Messianic Prophecy with Audio Series
The Messiah Will Come Twice
The Messiah will Come Twice: Once as Savior, Second as King
"The Spirit of the Lord GOD is upon Me, because the LORD has anointed Me to
preach good tidings to the poor; he has sent Me to heal the brokenhearted, to
proclaim liberty to the captives, and the opening of the prison to those who are
bound; To proclaim the acceptable year of the LORD, and the day of vengeance of
Matt 11:5 The blind see and the lame walk; the lepers are cleansed and
the deaf hear; the dead are raised up and the poor have the gospel preached to
For the Son of Man will come in the glory of His Father with
His angels, and then He will reward each according to his works.
- The Messiah would have two missions, his first coming would be as a lamb and
his second coming would be as a lion.
- His first mission would be to serve man, performing miracles, helping the
needy and ultimately to suffer and die for the sins of the world, the ultimate
form of serving.
- His second mission would be to exercise vengeance on the enemies of God and of
Israel. He would rid the world of all rebellion, including all principalities
and demonic powers. He would pour out his wrath on all sinful mankind and judge
- The Hebrew Old Testament also reveals the Messiah as a King who would come
to set up a kingdom. All the world would come to worship Him in Jerusalem.
- Isaiah reveals that the Messiah would be filled with the Holy Spirit, the word
"upon" has a sense of permanency, and speaks of a public consecration as at His
- Messiah would be anointed to preach the good tidings (gospel) to the poor
as the prophet, priest and king were anointed with oil, which typified the Holy
- The word "hath anointed me" is mashach
and is from the same root as the
- The word "poor" speaks of the meek and humble in heart.
- He would be sent (apostle) by the Lord to heal the brokenhearted and proclaim
liberty to those in captivity. Brokenhearted speaks of those who know the weight
of sin and seek deliverance.
- Proclaiming liberty to the captives was an interesting choice of words in
light of the Babylonian captivity. It describes the deliverance from sin and
- The Hebrew word for deliverance is the same word used to grant bond-servants
freedom in the year of the Jubilee. (Lev 25:10).
- Opening the prison to those who are bound speaks of the blindness that
comes from the darkness of the dungeon, and the sudden opening of the eyes.
- The acceptable year of the Lord speaks of the freedom of the year of Jubilee
in its fulfillment.
- In Luke 4:20-21 Jesus purposely closed the Book at the point where it says
"and the day of vengeance" because this would not be the purpose in His first
Messianic Prophecy Audio Series with
Shahar from Jerusalem
Would Have Two Missions - Isaiah 61:1-2 Part One and
Part Two -
(MP3 File) -
(from the Hebrew perspective)