Gospel of God




Gospel of God → The Prophesied Messiah → Conclusion 

by Bill Wong







For hundreds of years the writers of the Tanakh ("the Old Testament") mention the coming King Messiah.  The prophecies discussed are just a part of many, many more that make up a body of evidence the Tanakh presents.  The messianic prophecies in the Tanakh stand collectively as a witness about one person – King Messiah, and we must consider objectively these prophecies as a whole – one unit, to see who the Tanakh is speaking of.


Both Jews and non-Jews are implored to go through this website and search the Scriptures to see if things are so according to the word of God only.  The Tanakh and the B’rit Hadashah ("the New Testament") are 2 halves of 1 complete story.  Both are Holy Scriptures which is called the Bible.  One does not cancel the other.  Both work together to glorify God and make His will known and it is through His Messiah that all things will be accomplished.


The Holy Scriptures begins with creation, the origin of sin and the fall of all creation, and ends with the reconciliation and restoration of all creation.  This reconciliation of everyone and all things comes by the mediating work of the prophesied Son of God. 


Yahusha‘ or Yahushua(Yeshua‘/Jesus) is the prophesied Messiah who saves the entire world from sin by His sinless atonement and gives the gift of eternal life to everyone who believes: to both Jews and non-Jews.


Therefore, this is the most important thing we all must know, for our lives now – and the next.  We cannot afford to get this wrong.   



The times are getting darker – signifying the Messiah’s arrival soon.  The Holy Scriptures tell us that all nations will gather against Israel and it is in this time of darkest night and need, when God will save her.


Sad to say, it is only in this time of utter despair and at the brink of her extinction that Israel will cry out in unison for her Messiah to save her.  This is when He will surely come.


Even sadder to say, will this be the first time Israel recognizes Him – when in her shock, she realizes He is only returning?  That He has indeed come once before, but was despised and rejected by the very people He loves and has come to save?  


What unimaginable sorrow and regret…..and will this sorrow and regret come too late?


He came as the Suffering Servant and His people did not recognize Him. 


He returns as the conquering King Messiah. 


Two roles, two salvations – one and the same Messiah.



God is working a mighty work.  In these last days, the Almighty is calling His people as more and more Jews than ever before have come to know their Messiah and more non-Jews also turn to this same Messiah and understand that God's Word in both the Tanakh and B'rit Hadashah are for everyone.  


These Jewish and non-Jewish believers do this despite pressure from their family, friends, traditions, and culture --- even death.  They understand that knowing the Almighty and the Messiah, His only-begotten son, is the greatest goal and accomplishment – it is the relationship all mankind was created to be a part of :  to know the greatest joy, the greatest love, above anything they can ever imagine or compare to on this earth.


They recognize Him now when the skies are yet red for the approaching storm, and not when it might be too late, after the storm has wreaked havoc. 


The Almighty is working this work and He is calling His people one at a time.  He is calling both the Jew and the non-Jew – those who earnestly seek His truth, even if it does not agree with what they have always known.  Every journey begins with the first step.


God shows no partiality and neither should we.  Jesus/Yeshua is the Messiah for everyone.



Is the Almighty God calling you? 


And most importantly, will you listen…..?  


For many are called, but few are chosen……




For more information about Messiah and events around His return, please see 'God's Salvation Plan in the Biblical Feast Days'.




The Prophesied Messiah articles outline

click on each link below to access sub-articles


  • Introduction                                     
  • The Problem of Sin                       
    • Isaiah 7:14 – the virgin birth
    • Isaiah 9:6 – the mighty and wonderful Father of Eternity and Prince of Peace
    • Micah 5:2 – origins from everlasting time                                                     
    • Psalm 110 – King David’s Lord                                                                    
    • Daniel 7:9-14 – the Son of Man                                                                   
    • Deuteronomy 18:15-19 – the Prophet like Moses                                        
  • A person who atones for sin          
    • Isaiah 53 – the Suffering Servant
    • Genesis 22 – the type/prophecy of the son as atoning sacrifice
    • Psalm 22 – the crucified one  
  • His prophesied arrival         
    • Daniel 9:24-27 – the exact date of Messiah’s arrival                                        
  • His return                            
    • Psalm 2 – do homage to the Son                                                                   
    • Zechariah 12:10 – look to me, the one whom they pierced                           
  • Conclusion      
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