URAVIP2ME said: ↑
The old Mosaic Law showed the Jews in their imperfect or sinful state they needed Messiah to fulfill that old Law.
I would say the Jews' version of the Kingdom of God is found at Daniel 2:44-45.
God's Kingdom government will be the last one standing after all the other political powers are brought down.
Brought down by that figurative ' stone ' (Daniel 2:35,45)Well it does seem that it is beyond man to redeem another - Psalms 49:7David Davidovich said: ↑
Well, thank you for your answer, however, I find it interesting that practicing Jews who exist today don't view the Torah law (as they call it) that way. Also, I don't even think that there's a verse in the Hebrew scriptures that actually says that.
A Super human would be needed - Psalms 49:15; Psalms 49:20
But where in the Torah law does it show that Jews in their imperfect or sinful state needed Messiah to fulfill that old Law? Because as far as I know, that's a Christian concept and not a Jewish concept that can be found in the Hebrew scriptures. Also, you can ask the Jewish poster named @Ehav4Ever about that because he would be able to give you a more accurate answer than I could.
Also, all Psalms 49:7 and Psalms 49:15 are stating are negatives, and neither one of those negatives states what you are claiming that the Hebrew scriptures are saying. You are only making a supposition based on scriptural eisegesis instead of a careful scriptural exegesis.