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Rabbi Weissman discusses Has the Messiah Revealed Himself?, providing A response to the current claims that he has. [The video is in reference to the recent news: Israeli Rabbi Says He’s Already Holding Meetings With Messiah.]
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The Messiah came a long time ago. He was called Jesus Christ.
Study the prophecy of the 70 weeks in Daniel the prophet. (Daniel 9:24-27)
Christ Jesus warned that before the end of this age there would be false claims as to his (Christ’s) return. Not to look for him in secret chambers, or desert places, etc. The reason being is that Christ will *not* be present at his second coming as a visible human being, his second presence is invisible, as he is now changed into a Mighty spirit being. Thus, any claim from some person or entity physically manifesting as messiah can be instantly rejected by those awake to this fact. (Matthew 24:23-27
The idea of a secret coming and a secret Rapture is from the ‘Paul is Savior’ doctrines of the devil…
There will not be any secret Pre-Trib Rapture… in Matthew 24: 29-31… Christ Jesus clearly says “AFTER the tribulation” the entire world will see His coming in the clouds…
The Day of the Lord is one day… where Christ Jesus is seen in the clouds… He Raptures His believers… and the Wrath of God is poured out upon the world, destroying everything. As Peter chapter 2-3 tells us… there will be no survivors like in the Day of Noah and the Great Flood.
Thanks for the reply – appreciated.
The ‘parousia’ or presence of Jesus Christ is not a single event that occurs all at once (the parousia itself being a 1000 year long period). In fact, there are several stages involved in Christ’s coming or presence. This stage that you are referring to is not the invisible presence (parousia) known only to his disciples (those on the watch), but Christ’s Epiphania, His ‘shining forth’ to bring judgments, etc., upon antichrist, the world, etc. – the world will, at that time begin to recognise Christ is ruling as King (Christ is now a spirit being). The world will be fully aware during the Apokalupsis of Jesus Christ. (2 Thes. 1:7-10; 2:8).
The Church will be taken before the Great Time of Trouble begins: ‘when these things *begin* to come to pass’.—Luke 21:26-28. It is the to the Church, and not the world, the warning was given to keep on the watch for the Master’s return (V. 42; Luke 12:35-42). Surely, you would agree that the watchers (the Wise Virgins) will be aware of the return of their Master, Christ before the world in general? Christ’s Bride will be with Him, executing His judgments, etc., and so must be taken as these things start to occur (these will be changed in the twinkling of an eye (1 Cor. 15:52), also becoming invisible spirit beings (1 Cor. 15:50).
‘…The kingdom of God cometh not with observation.’—Luke 17:20
You’re confusing things… “presence” and “His coming” are different things…
The Holy Spirit is with us continually… ‘His coming” occurs after the Tribulation. There is only one coming… there is no secret coming… no invisible coming…
The Tribulation is divided into two halves… the first half is considered the “Tribulation”… the 2nd half is considered the ‘Great Tribulation’…
The Great White Throne Judgement occurs after the 1,000 year Millennial Reign. The Millennial Reign occurs after God’s Wrath.
Thus… the timeline is…
1) The Tribulation
2) The Great Tribulation
3) His Coming and the Rapture
4) God’s Wrath upon the world… the False Prophet is cast into the Lake of Fire
5) The Millennial Reign with all Believers
6) Satan is loosed for a season… then cast into the Lake of Fire
7) The Great White Throne Judgement
Thanks for the further reply, which I read with interest.
However, I must disagree with your conclusions, and hold to the position I originally put forward.
I’d suggest you examine further the verses (looking carefully at the words) dealing with Christ’s ‘presence’ (parousia), His ‘coming’ (erchomai), His ‘bright shining forth’ (Epiphania), and his ‘revealing’ (Apokalupsis).
Upon doing this perhaps you will come to see the significance of these matters.
One example, though not related to Christ’s presence – but illustrating ‘coming’ (as translated in the KJV) is referring to someone who has arrived and is present:
I am glad of the coming (parousia) of Stephanas and Fortunatus and Achaicus: for that which was lacking on your part they have supplied. (1 Corinthians 16:17)
In this verse, these individuals are actually personally present with St. Paul.
Otherwise, I wish you well in your Christian course.
