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Explain the Jewish expectations concerning the Messiah
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THE CONCEPT OF THE MESSIAH IN THE NEW TESTAMENT (LUKE 1:26 – 38, 2:1 – 23, 23:1 – 35, 24:50 – 51)
‘Messiah’ is a Hebrew word meaning the ‘anointed one’. In Greek it is Khristos.
Jewish expectations of the Messiah were as follows:
Expected Response in summary
Describe the concept of the Messiah in the New Testament.
THE ROLE OF JOHN THE BAPTIST (ISAIAH 40:3-5; MALACHI 3:1; 4:5-6; LUKE 7:20-35.)
Failures prophet Micah condemned Israel’s leaders for
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There are several references in the New Testament which show how Jesus Christ fulfilled the Old Testament prophecies concerning the Messiah’s coming.