Jewish Zionist and Evangelical Zionist want to see a new temple built in Jerusalem so their version of the Messiah will come and save – THEIR PEOPLE! Niether of these Zionist want to see a Black Evangelical enter the new temple, or, the new capital. Indeed, Zionist Jews refuse to sit next to Jewish Women on the bus and plane. They spit on a nine year old girl for immodest dress. However, they will get in the same political-religious bed with Roy Moore, a accused Unclean Child Molester, if it serves their Holy Purpose. Both Zionist groups look down their nose at one another – with utter disgust! These are Religious Nazis who would bring about the End of the World in order that they be saved – just them!
POTUS has evangelical leaders guiding him toward the fulfilment of their Manson-like Helter Skelter. Secular Jews, and Secular Peoples all over the world, will not be able to escape the Roy & Bennie show. It already permeates the airwaves – as planned! When Moore gets elected, and takes his seat in the Senate, these Orthodox Nazis are going to get all hot and bothered, because this means their Messiah is coming near.
Our Moron in Chief gave the Jews – everything! He did not bargain! Trump could have asked that Jewish Women be allowed to warship at the wall – alongside men! This is not a Democracy. Moore treats women better that most Orthodox Jews who say all women are in-clean.
U.S. President Donald Trump touches the Western Wall, Judaism’s holiest prayer site, in Jerusalem’s Old City May 22, 2017. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
The national director of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), Abraham Foxman, stresses that the ADL and other organizations have been candid in telling Evangelical groups that cooperation with Jews over Israel will not affect Jewish positions on other issues. “Importantly, at no point have we heard them place any conditions on their support. There is no quid pro quo. At no point have we had to choose between our fundamental principles concerning the role of religion in America and our appreciation for their standing with Israel
But a serious question arises not only for the Jewish community, but for all Believers in Yeshua: will the next Temple—the Third Temple—be Ezekiel’s Temple where the Divine Presence will once again reside—or will some other presence reside in another Temple?
The Temple Mount is currently occupied by the Dome of the Rock.
Daniel, Yeshua, the Anti-Messiah, and the Third Temple
In the prophetic writings of the Book of Daniel and the Brit Chadashah (New Testament), we find significant details about the role of a rebuilt Temple in the end times.
Both Daniel and Yeshua (Jesus) tell us that the Anti-Messiah will defile the Third Temple before the return of the true Messiah.
They both call this spiritual defilement in the Temple the abomination of desolation:
“So when you see standing in the holy place ‘the abomination that causes desolation,’ spoken of through the prophet Daniel—let the reader understand—then let those who are in Judea flee to the mountains.” (Matthew 24:15–16; compare with Daniel 9:27, 11:31, and 12:11)
TEL AVIV, Israel — Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government faced growing international criticism Wednesday after halting a project that would have allowed men and women to pray together at one of Judaism’s holiest sites.
The move was a concession to right-wing Orthodox politicians in the country’s governing coalition, but has caused a schism with Jewish communities outside of Israel, particularly in the U.S.
It also comes as journalists, human rights groups and artists in Israel have come under fire from Netanyahu’s government for their opposition to its policies. In recent years, the prime minister has increasingly tried to pressure human rights groups critical of Israel’s occupation of the West Bank.
“What the government is doing is not only weakening Israel internally, but also weakening Israel with its relationship with the world, with the world of democracies,” said Mordechai Kremnitzer, vice president of the Israel Democracy Institute.
“The lack of understanding, or the opposite of understanding, by this government is to some extent a surprise for me. If I think of democracy in the richer concept, if we care for human rights, the rights of minorities, the rule of law, I am concerned.”
In January 2016,the Israeli government announced it would build a new area at the Western Wall in Jerusalem to enable men and women to pray side by side — a proposal strongly supported by the Reform and Conservative movements, whose supporters are more numerous in the U.S. than Israel.
The government also said that two other prayer areas would remain segregated. But the suggestion of mixed prayer at Judaism’s holiest site is considered an affront by right-wing Orthodox Jews who strictly interpret Jewish law.
Orthodox Jews separate men and women during prayer services led by men. However, Conservative and Reform Jews have mixed seating and women are often involved in leading the service.
