious Messiah

by Jews for Jesus

Prophecy and its literal historical fulfillment distinguishes the Bible from all other religious writings and sets Jesus apart as the most unique man who has ever lived," says William Webster in his introduction to Behold Your King. What distinguishes his body of work from others on messianic prophecy is his interaction not only with Scripture, but also with ancient rabbinic sources.

by Jews For Jesus

But as for you Bethlehem, Ephrathah, too little to be among the clans of Judah, from You one will go forth for Me to be ruler in Israel. His goings forth are from long ago, from everlasting. (Micah 5:1)

by Ruth

This list of articles has in the first place been compiled to answer most of the arguments that atheists have against the Word of God.  The timeless truths that are presented would  also benefit us as believers in that we will be strengthened in our faith through knowing that God’s Word truly is infallible, can be trusted and will stand the test of time.

by David Lazarus
December 24, 2015

More than 25 prominent rabbis from Israel and abroad recently issued a statement calling for a renewed look at Jesus, Christians and the New Testament faith. Quoting from their own sages, these outstanding  Orthodox rabbis are not ashamed to exalt the name of Jesus, welcoming the carpenter from Nazareth back into the Jewish fold.

by David Bivin
Revised: August 19, 2012

Jesus spoke of himself using many messianic titles from Scripture. One title applied to Jesus is not so clearly messianic: "Prophet." There can be little doubt that Jesus viewed himself as a prophet, and that many of his contemporaries concurred.

by Mendel Nun [1918-2010]        
November 1, 1989

The dragnet or seine is the oldest type of fishing net, and its use was once the most important fishing method on the Sea of Galilee. In the Hebrew Scriptures and the Talmud it is called חֵרֶם (ḥērem), and in Greek σαγήνη (sagēnē), from which the word “seine” is derived. Sources such as Egyptian tomb paintings dating from the third millennium B.C.E. suggest that this fishing method was widely used in ancient times throughout the countries of the East.

by Joel C. Rosenberg
August 27, 2015

How do we find hope in these dark times?   From mass shooters…to the genocidal acts of the Islamic State…to the unchallenged rise of a nuclear Iran…to the Planned Parenthood videos about the selling of baby hearts and lungs and livers to corrupt governments and corrupt leaders...

by Jerusalem Perspective
July 9, 2015

Under the direction of David Bivin, Jerusalem Perspective has launched an attempt to reconstruct the account of Jesus’ life which, according to church tradition, was written in Hebrew by Jesus’ disciple Matthew. Although this ancient eyewitness account is no longer extant, we believe that significant portions of this source have been preserved in the canonical Gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke.

by Robert L. Lindsey  
January 1, 1990

One of the greatest theological controversies in the last century concerns the meaning of the terms “kingdom of God” and “kingdom of heaven.” Because scholars have not given adequate attention to the fact that these are completely Hebraic terms, confusion has arisen concerning the period of time to which the kingdom refers, who take part in it and the exact nature of the kingdom.

by John Matthews
July 27, 2015

Did you know that there's a "forbidden chapter" in the Tanakh (Hebrew Bible)? What's been hidden from us all these years? It's changed the lives of hundreds of thousands of Jewish people!

by Jews for Jesus

This is a common misrepresentation. Christianity is as firmly monotheistic as Judaism. The Shema uses the Hebrew word, echad. This word allows for a plurality or diversity within unity. Indeed the common Hebrew word for God, Elohim, is also plural in form.

by Yeshua Adonai

Yeshua was the greatest Moreh (teacher) who ever lived. Yet He was much more than that. As YHVH’s Son, His teachings were truth. His mission was to instruct others how to know YHVH. His main message was that YHVH wants to love us and to know us.

by Yeshua Adonai

What did Yeshua teach while here on earth?

by YouVersion

Tens of millions of people are using the Bible App™ to make God's Word a part of their daily lives. Download the free app and access your bookmarks, notes, and reading plans from anywhere. Enjoy hundreds of versions, including audio, all on your mobile device.

