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Was Jesus the Torah's Shiloh?

Torah says sons of Judah (Jews) will be in trouble until Shiloh comes. Who is Shiloh? It seems He is Messiah, true? IF it is Jesus the Messiah, why isn't troubles finished for Jews?

Mohammad isn't Shiloh, either. Because while Quran is More Jew friendly than Islam, Islam hadith are more mainstream and that's RACIST JEWISH HATRED. Nobody accepts Quran's words for Israel is for Jews or that don't fight with people of the Book. And keep close with ten commandments with them.

They just want to kill every Jew and destruct Israel - and call it Islamic Land wrongly or decisively which is part of their doctrine.

If Mohammad or Jesus were Shiloh, why did Hitler appear to kill Jews? It doesn't seem they are so...

What do you think Christians?

Thanks!

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  • 1 year ago
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    In pronouncing a blessing upon Judah, the dying patriarch Jacob said: “The scepter will not turn aside from Judah, neither the commander’s staff from between his feet, until Shiloh comes; and to him the obedience of the peoples will belong.” (Ge 49:10) Beginning with the rule of the Judean David, power to command (the commander’s staff) and regal sovereignty (the scepter) were the possessions of the tribe of Judah. This was to continue until the coming of Shiloh, indicating that the royal line of Judah would terminate in Shiloh as the permanent heir. Similarly, before the overthrow of the kingdom of Judah, Jehovah indicated to the last Judean king, Zedekiah, that rulership would be given to one having the legal right. (Eze 21:26, 27) This would evidently be Shiloh, as the name “Shiloh” is understood to signify “He Whose It Is; He to Whom It Belongs.”In the centuries that followed, Jesus Christ is the only descendant of David to whom kingship was promised. Before the birth of Jesus, the angel Gabriel said to Mary: “Jehovah God will give him the throne of David his father, and he will rule as king over the house of Jacob forever, and there will be no end of his kingdom.” (Lu 1:32, 33) Therefore, Shiloh must be Jesus Christ, “the Lion that is of the tribe of Judah.”​—Re 5:5; compare Isa 11:10; Ro 15:12.Concerning the ancient Jewish view of Genesis 49:10, a Commentary edited by F. C. Cook (p. 233) notes: “All Jewish antiquity referred the prophecy to Messiah. Thus the Targum of Onkelos has ‘until the Messiah come, whose is the kingdom;’ the Jerusalem Targum, ‘until the time that the king Messiah shall come, whose is the kingdom.’ . . . So the Babylonian Talmud (‘Sanhedrim,’ cap. II. fol. 982), ‘What is Messiah’s name? His name is Shiloh, for it is written, Until Shiloh come.’”

  • 1 year ago

    “Shiloh” is understood to signify “He Whose It Is; He to Whom It Belongs.” In the centuries that followed, Jesus Christ is the only descendant of David to whom kingship was promised. Before the birth of Jesus, the angel Gabriel said to Mary: “Jehovah God will give him the throne of David his father, and he will rule as king over the house of Jacob forever, and there will be no end of his kingdom.” (Lu 1:32, 33) Therefore, Shiloh must be Jesus Christ, “the Lion that is of the tribe of Judah.”​

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  • 1 year ago

    Yes, he is. The scepter has departed from between the feet of Judah -- there is no Jewish king today. It is too late for the Messiah to appear.

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    • Michael
      Lv 6
      1 year agoReport

      were so sure of its accuracy that they were willing to endure persecution and die on behalf of their faith based on that assured information. The historical Gospel records show that various individuals openly acknowledged that Jesus was the Christ, or Messiah.

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  • BMCR
    Lv 7
    1 year ago

    No, he was not.

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