“The representatives of U.S. Jewry feel they were slapped in the face by the [Israeli] government and that they are apparently no longer welcome here,” said Minister of Diaspora Affairs Naftali Bennett, adding that the government has held marathon meetings with the heads of U.S. Jewish communities currently in Israel.
“Of course this isn’t true,” he added. “The Jews of the U.S. are welcomed and loved, they are our brothers. But mistakes were made regarding timing and the way things were done. This is why, over the next day, we will hold a series of meetings to listen to the leaders of Diaspora Communities and reach understanding allowing us to end this crisis.”
It is the latest skirmish in an ongoing battle in Israel between the religious establishment and those who champion more liberal and secular values, and comes as Netanyahu’s fragile coalition necessitates significant concessions to his right-wing backers.
DANVILLE, Va. — Everyone who worships at the Tabernacle quickly learns three facts about its deeply conservative pastor. He comes from a broken home. He rides a canary-yellow Harley. And he loves the Jews.
There is some murmuring about the motorcycle. But the 2,500 members of this Bible-believing, tradition-respecting Southern Baptist church in southern Virginia have embraced everything else about the Rev. Lamarr Mooneyham.
Out of his painful childhood experiences, Mooneyham, 57, preaches passionately about the importance of home. Out of his reading of the Bible, he preaches with equal passion about God’s continuing devotion to the Jewish people.
“I feel jealous sometimes. This term that keeps coming up in the Old Book — the Chosen, the Chosen,” says the minister, who has made three trips to Israel and named his sons Isaac, Jacob and Joseph. “I’m a pardoned gentile, but I’m not one of the Chosen People. They’re the apple of his eye.”
Scholars of religion call this worldview “philo-Semitism,” the opposite of anti-Semitism. It is a burgeoning phenomenon in evangelical Christian churches across the country, a hot topic in Jewish historical studies and a wellspring of support for Israel.
Yet many Jews are nervous about evangelicals’ intentions. In recent weeks, leaders of three of the nation’s largest Jewish groups — the Anti-Defamation League, the American Jewish Committee and the Union for Reform Judaism — have decried what they see as a mounting threat to the separation of church and state from evangelicals emboldened by the belief that they have an ally in the White House and an opportunity to shift the Supreme Court.
“Make no mistake: We are facing an emerging Christian right leadership that intends to ‘Christianize’ all aspects of American life, from the halls of government to the libraries, to the movies, to recording studios, to the playing fields and locker rooms . . . from the military to SpongeBob SquarePants,” the ADL’s national director, Abraham H. Foxman, said in a Nov. 3 speech.
Julie Galambush, a former American Baptist minister who converted to Judaism 11 years ago, has seen both sides of the divide. She said many Jews suspect that evangelicals’ support for Israel is rooted in a belief that the return of Jews to the promised land will trigger the Second Coming of Jesus, the battle of Armageddon and mass conversion.
“That hope is felt and expressed by Christians as a kind, benevolent hope,” said Galambush, author of “The Reluctant Parting,” a new book on the Jewish roots of Christianity. “But believing that someday Jews will stop being Jews and become Christians is still a form of hoping that someday there will be no more Jews.”
The result is a paradox — warming evangelical attitudes toward Jews at a time of rising Jewish concern about evangelicals — that could be a turning point in the uneasy alliance between Jewish and Christian groups that ardently back Israel but disagree on much else.
The Rev. Donald E. Wildmon, chairman of the evangelical American Family Association, warned in a Dec. 5 radio broadcast that Foxman was “in a bind” because the “strongest supporters Israel has are members of the religious right — the people he’s fighting.”
“The more he says that ‘you people are destroying this country,’ you know, some people are going to begin to get fed up with this and say, ‘Well, all right then. If that’s the way you feel, then we just won’t support Israel anymore,’ ” Wildmon said.
JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel’s prime minister has told a group of Christian media professionals that Israel has no better friend than the world’s Christian communities.
Benjamin Netanyahu spoke Sunday at the Christian Media Summit in Jerusalem, the first such event Israel says it has hosted. His comments and the event itself reflect the close ties and staunch support for Israel in the evangelical world.
Attitudes in Israel toward evangelicals are evolving, from skepticism about Christian Zionist motives, to the realization that Israel cannot survive on the support of diaspora Jewish communities alone.