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Crown them: Gutsy LA Kings win Stanley Cup again

14 June 2014 | 8:06 am LOS ANGELES (AP) Dustin Brown skated over to Gary Bettman and practically snatched the 35-pound silver trophy out of the NHL commissioner's hands, thrusting it skyward while a packed arena roared.–spt.html

NHL – LA Kings win thrilling Stanley Cup finale

14 June 2014 | 6:53 am The Los Angeles Kings saved their ultimate climactic finish for the grand finale on Friday as they seized the Stanley Cup.–nhl.html

LA Kings win the Cup on Martinez's double-OT goal

14 June 2014 | 5:54 am The longest postseason for the Los Angeles Kings led into the longest game they had ever played. After 94 minutes of impossibly tense hockey, Alec Martinez could scarcely believe it when a rebound off Henrik Lundqvist's pads came straight to his stick. ''I'm just so happy for these guys.'' From their first elimination game seven weeks ago to Martinez's championship-winning goal, these Kings were …–nhl.html

Let's watch the LA Kings — and fans — celebrate the Stanley Cup …

14 June 2014 | 5:27 am But you know what's better than the actual hockey moment leading to a title? CELEBRATING: VICTORY DOGPILE. 20140613_jla_am8_240.jpg.0_medium. Richard Mackson, USA Today Sports. Cup2_1_medium. The first …

Celebrities Tweet Excitement for L.A. Kings' Stanley Cup Win …

14 June 2014 | 4:53 am Celebrities Tweet Excitement for L.A. Kings' Stanley Cup Win! The Los Angeles Kings have won the Stanley Cup for the second time in three years and it is safe to say that tons of the celebrities in Hollywood are psyched!

L.A. Kings Win Stanley Cup on Alec Martinez Goal in Double …

14 June 2014 | 4:38 am The Los Angeles Kings are the 2013-2014 Stanley Cup champions. Alec Martinez scored 14:43 into double-overtime of Game 5 to give the Kings a 3-2 win and their second Cup in 3 seasons. Justin Williams was awarded the …

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    • Curator says:

      Messiah—-From the Hebrew root verb ma·shach′, meaning “smear,” and so “anoint.” (Ex 29:2, 7) Messiah (ma·shi′ach) means “anointed” or “anointed one.” The Greek equivalent is Khri·stos′, or Christ.—Mt 2:4, ftn.

      In the Hebrew Scriptures the verbal adjective form ma·shi′ach is applied to many men. David was officially appointed to be king by being anointed with oil and so is spoken of as “anointed one” or, literally, “messiah.” (2Sa 19:21; 22:51; 23:1; Ps 18:50) Other kings, including Saul and Solomon, are termed “anointed one” or “the anointed of Jehovah.” (1Sa 2:10, 35; 12:3, 5; 24:6, 10; 2Sa 1:14, 16; 2Ch 6:42; La 4:20) The term is also applied to the high priest. (Le 4:3, 5, 16; 6:22) The patriarchs Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob are called Jehovah’s “anointed ones.” (1Ch 16:16, 22, ftn) Persian King Cyrus is termed “anointed one,” in that he was appointed by God for a certain assignment.—Isa 45:1

      In the Christian Greek Scriptures the transliterated form Mes·si′as occurs in the Greek text at John 1:41, with the explanation, “which means, when translated, Christ.” (See also Joh 4:25.) Sometimes the word Khri·stos′ is used alone with reference to the one who is or who claims to be the Messiah, or the Anointed One. (Mt 2:4; 22:42; Mr 13:21) In most of its appearances, though, Khri·stos′ is accompanied by the personal name Jesus, as in the expressions “Jesus Christ” or “Christ Jesus,” to designate him as the Messiah. At times the word is used alone but specifically referring to Jesus with the understanding that Jesus is The Christ, as in the statement, “Christ died for us.”—Ro 5:8; Joh 17:3; 1Co 1:1, 2; 16:24.

      Messiah in the Hebrew Scriptures. At Daniel 9:25, 26 the word ma·shi′ach applies exclusively to the coming Messiah. However, many other texts of the Hebrew Scriptures also point to this coming One, even if not exclusively so. For instance, Psalm 2:2 evidently had first application at the time when Philistine kings tried to unseat anointed King David. But a second application, to the foretold Messiah, is established by Acts 4:25-27, where the text is applied to Jesus Christ. Also, many of the men called “anointed” in various ways prefigured, or pictured, Jesus Christ and the work he would do; among these were David, the high priest of Israel, and Moses (spoken of as “Christ” at Heb 11:23-26).

      Prophecies not using “Messiah.” Numerous other Hebrew Scripture texts that do not specifically mention “Messiah” were understood by the Jews as prophecies applying to that one. Alfred Edersheim located 456 passages to which the “ancient Synagogue referred as Messianic,” and there were 558 references in the most ancient rabbinic writings supporting such applications. (The Life and Times of Jesus the Messiah, 1906, Vol. I, p. 163; Vol. II, pp. 710-737) As an example, Genesis 49:10 prophesied that the ruling scepter would belong to the tribe of Judah and that Shiloh would come through that line. The Targum of Onkelos, the Jerusalem Targums, and the Midrash all recognize the expression “Shiloh” as applying to the Messiah.

      The Hebrew Scriptures contain many prophecies that provide details about the Messiah’s background, time of appearance, activities, treatment by others, and place in God’s arrangement. The various indications about the Messiah thus combined to form one grand picture that would help true worshipers to identify him. This would provide a basis for faith in him as the true Leader sent by Jehovah. Though the Jews did not recognize ahead of time all the prophecies that related to the Anointed One, the evidence in the Gospels shows that they had sufficient knowledge by which to recognize the Messiah when he did appear.

      Today, those who regard themselves as literal Jews are still looking for the Messiah. But they do have several problems. First and foremost has to do with what happened in 70 CE. Rome sacked Jerusalem. During that sacking, the Temple was razed. Clear to the very floor, it was destroyed. Why is this important? The official genealogies were all destroyed. What does that matter? No Jew today can determine what tribe he belongs to. No Jew can be a priest. No Jew can be a king. There can only be a Rabbi or teacher. No one can claim to be of the Kingly tribe, Judah. No one can be a Levite or of the house of Aaron.

      So today, many Jews are teaching that a messiah is not important. Others refuse to look at their Torah and seek to find the one in fulfilling the prophecy of Daniel as to the time of his anointing.

      However, today some Jews do understand the messiah prophecies. And they are happy to have found the Messiah. They know him to be a mighty King who will rid this world of all unrighteousness.

      When this happens all conjecture will cease.

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