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Mashiach (or Moshiach) is the English transliteration of the Hebrew Word meaning Messiah “Anointed One.” To be anointed means to pour or rub olive oil to give honor, or to appoint for a special task. (Ex. 28:40-41) The Tanakh (Holy Scriptures) contain prophesies that teach G-d’s commandments and laws, and communicate G-d’s plan and ways about Mashiach to all people.
Tanakh is an acronym that uses the first letters in the three divisions of the Hebrew Scriptures.
Torah: The five books of Moses; Nevi’im: Prophets; and Ketuvim: Writings
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Mashiach in the Tanakh
Mashiach is the English transliteration of the Hebrew Word that means Messiah “Anointed One.” To be anointed means to pour or rub olive oil on to give honor, or to appoint for a special task (Ex. 28:40-41). The Tanakh (Holy Scriptures) are filled with prophecies that teach G-d’s commandments and laws, and communicate G-d’s plan and ways to all people.
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Here at Tanakh Treasure, we are driven by a single goal; to do our part in making the world a better place for all. Our decision making process is informed by comprehensive empirical studies and high quality data evaluation. We believe that understanding of Mashiach is the greatest Treasure found in the Tanakh.
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Mishnah - Sanhedrin 4:5
Therefore, humans were created singly, to teach you that whoever destroys a single soul (of Israel), Scripture accounts it as if he had destroyed a full world; and whoever saves one soul of Israel, Scripture accounts it as if he had saved a full world.
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The Holy Scriptures, originally written in Hebrew, are referred to as the Tanakh (also Tenakh or Tanach) which is an acronym using the first letters of the three divisions of the Scriptures.
Torah: The five books of Moses, also called the Chumash (“five part” in Hebrew) and Pentateuch (“five scrolls” in Greek).
Nevi’im: “The Prophets” and Ketuvim: “The Writings”.