Dear Peter… in your original comment…
You are referring to the “End of the Ages”… and Christ Jesus “returning”…
There will not be an invisible coming… note your reference to Mt 24:27…
27 For as the lightning cometh out of the east, and shineth even unto the west; so shall also the coming of the Son of man be.
You can see “Lighting”… as everyone will see Christ Jesus coming in the clouds.
Jesus Christ came the first time 2,000 years ago. He will come again to judge the living and the dead.
The End of the Times
Correct… no one knows the Day or the Hour of His coming… but… we do know the sign of the times… as Christ Jesus tells us in Matthew 24… “Signs of the Times”…
Remember… Israel first signs a false Peace Treaty with the Antichrist… this begins the 7 year Tribulation. However… the Antichrist won’t be revealed until the Mid-Point of the Tribulation. At this time… the Sacrifices are stopped and persecution of Christians & Jews living in Israel occurs… revealing the Antichrist… who stands on the Temple Mount with the False Prophet, being exalted as god…
Then… AFTER the 7 year Tribulation, Christ Jesus is seen in the clouds… Raptures His believers… and the Wrath of God is poured out on earth… where the elements are melted.
Yes… our work is that we are called to Share the Gospel of Salvation… that Christ Jesus was crucified for our sins…
Since everyone in this world is born into sin… we will be required to give an account and pay a penalty for being sinners…
This is pure, righteous Judgement… paying the price for sins against the One True Living God of creation…
Just like in any courtroom…
Thus… Christ Jesus serves as our Savior… in 2 ways…
1) Christ Jesus being crucified is the payment for our sins… forever… the price is paid…
2) Christ Jesus will Rapture (saving) all those that have accepted Him as their Savior… after the Tribulation…
Those who have accepted Christ Jesus as their Savior and are in the Grave… are asleep… and will be Resurrected during the Rapture…
Those who have never accepted Christ Jesus as their Savior… will one day give an account and stand before the Judgement Throne of God and be sent to Hell Fire, for eternity…
THX 1138 says
I don’t know about any Messiah but Santa Claus will be here in 64 days.
I often read your comments because Ayn Rand has many interesting things to say, but when it comes to Christianity THX, you have no idea what you are talking about. I would like to explain it to you, but I just don’t see how it would work, but any case…peace.
I often read your posts because Ayn Rand has many interesting things to say. However THX when it comes to Christianity, you do not know what you are talking about. I would like to explain it to you, but I just don’t see how it would work, but in any case….peace.
I have enjoyed your posts. You have insight into many problems in modern society and have been able to deal with them by reminding us of the wisdom of past sages.
But when you speak of the *messiah, I wonder if perhaps you have missed some detail.
“It is too small of thing for you to be my servant to restore the tribes of Jacob and bring back those of Israel I have kept. I will also make you a light for the gentiles, that my salvation may reach to the ends of the Earth.”
Who brought the Torah and the Prophets to the ends of the Earth?
It was the Christians, and who can fathom this miracle?
But hidden in Christianity is something even greater, for all of the writings of all of history are insufficient to satisfy man’s need for God. It must be intrinsic. After all, which sage can be trusted when your very soul is on the line?
Chananya Weissman says
I appreciate your kind words but Christianity did not bring the Torah to the ends of the earth. Christianity is a breakaway from Judaism and the Torah. The Christians did incorporate certain fundamental concepts, such as God creating the world and giving His law to humanity, but that’s about it. They did away with all the commandments, and replaced them with “values”. They even changed the Sabbath to Sunday! That is hardly bringing the Torah to the ends of the world.
I prefer to call Christianity an extension of Judaism… Christ Jesus being the Lamb of God… where sacrifices aren’t needed…
Both Christ Jesus and Paul stated… “Keep the commandments”… Which includes the Saturday Sabbath… The Day of Rest… which is to be kept Holy. Sadly most Christians don’t know this Truth…
Catholicism doesn’t represent Christianity… and whatever changes they say are wrong.
Of course… The Torah is just the first 5 Books of the ‘Old Testament’, which the Jewish refer to as the Tanakh…
Chananya Weissman says
“The Torah is just the first 5 Books of the ‘Old Testament’, which the Jewish refer to as the Tanakh”
Nothing could be further from the truth.