by Daniel Mann    

If anyone was a skeptic about Jews believing in Jesus, I was. Born to second-generation Jewish American parents in Brooklyn, I experienced much anti-Semitism growing up in the 1950s and '60s. Since my persecutors weren't Jewish, I assumed they were Christian. When I was fourteen, there was talk that a certain Jewish family in my neighborhood had converted to Christianity. I was filled with disgust. How could Jews do such a thing?

by Hebrew4Christians

Yeshua Ha-Mashiach (Jesus Christ) is YHVH "come in the flesh."  Indeed, to say "Jesus Christ is Lord" (Phil 2:11; Romans 10:9) is to confess Him as Adonai -- or YHVH -- Himself.  According to the New Testament, salvation is experienced only by "changing your mind" and personally trusting that Yeshua/YHVH was executed as kapparah (atonement) for your sins, that He was physically pronounced dead and buried, and that He was raised from the dead in vindication of His glory and to function as our Kohen Gadol (High Priest) in heaven (1 Cor. 15: 3-4). There is no other Mediator before the Father and no other Name given to mankind for salvation (Acts 4:12).

by Jim Nash

The Yom Teruah, "Feast of Trumpets," which is also known as "Rosh HaShanah," has a unique marker or link to The Bride of Christ and is a picture of the "catching away" (Rapture) of the Bride of Christ.

by Manfred Nochomowitz

Old Testament prophecies of the first coming of Yeshua and their fulfillment.

Compiled by Ruth

by Jews for Jesus

Jews for Jesus is a worldwide Christian mission that was born against the background of Califonia’s Jesus movement and has grown steadily ever since. Holding that Jesus of Nazareth – God incarnate, crucified, risen, and now reigning – is the true Messiah foretold in the Old Testament and the true fulfillment of Jewish hopes, the mission exists to press his claims on Jewish people everywhere.

by Jews for Jesus

Most portrayers of the life of Jesus neglect to point out that Jesus is in every characteristic a genuinely Jewish character. Jesus is a genuine Jewish personality, all his struggles and works, his bearing and feeling, his speech and silence, bear the stamp of a Jewish style, the mark of Jewish idealism, of the best that was and is in Judaism, but which then existed only in Judaism. He was a Jew among Jews.

by Kathleen D Mitchell
21 April 1014

This is a beautiful story of a Jewish father and his six-year old daughter

by David H. Stern

Drawing on years of research, Dr. Stern relates the New Testament text to the "Tanakh" ("Old Testament"), to the historical setting, to rabbinic materials and to Christian theology. He answers questions Jewish people have about Yeshua, the New Testament and Christianity; questions Christians have about Judaism and the Jewish roots of their faith; and questions Messianic Jews have about being both Jewish and Messianic.

by Olive Tree

The Complete Jewish Bible expresses the "original and essential Jewishness" of the Bible in both the Old and New Testaments.

By Dr. Arnold Fruchtenbaum, Founder/Director of Ariel Ministries

Shema Yisroel Adonai Elochenu Adonai Echad

by Dr. Arnold G. Fruchtenbaum - Director, Ariel Ministries

Many modern Rabbis have made special effort to prevent the Jewish people from accepting Yeshua (Jesus) as the Messiah. Many teachings have been developed in an attempt to answer some of the difficult passages that believers often use in evangelism. As we study Scripture from a Jewish perspective, we are able to uncover some of the faulty reasoning used in the Rabbis’ teachings.

by Jews for Jesus UK

There is a word in Hebrew to describe an indivisible unity, yachid. Maimonides, when composing his famous Thirteen Articles of Faith, substituted yachid for echad in describing the nature of God. Ever since, the notion of an indivisible unity of God has been fostered in Judaism.

by Jews for Jesus

Belief in Jesus is not simply a matter of intellectual persuasion. It entails the crucial decision to admit that one is sinful and to repent and trust in Jesus as the atonement of sin. This is a difficult admission for anyone to make. How much harder for one in a position of responsibility in the Jewish community to take such a step.

