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If Jesus is the Messiah, how was he missed by most Jews?

I think it is an important question. This is not meant to be inflammatory. I wouldn’t be a Christian without Jesus, Yeshua. And Christianity is first a Jewish sect. Further, Jews are critical to the second coming. All Christians would be lost without our Jewish brothers and sisters.

One point remains, either Jesus was the Jewish Messiah, missed by most of the Jewish community or Christianity’s hopes are baseless. I am really curious about what Jewish sources have to say about this.

1) What were Jews looking for in a Messiah?
a. Rabbi Shraga Simmons outlines the answer

2) What do Messianic Jews have to say about Jesus the Messiah?
a. Dr. Brown video presentation on Jesus the Messiah

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