Christians – I am going to for a moment try to see things from the opposign view point – would you give me?


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Question by Rev. Dr. Doc Holiday: Christians – I am going to for a moment try to see things from the opposign view point – would you give me?
proof that Jesus is the Messiah.

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Answer by Konstantin S
Read the Bible. It is very clear.

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Can’t do that, sorry…but for the love of all things sacred, proofread!

It says quite clearly he is the Messiah. However saying that he is God is a little more vague.

I cant’ but I have a suggestion. Pray the God of the Scriptures reveals the truth of those Scriptures with all your heart and see what happens.

Two words. Graham crackers.

Look at the prophesies concerning him and compare them to what is claimed about what he did. It means that you don’t get a comfy quick lackadaisical answer. Sorry.

This is just a random site with a list.
http://www.godonthe.net/evidence/messiah.htm

How would you disprove my asnwer?

There is only one proof: the unbroken line of anointing that has been handed down from Christ to apostle to disciple….which is recorded only in the succession of Popes/(or if you prefer to call them) Fathers of the church from Christ, to Peter, to Linus, and on down to this modern day.

This is the only proof we have.

Jesus of Nazareth proved He was more than just another prophet or good teacher. How? He claimed He would raise Himself from the dead, John Chapter 2 verses 19-21, and then He did it! Only God can restore life to a dead person. Friends and enemies, as well as soldiers who staked their very lives on guarding the gravesite witnessed his execution. Afterwards, hundreds of people, over a period of several weeks, gave ample testimony that it was Him, and He truly was alive once again. If you accept eyewitness testimony concerning any other person of history, logic demands you must also accept the eyewitness testimony concerning Jesus’ resurrection. It would be admissible evidence in any court of law today.

read the bible it has many proofs

No need for proof. When you die, all things will be revealed to you. But if you don’t believe that Jesus is Lord and there is nothing to come after death, then you will suffer an unhappy death with no hope. I say that if you have faith and hope, you can’t possibly lose. If you are right and there is nothing, then you don’t know anything anyway. But, if there is a God and you had put your faith in Jesus, then you are hopeful and maybe even excited for death. If you have been right, it’s much better than winning the lottery. You win for all eternity.

You’ve got to swallow your pride though and admit that there is someone much greater than you and humble yourself before Him (or Her – we still need to be politically correct while here on Earth ;->)

Blessings to all. His Resurrection Is The Highest Proof That Jesus Is The Messiah. Disclaimer: As it is with the presentation of any position, i.e., that the Resurrection proves that Jesus is the Messiah, some may be persuaded by more than what will be presented, some by less, and some will never be intreated by anything at all; however, you will be best served, if you present your doubts to the Spirit of the Almighty God, and let Him persuade you from the Scriptures offered, if Jesus is– or not– truly the Messiah. “And many nations shall come, and say, Come, and let us go up to the mountain of the LORD, and to the house of the God of Jacob; and He will teach us of His Ways, and we will walk in His Paths: for the Law shall go forth of Zion, and the Word of the LORD from Jerusalem” (Micah 4:2). Hebrew Prophecies and Clues Concerning the Promised Messiah

o many Hebrew Scriptures of the Christian Old Testament point specifically to the Messiah , Psalm 2, the Messianic Psalm, and Psalm 16:10, the Resurrection Psalm.

Genesis 3:15. The Seed of the Woman. “And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; it shall bruise thy head, and thou shalt bruise his heel” (Genesis 3:15). The Creator predetermined that though the Serpent (Satan) would bruise man’s heel and seduce him into sin, man would bruise the Serpent and be delivered from the fatal toxin of the Serpent’s bite through the Redemption of a Saviour, Who would be the Son of Man. This is a signpost pointing to the Virgin Birth of Christ. “He that committeth sin is of the devil; for the devil sinneth from The Beginning. For this purpose the Son of God was manifested, that He might destroy the works of the devil” (1John 3:8). For this reason, the Messiah that would be of the seed of the woman would deliver the fatal blow to Satan, as we shall see, at the Cross.

Genesis 14:18-20. Melchizedek. “18 And Melchizedek king of Salem brought forth bread and wine: and He was the priest of the Most High God. 19 And He blessed him, and said, Blessed be Abram of the Most High God, Possessor of Heaven and Earth: 20 and blessed be the Most High God, which hath delivered thine enemies into thy hand. And he [Abraham] gave Him [Melchizedek] tithes of all” (Genesis 14:18-20). Melchizedek had to be Jehovah in human flesh, for He had an everlasting priesthood, as David said of the Messiah– who is paradoxically the “Son of David” (Matthew 22:42)– in Psalm 110, calling Him Lord. “1 The LORD said unto my Lord [the Messiah], Sit thou at My right hand, until I make thine enemies thy footstool… 4 The LORD hath sworn, and will not repent, Thou art a priest for ever after the order of Melchizedek” (Psalm 110:1, 4). Melchizedek was greater than Abraham or the Aaronic priesthood, because “Abraham gave [Melchisedec] the tenth of the spoils” (Hebrews 7:4), where “He [Melchisedec] Whose descent is not counted from them received tithes of Abraham, and blessed him [Abraham] that had the Promises” (Hebrews 7:6)– and, “without all contradiction the less [Abraham] is blessed of the better [Melchisedec]” (Hebrews 7:7). Even the New Testament speaks of Melchizedek as “King of Righteousness, and after that also King of Salem, which is, King of Peace” (Hebrews 7:2); further, Melchizedek is described as “without father, without mother, without descent, having neither beginning of days, nor end of life; but made like unto the Son of God; abideth a Priest continually” (Hebrews 7:3). Therefore, Melchizedek, the Priest of the Most High God, was a Pre-Incarnate appearance of the Messiah.

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