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Thursday, December 31, 2015

Bill Calling for Non-Muslim Prayer on the Temple Mount Brings Prophetic Vision One Step Closer

Prophecy Sign:  The Third Jewish Temple

I was given a reed like a measuring rod and was told, “Go and measure the temple of God and the altar, with its worshipers.  But exclude the outer court; do not measure it, because it has been given to the Gentiles. They will trample on the holy city for 42 months. Revelation 11:1-2 NIV

Bill Calling for Non-Muslim Prayer on the Temple Mount Brings Prophetic Vision One Step Closer
The Third Holy Temple is at the core of the Jewish view of the End of Days. A new bill was recently proposed by member of Knesset Bezalal Smotrich that, if passed, would allow Jews and Christians to pray on the Temple Mount. This would bring Israel and the nations one step closer to the fulfillment of the prophet Micah’s vision that the non-Jewish nations of the world will ascend the Temple Mount and will learn from God how to go in His ways. The Knesset bill frames the quest for non-Muslim prayer on the Temple Mount in terms of politics. A note added onto the bill explains that “freedom of worship and freedom of access of all religions to the holy places is a basic right in a democracy.”

At Jerusalem's Temple Mount, tensions remain at fever pitch
Israel took over the Al Aqsa Mosque compound in 1967 from Jordan. Since then, a series of agreements have been in place defining the relations of power between Jews and Muslims. For years, Islamic authorities complained Israel have been breaching the accords and covertly attempting to take it over by allowing Orthodox Jews to visit.
Tempers are running high - and neither side trusts the other. This violence is nothing new. Time and time again this site has been the driving force behind violent acts between Israelis and Palestinians. In fact some on both sides argue it is the very core of the conflict. Administered by Islamic authorities and secured by Israeli forces, this compound remains one of the most volatile sites in the Middle East today. 

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