Israel's Messiah

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If you don't know Israel's Messiah...why not invite Him in...Now...


Today we know the status
of this baby born
in the city of David.
He was Israel's king.
The Messiah was expected
to be a political ruler,
but Yeshua, Jesus,
came in a humble manner
to the nation of Israel.
He didn't fit the
preconceived stereotype
people had for the Messiah,
but He still fulfilled
over 300 Messianic prophecies
in the Tenakh, the Old Covenant (Jeremiah 31:31-37),
the Jewish Bible.
The Messianic prophecies
not yet fulfilled by Him
will be fulfilled at His second coming.
His I.D. is difficult to dispute.
Can you find room for Him?
Will you invite Him
into your life?
How is your hospitality?
Can you make room
in your life for
the most prestigious person in all of history?

When the Messiah's parents
went to the city of David (Bethlehem)
to register for the census tax,
the New Covenant (Jeremiah 31:31-37)
synoptic gospel writers
record that His parents could find
no housing available
in an inn (Luke 2:1-7).

We can't fault the innkeeper,
because he didn't know the
prestigious lineage of
the Messiah's parents,
and the special importance
of the baby who was
then in Miriam's (Mary's) womb.
If the innkeeper had only known
the status of the baby
who was to be born,
perhaps he would have
found some space,
maybe he even would have
provided his own room
for lodging.

In Jeremiah 29:17 it is recorded
that the LORD Himself stated,
"And ye shall seek me, and find me,
when ye shall search for me
with all your heart."

The Messiah is waiting to enter
your life, if you don't know Him.

How is your hospitality?