If the Lubavitch Rebbe can be the Messiah, why can’t Jesus?

If the Lubavitch Rebbe can be the Messiah, why can’t Jesus?

Could the Lubavitch Rebbe
be the Messiah? Rami
Bnai Brak Is it possible? For Chabad people, yes Are you part of Chabad? No So you don’t… Everyone needs to believe in their rabbi
that he is the Messiah I don’t know if this is right for you The question is asked by someone Christian why can’t Jesus be the Messiah? What is your answer to that? According to Jewish belief Jesus was an apostate Meaning what? He denies God’s unity He believed there was a partnership that other than God
God has a partner That Jesus was his partner He acted as if he was God’s partner (equal) that is a denial of the unity of God But isn’t the Messiah supposed
to be the partner to God? No, not a partner The Messiah is not a partner So then what is the Messiah? The job of the Messiah is to come and help
To be helpful Like Moses helped Moses was also the Messiah in a certain sense The same with the Messiah
who will come He will redeem us Moses was not a partner of God Is the Lubavitch Rabbi the Messiah? Moshe
Bnai Brak Unknown Until he arrives, we won’t know Does he need to return? No, until the Messiah arrives (the first time)
we won’t know I understand Could it be that he is the Messiah? It could be The question from outside Israel
not mine Christians are asking why
can’t it be Jesus? Anyone who denies the Torah cannot be the Messiah The Messiah must be an expert in Torah and he (Jesus) denied the Torah Yes The question is from outside
from someone Christian who wants to know Jerusalem Could the Lubavitcher Rabbi
be the Messiah? You can answer yes or no Yes
He is If he can be the Messiah why can’t Jesus be the Messiah? That’s the question from someone Christian Should I explain? (don’t have this conversation here) Maybe it’s better… I can explain I am their boss and I don’t
want you to interview them Why? Is the Lubavitch Rabbi thought
to be the Messiah? Yedidya
Jerusalem I think he was considered to be
the Messiah while he was alive but since he died he
we can say he is still (alive) “Just as his children are alive, so he is alive” So as long as his teachings continue you can say he is still alive So the question from someone
Christian is If the Lubavitch Rabbi could be the Messiah why couldn’t Jesus be the Messiah? why couldn’t it be? If you have an answer Why isn’t Jesus… Because he became a Christian He can’t be the Messiah
because he became a Christian He was really a Jew in every way and then he became a Christian So then he can’t be the Messiah
if he became a Christian But but Lubavitch Rabbi
could have been the Messiah Because he is a Jew?
– Yes So the Messiah must be a Jew? Yes, of course he has to be He has to be part of the tribe
of Judah from the Israelites Do you believe that the
Lubavitch Rebbe is the Messiah? Of course Menachem
Beitar Illit (West Bank settlement) Someone Christian is asking why
Jesus couldn’t be the Messiah? It is written in Rambam,
who was the leader of the generation the one and only in our generation he wrote clear signs of
the king Messiah One sign “you must study the commandments
as David his father” What does that mean? You need to deal with the Torah
like your life in reality That is the first thing Also, he needs to be from
the seed of King David meaning the dynasty of the Lubavitch Rabbi
the king Messiah, He should have
a long and good life He is related to (MAHARIL)
Rabbi Yaakov ben Moshe Levi Moelin who is related to the original
Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneersohn who was his grandfather and they are all from the seed of King David That’s one sign It also says that he has to “push all the Nation of Israel
to study the Torah” so with the Rebbe, you
see it in practice there were ways
during the Six Day War for example the Rebbe got everyone to
lay Tfilin and he conquered the world for our righteous ones
to bring on the redemption through the laying of Tfilin and you see it in the obvious
miracles that happened during the war During the Gulf war
the Rebbe strengthened many people to not be afraid
and not run away from the Land of Israel and we, as his Chasidim (adherents) as a people, as a leader leader of all of us believe in the king Messiah as the clear signs show But the asker claims that
Jesus also fulfills these things Jesus also did those things So in the RamBam, it is written If someone is killed after so it is understood that he
is not the Messiah But also the Rebbe died Yes There is a difference What is the difference between
“to be killed” and “died”? Every Jew knows that “dead”
means died on his own Someone who died on his own
can return and live and redeem us as long as we believe with strong belief that the Lubavitch Rebbe
is the king Messiah and he lives! Even before these signs because we go according to
the teachings of truth not according to the reality
we see in the world because the Holy One blessed be He
created the world and we believe this is the last try because the Holy One blessed be He
is testing us that we see how we believe Like the parable about the child that his father wants to check that his child
truly believes he hides from him then when the child sees
that his father sees and looks for him
and doesn’t give up and then he truly knows
he is a faithful son So in the generation,
the Lubavitch Rebbe says that this is the last generation
of the exile and the first generation of the redemption it will appear to be a “downfall”
(it seems like the Rebbe died) at least in appearance but this is not a contradiction
to the complete redemption because we are sure we believe that the Lubavitch Rebbe is the king Messiah who needs to redeem us now this is only a trial we are searching and
we won’t give up that the Rebbe king Messiah
