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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.

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According to the teaching of the Ari z"l as written by Rabbi Chaim Vital, it will be like it was with Moshe Rabbeinu. Moshe was born of flesh and blood by a mother and father just like everyone else. …
answered Sep 8 '15 by Yaacov Deane
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There is a teaching based upon Micah 7:15 that much of the final redemption, including the revelation of Moshiach, will follow the same pattern as the first redemption from Egypt. In the first redemp …
answered Aug 29 '16 by Yaacov Deane
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Yes. The introduction of the concept is brought in VaYikra 4:3. It is first introduced in the context of representing the entire Jewish people and helping to re-establish their connection with HaShem. …
answered Nov 12 '15 by Yaacov Deane
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The Navi (Yirmiyahu) and the Eicha Rabbati you quote are understood by looking at the posuk which precedes, namely, Yirmiyahu 23:5. הִנֵּ֨ה יָמִ֤ים בָּאִים֙ נְאֻם־יְהוָ֔ה וַהֲקִמֹתִ֥י לְדָוִ֖ד צֶ֣ …
answered Mar 13 '18 by Yaacov Deane
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You are blurring two different issues. One is the subject of calculating end times, time limits when things must happen versus the second subject of how we as individuals are to view the subject of th …
answered Dec 17 '15 by Yaacov Deane
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Welcome to Mi Yodeya. Your question is a good one and something that everyone, including every Jew should be thinking about. In fact, it is meritorious to have the subject of Moshiach and his imminen …
answered Dec 13 '18 by Yaacov Deane
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The converted child cannot potentially be Moshiach because he is not an inheriting son from the biological father. He is considered descended from the gentile mother and not from Israel. Kingship, in …
answered Apr 23 '18 by Yaacov Deane
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If you are asking about all of Navi, this question is probably too broad. If you are looking for a concise answer, it can be seen in the Mishnah Torah but it isn't dealing with "Navi" exclusively. It' …
answered Nov 16 '15 by Yaacov Deane
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Rabbi Shlomo Alkabetz, the author of Lecha Dodi, was the teacher of Rabbi Moshe Kordovero who led the Kabbalists in Tzfat before the Ari z"l arrived. There are many dimensions to his poem/song. One o …
answered Jan 31 '17 by Yaacov Deane
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You are discussing two different ideas. First it must be understood that the Days of Moshiach is a long period as found in Zohar 1:140a:51-52, over 100 years according to many. According to Sefer Avod …
answered Sep 1 '17 by Yaacov Deane
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There are many who have alternate understandings of this subject including Ramban in Sefer HaGeulah, Rabbeinu Makir ben Abba Mori in Sefer Avkat Rochel and by extension Rashi and his school who bring …
answered May 2 '17 by Yaacov Deane
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This question is far too broad to answer here but the essence of what they follow is based upon the teachings of Rabbi Yoel Teitelbaum. There are two primary sources that lay out their approach. The …
answered Jun 29 '17 by Yaacov Deane
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The simple answer is yes. This is the primary subject of Rambam's Hilchot Melachim, 11:4 through the end of chapter 12. Like it says: וִיתַקֵּן אֶת הָעוֹלָם כֻּלּוֹ לַעֲבֹד אֶת ה' בְּיַחַד שֶׁנֶּ …
answered Jun 6 '17 by Yaacov Deane
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This is the traditional teaching from the time of the Rishonim of how the final redemption will unfold. It appears in many different places such as Midrash Talpiot starting at the 7th sign of the rede …
answered Jan 18 '16 by Yaacov Deane
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in the non-censored versions of the Mishnah Torah, this law excludes Jesus from consideration as the Messiah because he refrained from fighting G-d's wars in his place and was also killed. That is to …
answered May 28 '15 by Yaacov Deane

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