"O L-RD, Who are my power and my strength and my refuge in the day of trouble, to You nations will come from the ends of the earth and say, 'Only lies have our fathers handed down to us, emptiness in which there is nothing of any avail! Can a man make gods for himself, and they are no gods? 'Therefore, behold I let them know; at this time I will let them know My power and My might, and they shall know that My Name is the L-RD".
Jeremiah 16:19-21

Does the Torah Actually Prophesize the
Birth and Ministry of Jesus Christ
and Actually Proclaim Him as the Messiah?

by Andrianna


Well, I find the rantings and ravings of the christians trying to use the Torah in justifying the prophecy of Jesus Christ bogus and totally juvenile.  After all the proof that has been written to disprove that jc is G-d and the son of G-d it is pathetic that people still claim to a belief in a “man” and still believe that he is G-d himself.

Christian dogma has imposed other figments of the theological imagination on the map of the world and minds of victims as well.  The New Testament and j.c.’s life was created through plagiarizing specific parts and passages from the Torah.  So if something in the Torah is familiar and it fits with the ideology and frame of mind of the author of the New Testament, plagiarism would be the reason why.

The christian religion used plagiarism to fit the mold of “If it don’t fit, make it fit.”

I will disprove that the following passages from the Torah does not prove that j.c. is G-d, nor is the Messiah.

Psalms 45:6.  This does not take a rocket scientist to figure this out.  It means that the throne of G-d will endure forever and ever.  Nowhere else in the Torah is the King called G-d or regarded as divine. This passage also means that G-d will rule forever.  There is no mentioning of jc anywhere in this passage.

Psalms 45:7.  This is a characteristic understanding of Kingship in Israel and is found that the notion of the King as the anointed by G-d.

Psalms 102:25-27.  This proves the confidence of David who once again praise YHWH, who in the midst of transiency, change, and insecurity, endures forever and doe not change.  This is a prayer before the Lord.  This does not apply to j.c. for many reasons.  (1) j.c. did not create the world, (2) G-d is here with us always, j.c. died.  If this means that j.c. is G-d, and j.c. dies, then G-d is dead and what are we doing by worshipping a dead man?  The christian belief that this a prophecy of j.c. is totally ludicrous if not asinine.

Micah 5:1.  It simply says “the judge of Israel.”  Whoever this person may be, it is not j.c., since he was not a judge.  In fact, he told his few followers, in Matthew 7:1, “Judge not, so that you be not judged.”  To say that the subject of Micah 5:1 is j.c. is to call j.c a hypocrite.  Which is fine with me.

Micah 5:2.  This does not predict the birth the birth of j.c.  This birth refers to David, since it parallels 1 Samuel 17:12 – “Now David was the son of  that Ephrathite of Bethlehem…”  The New Testament authors deliberately mistranslated this passage to prove that j.c’s birth was again prophesied.  It does not say that the Messiah will be born in Bethlehem, but that the father (the distant father) will be born in Bethlehem.  In addition, this Messiah mentioned here is to bring peace which j.c. did not do.   Now if you read Genesis 10:8-11, it says “and Cush begot Nimrod.  He was the first to be a mighty man on earth.  He was a mighty hunter before YHWH.  The beginning of his kingdom was Babel, Erech, Accad, and Calneh in the land of Shinar.  From that land Ashur went forth and built Nineveh, Rehovoth-ir, Calah.  This parallels with verse Micah 5:5.

Isaiah 7:14.  I have written a previous article about this passage.  I will redo it again.  This does not apply to j.c.  Remember j.c. did not bring peace which is evidenced by world wars and nuclear weapons that have become part of  every day life.  Another favorite piece of scripture from the Old Testament is Isaiah 7:14, the virgin birth.  This is the prophecy of the birth of Ahaz’s son and this chapter discusses the two invading armies.  Remember that j.c. was born during the reign of Herod the Great?  Another “weapon” of christianity – the genealogy of j.c.  If you read Matthew chapter 1, it shows the genealogy of Joseph, not j.c.  If j.c. is considered by the NT to be a child of G-d, who is not from the tribe of Judah, nor from any tribe, this proves that j.c. is not from the line of David.  If you show this to a christian, they will tell you that Mary is from the line of David.  This is totally absurd, because only male names were listed in the 15 verses of Matthew 1 and in Luke  3, it constantly states, “the son of”, etc.  Now other christians may say that since Joseph was, in fact, from David, this is enough to qualify Jesus for Messiah-ship.  This is another ludicrous idea.  In Israelite law, one follows the real father, not the husband, and if the father is not the husband (and the mother is a married woman, as Mary was), then the child is illegitimate.  So how could Jesus be the Messiah?

