YAHUSHA: The Prophet Like Moshe

“Yahuah, your Elohim shall raise up to you a prophet of your brethren, like me; him shall ye hear:  I will raise up to them a prophet of their brethren, like you; and I will put my words in his mouth, and he shall speak to them as I shall command him. And whatever man shall not hearken to whatsoever words that prophet shall speak in my name, I will take vengeance on him”
Deuteronomy 18:15, 18-19

We know Yahuah has sent many prophets over time. Yet, there was to be one specifically ‘like Moshe’. All would have to hearken to this great prophet, or Yahuah would take vengeance on him.

I will raise up unto them a Prophet from, among their brethren in whom shall be the Holy Spirit, as in thee; and I will put My Word of prophecy in his mouth, and he shall speak with them whatsoever I command him; and the man who will not hearken to the words of My prophecy which shall be spoken in My Name, My Word shall take vengeance upon him”
Deuteronomy 18 Aramaic Targums

Let’s take a look at some of the characteristics of Moshe:

  • He survived the killing of thousands of infants. (Shemot) Ex 1:22-2:10

  • He was opposed by his own family. (Bemidbar) Numbers 12:1

  • He tried to atone for the sins of Israel. (Shemot) Ex. 32:30

  • He was the most meek man on the face of the earth. (Bemidbar) Num 12:3

  • He had power over the sea. (Shemot) Ex 14:21

  • He walked through the Red Sea. (Shemot) Ex 14:22

  • His face shined with light. (Shemot) Ex. 34:30

  • He was the giver of the Torah. (Shemot) Ex 31:18

  • He was the judge of Israel. (Shemot) Ex 18:13

  • He was the intercessor for Israel. (Shemot) Ex 20:19

  • He conducted miracles. (Shemot) Ex 7:20

  • He rescued Israel out of bondage. (Shemot) Ex 12

  • He fed Israel with miraculous food. (Shemot) Ex 16:9

  • He arrived on a donkey. (Shemot) Ex. 4:20

  • He was the giver of a blood covenant. (Shemot) Ex 19:5-6

  • He went up to YHWH on the third day. (Shemot) Ex 19:16

  • He fasted 40 days and nights. (Shemot) Ex 34:27-28

  • He gave atonement instructions. (Wayiqra) Lev 4:1-35

  • He chose 12 men to go out for Israel. (Bemidbar) Numbers 13:1-16

 

Now that we have quickly recapped some of the likeness of Moshe, let us now see the undeniably identical characteristics of Yahusha, our true Messiah and great prophet:

 

  • He survived the killing of thousands of infants. Matt 2:13-18

  • He was opposed by his own family. Mark 3:20-21

  • He atoned for the sins of Israel. Matt 20:28

  • He was the most meek man on the earth. Matt 11:29, 5:5

  • He had power over the sea. Mark 4:39-41

  • He walked on the sea. Matt 14:22-33

  • His face shined with light. Matt 17:1-3

  • He was the giver of the Torah. Matt 5:17-20

  • He was the judge of Israel. Jn 5:30

  • He was the intercessor for Israel. Jn 17:1-26, 14:6

  • He conducted miracles. Matt 11:4-6

  • He rescued Israel out of bondage. Jn 8:33-36

  • He fed Israel with miraculous food. Matt 14:15-21

  • He arrived on a donkey. Matt 21:1-11

  • He was the giver of a blood covenant. Matt 26:28

  • He went up to YHWH on the third day. Matt 27:62-28:6

  • He fasted 40 days and nights. Matt 4:2

  • He gave atonement instructions. Matt 19:16-22, 28:19-20, Matt 4:17

  • He chose 12 men to go out for Israel. Matt 10:1

 

Undoubtedly, Yahusha is the one prophesied about in Deuteronomy 18.

 

I am come in my Father’s name, and ye receive me not: if another shall come in his own name, him ye will receive. How can ye believe, which receive honor one of another, and seek not the honor that comes from Elohim only? Do not think that I will accuse you to the Father: there is one that accuses you, even Moses, in whom ye trust. For had ye believed Moses, ye would have believed me; for he wrote of me. But if ye believe not his writings, how shall ye believe my words?
John 5:43-47

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