If the plan of REDEMPTION was God’s plan from the beginning (and it was) and as the Bible reveals in the book of Isaiah the Redeemer was to be crucified… then there had to be a Rome, there had to be a Sanhedrin, there had to be a Pontius Pilot. SO, who was in CONTROL??
GOD!! IS ALWAYS IN CONTROL. He is the potter and we are the clay. HE IS THE SMITH and HE MAKES THE FIRE. He is creates the testing of our faith. He controls the enemy of our soul. He controls the circumstances from both sides.
Everyone is arguing about whether there should or should not be a Third Temple. Whether even the State of Israel should or should not exist. Whether it is the Illuminati that is building the Temple or whether GOD is behind it.
Let me tell you something:
NOTHING HAPPENS UNLESS GOD ALLOWS IT!
For years and years the Hebrew people have hungered for the Temple. For years and years the Arabs have tried to destroy all evidence of it’s existence. In fact, the Arabs have tried to wipe out any evidence the Jews existed. The Arabs have been trying to obliterate Israel for years and years… Sending bombs on a regular basis. Sending terrorists on a regular basis.
It is a MIRACLE that Israel, Jerusalem and the Temple Mount still exist!! And, whether you think Israel was built by politics or by faith doesn’t matter to GOD. He will do, what He will do. He will allow, what He will allow. He will use what HE will use.
Whether you know anything about all the amazing events and discoveries that have brought Israel to the point where it is today, whether you recognize the Miracles that God is working in the Land, the TRUTH is that God is orchestrating the building of the State of Israel and the Temple.
If GOD chooses to use the political structure, or the pagans, or war, or a manmade pandemic or any other means… He will do so.
Do you think that GOD does not know that the Jews in Israel are not serving HIM? Do you think he does not know what the elite are planning? Do you think He is so weak He could not stop them? Really?
We as believers should be praying daily that God’s will be done on earth. Not because HE needs our prayers to get the job done…but, because we need to vocalize our agreement with his WILL.
This crazy world appears to be out of control. But, believe me the earthly controllers know what they are doing. More importantly there is ONLY ONE who has the ULTIMATE CONTROL. Those who KNOW HIM, can rest in that assurance.
There is a lot going on in the land of the Bible right now. On all sides. Today we will focus on Israel. Lots of developments to look at. These are amazing times. Things are moving so quickly it is impossible to keep up. I hope you have your armor on everyday!
Ultra-Orthodox Jews pray daily for its reconstruction atop the holy hill known as Mount Moriah or the Temple Mount.
Bible scholars say the rebuilding of the ancient temple is predicted throughout scripture, starting with Daniel’s vision in Daniel 9:27. Jesus echoed Daniel’s warning about an abomination standing in “the holy place” in the last days in Matthew 24:15, followed by the Apostle John’s vision of the Temple in Revelation 11:1-2. Paul mentioned it in 2 Thessalonians 2:3-4.
“We know that end-time prophecy cannot be fulfilled without the rebuilding of the Temple in Jerusalem,” Cahn, a Messianic Jewish rabbi in New Jersey, told WND. “The abomination desolation prophesied in Daniel and in the Gospels, must take place within the Temple precincts. So, too, the apostle Paul speaks of the ‘man of sin,’ or the Antichrist, sitting in the Temple of God. ” Source
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148,740 viewsAug 18, 2020Brother Chad shares some recent news out of Israel showing how close we are to the rebuilding of the Third Temple. Jesus is coming soon! Repent, believe the Gospel, and be converted to new life in Jesus Christ today! Tomorrow is not promised! Follow me on twitter: https://twitter.com/Watchman61088
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Jul 13, 2022 2022 will see ‘historic’ level of new immigrants coming to Israel Josh Schwarcz, Secretary General of the Jewish Agency, on the Jewish Agency’s Jerusalem meeting and its two new leaders. Yoni…
May 2, 2022 (May 2, 2022 / Israel Hayom) Some 38,000 new immigrants will celebrate their first Independence Day as Israeli citizens this year, according to figures released by the Jewish Agency on Sunday. The figure marks a two-decade immigration record.
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A model was used to estimate migrants for countries that had no data. Israelimmigrationstatistics for 2015 was 2,011,727.00, a 3.13% increase from 2010. Israel immigration statistics for 2010 was 1,950,615.00, a 3.23% increase from 2005.Israel immigration statistics for 2005 was 1,889,503.00, a 2.06% increase from 2000.
6 days ago Israel has taken in 60,000 new immigrants in the last year, compared to 28,500 immigrants the country absorbed last year. The countries from which most immigration to Israel took place over the last year were Russia at 47%, Ukraine at 25%, the US at 6%, France at 4%, and Ethiopia at 2%, Jpost reports. Around 12% came from other countries.