we are searching and won’t give up more than 26 years searching, searching, searching We believe that any moment now now the Holy One, blessed be He
will redeem us with the true Messiah He should have a long and good life,
he is alive in a physical body immediately and right now The question that comes from
someone who is Christian from outside Israel and doesn’t know he asks why do you have a problem with
Jesus being the Messiah but you don’t have a problem that
the Lubavitch Rabbi is the Messiah? Moishi
Bat Hefer Sorry, I didn’t understand
the point of the question I don’t understand the question
I can try to explain Truthfully, I don’t really understand either He claims that you claim that the Lubavitch Rabbi is the Messiah My problem is not that Jesus is the Messiah My problem is not that Jesus is the Messiah That is a personal problem My problem is general, with all Christianity I think it is a false religion that is not true It is an imitation of Judaism That is not the religion that
God meant It is better than atheism because there is a belief in God but Judaism is the religion of God and it is my right to believe what I think Now, the Lubavitch Rabbi
as part of the Jewish theology as part of Jewish belief according to the tools that exist
I think he is the Messiah There is no connection So you think he is the Messiah? Yes, I think he is the Messiah He is the most likely to be the Messiah Ok, why? What are the reasons?
-Yes Yes, in the Torah… and can you explain it in 30 seconds? ok, 30 seconds The Messiah is a man who leads a generation who takes care of all of the Jews
of that generation physically and spiritually The Lubavitch Rabbi as part of
his mission specifically answers this definition
of caring for every Jew in the world in his corporeality cares to provide kosher food spirituality renew their belief It has no connection to
whether Jesus is the Messiah No, he claims that… My problem isn’t if Jesus is the Messiah
it is with all Christianity But he is asking… Everything it represents Why can’t Jesus be the Messiah
if the Lubavitch Rabbi can? I think I answered that already Again you are asking that? It is his question Again? Why is Jesus not the Messiah? Because Jesus is Christianity I disagree with all of Christianity The Messiah is not Christianity Christianity is a lie It is not a religion of truth Messiah comes from Judaism If Jesus was a Jewish leader throughout his life Jesus was a Jew He wasn’t a Jewish leader What? You don’t know? He was a Jew and was a leader of… He sinned and caused the masses to sin He sinned and caused the masses to sin Jesus has no share in the World to come as a Jew I don’t think he fulfills
the requirements of the Messiah according to Jewish belief Sorry It is my right to believe that I stand firmly by this Shabbat Shalom Shabbat Shalom Let’s start with this
Is the Lubavitch Rabbi the Messiah? Avraham
Ramat Gan I don’t think so Why? First of all, he speaks Yiddish No, he himself said that the Messiah
is currently in the Land of Israel He said to (former MK) Geula Cohen that is in the Land of Israel and that they should look for him
and he is the Messiah Someone Christian wants to know
why isn’t Jesus the Messiah? Why isn’t Jesus the Messiah? Jesus Why isn’t he the Messiah? Because he is not… Because of him, many Jews were killed because he caused many Jews to be killed
(creating anti-semitism) Because of that he isn’t the Messiah If he was He divided the Jewish religion He gave it to another nation So he can’t be? If he was the Messiah,
then there would be no Nation of Israel the fact that the Nation of Israel exists
means that the Messiah has to be someone else so he cannot be the Messiah Is the Lubavitch Rabbi the Messiah? Do you believe he is the Messiah? No Why not? Yitzhak
Bnai Brak Because for me it is not relevant to deal with this question because you can see that the Messiah
is not here yet so why speak about it at all? It doesn’t matter from my perspective You behind me, what do you say? (ultra-orthodox 20 year old
who doesn’t want to be filmed) He had the soul of the Messiah but he wasn’t the Messiah He said many times that he wanted
to be robed in self-revelation to reveal himself but he wasn’t really… He was a righteous person but not… He had the soul of the Messiah So the question from the person outside Israel is if the Lubavitch Rabbi could be the Messiah why couldn’t Jesus be the Messiah? Jesus has nothing to do with this Jesus is not…. According to the Gmara,
Jesus did not remain a Jew He left Ok, give… He left Judaism He had a rabbi,
this is during the Second Temple period He had a rabbi and there was a story that he looked at a woman and his rabbi threw him out Where is this written? In the Gmara Right? It’s written in the Gmara True. From 2000 years ago What do you say about the question?
(20 something man -doesn’t want to be filmed) I didn’t hear the question Yankle
Bnai Brak Yoshke Ponkrik?
(Jesus in Yiddish) He took his soul out from Israel What does that mean? You can take everything from a guy A Jew stays a Jew on every single day even if he gets everything that he wants but someone who is going until the point Denies God’s existence
(in Yiddish) Apostate He is an apostate until the end in Judaism he can’t be (the Messiah) That means he no longer believes… Like he said, he threw himself out of all aspects of Judaism I thought a Jew cannot stop
being a Jew no matter what he does He doesn’t stop being a Jew
He is a Jew So why can’t he be the Messiah?
Because he is not pure? He didn’t follow that path He went to another path He went to another path Have you heard of “korah”? But I never said the Rebbe is the Messiah I don’t believe that the Rebbe is the Messiah Neither are In principle, a person that dies it doesn’t seem to me that
it he is possibly the Messiah That’s how I see it I don’t know For me, if he will come and reveal himself that is what is important

