Lev. 18:21, Deut. 18:10, Deuteronomy 13,18, 12:30-31, Jeremiah 19:4-6, Psalm 106:37-38, and in Ezekiel 16:20 are places where its forbiden in Torah for man to make human sacrifice (religious ritual) The crusifixtion wasnt a religious ritual of human sacrifice it was captial punishment.
The Jewish concept regarding the death of the righteous atoning for the sins of the people.

Zohar 2:212a, Babylonian Talmud Mo'ed Qatan 28a, Shabbat 32a, 33b, Leviticus Rabbah 20:12, Yoma 2:1, Pesikta deRav Kahana 26:16, Exodus Rabbah, Terumah 35:4, b. Sotah 14a, b. Berakhot 32a, Mekhilta 2a, m.Negaim 2:1, Zohar pt. III, fol. 218a, Amsterdam edition, 4th Maccabees 6:28-29, 13:12, 16:20, 17:22, Tanhuma, Vayyera, sec. 18, Sifra 1o2c, b.Ta'anit 16a, Mekhilta d'Rashbi, p.4, Tanh. Vayerra, sec. 23
II Sam 21, John 11:49-53, John 18:12-14
Great info on Atonement: http://friendsnchrist.ning.com/notes/index/show?noteKey=Atonement%28s%29%3F all pointing to Yeshua (Jesus)... It was man's will that brought forth the murder of Yeshua (captial punishment, death penalty), It was G-D's will that brought forth the *sacrifice (1 Cor.5:6-8/ Heb.2:14/ Jn.10:17-18/ Jn.3:16)/ Paul 1 Cor.15:3-4 relates to Is.53/ Hosea 6:2 http://friendsnchrist.ning.com/profiles/blogs/generational-curses

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Comment by William H. on May 20, 2017 at 9:38pm
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Comment by William H. on March 14, 2017 at 2:44am

 Maimonides said: "I must premise that every Hebrew [now] knows that the term Elohim is a homonym, and denotes God, angels, judges, and the rulers of countries (kings)".  Moses Maimonides. "Guide for the Perplexed" (1904)

Personal notes:

.....The word is used for: the true God, false gods, supernatural spirits (angels), and leaders (kings, judges, the messiah)".... Just interesting link Not a presentation of mine

Ps.45:6 Messianic king, Elohim

Ps.110:1 (Adon) 

*-Jn.20:28 "My Kurios .. My Theos"/ (Ha Adon Elohim)

- (Ps.86:15 Sept. reads "Kurie ho Theos"....,  Kurieuo #2961 (Kurios #2962)

... and claiming *forgiveness for his *unbelief (on the grounds of Ex.34:6), to which this verse of the Psalms refers* 

Comment by William H. on February 16, 2017 at 3:43am

The Midrashic passage that RALBAG cites, referring to Messiah as Prophet, states:

It is written, Behold, my servant shall deal wisely, He shall be exalted, and extolled, and be very high (Isaiah 52:13). It means, He shall be more exalted than Abraham of whom it is written, ‘I lift up my hand’ (Genesis 14:22). He shall be more extolled than Moses of whom it is said, ‘As a nursing father beareth the nursing child’ (Numbers 11:12). ‘And shall be very high’—that is, Messiah shall be higher than the ministering angels. (2)
Comment by His_Will on September 17, 2016 at 5:03pm

 4Ma 6:28 Be merciful to thy people, and be satisfied with the punishment of me on their account. 4Ma 6:29 Let my blood be a purification for them, and take my life in recompense for theirs.

Comment by William H. on December 29, 2015 at 2:13am

Zohar 2:212a! When there is no temple messiah atones!

Heb.10:1-13/  According to Yoma 39b, God did not accept the sacrifices that were offered on the Day of Atonement for the last forty years(Every year following the cross unto the destruction of the temple!) before the destruction of the [Second] Temple. 

Comment by William H. on July 28, 2015 at 9:24pm
Comment by His_Will on April 19, 2014 at 3:17am

In referring to the passage (Is.53), Bamidbar Rabba states: “Like Moses, Messiah will be revealed, then hidden, then revealed./ Concerning Isaiah 52:13, Yalkut II states: “Messiah…He shall be higher than Abraham/

Comment by His_Will on October 26, 2012 at 4:08pm


Documentation that THE JEWISH RABBIS KNEW IS.53 was about MESSIAH Prior to Rashi who perverted not only the context of Is. 53 but also CHANGED the presentense of Rabbinic thought on the subject!


Comment by His_Will on October 26, 2012 at 3:25pm

Isaiah 53 is a bout Messiah


Yalkut Schimeon ( ascribed to Rabbi Simeon Kara, 12th Century ) says on
Zech.4:7: "He ( the king Messiah ) is greater than the patriarchs, as it is said, 'My servant shall be high, and lifted up, and lofty exceedingly' (Isa. 52:13)."

Pesiqta Rabbati (ca.845)on Isa. 61,10: "The world-fathers (patriarchs) will one day in the month of Nisan arise and say to (the Messiah): 'Ephraim, our righteous Anointed, although we are your grandparents, yet you are greater than we, for you have borne the sins of our children, as it says: 'But surely he has borne our sicknesses and carried our pains; yet we did esteem him stricken, smitten of God and afflicted. But he was pierced because of our transgressions, he was bruised for our iniquities: the chastisement of our peace was laid upon him and through his wounds we are healed'(Isa.53,4-5)."

Rabbi Simeon Ben Jochai (2.Century), Zohar,, part II, page 212a and III,
page 218a, Amsterdam Ed.): "There is in the garden of Eden a palace called : 'The palace of the sons of sickness, <, this palace the Messiah enters, and summons every sickness, every pain, and every chastisement of Israel: they all come and rest upon Him. And were it not that He had thus lightened them off Israel, and taken them upon Himself, there had been *no man able to bear Israels chastisement for the transgression of the law; this is that which is written, 'Surely our sicknesses he has carried' Isa.53,4).- As they tell Him (the Messiah) of the misery of Israel in their captivity, and of those wicked ones among them who are not attentive to know their Lord, He lifts up His voice and weeps for their wickedness; and so it is written,'He was wounded for our transgressions' (Isa.53,5). Midrash (on Ruth 2,14): "He is speaking of the King Messiah - 'Come hither', i.e.">Draw near to the throne<; 'eat of the bread', i.e.>, The bread of the kingdom.' This refers to the
chastisements<, as it is said, 'But he was wounded for our transgressions, bruised for our iniquities' (Isa.53,5). Rabbi Elijah de Vidas (16.Century) : "The meaning of 'He was wounded for our transgressions, bruised for our iniquities' is, that since the Messiah bears our iniquities which produce the ef fect of His being bruised, it follows that whoever will not
admit that Messiah thus suffers for our iniquities must endure and suffer for
them himself."

(1 Cor.5:6-8) Jn.12:37/ Rom.10:16/ Matt.8:16/ Acts 8:32/ Lk.22:37

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 Moshiach is more exalted (greater) than Moses. Messiah has three fold authority: kingly, priestly, and prophetic.Messiah teaches Torah as Judah's rulers staff connects with lawgiver.


Chassidu teaches that "Moshiach will teach Torah to the entire people, including Moshe (Moses) Rabbinu".

Rabbi Mosheh Ben Nachman (1250-1270 C.E.) "And so it is said in the Midrash, 'He will be higher than Abraham, more exalted than Moses, and loftier than the Ministering angels'; the Messiah, that is,.......And he will be more exalted than Moses:....

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