Jews reject Jesus to this day as the Messiah sent by God Almighty. They don't even consider him as a prophet. So my question is whether followers of Judaism have received any prophets since Jesus. If so, what did they say?
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Since the rejection of Jesus Christ our Messiah there has been multiple self proclaimed Messiahs to the Jewish Nation as well as prophet like people. Remember the words of Jesus in John 5:43? The Jews did not want someone to save them from their sins they wanted salvation from the Roman Empire. Simon bar Kokhba promised this and created a Jewish State free from Roman rule for about 3 years. He, of course, failed and as a result over 500,000 Jews were killed which is considered the final blow against the Jews making them a devastated people. Moses of Crete promised the Jews in Crete that he would lead them back to Palestine as the biblical Moses once did. He convinced them to jump off a cliff where they all died. There are at least twenty other well known false Messiahs or prophets/leaders that have risen up after Jesus Christ, a quick Internet search will reveal them and what they did.
There have been no prophets sent by God to the Jews since Christ. The Aaronic priesthood no longer exists - it has been replaced by the Melkizedek priesthood of Christianity. This doesn't mean that the Jewish religion is dead or that Jews never have mystical experiences. The intention of God is that Judaism and Christianity will be coming together after the second coming of Christ. (Romans 11:16-32) The two sticks of Ezekiel 37:16-22 includes Christians, who are of the house of Israel since they are of spiritual Israel. At Christ's second coming to judge the nations (Matt 25: 31-46) there will be a new Covenant, the Kingdom Covenant, instituted where Christ will be sitting on the Father's throne for 1,000 years. It will be the end of the Age of Grace. Christianity as we know it will end, to be replaced by an unknown combination of Law and Grace. This is implied in Luke 13:32 and the construction of the tabernacle in the wilderness. The first holy place prefigures the two days or 2,000 years of Christianity and the most holy place the 1,000 years of Christ's rule. The first veil represents Christ's 3.5 year ministry and the second veil His Second Coming. Judaism will also be ending in its current form. The terms of the new covenant are indicated in the seven-sealed scroll of Revelation (Rev. 5 - 7, 8.1), which no one on earth has yet been permitted to read.This shift in Judaism over to the Messiah is prefigured in the two tablets of the Law brought down by Moses. One tablet mystically represents the laws of Moses, and the other the laws of the Messiah. The separation between the two tablets implies the great suffering and blindness by the Israelites in going from one to the other.
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