by Jews for Jesus UK

Where was God when the six million died?

by Celebrate Messiah Australia

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by Celebrate Messiah

Answering Jewish Objections to Jesus.  When it comes to Jewish Christian apologetics, the best answers are those that respond to actual objections. Incisive and direct, this book provides an honest, fair, and thorough discussion of 35 common objections.

by Celebrate Messiah Australia

Traditional Judaism rejects Yeshua's deity. Some rabbis have even argued that faith in Yeshua as God is more objectionable than idolatry. However, the deity of Messiah is not simply an inconsequential belief; it is an indispensable component of the New Testament message.

by Voice of Judah

The rehearsal for the wedding feast of the Lamb.

by Voice of Judah

Rehearsal for the coming of Messiah and Israel's atonement.

by Voice of Judah

The ten days of awe - the rehearsal for final repentance and the bowls of wrath.

by Voice of Judah

Yom Teruah - the rehearsal for the Resurrection and the Rapture.

by Voice of Judah

An overview of the three fall feasts.

by Voice of Judah

In this article we are going to discover that just as Jesus fulfilled the Spring Feasts on the earth to the literal day and hour in which they occurred, He will fulfill the rehearsals in the Fall Feasts on the earth to the literal day and hour in which they occur.

by Voice of Judah

The Spring Feasts are a rehearsal for Messiah's first coming. We will look at God’s commandments for the feasts and see how Jesus fulfilled their prophetic rehearsals during His ministry.

by Voice of Judah

One of the most exciting revelations of the Bible is that the Feasts of the Lord are rehearsals for the Messiah's coming to the earth. The traditions and rituals within each of the Feasts are symbolic of specific events which would occur during the Messiah’s advents to earth.

by Jews for Jesus
January 01, 2005    

Though some say that Psalm 2 is not considered messianic by the rabbis or Jewish sages, the Jewish messianic understanding of Psalm 2 has a long history. Some of the rabbinic sources which take a messianic interpretation of Psalm 2 are as follows:

by Jews for Jesus

The book of Zechariah contains many messianic prophecies that, when viewed alongside New Testament passages, seem to point to Jesus. You decide.

by Barry Rubin    

Oftentimes, Jews who come to believe in Jesus are told by their unbelieving families, "If you'd only known more about Judaism, if you'd only studied your own religion, you never would have come to believe this way."My parents never said that to me because, before I accepted Christ, I went to see an Orthodox rabbi on my own initiative.

by Garrett Smith    

How can we reconcile the two very ways in which the Jewish scriptures portray the messiah?

by Rachmiel Frydland    

The subject was never discussed in my pre-war-Poland Hebrew school. In the rabbinical training I had received, the fifty-third chapter of the book of Isaiah had been continually avoided in favor of other, weightier" matters to be learned. Yet, when I first read this passage, my mind was filled with questions:

by Arnold G. Fruchtenbaum   

More than any other book of the Hebrew Scriptures, the writings of the prophet Daniel confront us with evidence of the time of Messiah's coming—evidence that many people would rather not see. But it is there and cannot be ignored.

by Jews for Jesus

Compare the two pictures of Messiah

By William Webster

Behold Your King: Prophetic Proofs that Jesus is the Messiah.

by Jews for Jesus  

Where the Messiah would be born.

by Moishe Rosen    

The Biblical similarities between Moses and the Jewish Messiah.


"Are Jews saved because they are God's chosen people? Do Jews have to believe in Jesus Christ to be saved?"


There are many Old Testament prophecies about Jesus Christ. Some interpreters place the number of Messianic prophecies in the hundreds. The following are those that are considered the clearest and most important.


Perhaps the greatest of all Messianic prophecies in the Tanakh concerning the advent of the Jewish Messiah is found in the 53rd chapter of the prophet Isaiah. This section of the Prophets, also known as the “Suffering Servant,” has been long understood by the historical Rabbis of Judaism to speak of the Redeemer who will one day come to Zion.