Messiah is a Hebrew word signifying “Blessed One.” Anointing was utilized, in addition to other things, to connote that lords had been picked by God (1 Samuel 15:1; 1 Samuel 16:12-13; 1 Kings 1:34). Christ signifies “Blessed One” in Greek, the dialect in which the New Testament has been saved for us—the same as the Hebrew word Messiah. The two terms mean a similar thing (John 1:41; John 4:25).
A forecasted lord and kingdom
The Hebrews comprehended that their Scriptures contained numerous predictions of a supernaturally designated ruler who might reestablish the wonderfulness and loftiness of the kingdom of Israel. For instance, Isaiah 9:6-7 says: “… The legislature will be upon His shoulder … Of the expansion of His administration and peace there will be no end, upon the royal position of David and over His kingdom, to arrange it … Read the rest