The Messianic Jew – conflicted, rejected, alienated, due self-righteousness and Moses…
The struggle for the Messianic Jew is Israel’s obsession with self-righteousness through Law (Romans 10; Galatians). Israel is inherently arrogant and the Tribes think themselves superior to the rest of humanity due to Elohim’s sanctification of their tribes, the covenants enacted for His eschatological purposes yet it was Israel’s arrogance and self-righteousness that condemned them and resulted in their failure to complete Elohim’s eschatological will for the Tribes concerning the Gospel, Messiah, a promise to be a blessing to every family of the Earth (Genesis 12:3) through Messiah via the Gospel via faith via the Great Commission (Matthew 28).
The Messianic Jew is certainly conflicted as they desire to honor Yeshua but simply cannot let go of Moses or at a minimum, place Moses in his proper perspective. The Messianic Jew struggles with “faith” as they relent to vain attempts to keep the written code in order to supplement saving faith in Yeshua; that is, the Messianic Jew arrogantly and sadly believes that Yahweh is not pleased with faith alone in Messiah but that they, in self-righteousness, must supplement grace, they must play a role in their own salvation through observing days, diets, traditions, ordinances, while not understanding that they’re denying the fundamental element of New Covenant relationship with the Father, FAITH-ALONE IN YESHUA, ALONE (Ephesians 2:8-9; Romans 3:21).
For this reason, “many” Messianic Jews will approach Yeshua at Judgment (Revelation 20:11-15) and point to their wonderful works in His Name and Yeshua will tell them, away from Me you workers of iniquity, I never knew you (Matthew 7:21-23); this, because the Messianic Jew trusted in their own self-righteousness through Moses for their salvation and denied the sole-sufficiency of Yeshua to save by faith (Galatians 2:16; Romans 10; Romans 9:27). This is why only a remnant of Israel’s children will escape the “second death” in Hell, they rejected Elohim’s grace through faith for works of the Law as they idolize Moses and reject the divine sufficiency of Yeshua to save by faith-belief-trust (Isaiah 10:22; Romans 9:27).