As was his annual custom, Dr. Sobol travelled to the U.S. to conduct music for the Jewish High Holidays. After the prayer services last Tuesday evening, he fainted. He was taken to a local hospital where he was diagnosed as having suffered a brain aneurysm. He died on Sunday.
On Monday night, approximately one thousand people gathered at the foot of the Temple Mount for the World Creation Concert. However, what took place was not merely wonderful music accompanied by a spectacular light show: the event actually encapsulated several prophetic incidents taking place at once. In the not-so-distant future, the event may be identified as the moment a new, Biblically correct United Nations was established, potentially leading to a new era of global cooperation.
The Sanhedrin has invited the Arab nations to take their place in a concert in Jerusalem celebrating the creation of the world. As improbable as it may seem that nations perceived as the arch-enemies of Israel will attend, the emissary chosen by the Sanhedrin to bear this message is so remarkable that she may be able to succeed where the world’s most prominent politicians have failed.
The nascent Sanhedrin and the Mikdash (Temple) Educational Center are organizing the World Creation Concert due to be held on September 3 at the Jerusalem Archaeological Park – Davidson Center and the Hulda gates adjacent to the Western Wall Plaza in Jerusalem. This falls one day before the 25th of the Hebrew month of Elul, the 5778th anniversary of the creation of the world according to Jewish tradition.
To commemorate Israel’s 70th anniversary, the Temple Organizations minted a Trump/Cyrus coin with Bible verses in Hebrew, English, and Arabic. They also extended an invitation to Putin and Iran to take their prophesied role in building the Temple in Jerusalem in the hope that returning the site to a focus of universal prayer will avert the possibility of war.
As tensions between Israel and Iran flare after an Israeli airstrike in Syria killed seven Iranian military personnel, one prominent Rabbi is reaching out to Iran as a partner in redemption, connecting with the country’s ancient Persian heritage that played an essential role in building the Second Temple.