This is the final post our series. To see Part One, click here. To see Part Two, click here. To see Part Three, click here. In the article, it says:
“Mashiach shall meditate on the Torahand be preoccupied with mitzvot. He shall teach all the Jewish people and instruct them in the way of G-d. He will prevail upon Israel to follow and observe the Torah, repair its breaches, and fight the battles of G-d. Mashiach will reveal altogether new insights, making manifest the hidden mysteries of the Torah,to the point that “all the Torah learned in the present world will be vain compared to the Torah of Mashiach.” Though Mashiach comes first and foremost to Israel, all the nations will recognize his wisdom and sublimity and submit to his rule. He will guide and instruct them as well. There is no need for Mashiach to perform signs and wonders to prove himself. Nonetheless, he will do so.”
As far as the signs and wonders issue, I have covered this issue in detail in this post here: A Look at Messianic Prophecy: Who is the Prophet of Deuteronomy 18:15-18?
As far as the Torah issue and the Messiah, I discuss that here: The Scandal of the Incarnation: A Closer Look at the Incarnation in Jewish Though