Mar 17, 2022 According to the ministry, some 60-65 percent of the 5,070 immigrants — around 3,000 people — that arrived in Israel as of Thursday afternoon were from Ukraine. The rest were said to be from Russia and Belarus.
The Jewish Agency, the Jewish world, and Israeli society are all coming on board to help. As the president of the State of Israel, together with my wife Michal, we welcome you with open arms and wish you great success. Welcome to Israel!”
Mar 27, 2022 In 2022, Israel is the only Western democracy with a relatively high fertility rate, which facilitates further economic growth with no reliance on migrant labor. Moreover, Israel’s thriving demography provides for bolstered national security (larger classes of recruits) and a more confident foreign policy. Israel is currently facing a potential wave of aliyah (Jewish immigration) of some 500,000 immigrants from Ukraine, Russia, other former Soviet republics, France, Britain, Germany, etc.
• The unique growth in Israel’s Jewish fertility rate is attributed to optimism, patriotism,attachment to Jewish roots, communal solidarity, the positive Jewish attitude toward raising children, a frontier mentality and a declining number of abortions.
Israel welcomes highest number of olim in 20 years, as Jewish Agency assisted 60,000 immigrants from 93 countries to make Aliyah this year.
Jewish Agency chairman Doron Almog with new immigrantsGuy Yechiely
On the eve of the Jewish new year, the number of Jews worldwide stands at approximately 15.3 million compared to 15.2 million in the previous year, according to newly released statistics from The Jewish Agency for Israel.
Among the global Jewish population, the number of Jews in Israel is 7,080,000(compared to 6,950,00 in the previous year), while about 8.25 million live outside Israel (including approximately 6 million in the United States). The updated estimates by Professor Sergio Della Pergola of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem will be published in the American Jewish Year Book 2022.
The numbers include those who define themselves as Jews and who do not identify with another religion. When also including those who are eligible for Israeli citizenship under the Law of Return, the global total rises to 25.5 million people, of which 7.5 million are in Israel and 18 million live outside Israel. There are 500,000 Israelis entitled to citizenship under the Law of Return who are not registered as Jews at Israel’s Population Authority.
The proportion of Jews living in Israel out of all the Jews in the world stands at 46.2%, an increase of one percent over the previous year. The estimated number of Jews in the U.S. remains stable, in accordance with in-depth analysis of the most recent survey conducted by the Pew Research Center.
The following are updated estimated Jewish population figures from additional countries as of January 2022, reflecting the core Jewish community and not those eligible for Aliyah under the Law of Return:
*The number of people waiting to make Aliyah to Israel from Ethiopia is estimated at several thousand.
The Hebrew calendar year 5782also saw the largest number of olim (immigrants) in 20 years, with The Jewish Agency, in cooperation with the Ministry of Aliyah and Integration, assisting 60,000 immigrants from 93 countries in making Aliyah (immigration to Israel).
According to Jewish Agency data for the period between September 1, 2021, and September 1, 2022, 26,000 olim arrived from Russia; 14,000 olim from Ukraine — most arriving on Jewish Agency rescue operations during the war; 3,800 from the U.S. and Canada, with assistance from Nefesh B’Nefesh; 2,500 from France; 1,600 from Belarus; 1,450 olim from Ethiopia were reunited with their relatives in Israel as part of Operation Tzur Israel; 1,100 from Argentina; 600 from the United Kingdom; 500 from South Africa and 400 from Brazil.
Jewish Agency data also shows that over a quarter of the past year’s olim were young people between ages 18-35. About 5,500 of these young olim, including hundreds of professionals from fields where there is a labor shortage in Israel, participated in special Jewish Agency programs that help them integrate into the job market and institutions of higher education. Another 2,200 young olim serving in the IDF while their families remain abroad (lone soldiers) received support from the Wings program
A view of the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. Photo by Judy Lash Balint.
The Muslims love to declare the Israel has no claim to the land. They want to convince you that the Jews never even lived there. They have been trying to destroy any evidence that there was a Hebrew Temple. However, the TRUTH always comes out.
Sure to ruffle a few feathers, “Islam, Jews and the Temple Mount” lays out how the Muslim narrative about the Jewish connection to the Temple Mount has been distorted.
BY NADAV SHRAGAI
Fifty-four years after the unification of Jerusalem and the establishment of Israeli control over the Old City, professor Yitzhak Reiter and co-writer Dvir Dimant hold a mirror up to this prevailing Muslim narrative.
According to the book, Islamic leaders deny canonical Muslim historical works that date back to the seventh century C.E., a few decades after the death of the Prophet Muhammad, and that state that the very reason Islam came to regard the Foundation Stone situated in the center of the Dome of the Rock as holy is because of the knowledge that the Jewish Temple stood there.
