Messianic Jew or Jewish Christian?

Beloved, where to start? In the Tanach. It is written, “in thy seed, all the nations of the earth shall be blessed.” The seed is one, and the seed is Christ, and the interpretation is sure and true. (Galatians) All nations were blessed in the Christ, Yeshua, without partiality, when the purpose of God was fulfilled in the Christ’s death for our sins, His burial and His resurrection the third day, and all nations shall be blessed in Christ when the purpose of God in Christ is fulfilled. All nations include Israel and all other nations: they are called the Gentiles together these all other nations. It is equal blessing for all.

Abraham was called out of the Gentiles to fulfill the purpose of God in Christ. Before Abraham there were only nations: Gentiles. Abraham was the first Hebrew, of Eber, denoting the seed of promise. For Noah had three sons, and there was a seed of promise, Seth, and the descendancy went through Eber to Abraham. Abraham begat Issac, the seed of promise: for Ishmael was not the seed of promise. Isaac begat Jacob; he was the seed of promise and not the elder, Esau. And Jacob name was changed to Israel, and he begat 12 sons, and they became a great people in Egypt. And God called Israel out of Egypt with a great salvation to fulfill the purpose of God in Christ, and brought them into the promise land and made them a nation, Israel. And Israel was divided into two kingdoms,  eleven tribes, and the tribe of Yudah. And the eleven became the kingdom of Israel, and one tribe the kingdom of Judah. And the land of the eleven tribes were judged by God through the Assyrians in 722 BC, and dispersed into all the earth, and never a decree was given to return to the land. And Yudah and Yerushalem were judged by God with a great judgment through the Babylonians in 586BC, and 70 years later the decree was given by Cyrus, a king and an intercessor and a suffering servant from among the Gentiles, for those of Yudah to return to the land, all to fulfill the purpose of God in Christ. And Yudah remained in the land until the appointed time, when the Christ was manifested. And the Christ Yeshua died for our sins according to all the Tanach, He was buried and He rose again the third day according to all the Tanach. Salvation was of the Yudah, for He, Yeshua, in the flesh was born of a woman under the law. God from heaven came from heaven and took on the form of a man and a servant. “Know no man after the flesh, though Christ was known in the flesh, henceforth know we Him no more.” He is no longer a man born of a woman, under the law. He is the Son of God, raised from the dead, seated at the right hand throne of God with all power and authority. And after the death, burial and resurrection of the Christ “I will pour out my spirit upon all flesh”, to the Jews first and then the Gentiles. As “the gospel is the power of God unto salvation to everyone who believes, those of Yudah first and then the Greek, Gentiles.” And first to those of Yudah, for salvation is of Yudah, for Yeshua was their substitute for judgment that was to come: “the not one stone left upon another” judgment of Yerushalem in 70AD. And the salvation is offered to both those of Yudah and the Gentiles. For there is a judgment of the land of the Gentiles. The spirit is given to both those of Yudah and all the nations equally without partiality by God according to His will and grace. Those of Judah and those of all nations, the chosen ones, are given the spirit and are one in Christ without partiality.

And so what is a Jew or those of Yudah, a Messianic Jew or a Jewish Christian? If a Jew is called a messianic Jew than so is the Gentile: a messianic Gentile, there is no difference. If a Gentile is a follower of Christ, Christian, so is the the Jew. There is no difference.

The next post I will give my understanding on some of the errors “of Yudah” and Gentile believers both have fallen into.

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