A recent archaeological discovery confirmed that moats, as described in Daniel’s 70 weeks prophecy, played an essential role in Jerusalem and were a sign of Israel’s return from the Babylonian exile. A rabbi gives an in-depth explanation of the prophecy that Daniel himself got wrong.
One week after the Israeli elections next month, a reenactment of the Passover Temple service will be held. Hidden in the elections is a Temple Mount agenda that may determine whether the ceremony will be a reenactment or an actual service that will return the most important element of the Jewish Temple.
Here stand I and the children Hashem has given me as signs and portents in Yisrael from the LORD of Hosts, who dwells on Mount Tzion. הִ נֵה אָ נֹכִ י וְ הַ יְלָ דִ ים אֲ ׁשֶ ר נָתַ ן־לִ י יְ-ה-וָ -ה לְ אֹתֹות ּולְ מֹופְ תִ ים ב ְ יִש ְ רָ… Read more »
Jim Barfield’s 12-year search for the Temple utensils revealed an unexpected discovery to an Oklahoma Noahide: a powerful spiritual connection between the mountaintop Temple in Jerusalem and at Qumran, located near to the deepest spot on the planet. Just as Jerusalem was a city for priests to serve in the Temple, Barfield argues that Qumran was a center for prophecy.
On the 17th day of Elul, 5778, (August 28, 2018), a red heifer was born in the land of Israel. The red heifer candidate is being raised and specially cared for under the auspices of the Temple Institute’s ‘Raise a Red Heifer’ program. If it remains without blemishes it could be used in a re-established… Read more »