Wiki Hebrew Bible says…
“The Hebrew Bible or Tanakh[a] (/tɑːˈnɑːx/; Hebrew: תָּנָ״ךְ, pronounced [taˈnaχ] or [təˈnax]), also known in Hebrew as Mikra (/miːˈkrɑː/; Hebrew: מִקְרָא), is the canonical collection of Hebrew scriptures, including the Torah, the Nevi’im, and the Ketuvim.”
Wiki Torah says…
“The Torah is the compilation of the first five books of the Hebrew Bible, namely the books of Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy.”
Not sure what I’ve got wrong… but this is what I’ve understood for years.
Chananya Weissman says
Oh, Wiki defines the Jewish Torah as what you refer to as the Bible. I guess that settles it. Sheesh.
Nope… the Torah is the 1st five books of the Tanakh… or otherwise known as the Old Testament…
The Hebrew Roots movement has latched unto just the Torah… when they don’t understand what the Torah is… it’s a warped belief…
I’m not trying to be a know it all or a smarty…
This is what I’ve known for years… and Wiki simply states the same. If you have other ideas or teachings… I’m open to learning… 🙂
Chananya Weissman says
The Jewish people were given the Written Torah and the Oral Torah at Mount Sinai. The latter is the essential key to the former, without which the commandments have no definition or structure. An eye for an eye, anyone? And what constitutes murder or theft, anyway? It’s anyone’s guess unless God told us when He gave us these commandments. The Christians and others who simply have “the Bible” are like blind people groping around in the dark, and their musings, though delivered with great assertion, are incomprehensible. They cherry-pick a citation and just run with it. That’s all they can ever do.
You’re confusing people…
The Ten Commandments were “given” to the Hebrews at Mount Sinai…
The first 5 books, called the Torah were written by Moses (assumed) while they wandered in the Wilderness…
I’m not sure why you want to call the entire Tanakh the “Torah”… but what you say here in your latest comment doesn’t prove how the Torah is the entire Tanakh…
No my statement was exactly correct. The old testament of the bible contains the Torah and the prophets and in fact in many versions, it was translated directly from the Hebrew. (Sumsrent is correct on all of this, but you quibble with him nonetheless.) Therefore when the Bible was translated to virtually every language in the world and was distributed in every corner of the world, the Torah went with it. I did not claim that Judaism (as you understand it) was brought to the world, just these specific writings (conveniently translated for the local population). I find it interesting, because the motive of all of this was to spread Christianity, yet fundamental Jewish teachings ended up being transferred as well.
Now you mention some other things which certainly could be argued, but I will postpone that, because it would distract from the central point.
I am sure that you are aware that the prophets would sometimes speak in the first person as if they were God, but of course they were not actually claiming to be God. It was a tool of oratory to describe God’s wishes. So with this in mind, in the quote from Isaiah given above, to whom was God speaking?
Chananya Weissman says
It’s cute the way an entire religion of people who can’t even read the Torah in its original language, and doesn’t even believe in a commandment to do so, deigns to lecture rabbis on what the Torah really is and means. This same religion agrees that God revealed Himself to millions of people and have them His law, but many centuries later decided to change everything — His people, his law, EVERYTHING — and instead of once again revealing Himself to millions of people to make it crystal clear that the original Torah was being relegated to a relic and replaced, as were the people He gave it to, instead told one “prophet”. Yeah, that’s a really sensible idea. Nothing about Christianity makes any sense or ever did, which is why missionaries can only prey on the ignorant or desperate people looking for “salvation”. Just believe and Jesus will take away all your sins. A good deal, but a scam.
Did I lecture you on what the Torah means? I respect you and your position. I asked you a question about a specific prophecy from Isaiah. It is certainly a question that you have trained all of your life to answer, but you refused.
I understand your reluctance to do so, so I will not press it.
You did mention something else to which I should probably respond. It has to do with language. I have studied linguistics for many years and I have found that any concept can be described in any language. It may take more words, even to the point of providing cultural context, but it can be done.
Is it not the truth in the Torah that is important? (Note how I am asking, not dictating.) Are you claiming that this truth can only be expressed in Hebrew? (Note how I am asking, not dictating.)
I have read the Torah and the Prophets (in English) many times because I want to understand. I question you not because I am a representative of Christianity. I simply was asking for your input.
There are many sects in Christianity and I am often dubious about how much the historical Christ and modern Christianity overlap. So there are actually a number of different arguments to be made and you may have oversimplified it.