Here are two more points to prove that j.c. is not the messiah, nor the son of G-d.  If j.c. was the son of G-d, then G-d violated his own law.  In Deuteronomy 22:23 If there will be a virgin girl who is betrothed to a man, and a man finds her in the city and lies with her, then you shall take them both to the gate of that city and pelt them with stones and they shall die:  Now wasn’t Mary supposed to be a virgin?  Wasn’t she betrothed to Joseph?  Now look at the passage in Deuteronomy 23:2, “Those born of an illicit union shall not be admitted to the assembly of the Lord.  Even in the tenth generation, none of their descendants shall be admitted to the assembly of the Lord.  This knocks j.c. out of the ballpark for Messiahship.  Even if the New Testament portrays j.c. as the fourteenth generation, this still proves that j.c. is not Joseph’s son nor a descendant of the line of David.

In addition, Jesus was never called Immanuel.  See Matthew 1:21-23 -“thou shalt call his name Jesus, thati it might be fulfilled which was spoken by the prophet, saying, Behold a virgin shall be with child, and shall bring forth a son, and they shall call him Immanuel.”  How does that many any sense – they were to call his name Immanuel, and instead they called him Jesus!  It is very important to recognize the origin of the theory of the virgin birth.  The Israelites never had such a ridiculous theory, so why did the christians invent it?  The answer is very clear:  The Israelites rejected Jesus and the Gentiles were about to do the same (see Acts 15).  So Paul did two things – he issued an order saying that to be a christian one no longer had to obey the 613 commandments of the Torah that the Israelites had to observe (see Acts 15) and in addition, Paul introduced a few pagan myths into the new christian religion so that it would appeal to the pagan Gentiles.  There is a god called Attis which was worshipped in Western Asia, which is not too far from the Middle East, where Paul lived and preached.  Attis, was born from a virgin.  Attis was killed afterwards; one theory is that he was killed by a boar; the other theory is that he cut off his genitals under a tree and bled to death.  In an annual holiday commemorating the death of Attis, in Syria, man after man would leap forth with a shout, grab a handy sword, and would castrate himself on the spot.  An effigy of Attis was hung, and afterwards was buried in a sepulchre.  Then the tomb would be opened, the god Attis would rise from the dead and he would speak glad tidings of salvation.  The roots of christianity are an exact pattern of the above worship of Attis:  the virgin birth of Attis and jesus, the celibacy promoted by Paul in 1 Corinthians 7:8,9.  The celibacy being the christian form of castration, Jesus was crucified just as Attis was hung, and Jesus was placed in a sepulchre, just as Attis was.  Both tombs were opened, a resurrection was supposed to have taken place in both instances, with a message of good tidings and salvation.   The concept of the virgin birth did not arise from a search for the true interpretation of Isaiah, but because it fits in with the pagan myths.  Research the pagan myths and compare the myths with the rituals of christianity and then you will understand christianity.

Malachi 3:1.  The prophet Elijah, G-d’s messenger of the covenant will eliminate the wicked from the lean and will be able to perform the priestly office in righteousness.  This will open the way for blessings to flow, just as it was promised by Haggai at the time of the reconsecration of the temple. (Hag. 2:19)  Is there any more seed in the silo?  Even the grapevine and the fig tree and the pomegranate tree and the olive tree have not borne [their fruit].  but from this day on I will provide blessing.  This passage is based on the Israelites resumed the building of the Temple.  Again, this does not prophesize the birth of j.c. nor his ministry.

Psalms 2:7  This does not refer to j.c., even though the christians says it does.  Well it does not.  This is another figment of someone’s imagination to justify the birth of j.c.  Please read Psalm 89 from verse 20 on, and you will see that is says ” I have found my servant David; with my holy oil I have anointed him…Now, it is clear that David is being referred to as the son of G-d, for David will call G-d, my Father, and God will call David, my firstborn.  It is very clear that Psalms 2 and 89 are parallels.  Both discuss an anointed on and it is not JESUS, BUT David.

