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Do You Pity The Jews For Not Believing That One Of Their Own, Jesus, Was The Pro

  1. ngureco profile image84
    ngurecoposted 8 years ago

    Do You Pity The Jews For Not Believing That One Of Their Own, Jesus, Was The Prophesied Messiah?

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    ellie1142545posted 8 years ago

    No, I don't pity them....The Jews of today, are not responsible for what was done by their ancestors two thousand years ago....

    And today, there are those, who believe that Jesus was/is the Messiah, and that He will return to take them home....

  3. Born Again 05 profile image80
    Born Again 05posted 8 years ago

    God is not finished with the Jewish people yet. They are His chosen people. When the time comes and end time prophecies are fulfilled, He will have saved a remnant of 144,000 Jewish people. Even today, there are many of the Jewish faith that are coming to know the Lord. I bear witness of the Lord to them as I do to anyone else that doesn't know Christ.

  4. Koby profile image56
    Kobyposted 8 years ago

    Not at all, considering I am a Jew and find this question to be slightly condescending.

    I don't know why anybody should pity the Jews for this, because a God that believes in justice will reward goodness despite what they believe.  This is just my opinion.

  5. Kebennett1 profile image60
    Kebennett1posted 8 years ago

    No, I too feel that God is not finished with His chosen yet. As the Bible, the Word of God tell's us. The Jews are His chosen people, and He loves them. God has already made provisions in the end time prophesies that His people will come to know him and many will be saved! It is all in His plan. I do not feel this is a condescending question either. It is more a question of concern for the Jewish Nation and I believe the writer asked it with good intentions. Not everyone is down on Jews! For the most part Christians are a loving people just like most Jewish people. There are those of coarse who carry the title of a religion but don't walk the walk of love! That is a pity, it ruins it for those who do.