29 Replies to “If the Lubavitch Rebbe can be the Messiah, why can’t Jesus?”

  1. Praised is Lord Jesus Christus God revealed in flesh!

    6 Thus saith the LORD the King of Israel, and his redeemer the LORD of hosts (Yeschua ha Maschiach,Isa Al Mesih, Jesus Christus); I am the first, and I am the last; and beside me there is no God. 

    Prophet Jesaja 44: 6


  2. the main thing is Yeshua fulfills Isaiah 53 better than anyone which Chapter in Isaiah describes the Messiah—– dr Tour says Jesus fits the description of the Messiah====



    Jewish scientist (James Tour) makes the greatest Jewish discovery!!

    ONE FOR ISRAEL Ministry

  3. because there isnt world peace with everyone holy.

    the moshiac will be a normal person that renews the religions, per kaduri, confirms the torah and the word (jesus) stands.

    jesus was god incarnate

  4. They denie Jesus and Mohammad if you read into these religions they all talk about the same character's but have a difference opinion on who they where what role they played these books where written hunderds of years apart they all got something in common

  5. Well jewish killed jesus and their messiah is christians antichrist. U know this… why are u asking. Ur a jew why are u asking? Thats what most people dont realize. U live in Israel ur Jewish so ur incredibly bias and racist against Palestinians. U are a very unpleasant and rude man and deny actual facts and events that has happened that can make jews look bad. Like the dancing Israelis on 9/11.

  6. I wouldnt by any means identify as a christian. But to the best of my knowledge Jesus never denied the torah. Quite the opposite. Jesus never himself denied the supremacy of God. And the Talmud itself claims his mother, and therefore he, is of the line of david, while disparaging them of course. What Jesus did do was expose and disrupt the corruption of the "jewish" leadership. And they cant have that. And that continues to this day. These psople are as ignorant, hateful, and sinful as their forebears…..