Psalms 78:2-4.  Here is another mistranslation and misinterpretation by the christian community.  This psalm reviews the events of the Israelite history and it fortells what happens when Israelites do not keep the laws that YHWH gave us. But it reminds us how much YHWH loves us, but shows Israel’s ingratitude.  There is no mention of j.c., nor his upcoming birth.  Even YHWH can provide water and food for us to eat.  In Genesis 1:11, G-d said, “Let the earth sprout vegetation: herbage yielding seed after its kind, and trees yielding fruit, each containing its seed after its kind.  And G-d saw that it was good.  This passage also show  the mysterious puzzle as to why Israel rebelled the G-d that cares for them.

Isiah 61:1,2.  Another plagarized attempt by Luke to show this is the divine prophecy of the birth of j.c.  See Luke 4:16-21.  The prophet is bringing good news to Zion of its deliverance and glorification.  G-d has anointed me to bring tidings to the humbled.  Where does this prophesize j.c.?  This is another attempt by christians to prove that j.c. is G-d.  This is a lie and attempt by christians to justify their polytheistic beliefs.

Zech 9:9.  Reality check time.  This is one of the modes of transportation.  The Philistines was defeated by David and his men. The triumphant King arrives home humble and on a donkey.  Two Gospels (Matthew 21:2-7; John 12:14-15) cite this text in their accounts of Palm Sunday, but the version of Matthew fails to take into consideration when it has Jesus riding on two donkeys at once.

Psalms 41:9.  This does not apply as the prophecy of j.c. This is a prayer for the sick.

Zech 11:12  The christians perverted this passage to make an act by G-d to be evil.  In this passage, if the Israelites wanted G-d to continue to be his shephard, their payment for this protection is to obey that laws of YHWH and if they did not want the protection of YHWH, then they were paid thirty pieces of silver.

Isaiah 53:5.  It was us, not G-d that brought the suffering upon Israel.  He punished us for our sins.  Look at Isaiah 54:4 and it says, But in truth, it was our ills that he bore, and our pains that he carried – but we had regarded him diseased, stricken by G-d, and afflicted!  Yes the Israelites worshipped idols and we turned out back on G-d as if he was diseased, but this does not prophecize j.c.’s so-called suffering.  J.C. never wrote the 613 laws that Paul disavowed. J.C. never created the earth and heavens. J.C. never did a thing for the Israelites.  This passage is used by the christians as a ploy to prove that the birth of j.c. was prophesized and it wasn’t.

Zech 12:10.  The irony of this passage is that christians still want to “fit” j.c. into the mold of a martyr.  The idiocy of the christian doctrine is to state that Zecharirah 9:9 refers to the first coming of Jesus, as does Zecharirah 12:10; whereas Daniel 7:13 and 14 refer to the second coming of Jesus.  Zecharirah 12 discusses the prophecy of the word of G-d concerning Israel. If you look at Zecharirah 12:10, 11, 12, 13, and 14, it is obvious that it does not refer to Jesus, because it say that “I will pour upon the house of David and upon the inhabitants of Jerusalem, the spirit of grace and supplications, and they shall look upon me whom they have pierced (christians claim this refer to Jesus, who was stabbed) and they shall mourn for him, as one mourns for his only son (which again the christians again point to Jesus, the supposed son of G-d), but remember that Jesus was born out of wedlock.  In that day shall there be a great mourning in Jerusalem…and the land shall mourn, every family apart…all the families that remain…”Now if this refers to the first coming of Jesus, then what was the spirit of grace and supplication?  In addition, there is cetainly no great mourning in Jerusalem and throughout the land by all of the so called Jewish families after the death of Jesus.  In the Antiquities, Book XX, IX 1, Josephus does mention that “the brother of Jesus, who was called Christ, whose name was James” was accused of breaking the law; this is a very meager comment to make regarding a “King” of Israel.

