Latest News Stories which Mention the Third Temple
4 TAKEAWAYS FROM ISRAEL’S ELECTION
‘Zehut’, a secular, right-wing Israeli political party founded by Moshe Feiglin, called for the legalization of marijuana, the removal of the Muslim colonial presence from Israel and the rebuilding of the Third Temple ontop the Temple Mount now, not later. The Hebrew dictionary definition of ‘Zehut’ or ‘Zehuyot’ is ‘Identities’. Feiglin failed to unseat Benjamin Netanyahu in last Tuesday’s election for Prime Minister of Israel.
ZIONISM’S BEGINNINGS: ‘REDEMPTIVE PARALYSIS’
A recently published article by Aharon E. Wexler in the Jerusalem Post summarizes the three failed revolts by the Jews to regain their independence:
- 167 B.C., the Hasmonean Revolt lead by Judah the Maccabee
- 117 A.D., the Kitos Revolt against Roman General Quietus
- 132 A.D., the Bar Kochba Revolt
It is interesting to note that in the description of Hadrian’s Genocide in response to the successful Bar Kochba Revolt the rabbis, using rabbinic hyperbole, “tell us that there was so much blood spilled that it was up to the horses’ noses.” Historians report that more one million Jews were killed, many of them women and children.
Were these rabbis familiar with Revelation 14:19-20? It seems the author, Aharon Wexler, is not familiar with the prophetic scripture of Revelation since he used the word ‘hyperbole’ .
“The angel swung his sickle on the earth, gathered its grapes and threw them into the great winepress of God’s wrath. They were trampled in the winepress outside the city, and blood flowed out of the press, rising as high as the horses’ bridles for a distance of 1,600 stadia.”
The author attributes the reason for modern Zionism to the failure of Jews to fully assimilate into European culture and what he calls ‘Redemption Paralysis’ which resulted from the new Rabbinical teaching that the Messianic Redemption would be ‘supernatural’ and not literal in nature. Redemption Paralysis, the author suggests, is responsible for the Jews not taking redemption in their own hands for almost 2,000 years until 1897 when a group of secular Jews led by Thedor Herzl decided that the time to re-establish a Jewish state had arrived.
Sadly, just as the prophet Jeremiah warned, once again, dark days for the Jewish nation lie ahead. Prophecies from Daniel state that the Third Temple will, in fact, be rebuilt and the temple sacrifices will recommence. However, a man who will be credited for a major role in establishing peace between Israel and the nations, a man who ‘confirms’ a peace treaty, will mistakingly be accepted as the Messiah that the Jews have been waiting for. He is not. He may even be Jewish, but the Jews will soon afterward realize that he is a false messiah. Three and one-half years into his rule he will commit an unacceptable, unholy act in the Third Temple and then proclaim himself to be God. This will be the event or the signal that causes great fear and panic among the Jews, who will recognize their error, and are told to not hesitate for a single moment before fleeing for their lives to the East, where God will supernaturally care for them for the next three and one-half years. Many will perish for not taking God’s warning seriously.