Yeshua is our King


We have not had a King since the destruction of the first Temple. When Yeshua comes back will have our King- the Jewish Messiah.

G-d chose Yeshua as our King. If you think not read the Torah and the truth will be revealed to anyone who doubts G-d’s word that was given  to us Jews.

G-d gave The Torah to Moshe write down right after HaShem revealed himself to us at Mount Sinai.

Yet we still need teachers to teach about G-d’s word The Torah and the Good news. Thank G-d for my teacher Pastor Steve Gray at World Revival Church in Kansas City.

I love my teacher Pastor Steve Gray.

In addition to a system of judges and sheriffs, Moses instructed the Jewish people to appoint a king over them.

[Moses told the Jewish people,] “You may indeed appoint a king over yourself, whom G‑d chooses.” Deuteronomy 17:15

Although the Jewish people have not had a king since the destruction of the first Temple and will not have another until the Messiah himself, we are still enjoined to appoint a higher authority over ourselves, both individually and collectively, wherever relevant. The sages therefore say to each one of us: “Provide yourself with a teacher [of Torah],” with whom we should consult on all matters of spiritual life.

We should not delude ourselves into thinking that we can rely on our own “judges and sheriffs.” Nor should we think that there is no one capable of understanding us sufficiently to serve as our “king.” The Torah assures us that if we search properly and diligently, we will indeed find the mentors best suited to our spiritual needs.1 Likutei Sichot, vol. 24, pp. 104–106. See below, on 31:11.

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