Psalms. 22:17,18. Jesus did not expect G-d to deliver him-there is no indication anywhere that Jesus expected to be rescued.  This is a final plea for help after the numerous rescues that G-d provided and yet the individual still continues to rebel against the laws of G-d.  Here the christian authors mistranslated a verse to benefit their beliefs.  The verse being “they pierced my hands and my feet,” which seems to point to Jesus.  The christians had invented a new word which is still not in  the Hebrew dictionary.  The word is Koari which means pierced.  There is no such Hebrew word.  Please look in a Hebrew Dictionary.

Psalms 16:10  This is a song of Trust and Security in G-d, nothing more.  There is nothing in this psalms that point to Jesus as Lord.  G-d is Lord.  If Jesus is Lord, then is higher than G-d and that makes G-d second in command.  This is totally absurd!  Jesus did not create the world.  Jesus did not create life.  This psalms talks about others who choose another god to follow.  This does prophesize the christian belief that Jesus is G-d.  This is what Psalms 16 says.  Protect me O G-d, for in you I take refuge.  I say to the Lord. “You are my Lord; I have no good apart from you.” As for the holy ones in the land, they are the noble in whom is all my delight.  Those who choose  another god multiply their sorrows; their drink offerings of blook I will not pour out or take their names upon my lips.  The Lord is my chosen portion and my cup; you hold my lot. The boundary lines have fallen for me in pleasant places; I have a goodly heritage.  I bless the Lord who gives me counsel; in the night also my heart instructs me.  I keep the Lord always before me; because he is at my right hand, I shall not be moved.  Therefore my heart is glad, and my soul rejoices; my body also rests secure.  For you do not give me up to Sheol, or let your faithful one see the Pit. You show me the path of life.  In your presence there is fullness of joy; in your right hand are pleasures forevermore.

Psalms 49:15.  This is the psalm about life and death and that wealth cannot save one from death.  Read Genesis 5:24 and 2 Kings 2.3, 5.  For further reference.

Psalms 68:18. Psalms 68:5 wipes out the christian belief that 68:18  proves that Jesus is the messiah.  Psalms 68:5 says Sing to G-d, sing praises to His Name; extol He Who rides upon the highest heavens with His Name Yah and exult before him.  What was Jesus’s name?  Yeshua?  That is a long way from Yah or YHWH or Yehowah.  In Psalms 68:18 do you seen any followers rebelling against Jesus?  NO!

Isaiah 53.  If you look at the passage of Isaiah 53 closely you will notice that the verbs keep changing tenses.  Isaiah 53:2 states that “he shall grow up as a tender plant”  This is referring to the future (shall grow).  The next verse says, “He is despised and rejected” this refers to the present, presumably the time of Isaiah himself.  The next versay says, “surely he has born our griefs and carried out sorrows”, with this being in the past tense.  In Isaiah 53:10, it says that “he shall see his seed, he shall prolong his days.”  This means that the subject of Isaiah 53 will have children and live a long life.  Since neither of these was true in the life of Jesus, Isaiah 53 cannot refer to Jesus.  This passage could refer to several “prophets.”>

In christian theology it is common to believe such nonsense, as the old saying goes “Ignorance is Bliss.”  Time as has proven that christianity has succeeded when ignorance prevails.  Anyone who reads the Torah and sincerely believes that all passages of the Torah professes that Jesus is the Messiah and he is the son of G-d is in for a rude awakening.  Anyone, whether they are christian or Messianic Hebrew preaches christianity is an idolator.  Messianic Hebrews are closet christians who do not have the guts to admit they are a christian.  You can be an Israelite, Jew or Christian, but you cannot be all the above and profess a love of G-d only, but worship a man by the name of Jesus Christ.  Worshippers who lie and say that they follow the laws of G-d, but worship more than one god, which is Jesus and worship him as a god and then as a son of G-d is lying to themselves and others as well.  People like this cannot be trusted to follow all of YHWH’s laws and then only use a few laws to justify their beliefs.  Either you believe in YHWH totally or you don’t at all.  Messianic Hebrews and christians who only use a few passages of the Torah to prove that Jesus did actually exist should go back to the first book of the Torah which is Genesis and read through the last book of the Torah and sit down and think logically about what the Torah is saying and not the interpretation of the four gospels to tell them what they should have learned from the Torah in the first place.

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