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Commentaries from ancient Jewish Rabbis who lived righteous lives point to and identify The Man:   the Messiah of Israel.

    Although not Scripture, the writings of various Targums and the Sanhedrin confirm the identity of the Messiah.  Both appearances of  Messiah are clearly identified by ancient rabbinical writings.

    God called one man, the man Abraham, to bring forth a nation.  And He called that nation, Israel, to bring forth The Man:  the Messiah!

Deuteronomy 6:4

   Commenting on this passage the Zohar says:   "Why is there need of mentioning the Name of God three times in this verse?   The first Jehovah is the Father above.  The second is the Stem of Jesse through David:  the Messiah, who is to come from the family of Jesse through David.   And the third one is the Way which is below and these three are one."

    In another place the Zohar says:  "The Ancient of Days has three heads.  He reveals Himself in three archtypes, all three forming but one.  He is thus symbolized by the number three."  [Zohar iii.288b]



RABBI  5  Deuteronomy 6:4 - The Lord our God is one Lord.