Chananya Weissman says
I answered your question about Isaiah in an earlier comment. It is a prophecy for the future. The Christians most certainly didn’t fulfill it — just the opposite!
As for translating the Torah, the Torah is not simply a book whose words can be translated into another language. It is the living word of God with numerous layers, and no translation can capture its deeper meanings. You can translate “an eye for an eye” but you cannot explain it. The same is true for all the commandments, the vast majority of which Christianity completely did away with or distorted out of recognition, and the same is true of all the other information in “the Bible” that seems to have no real purpose, when in fact there are deep lessons in every letter. In fact, the shape of the letters themselves contains many lessons and secrets. A translation gives you nothing but the faintest notion. It certainly doesn’t give you the Torah.
You have answered sufficiently so that I can understand where you are at. So in leaving I will share one last thought.
This whole language thing is humorous and more widespread than many realize.
The (believing) Jews think that the Torah is the living word of God and cannot be understood unless in Hebrew.
The Muslimun think that the Koran is the living word of God and cannot be understood unless in Arabic.
The Christians think that the Bible is the living word of God (saying it with the exact same words). And there was a time when Latin was the only accepted language for it. The first person to translate it into English was burnt at the stake for heresy.
None of these books are living. They are dead, written by imperfect men, and those who worship them are idolatrous.
So Jeremiah warned us:
How can you say, “We are wise, for we have the Law of the Lord” , when actually the lying pen of the scribes has handled it falsely?
So Isaiah warned us:
The Lord says: “These people come near to me with their mouth and honor me with their lips, but their hearts are far from me. Their worship of me is based on merely human rules they have been taught.”
Chananya Weissman says
Just because the Christians and Muslims believe their respective books are God-given as well doesn’t make them equally right, or Torah-observant Jews equally wrong. That is a foolish premise.
The conclusions you draw from your citations are similarly absurd. Unfortunately, that is par for the course when it comes to unlearned people who read (translations of) Tanach like a book, interpret it however they wish, and think they are scholarly.
In reviewing previous comments, I felt I should comment on this false claim that Christianity is a ‘breakaway from Judaism’. Actually, Christ was and is the fulfilment of the Mosaic Law (the end of that Law):
For Christ is the end of the law for righteousness to every one that believeth. (Romans 10:4)
Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfil. (Matthew 5:17)
Christ fulfilled the Law, and it was nailed ‘to his cross.
Blotting out the handwriting of ordinances that was against us, which was contrary to us, and took it out of the way, nailing it to his cross; (Colossians 2:14)
In that he saith, A new covenant, he hath made the first old. Now that which decayeth and waxeth old is ready to vanish away. (Hebrews 8:13)
Christianity replaced Judaism and the Mosaic Law (for those who believe – with the faith of Abraham) – Christ is the Greater Mediator of the New (Law) Covenant that will be fully established during His millennial reign.
Seeing then that we have such hope, we use great plainness of speech: And not as Moses, which put a vail over his face, that the children of Israel could not stedfastly look to the end of that which is abolished: But their minds were blinded: for until this day remaineth the same vail untaken away in the reading of the old testament; which vail is done away in Christ.
(2 Corinthians 3:12-14)
Chananya Weissman says
A series of citations from the New Testament as evidence that the New Testament replaces the Torah as it was given is illogical to the point of absurdity.
Not at all…
The New Testament doesn’t replace the Holy Words of God…
Christ Jesus fulfilled the Law…
In previous days… those that broke the Law were to perform sacrifices to be made righteous again…
Except… the Temple became a Den of Thieves… where people weren’t sacrificing what was important to them… but instead buying discounted, sickly sacrifices… for cheap prices…
Christ Jesus fulfilled the sacrificial Laws by becoming the ultimate sacrifice… the Lamb of God. To do away with all sins… for those who accepted Him as their Savior.
Remember… both Christ Jesus and Paul said… “Keep the Commandments”…
Dear Chananya Weissman,
Thanks you for your thoughts.
I will add little to what ‘sumsrent’ stated in response, except to say that the purpose of my post was simply to demonstrate that Christianity is *not* a ‘breakaway’ from Judaism, as was mistakenly asserted.
