Skip to comments.Jews Allowed Access to Running Water on Temple Mount Bringing Them Closer to Temple Service
Posted on 07/28/2020 4:42:16 PM PDT by Roman_War_Criminal
While the US is rocked by anti-racism protests, a situation exists in Jerusalem that is even more racist than the US before the civil rights movement. The water fountains on the Temple Mount were reserved for the exclusive use of Muslims while Jews were not permitted to drink at all. But thanks to a group of determined Jews, that situation is slowly changing.
Following Israels capture of the Temple Mount in the 1967 Six-Day War, the Israeli government handed day-to-day control of the area to the Muslim Waqf religious authorities, overseen by the Jordanian government. Israel retains security control of the area. The conditions established at the time gave the exclusive right to pray at the site to the Muslims.. Jews were prohibited from bringing any religious items or books onto the Temple Mount.
In addition to prayer, Jews were prohibited from drinking at the site and, as a result, prohibited from using the water fountain in the Temple Mount Compound. For many, this prohibition was disturbingly reminiscent of the racist policy of separate but equal in the pre-Jim Crow days in the southern US. But the situation on the Temple Mount was even more egregious as Jim Crow allowed for separate water fountains for blacks whereas on the Temple Mount, there were no fountains designated for use by Jews.
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The temple sacrifice is another sign of the end of the age (Daniel 9:27).
Not Yet Time,,,
But one day closer
Yes I saw that the other day.
Amazing glorious times!
This is true if you're a dispensationalist. This is *not* true if you're *not* a dispensationalist. There are many Christians who are not.
Dispensationalism is a religious interpretive system and metanarrative for the Bible. It considers biblical history as divided by God into dispensations, defined periods or ages to which God has allotted distinctive administrative principles. According to dispensationalism, each age of God's plan is thus administered in a certain way, and humanity is held responsible as a steward during that time. Dispensationalists' presuppositions start with the inductive reasoning that biblical history has a particular discontinuity in the way God reacts to humanity in the unfolding of their, sometimes supposed, free wills.
In my opinion, all one has to do is read Scripture. The New Testament is abundantly clear that God's reaction (and interaction) with humanity was different with Adam, Noah, and Moses - and that in this present age since the crucifixion and resurrection of Christ, we are in a unique age of Grace.
Dispensationalism is a big word that I doubt even most Christians understand or even care to research. But if you are a believer in Christ, you understand it through the discernment of the Holy Spirit. There is so much evidence of Scripture of it's core tenants that I really don't understand how someone can call themselves a Christian, read the verses outlined and explained in the link below, and reject it.
Dispensationalism is an innovation from the 1830s. It is not the Christianity of the Apostles nor of the church Fathers nor of Luther nor of Catholicism (Orthodox or Roman).
The temple was never on the temple mount it was in the City of David and that is where the temple will be rebuilt. The temple mount was formerly ft Antonio which was a garrison for the fifth legion. (Romans)
If it is true, it certainly does not depend on man’s doctrines or categorizations one way or the other. Truth stands apart from man’s winds of doctrines that carries about and tosses to and fro.
Truth certainly stands alone. It would certainly be interesting to discover that it took the Holy Spirit 1800 years to lead us into all truth.
The Jews are gonna freak when they finally realize the Temple Mount IS NOT the location of the original Temple.
YES! Someone else who knows the truth of the Temple’s location!
I think the issue is how long it takes us to let the Holy Spirit lead us to the truth of the gospel of the grace of Christ by continuing in his word so that we know the truth such that the truth will set us free.
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