Red Heifer Birth Paves Way For Renewed Temple Service

Karlysymon

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Honest question to those who believe that Israel occupies some special place in prophecy:

Let's imagine that the temple is erected and all the sanctuary rituals aswell as the festivals and high holidays are re-enacted. You know, Jewish males are supposed to go up to Jerusalem 3 times a year...i mean the whole thing, as it was in the OT.

We are told that God will swoop in and save Israel from Gog & Magog. Now, if you believe that Israel's actions in resuming the sanctuary rituals are a blatant rejection of Christ and His sacrifice, is it not contradictory to also believe that despite that rejection, God will still highly esteem Israel enough to fight her battles and rescue her? Inspite of the historical precedents where punishment for rejecting God had a face; the Assyrians, Babylonians and the Romans?

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The prophecy about the putting forth "new shoots/leaves" in the land of Israel marked the return of Christ, during His Second Coming, before Judgment Day, to plainly explain about Father and "the mystery of God", to gather the Elect" (Matt.24:1-3, 24:32-34, John 16:25, Rev. 10:7-10).

It does NOT mean that the people presently occupying the land of Israel are the true people Israel; in fact the Bible explicitly states the occupiers of the land of Israel, which call themselves "Jews" are counterfeits (Rev. 2:9, 3:9).

However, and also according to prophecy, when Satan has Russia surround Jerusalem -- The City which Father (God) put His Name -- with the intention of destroying it (the city), Father will intervene and disarm the Russians (see Ezekiel 38-39).

The confusion that keeps most from properly understanding these prophecies arises from "Christian Zionism" which was invented specifically to cover the crimes of the counterfeit Jews (Ashkenazis), and con"Christians into supporting the descendants of those who murdered Jesus.
 
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Honest question to those who believe that Israel occupies some special place in prophecy:

Let's imagine that the temple is erected and all the sanctuary rituals aswell as the festivals and high holidays are re-enacted. You know, Jewish males are supposed to go up to Jerusalem 3 times a year...i mean the whole thing, as it was in the OT.

We are told that God will swoop in and save Israel from Gog & Magog. Now, if you believe that Israel's actions in resuming the sanctuary rituals are a blatant rejection of Christ and His sacrifice, is it not contradictory to also believe that despite that rejection, God will still highly esteem Israel enough to fight her battles and rescue her? Inspite of the historical precedents where punishment for rejecting God had a face; the Assyrians, Babylonians and the Romans?

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Absolutely. The only way to restoration is through Christ. Jerusalem was destroyed in 70AD as a result of Gods wrath. The continuity of sacrifice provoked God to anger because after Christ all it could ever symbolize is a rejection of his son who he gave up for them. In the NT the body of Christ is referred to Abrahams seed, the Israel of God, and his chosen people.
 

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Honest question to those who believe that Israel occupies some special place in prophecy:

Let's imagine that the temple is erected and all the sanctuary rituals aswell as the festivals and high holidays are re-enacted. You know, Jewish males are supposed to go up to Jerusalem 3 times a year...i mean the whole thing, as it was in the OT.

We are told that God will swoop in and save Israel from Gog & Magog. Now, if you believe that Israel's actions in resuming the sanctuary rituals are a blatant rejection of Christ and His sacrifice, is it not contradictory to also believe that despite that rejection, God will still highly esteem Israel enough to fight her battles and rescue her? Inspite of the historical precedents where punishment for rejecting God had a face; the Assyrians, Babylonians and the Romans?

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Ezekiel 38

7 “Prepare yourself and be ready, you and all your companies that are gathered about you; and be a guard for them. 8 After many days you will be visited. In the latter years you will come into the land of those brought back from the sword and gathered from many people on the mountains of Israel, which had long been desolate; they were brought out of the nations, and now all of them dwell safely. 9 You will ascend, coming like a storm, covering the land like a cloud, you and all your troops and many peoples with you.”

If God has an appointment with Israel in the land He has set His name on, for the sake of the covenant He made with Abraham, then the decision to honour it is His alone.

The Lord introduced five cycles of discipline and they can be seen worked out in past history and in future prophecy…

 

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Honest question to those who believe that Israel occupies some special place in prophecy:

Let's imagine that the temple is erected and all the sanctuary rituals aswell as the festivals and high holidays are re-enacted. You know, Jewish males are supposed to go up to Jerusalem 3 times a year...i mean the whole thing, as it was in the OT.

We are told that God will swoop in and save Israel from Gog & Magog. Now, if you believe that Israel's actions in resuming the sanctuary rituals are a blatant rejection of Christ and His sacrifice, is it not contradictory to also believe that despite that rejection, God will still highly esteem Israel enough to fight her battles and rescue her? Inspite of the historical precedents where punishment for rejecting God had a face; the Assyrians, Babylonians and the Romans?

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But yet they where not destroyed totally where they always a remenant was left. GOD is faithful even if we are not.
 
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