Messiah or Messias
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3323. Messias -- Messiah, the OT title corresponding to Christ
... Messias. 3324 . Messiah, the OT title corresponding to Christ. Part of Speech:
Noun, Masculine Transliteration: Messias Phonetic Spelling: (mes-see'-as) Short ...
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"We have Found the Messias"
... silent, lost in the overwhelming significance of the thought, "Is this the Messiah?". ...
of his brother Simon, he cried, "We have found the Messias." Simon waited ...
//christianbookshelf.org/white/the desire of ages/chapter 14 we have found.htm

Preaching for the Poor
... you will observe that it was prophesied of the Messiah, that he should do the very
things which Jesus at that moment was doing. It is said of Messias, in the ...
/.../spurgeon/spurgeons sermons volume 3 1857/preaching for the poor.htm

The Annunciation of Jesus the Messiah, and the Birth of his ...
... this very subject which he has collated in a previous work: Die Leiden des Messias,
pp ... p. 11 a and b), where the reference is undoubtedly to the Messiah (in the ...
/.../the life and times of jesus the messiah/chapter iv the annunciation of.htm

Appendix xiv. The Law in Messianic Times.
... on the Messiah in Hamburger's Real-Encycl. ii. pp. 747, 748, and especially to that
most interesting brochure of Rabbi Holdheim, Das Ceremonialges. im Messias- ...
/.../edersheim/the life and times of jesus the messiah/appendix xiv the law in.htm

The Dove of God
... It sets forth Jesus as the long-promised Messiah, the Son of David ... from the Heavens,
which solemnly declared Him to be the Son of God, anointed Messias, King of ...
/.../maclaren/expositions of holy scripture a/the dove of god.htm

Elucidations.
... 1722.; JA Fabricius, Messias Jud├Žorum, Hilgenfeld, Lips., 1869; also Drummond, The
Jewish Messiah; and compare Jellinek, Bet-ha-Midrash, six parts, 1857-73. ...
//christianbookshelf.org/lactantius/the divine institutes/elucidations.htm

The First Disciples.
... We have found the Messias. ... Andrew's exclamation of delight on finding the Messiah
is the same attributed to Archimedes when he made his discovery of the amount ...
/.../johnson/the new testament commentary vol iii john/the first disciples.htm

At Jacob's Well
... The question arose in her mind, Might not this be the long-looked-for Messiah? She
said to Him, "I know that Messias cometh, which is called Christ: when He is ...
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The Name Above Every Name
... a mysterious power, to look upon it as an official act of the Messiah who was ... depth
of things, yet caught a wonderful glimpse when they said: 'Messias will be ...
/.../maclaren/expositions of holy scripture the acts/the name above every name.htm

The Servant of the Lord
... has shaken himself clear of the Jews' narrow belief that Messias belonged to ... obstinacy
to their narrow Pharisaic and Jewish notions of the Messiah as coming to ...
/.../maclaren/expositions of holy scripture the acts/the servant of the lord.htm

ATS Bible Dictionary
Messiah or Messias

Anointed, a title given principally, or by way of eminence, to that sovereign Deliverer promised to the Jews. They were accustomed to anoint their kings, high priests, and sometimes prophets, when they were set apart to their office; and hence the phrase, "to anoint" for an employment, sometimes signifies merely a particular designation or choice for such an employment. Cyrus, who founded the empire of the Persians, and who set the Jews at liberty, is called, Isaiah 45:1, "the anointed of the Lord;" and in Ezekiel 28:14, the epithet "anointed" is given to the king of Tyre.

But, as we have already observed, MESSIAH is the designation given by the Hebrews, eminently, to that Savior and Deliverer whom they expected, and who was promised to them by all the prophets. As the holy unction was given to kings, priests, and prophets, by describing the promised Savior of the world under the name of Christ, Anointed, or Messiah, it was sufficiently evidenced that the qualities of king, prophet, and highpriest would eminently center in him, and that he should exercise them not only over the Jews but over all mankind, and particularly over those who should receive him as their Savior. See CHRIST.

That Jesus Christ was the true MESSIAH of the Old Testament, the "Shiloh" of Jacob, the "Redeemer" of Job, the "Angel of the Covenant," is abundantly clear. The time of his appearance was predicted in Genesis 49:10 Daniel 9:20,25 Haggai 2:7 Malachi 3:1. At the time when the Savior actually came, and then only, could these predictions meet: then the seventy weeks of years were ended; and soon after, the scepter was torn forever from the hands of Judah, the only tribe that could then claim the headship of the Jews; and the temple in which the Messiah was to appear was annihilated. Then also the genealogical lists were extant, which proved the descent of Christ from the line predicted. Numerous and clear detached predictions respecting the birth, character, life, sufferings, and death of Christ, his resurrection, ascension, and kingdom, were all in him perfectly fulfilled, John 1:41 4:25.

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