It’s all in there. Muslim sources time and again describe history the same way Jewish sources do: the building of the First Temple on the Foundation Stone by King Solomon; its destruction by the Babylonian king Nebuchadnezzar; the Babylonian exile; Persian emperor Cyrus the Great’s permission for the Jews to return to Jerusalem and build the Second Temple; and its destruction by Roman emperor Titus.
The Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem’s Old City. The dome is an Islamic shrine that houses the Foundation Stone, the holiest spot in Judaism, and is a major landmark located on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. It was completed in 691 C.E., making it the oldest extant Islamic building in the world. Aug. 11, 2009. Photo by Nati Shohat/Flash90.
Moreover, not only do Islam’s most respected historians confirm the Jewish historical timeline, but they also emphasize that the reason Jerusalem and the Temple Mount came to be considered holy in Islam is that the sites were regarded as sacred in Judaism.
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Professor Yitzhak Reiter
In their book, Reiter, an expert on Islamic, Middle Eastern and Israeli studies, and Dimant, a graduate of the Shalem Academic Center in Jerusalem and a research assistant at the Truman Institute for Peace Research, present Jewish and Islamic sources side by side and reveal an undeniable resemblance between the two.
“Islam, Jews and the Temple Mount” shows that until the Balfour Declaration of 1917, not only did Muslim sources not deny the Jewish connection to Jerusalem, they systematically pointed it out and confirmed it.However, in 1967, when Israel took control of the Old City during the Six-Day War, the narrative took a drastic turn, and denying any Jewish link to the Temple Mount became the norm.
Centurion tanks armed with 105 mm guns in the Negev, May 20, 1967. Credit: Israeli Government Press Office.
From then on, Muslims turned their backs on a vast and rich Islamic literature that confirms the Jewish connection to the Temple Mount.
In the 10th century C.E., Muhammad ibn Jarir al-Tabari,perhaps one of the most well known and respected historians in the Muslim religious world,described how God prevented King David from building the Temple because he had blood on his hands, and how therefore the task was assigned to his son, Solomon. His account is almost identical to that found in the Book of Chronicles.
In the 11th century, Abu Bakr Muhammad ibn Ahmad al-Wasiti,who served as the preacher of the Al-Aqsa Mosque,described how King Solomon had difficulty opening the gates of the Temple and only succeeded in doing so after mentioning in prayer the name of his father. The story appears almost word for word in the Babylonian Talmud.
In the 14th century, Arab historian Ibn Khaldun in his canonical work “Muqaddimah”also noted how King Solomon built the Temple in the fourth year of his reign. His description of the inauguration of the Temple is identical to that of Kings I, Chapter 6.
In the 15th century, historian Mujir al-Din from Jerusalemalso mentioned how the Temple was built by King Solomon, and so did many after him. Almost always, the description in Muslim sources is similar to that found in Jewish scripture.
The destruction of the Temple of Jerusalem, oil on canvas, by Francesco Hayez. Both the first and second iterations of the “Beit HaMikdash” were razed on Tisha B’Av, hundreds of years apart. Credit: Francesco Hayez.
The most important thing, Reiter and Dimant told Israel Hayom, “is that the Al-Aqsa compound—or as Jews call it, the Temple Mount—be acknowledged by [modern] Islam as the site of two Jewish Temples, and most importantly, Solomon’s Temple.Islam has adopted the Jewish and Christian tradition in this matter, and in medieval times it did not try to deny the fact that the Dome of the Rock symbolizes the continuation of Solomon’s Temple. One could go as far as to say that Islam was proud of this.”
“Some scholars even noted that certain customs and ceremonies that took place outside the Dome of the Rock and even inside, during the Umayyad dynasty, were similar to those that used to take place in the Jewish Temple,” they said.
An interior view of the Dome of the Rock, Jan. 25, 2018. Credit: Wikimedia Commons.
Dimant added that one of the best sources to look at when one wants to learn about the traditional Muslim narrative regarding the Jewish connection to the Temple Mount is Islam’s holiest book, the Koran.
“The sources we quote in the book have a special significance, in that they do not deal with history. It shows how deeply rooted the subject of the two Temples and the Israelites was among Koran commentators.”
Reiter, who participated in dozens of diplomatic meetings between Israelis and Arabs, said he often met with Palestinians and Muslims from Jordan, Egypt and other Arab countries who were convinced that the Jews made up the story of the First and Second Temples after the establishment of the modern state, for political and national reasons.
“Moreover, it became clear to me that senior Arab public leaders and academics are not familiar with their historical sources, that have described for centuries the Jewish Temple in Jerusalem and the history of Israelites in Jerusalem and the Land of Israel,” he said.
Q: How do these intellectuals react when you first share this history with them?
