A Jew's passion is for God. The first and most basic statement of the Jewish faith proclaims our love and faith in One God, and our commitment and covenant to serve Him with all our heart, soul and strength.
Our prayers are full of praise for the Creator, echoing the joy and passion of the relationship that was conceived with Abraham,and given birth at Sinai.
We relate to God as a loving and perfect father, and as a benevolent and wise king whom we serve.
It is a relationship with roots in history, and a view toward the future.
For thousands of years the Jewish people has held to the promise of a better world.
A time when all mankind will know, love and serve God.
A world of peace, justice, and goodness.
It will be a time when the Holy Temple will be rebuilt, when Jews will return to the land of Israel, when Israel will be secure within its borders and war will be no more.
He is known in our scriptures as HaMoshiach:-- the annointed one, the Messiah. Leading our people at that time will be one man, our king, chosen by God.
He is known in our scriptures as HaMoshiach -- the annointed one, the Messiah.
Who is the Messiah? What do the Jewish scriptures teach about him? How will we know who he is?
The Jewish people have been scorned, exiled and persecuted in the name of other messiahs What about other messianic claims? Do they fulfill the expectations?
We will look at some of the answers throughout this site. It is our hope that what you find here will help inspire and give understanding to the JEWISH PASSION FOR GOD.