Messiah | Second Coming

“Then He strictly ordered His disciples not to tell anyone that He was the Messiah” (Matthew 16:20).

There is an old Rabbinic tale about an unemployed Jewish man who asks his Rabbi to help him find work. “You’re in luck,” the Rabbi says. “It so happens that we have an opening at the synagogue. Moreover, it’s an easy job. All you have to do is stand outside the synagogue and watch for the coming of the Messiah.” “How much does it pay?” asks the job-seeker. “Five hundred dollars a year,” says the Rabbi. “But that’s so little,” the man protests. “Oh, but the work is steady,” says the Rabbi.

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