Amir Tsarfati was born in Israel to a Jewish family that did not want him. Although he loved his nation, he saw no hope for himself. He decided to end his life. When he was about to commit suicide, he became convinced to give the world one last chance. That week, his friend’s family ended their dinner prayer: "B'shem Yeshua (In the name of Jesus)." He was shocked. Why pray in the name of Jesus? Jews believe in the God of Israel. Is God not enough? See this MUST WATCH video, “Jesus in the Old Testament”: https://youtu.be/bHf-keOlUHc Sign up to watch this exclusive, eye-opening interview not included in the film: https://anchorednorth.org/hear-o-isra... Over two thousand years ago, the people of Israel were worshipping the God of Israel in the Jerusalem temple. Amid tragic circumstances, all of their writings and prophets pointed to one thing: the hopeful, anticipated arrival of Israel’s Messiah. It is written: • He will come through the seed of the woman (Gen 3:15). • He will come through the line of David (2 Sam 7:10-13; Ps 132:11b). • He will come from the town of Bethlehem (Micah 5:2). • He will be born of a virgin (Is 7:14). • He will be called “Immanuel” (Is 7:14). • He will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Eternal Father, Prince of Peace (Is 9:6c). • He will bring good news to the afflicted (Is 61:1-3). • He will serve as a channel of divine blessing to the world (Gen 12:1-3). • He will die as a substitutionary sacrifice for guilty sinners to provide forgiveness and salvation (Is 53:1-12; Zech 3:9). • He will be resurrected from the dead (Ps 16:10). • He will come again in judgment upon the nations (Is 63:1-6). • He will build the Temple of the Lord and rule on His throne as Priest (Zech 6:12-15). • He will reign in perfect peace, justice, and righteousness as King over the entire earth (Gen 49:10; Num 24:17-19; Ps 2:6-12, 110:1-7; Is 9:6b-7, 11:1-16, 42:1-4; Jer 23:5, 33:14-2; Zech 9:10). • He will unify and restore the nation of Israel (Ezek 36:16-38, 37:15-28). • He will feed and protect Israel as her divine Shepherd (Ezek 34:23-31, 37:15-28). • He will bring salvation to Israel and reign over her as King (Is 49:5-6a; Micah 5:2; Jer 23:5-6, 30:21, 33:16; Ezek 37:15-28). • He will be given glory and everlasting dominion over all the nations of the earth, and His kingdom will be established forever (Dan 7:13-14; 2 Sam 7:10-13; Ps 132:11b). Jesus Christ is this Messiah, and He is all over the Jewish Scriptures. If you are struggling with seeing Jesus as the Messiah, our hearts go out to you. We lovingly want you to know that Christ has not come to abolish everything you know but rather to fulfill it. The house of Israel must know for certain that this Jesus whom the Jews crucified, God has made Him both Lord and Christ. Run to the Messiah and be saved in this life and the life to come. Today is the day of salvation. To learn more about Jesus as the Messiah, text (800) NEED-HIM | (800) 633-3446.