Jewish Kings and Monarchs: From King David to the Messiah Live webinar

  Shalom from Israel! United with Israel is happy to invite you to an interactive webinar broadcast LIVE from Israel on Thursday, August 20, 2020. Renown speaker and scholar Rabbi Ari Enkin presents highly educational, thought provoking, inspiring classes covering topics from the Land of Israel to Bible study to contemporary Jewish and Israeli issues and more. This week, Rabbi Enkin’s topic will be:
Jewish Kings and Monarchs: From King David to the Messiah Live webinar will be broadcast on Thursday August 20 at:
10:00am EDT (Eastern USA)
3:00pm London time
5:00pm Jerusalem time
12:00am (Friday) Melbourne, Australia Space is limited so please be sure to sign into the class early. If you registered for a previous week’s class you may use the same link to attend. Otherwise, please register for the webinar below. Click Here to Register for the Zoom Webinar Rabbi Enkin will begin the class with a review of this week’s Torah portion, “Shoftim” (Deuteronomy 16:18-21:9). After a brief overview of the Torah portion and the many commandments that it contains, Rabbi Enkin will discuss the history of the monarchy in the Land of Israel and review the life of King David and Solomon. We will explore some of the lesser-known facts and details of the final king: King Messiah. Register NOW for Rabbi Ari Enkin’s LIVE Webinar Although not required, please consider making a donation support United with Israel’s ongoing program by clicking here. It would be greatly appreciated! We look forward to seeing you there! With Blessings from Israel, The United with Israel Team CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

9 thoughts on “Jewish Kings and Monarchs: From King David to the Messiah Live webinar

  1. Although these interactive seminars led by Rav Ari Enkin are aimed at the Jewish community, there are a few Christian participants who love / respect / support Israel, the Tanakh and the Jewish people.
    Rav Enkin is a kindly, gracious and learned man who gives of his time and energy to make these seminars such a pleasure for everyone. Not only do we learn, but we get to meet Jewish people from many different backgrounds, and this too is a blessing.
    So thankyou UWI for making it possible, and thank you Rav Ari for your time and learning.

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    1. As an advocate for restoring the Jewish (Davidic) Monarchy to it’s place in Jewish history, please read more about the Davidic Dynasty (at DavidicDynasty.org). One Rabbi, Yosef Dayan lives in Israel and his son served in the IDF! According to experts he has the best “father-to-son” lineage directly back to King David and he serves in the Nascent Sanhedrin.

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      1. Are you actually Jewish? I think the obstacles to what you suggest are unsurmountable, but I do believe that the Jews remain the People of the Covenant, and that Gentiles are grafted into the Commonwealth of Israel through Yeshua haMashiach.

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      2. Yes, I’m Jewish. why would you think that restoring the Davidic Monarchy is unsurmountable? Google Rabbi Yosef Dayan. As for Yeshua being Moshiach: compare Matthew 16.28 with Acts 1.6-7 and ask yourself why the Kingdom was not restored to the House of David and Israel. It has to do with Devarim (Deuteronomy) 13…!

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      3. Hmm, reluctant as I am to get into controversies I fail to see how Deuteronomy 13 conflicts with what Yeshua says. For example in Luke 4, He says “Thou shalt worship the Lord thy God and Him only shalt thou serve..” To try and forestall any further debate I would add that we also see Yeshua as the second Adam. The first Adam lost his authority over creation by disobeying God’s direct command, and consequently with Eve was driven out of Gan Eden..
        Are you sure you’re Jewish? It’s just that I lived five years in Israel, and you don’t fit the pattern..

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      4. In Matthew 16.28, Yeshua misappropriated the title “Son of Man” (Ezekiel 29.1-2) and prophesied the restoration of the Kingdom to Israel “before the death of his disciples” and that did not happen as Acts 1.6-7 demonstrates. As such we apply Devarim 13 to his prophesy.

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      5. At what point in Jewish history was Yeshua (Jesus) ever anointed as King of Israel with anointing oil by the Prophet Elijah? The answer is never because he has Jechoniah as a ancestor who was cursed in Jeremiah and therefore he could not and cannot be King of Israel!!! Jeremiah (22:28–30) cursed Jechoniah that none of his descendants would ever sit on the throne of Israel:

        This is what the L-RD says: ‘Record this man as if childless, a man who will not prosper in his lifetime, for none of his offspring will prosper, none will sit on the throne of David or rule anymore in Judah.
        — Jeremiah 22:30, NIV

        Since Yeshua (Jesus) has Nathan (Luke 3.31) and Jechoniah (Matthew 1.11-12) as ancestors, and the Moshiach must descend from King David through Melek (King) Shlomo (Solomon); Yeshua’s (Jesus’) genealogy disqualifies him from being a King over Yisrael (Israel)!

        On top of his genealogical disqualifications; there is the matter of his making a false prophesy in Matthew 16.28 wherein he claimed that his disciples would see the Kingdom restored to Israel. Because Acts 1.6-7 demonstrates that he did not know when the Kingdom would be restored to Israel we apply Devarim 13 to Yeshua’s false prophesy and classify him as a nevi sheker a false prophet worthy of death!!

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    2. As an advocate for restoring the Jewish (Davidic) Monarchy to it’s place in Jewish history, please read more about the Davidic Dynasty (at DavidicDynasty.org). One Rabbi, Yosef Dayan lives in Israel and his son served in the IDF! According to genealogical experts he has the best “father-to-son” lineage directly back to King David and he serves in the Nascent Sanhedrin.

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