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Moshiach (Messiah) lit. "annointed one". The final redeemer of the Jewish people from exile. Prophesied in Tanach, he will be a righteous human king descended patrilineally from King David. Identity still unknown, check back later.

This verse is interpreted by the Talmud in the midst of a broader discussion about a certain king going bad. The part that is relevant to the interpretation of this verse is excerpted below, first in …
answered Aug 10 '18 by Alex
This was stated by the Sages in Sifrei #157 as part of their exposition of Deuteronomy 17:15: שום תשים מת מנה אחר תחתיו מלך ולא מלכה "You shall place" – if he dies, appoint another in his ste …
answered Sep 26 '19 by Alex
This is probably based on what the Mishnah Berurah writes in the Beiur Halacha in siman 427, but I don't think it is entirely accurate. The discussion there is about calculating the molad for future …
answered Jul 30 '18 by Alex
דלא כוותי' שוב אין אדם ראוי' להמשך אחריו And one who says "there is no Messiah for Israel" and holds like Rabbi Hillel is a denier of the Torah because we measure by the majority. Since … הוא עני ורוכב על חמור ועל עיר בן אתונות R. Hillel said: There shall be no Messiah for Israel, because they have already enjoyed him in the days of Hezekiah. R. Joseph said: May God forgive him …
answered Aug 7 '18 by Alex
: There shall be no Messiah for Israel, because they have already enjoyed him in the days of Hezekiah. (Soncino translation) Was R. Hillel a heretic? Though the Talmud immediately cites R. Yoseph as … many of his Hasidim imagine that the gaon R. Menachem Mendel Schneerson of blessed memory is the King Messiah is nonsense and folly, but I don't know any heresy that is involved in this. Do they …
answered Jun 6 '18 by Alex
this analysis it does not follow that God will not revive the dead by His will and wish when he desires and whomever He desires to resurrect. It will happen in the lifetime of the Messiah, or before him, or after he dies. (Halkin translation) …
answered May 21 '19 by Alex
far off for us. Soon our righteous Messiah will appear. When this great hope of ours is fulfilled, and the Beis HaMikdash is rebuilt and the Kohanim return to minister and serve at the …
answered Jan 2 '18 by Alex