The Presentation and Rejection of Messiah Jesus
Old Testament prophecy paints a riddle concerning the Messiah. Is he to be a suffering servant (Isaiah 53)? Or is he a victorious king (Ps. 2; Ps. 110; Isaiah 9:6-7; Daniel 7:14)? We examine this riddle with an eye toward understanding the expectations of Jews at the time of presentation of Messiah Jesus. The presentation of the promised kingdom to Israel results in the rejection of the King, His crucifixion according to the purpose and foreknowledge of God (Acts 2:23), the postponement of the promised physical kingdom on earth, and initiates a new ministry of the Holy Spirit. The physical kingdom now awaits His second advent. [1 hour 58 minutes]
Audio recording of class Israel Through The Eyes Of Scripture, Session 8: "The Presentation and Rejection of Messiah Jesus"
|Additional Audio Recording|
Audio recording concerning Judaism and the Riddle of Messiah
|Chart: Stages of Rejection|
Chart illustrating the stages and progression in the rejection of Jesus by Israel at His first coming.
|Diagram: Opposing God|
Diagram illustrating the steps by which the people of God historically find themselves opposing the will of God.
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