  7. Im surprised at how many Jews dont understand Torah and Jewish geneology….and a certain hypocrisy exist when they can readily accept a Rabbi as being Messiah but not Yeshua. Because Yeshua didn't follow Torah and was a partner with God?…But Moses wasnt?…
    Odd…they cant even consider the new covenant written on tbe hearts of men as a possibility that Yeshua was the one who was the prophet who brought the new covenant teachings…i wonder what they think the new covenant spoken of by Jeremiah 31 is? And what is the scriptural basis of this new covenant?…perhaps Messiaha brings this teaching?….interesting, sound familiar to anyone in history?

  8. Confusion: First the man talks about “The Jewish belief “.as if there is one unified authority that all Jews prescribe to !
    Then one man says “ there are many messiahs….Moses was a messiah “ and then the other fellow says we are awaiting “THE Messiah” as in saying there has been no other person as the awaited messiah.
    Question : is the Messiah a UNIQUE person ? Because only a unique person can bring about world peace, which is one the things I hear Jews say the Messiah will do and therefore deny Jesus / Yeshua as the Messiah!

    Or if the Messiah is just a holy man who was rejected by his people like many of the biblical prophets…. why could it not have been Jesus/ Yeshua ?

    In many ways Judaism as it is being practice looks like an organized rejection of one particular figure in Jewish history.🤔

  9. The man that states that his rabbi is a direct descendant of king Dave’s offer no evidence or direction by t claims this a sign that his rabbi is the messiah 🤷🏻‍♂️

  10. First guy's answer didn't make sense, he said Jesus became Christian but we all know Jesus was born Jewish and died Jewish, Christianism became after his death. (I obviously respect their opnion.)

    Its definately not an ism 😉💝🙏

  12. It is high time to stop christians supporting zionists.. I hope America and other evangelical christians will understand it soon. In another episode about Jesus, once person said Rabbi asked Him to wait, and he left. Now another one is saying He looked at a lady. So He was thrown out. These people can't even make a single when they make fake news?

  13. Some Chabadniks do believe that the Rebbe ZT”L is Moshiach, but they do not view him as their salvation or god chas v’shalom. To say that a dead man is moshiah is a heretic POV, even if that man was a great tzadik, but it is pure idolatry to claim that a man is a god. So Jews who claim that the Rebbe is moshiach are just wrong from a Torah perspective, but they are not idolaters like the Christians. There are other differences between the two beliefs, they’re extremely different in so many ways, but the issue of idolatry is clearly the biggest difference. For example, some Jews will not daven in a Chabad shul because they believe that it is not appropriate to be part of a minyan with Jews that promote heretic ideas, but halacha dictates that a Jew can’t even enter a place of idol worship like a church.

  14. ALL of the respondents were ignorant. I am an expert on the subject and have written extensively on it. Neither the Lubavitcher Rebbe nor Jesus were the Messiah. As Maimonides explains (Kings Chapters 11,12) Neither one fulfilled the missions of the Messiah before they died. There is absolutely no proof of a "second coming" to complete the missions of the Messiah. What people don't understand is, the Messiah has a two fold mission (forgiveness of sin is not one of them). 1. To eliminate the enemies of G-d, 2. Bring the Jewish People back on track as the spiritual mentors of the world, a Holy and Priestly Nation. Fulfilling the first charge will be done in two ways. A. to influence all peoples to believe in the One True G-d (as Israel believes) B. Physically eliminate the die hards that can't be influenced by peaceful means. Thus the Messiah will be a leader, a human king of Israel, who will be profoundly spiritual, and at the same time the most mighty warrior who ever lived. Although a great man, Rabbi Schneerson, nor anyone else heretofore was not close to the level the Messiah will be on, and I would venture to say, he would admit this is true. As for Jesus, ignorant people conflate the two people in history who were named Jesus and led Jewish people astray. They lived about 100 years apart. The first Jesus is the one who really sank into decadence. However, it is possible he tried to repent before he was executed. The second Jesus was a fully practicing Jew who although observing everything the rabbis prescribed, was highly critical of how they spoke against the ignorant class. There is a lot more, but I don't have time now.

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