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Christmas from a Jewish Christians Perspective
2. Jesus, Yesus, Yeshua, which means Salvation is of the Lord (Mt 1:1, 21)
3. Christ, Christos, Mashiach (Messiah) which means anointed one (Mt 1:1; Ps 2:2,6,; Dan 9:25,26 Ps 45:6-7 cf. Heb. 1:8-9))
4. Son of Abraham, making reference to the Abrahamic covenant- speaks of spiritual redemption through Jesus the Messiah/Christ … (Mt. 1:1; Gen 12:3; 18:18; 22:18 (cf. Gal 3:8,16) … (thru Isaac and Jacob-not Ishmael and Esau)
5. Son of David, making reference to the Davidic Covenant-speaks of an earthly Theocratic Kingdom established and sustained by God in the person of King Messiah Jesus (A true utopian society) (Mt. 1:1; 2nd Sam. 7:11b,13,16; Ps 2:6,8-9; Ps 110:1-4; Isa. 9:6-7; Rev. 22:16. He is “Kinsman Redeemer” cf. Rev. 6-20)
6. Sin problem causing a need for a redeemer (direct reference to Abrahamic Covenant) it is man kinds default system (Mt 1:21; Gen 3:15; Isa. 53; Dan 9:24)
*Stats Referring to Messianic Prophecies
*There are over 300 Messianic Prophecies
*According to Peter Stoner’s Mathematics, the odds are 1 in 157/10th power that 48 such predictions could ever come about in one person, and if 2 of the 48 include where and when Messiah is to be born, the odds are astronomical and cannot be measured.
7. Place of Birth (Mt 2:1-6; Micah 5:2)
8. Time of Birth (Mt 2:1,13,16-18) cf. Gen. 49:10; Dan 9:24-26)
Lets Throw in a Bonus Prophecy…the Granddaddy of Them All
9. Virgin Birth (Mt. 1:16,18,20,22,23a,25; Isa. 7:14)
a. Whom in verse 16 is the singular form
b. Hebrew word Almah in Isaiah 7:14 is properly interpreted “virgin”,Greek word in Matthew 1 is “parthenos” which is interpreted “virgin”. The Septuagint also uses the Greek word “Parthenos”.
10. He is called Emmanuel (In Hebrew means God is with us)-Jesus the Christ is both God and Man (Mt. 1:23; Isa. 7:14; 9:6; Jer. 23:5-6; Phil 2:5-8)
11. Place for the Church can be found in the Abrahamic Covenant (cf. Gal 3:5-9)
Some Major truths of Scripture come to light
A. Various doctrines touched upon
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