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Posted on 01/08/2012 7:12:48 PM PST by F15Eagle
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A look closer at the “Shekinah” was interesting to me as well...we see the Lord slowly leaving the Temple and pausing along the way as if to say to the people..Watch , see I’m leaving if you don’t turn from your ways.....I think He’s doing the same thing in our nation today. It’s not a full sweep departure...but a slow gradule one where He’s removing His Spirit.....He will not remain where He is not welcomed....especially with how the church has truly become “soft” and actually allowed heathen practices to enter in.
I think the key to where the Temple was will be found with the water table . Eventually they will find the tunnels that carried water to it . They needed to have lots of access to water to fill that Brazen Sea for their ritual washing . The further north you go on the Temple Mount the lower the water table is . But if you go just a bit to the south of the Dome of the Rock there is a remains of a fountain . hmmmmmmmmmm
I don’t know what is inscribed on the walls of the Dome of the ROck but I have read somewhere that what it says is written so that as you turn to read it that what you are actually doing is turning your back on the Temple .
On the video did you catch the fact that the Priest had a wooden bridge from the gate to the mount before it so that they did not have to walk on the ground that was a cemetery on the mount before it ? That mount is where they did their actually sacrifice , that mount is Calvary (Golgatha)
So check this out ... Johnathan Cahn (Messianic Rabbi ) found something very interesting in some ancient Rabbinic writings in the Zohar
Unfortunately for those for whom dispensationalism is a threat, Biblical prophecies are purring right along just like dispensational teachers have been telling us for years that they would.
Oh wait - maybe that's the problem.
Praise God for His faithfulness in His Word!
There were some of old that weren’t able to recognize the dispensation of His first arrival, because they did not recognize the Messiah when He came.
King James Version (KJV)
43 For the days shall come upon thee, that thine enemies shall cast a trench about thee, and compass thee round, and keep thee in on every side,
44 And shall lay thee even with the ground, and thy children within thee; and they shall not leave in thee one stone upon another; *because thou knewest not the time of thy visitation*.
Agreed. As for the rest, "Let each be persuaded in his own mind."
Yes, I did...but I understood it was a temporary wooden....put up and taken down depending on the occassion...that it wasn't a permanant fixtured bridge.
Am going now to see the linked video. It's all very interesting. I enjoy hearing about Israel and Jerusalem and like to stay on top of things happening there in any venue.
Yeah it was temporary because it was used for the red heifer , which was sacrificed outside the camp on the Mount of Olives.