A couple of further posts for those who are interested:
‘For the [Mosaic] law having a shadow of good things to come…’ (Hebrews 10:1)
‘Which are a shadow of things to come; but the body [reality] is of [Jesus] Christ.’ Colossians 2:17)
And these words of particular import:
‘And beginning at Moses and all the prophets, he expounded unto them in all the scriptures the things concerning himself.’ (Luke 24:27)
‘And he said unto them, These are the words which I spake unto you, while I was yet with you, that all things must be fulfilled, which were written in the law of Moses, and in the prophets, and in the psalms, concerning me.’ (Luke 24:44)
‘Search the scriptures; for in them ye think ye have eternal life: and they are they which testify of me.’ (John 5:39)
Thus, the Christian is interested in the whole of the inspired Word of God, as these things testify concerning our Lord, Jesus Christ.
Thanks for your latest comment (Oct 23, 2022 at 6:09 pm).
Our Lord (invisible) stated: ‘Yet a little while, and the world seeth me no more…’ (John 14:19; 2 Cor. 5:16; 1Jno. 3:2; 1 Peter 3:18; 2 Peter 1:4)
Matthew 24:27. You suggest that everyone can see ‘lightning’. In this verse, lightning (Gr. astrapē) can actually refer to the ‘bright shining’. It does not always mean ‘lightning’. See Luke 11:36 where the astrapē is used in relation to the ‘bright shining’ of a candle. Thus, the thought is related to the ‘epiphania’, the gradual manifestation, of our Jesus Christ – like the sun’s light rising in the east and gradually spreading over towards the west. Even lightning appears in one part of the sky and spreads to the other.
Matthew 24:30. You state that Jesus is ‘seen in the clouds’. Actually, it is the ‘sign’ (sēmeion) that is observed—the clouds of trouble then engulfing the world will be a manifestation (of His epiphania) to the world, that Christ is invisibly present—not a literal seeing with the eye.
The idea that of a gradual manifestation of Christ – His presence first discerned by those on the watch. Later, manifested to the world through events taking place.
You’re adding to and distorting what the Holy Word of God says…
There will not be a secret Rapture… no invisible coming…
As Matthew 24:29-31 says…
29 Immediately after the tribulation of those days shall the sun be darkened, and the moon shall not give her light, and the stars shall fall from heaven, and the powers of the heavens shall be shaken:
30 And then shall appear the sign of the Son of man in heaven: and then shall all the tribes of the earth mourn, and they shall see the Son of man coming in the clouds of heaven with power and great glory.
31 And he shall send his angels with a great sound of a trumpet, and they shall gather together his elect from the four winds, from one end of heaven to the other.
Make note: AFTER the Tribulation
Spurwing Plover says
heir still trying to prove the false and unproven theory of Evolution with out any positive proof just some Fossils and pure speculation
I commend my to you my foregoing comments, and the suggested word study (as well as further investigation along with prayer).
Please be aware that in Matthew 24 the Lord speaks of two tribulation periods (the Greek word ‘thlipsis’, tribulation, appears in V. 9, V. 21 and V. 29) – a general tribulation experienced by all the saints throughout the Gospel Age (V. 9), and The Great Tribulation at the end of the Age (Vs. 21) – which occurs in the Winter (period of trouble such as there never was – Armageddon The Sabbath Day is the Second Advent of Jesus Christ, 1000 year millennial period that commenced in 1874.
Thus, it can be seen that V. 29 is in reference to the earlier period of tribulation, the start of troubles (false Christs, prophets, signs/wonders, etc.), and V. 21 is in reference to The Great Tribulation – a period of time yet to come that will be the most sever experience (Winter) the world has ever known, so bad, in fact, that unless the carnage were cut short no flesh would be saved. Little wonder our Lord counselled us to:
‘Watch ye therefore, and pray always, that ye may be accounted worthy to escape all these things that shall come to pass, and to stand before the Son of man.’ (Luke 21:36)
I should just add that there are two classes of saints, those of ‘the very elect’ — 144,000, Little Flock — (Mat. 24:24; Luke 12:32 — See also Matthew 25:1-13), and those of the Great Company (Rev. 7:14-17). Those of the Bride (Wise Virgins, the very elect, are the saints found worthy to ‘escape’ all these things. The Great Company class will go through the Great Tribulation.
Otherwise, why encourage such to pray with a view to being found worthy to ‘escape’, if they are destined to go through the Great Tribulation anyway?
