• Footprints of the Messiah

  • By: Chuck Missler
  • Narrated by: Chuck Missler
  • Length: 1 hr and 51 mins
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What Old Testament Bible Study is mentioned 12 times in one book of the Bible, is given by seven different people and is almost never given today?

That Jesus is the Messiah of Israel! How certain can we be that Jesus is the Messiah?

Review some of the major passages in the Tanakh (the Old Testament) that predict and describe the scriptural expectations to be fulfilled by the Messiah of Israel. This study will also take a mathematical analysis of a small sampling from the more than 300 predictions concerning the Jewish Messiah.

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Essential Study for Christian Growth

You are going to be held responsible for knowing this. Peter assures us that we have the more sure word of prophecy. But, can you prove that Jesus of Nazareth is the Messiah The King? Yes. The Jews were held responsible to know the exact day their Messiah would present himself as their king. And all they had was the Old Testament!

Twelve times, by seven different people, the gospel was preached- from the Old Testament! Why? How? Knowing the Old Testament is the key to understand the New. This book definitely shows how narrow is our understanding. Of course, we don't think the way Jews do, but, we are not stupid. Gentile believers often have an easier time believing because they don't get wrapped up in geneologies, prophecy and such. But, they still coveted and cherished the Old Testament through the ages because upon the Word of God, they can build an irrefutable case for the existence of Christ.

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  • Disapointed
  • 08-06-22

great listen recommend thanks





highly recommend for any serious Bible students . go to koinonia institute for more

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