Reiter: Many admit that they did not know [this], but there are also intellectuals, academics, who have these books on their bookshelves. They tell me in private conversations that what [Former chairman of the Palestine Liberation Organization Yasser] Arafat said in his time, that there was never a temple in Jerusalem, is nonsense.At the same time, they explain that they cannot in the current state of conflict publicly agree with the accepted academic narrative, which is also the Jewish narrative. “We need to keep our mouths shut,” they say.
Q: How does Islam deal with the obvious contradiction between its current argument and its most respected historical sources?
Reiter: “There’s denial. Disregard. Embarrassment. I showed the manuscript to Arab students that I teach. What baffled me is there were no responses. Nobody spoke out in favor or against it. Nobody said it was true or false. Just complete silence. I sent a copy to a friend in the Jordanian royal family as well, who wants to stay updated on the Temple Mount conflict. He, as well, remains silent for now.”
Throughout the years, when it came to negotiations over Jerusalem, the Israeli government did not use the sources Reiter and Dimant quote in their book.
“The goal was to maintain a diplomatic and political debate, without bringing in the religious aspect,” explained Reiter, who served as deputy adviser on Arab Affairs for three Israeli prime ministers – Menachem Begin, Yitzhak Shamir and Shimon Peres. So, this idea of separation of church and state is just as disastrous for Israel as it has been for America!
“Once Begin asked me the exact verse in the Koran that says that the Land of Israel was promised to Moses,” Reiter recalled. “But then we found out that one of the commentators on the Koran explained that although the Jewish nation is connected to the Holy Land, they do not merit it because of the sin of the Golden Calf.”
Former Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin. Credit: www.likud.org.il.
Q: Now that you have compiled these sources and made the information available, do you think Israeli diplomats will use it?
Dimant: “Our goal is to make the discourse more source-based. It is very sensitive. We don’t want to offend anyone. The book is explosive, and officials will not rush to use it.We don’t want the book to become a source of conflict, but to transform the discourse and enrich it with an aspect that is missing from it now completely.”
Q: The connection between Islam and Judaism, how far does it date back to?
Reiter: “It just so happened that last week I read a biography of Muhammad that was written several decades after his death. The prophet, the book said, met with tribe leaders from the city of Medina, who studied with Jews and would often meet with Jews. He asked them about the Jews and their beliefs, and they told him, among other things, that Jews believe in one God.
“The connection between Islam and Judaism existed from the very beginning of Islam. Islam has always seen itself as a continuation of Judaism. The Koran is full of stories of [Jewish] prophets. The Yusuf surah in the Koran is almost identical to the story of Joseph and his brothers in the book of Genesis. And this is just one example.”
Reiter and Dimant explained that modern Islam is much less proud of its Jewish originsand often goes out of its way to hide them. Also, modern Islam has prohibited archeological excavations on the Temple Mount and uses the absence of significant archeological discoveries on the mountain—the result of the prohibition—to reinforce its denial of any Jewish connection to Jerusalem or the existence of the Temple.
Reiter and Dimant list several types of “deniers” in their book: those who claim that the Jewish Temple was not in the Land of Israel at all, but in the Arabian Peninsula; those who are convinced that Abraham, King David and King Solomon were not Jewish, but Islamic figures; and those who think that the traditional Islam is a set of biased, made-up traditions, changed by Jews who converted to Islam and influenced the religion with their own content.
Some contemporary leaders, Reiter and Dimant explained, acknowledge that there was once a Jewish Temple on the mountain, but claim that it was a small, short-lived structure and, therefore, the Jews have no rights to the site today.According to them, the Jews of today have no connection to those Israelites.
For many Muslims, “Judaism is the backbone of Zionism and they see the religion as a threat to Islam and the Al-Aqsa Mosque, and they choose to address this threat by rewriting Muslim history on the one hand, and Jewish history on the other.”
Early Islamic sources, Reiter and Dimant concluded, “fully or almost fully accept the Jewish tradition and span over hundreds of years, almost from the early days of Islam all the way to the 20th century. We claim that those who deny the Jewish connection to the Temple Mount due to political purposes inadvertently undermine the Islamic legitimacy of Al-Aqsa and the Dome of the Rock, and the credibility of essential sources written in Arabic, which are the classics of Islam and its culture and identity.”
JUST HOW FAST CAN THE TEMPLE BE BUILT ONCE THE RED HEIFER IS APPROVED??
The Third Temple Is Ready To Go!!!
The Jewish people have been preparing for the actual construction of the New Temple for decades. They have been doing as much PRE FABRICATION as they possibly can. Stones have been cut, prepared and stored. All the elements of the Temple have been recreated and prepared.
Building of The Third Temple HAS BEGUN… Bible Prophecy 2022
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