The word “Tribulation” isn’t used in v9…
Additionally; the “Great Tribulation” of verse 21 occurs when the Abomination of Desolation happens. The 2nd half of the Tribulation will be the “Great Tribulation”…
Verse 29 talks about the Day of the Lord… when the sun will be darkened and the moon won’t give it’s light. This is referenced in other places of the Bible, including the OT…
This occurs AFTER the Tribulation… and Christ Jesus only comes once. No invisible coming… no secret coming.
Check biblehub.com & look at other translations, & the underlying Greek, you will find that ‘tribulation’ is indeed used.
As for the ‘abomination that causes desolation’, that has already occurred. This particular aspect of the prophecy would require a lot of explanation…
Simply put, it involves both natural & spiritual fulfilment(s) of Daniel’s prophecy. Relevant verses: Daniel 8:13, 14; 9: 26, 27; 11:31; 12:1. The spiritual application of Daniel 11:31 involves the setting up of the Catholic Mass (Transsubstantiation) doctrine (the Papacy being the ‘little horn’, & Antichrist) which replaced the ever efficacious sacrifice of Christ (Hebrews 10:10). The period this was setup is 539 B. C., & calculating the times in Dan. 12:11, 12 (‘a day for a year’ principle) we are brought to the dates of 1829 A.D. (539+1,290). V. 12 = 539+1,335 which is 1874A.D., & the beginning of the Lord’s invisible Second Presence.
Daniel 7:25 (539+1260 = 1799 A. D.) French revolution, Pope led captive by Napoleon’s forces, & dies in captivity (beginning of the Time of the End).
Daniel 8:14 leads us to 1846 A.D., where a clear distinction between true & nominal Christians became apparent.
In all of this we’d need to bring in Luke 21:24 & the ‘Gentiles, until the times of the Gentiles be fulfilled.’ Daniel confirms this period to be 2,520 years, ending in 1914 A.D. (started in 606 B.C.E.) ….
I don’t use modern versions… I stick with the KJV…
Not a wonder… you’re confused…
You’ve thrown out several dates… 1829, 1874, 1799, 1846, 1919… <<< What a mixed up theology!
Hey… get this… since the Millennial Kingdom comes after the Great Tribulation… this is NOT Christ's 1k Millennial reign!
Thanks for the response.
In light of your comments, I will not spend much time providing a detailed response to your objections. If you are not willing to look at the surviving Greek & Hebrew manuscripts (word studies, etc.), sticking only to the KJV, then there’s not a lot more I can say that’d make a difference.
I could say more about Revelation 20:6, & how the Sinaitic manuscript reads: ‘and shall reign with him *the* (ta — plural)’ — a reading found in various other manuscripts & why this harmonises with Christ’s Presence, the Day of Judgment, the Sabbath-Day Winter, all extend a full thousand years, but Christ’s reign (over the nations—which is only part of the one thousand year Day of Christ) with His Bride (His Church—He has reigned over his Church since Pentecost) doesn’t, but there’s little point.
As for the dates provided, these are quite clear. Obviously, for you, they are not, as you haven’t taken, and are unwilling to take, the time needed to study them, prophecy and also look at other sources/manuscripts.
At any rate, I thank you for your time, & wish you all the best in your Christian walk.
I came to say you made a tikkun for not having the fear to speak for us all when Moshe Rabbeinu spoke the same and asked his brother, and now reading your comments multiply my respect for you.
I would recommend you make an acquaintance of both R. Tovia Singer and R. Michael Skobac.
All that’s really necessary to tell the pig is trief is to get him to open his mouth. They don’t have the silver tongue of camels. Keep it ideology, not their kosher footsteps that get the righteous to follow off a cliff, and it’s round after round of self-mockery you just can point out and laugh.
The Jewish faith of today has nothing positive to offer the world. As Christ stated to the religious leaders of his day:
Mat 15:7-9 KJV 7 ‘Ye hypocrites, well did Esaias prophesy of you, saying, 8 This people draweth nigh unto me with their mouth, and honoureth me with their lips; but their heart is far from me. 9 But in vain they do worship me, teaching for doctrines the commandments of men.’
Jews would do well to abandon the Satanic Babylonian Talmud & return to The Law of Moses. In the future, a Holy Remnant will look to Jesus Christ, and every knee will bow before Him.