Ezekiel's Temple

 

Tour of the Temple of Ezekiel's vision

 

 

 

 

The 3D model of the Third Temple was created

 according to Ezekiel's prophecy, and it was determined location of

 the Third Temple in the Judean desert

Thursday, 27.07.2017

 

 

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Why is the Temple according to the prophecy of Ezekiel

can not be built in Jerusalem?
 

1. Ezekiel 40:2
The Temple is located on the south side of the mountain.
Solomon's Temple was built in the north-east side of Mount Zion. On the south side of Mount Zion is the steep rock.
Ezekiel's Mountain is "very high."
Mount Zion looks like a hill.
- Where to get a high mountain which has a gently sloping southern slope? This would be another mountain, not Zion.


2. Ezekiel 42:16-19
The area, separated for the temple 1440 x 1440 m, and should be a wall to separate the sacred from the profane.
Would have had to demolish most of the old city to make the holy place for the temple.
- Is it necessary to demolish the historic center of Jerusalem?
- Where to get a high mountain which has a gently sloping southern slope? This would be another mountain, not Zion.


3. Ezekiel 43:8
The Lord will be not tolerate that only one wall would be between Him and abominations, as it was in the old temple. Therefore He allocates for the temple the area 1440 x 1440 m.
If someone wants to argue with Ezekiel, and would say that Ezekiel was wrong when he wrote "500 rods" instead of 500 cubits, then let him know that 500 x 500 cubits - is internal size of the Temple. It determined by    the sum of the sizes, which given in the prophecy. External dimension of the Temple, which was shown  Ezekiel, will be 512 x 512 cubits, because from all sides there is the wall thickness of 6 cubits.


4. Ezekiel 43:9, Ezekiel 43:7
The Lord choosed a place in the desert, to would not defiled the holy name of the Lord through harlotry and the corpses of their kings.
In Jerusalem, on the Temple Mount and around it are located the ancient cemetery and the royal tombs.


5. Ezekiel 43:12
The whole area of 1440 x 1440 m is the most holy place, together with the mountain.
- And what about the cemeteries and what to do with impure ground of cemeteries?
- Is it necessary to demolish the historic center of Jerusalem?
- Where to get a high mountain which has a gently sloping southern slope? This would be another mountain, not Zion.


6. Ezekiel 47:1
When the Temple location of which is defined by the prophecy of Ezekiel will be in under construction, foundation pit will be dig very deep. Bulldozers will digging the foundation pit and will removed a layer of soil, and the stream will flow from the aquifer.
Solomon built the temple on the three rows of stone niches, and no stream can flow if this stream is not artificial.
- Really need to destroy all the ancient devices of Solomon on the Temple Mount?
- And what about the cemeteries and what to do with impure ground of cemeteries?
- Is it necessary to demolish the historic center of Jerusalem?
- Where to get a high mountain which has a gently sloping southern slope? This would be another mountain, not Zion.

7. Ezekiel 47:9,10
About the water which flows out of the Temple is written in Hebrew both as about the two streams and as about one stream. Location of the temple according to the prophecy of Ezekiel such that the mountain is between the basins of two streams and the water from the house will flow to the main stream, but a storm drainage may be directed in the another stream. One stream flows into the Ein Gedi and the other to the south of Ein Gedi. When the Lord will send rain on the desert, as promised, the streams will be full, as it is written 47:1-12.
- Where are two streams in Jerusalem, which are flow into the Dead Sea? Where Ein Gedi is and where Jerusalem is?
- Really need to destroy all the ancient devices of Solomon on the Temple Mount?
- And what about the cemeteries and what to do with impure ground of cemeteries?
- Is it necessary to demolish the historic center of Jerusalem?
- Where to get a high mountain which has a gently sloping southern slope and which hasn't cemeteries? This mountain is not in Jerusalem.

8. Ezekiel 45:1-7
In Ezekiel 45:1-7 there are the exact dimensions of the sacred site and of the city, which is determine the location of the Temple. Translators added correctly the word "rods", because the large size measured by the rods.
But some take the size of the cubits, wanting the Temple to cram in Jerusalem.
But note how the tribe of Levi unfair sharing of! Levites receive a small piece of land. And how the Levites are humiliated compared with other tribes, they are given 36 times less land than other tribes! (cubit less rod to 6 times 6x6 = 36). But "all the first fruits of every kind and every contribution of every kind" (44:30) belong only for Cohens but not for Levites!
- Where is the justice to the Levites?
- Where are two streams in Jerusalem, which are flow into the Dead Sea? Where Ein Gedi is and where Jerusalem is?
- Really need to destroy all the ancient devices of Solomon on the Temple Mount?
- And what about the cemeteries and what to do with impure ground of cemeteries?
- Is it necessary to demolish the historic center of Jerusalem?
- Where to get a high mountain which has a gently sloping southern slope and which hasn't cemeteries? This mountain is not in Jerusalem.

 


Why Mount Moriah can not be in Jerusalem?


Even in the 19-18 centuries BC. e. Jerusalem is mentioned among the city-states. ** Melchizedek, king of Salem, traditionally considered the ruler of Jerusalem. In the time of David, Jerusalem was the main city of the Jebusites, it was called Jebus. Jerusalem is a place with a favorable climate for agriculture, in Jerusalem and around the there are many gardens.

Now let's will be attentive to what is written in the Bible, and try to imagine all that is written.

Genesis 22:2-14

Abraham lived in Beer Sheva, in the village, located behind the Judean desert, the Negev Desert. Abraham is going to pass two deserts, to sacrifice his son in the populous city Ur-Salem**. Coming out of the desert, where every tree counts, Abraham takes a large bundle of firewood to bring it to a place rich of trees and wood. Abraham's people and Isaac will have to make a difficult jog in hot desert up and down the mountains, 20 miles a day.* Do they well-trained army soldiers?

All this seems very strange, is not it?

Conclusion:

Abraham did not go to Jerusalem, he went closer to a deserted place called Moriah, to offer sacrifice to God on one of the mountains, which is visible from a distance. To offer a sacrifice on the mountain of Jehovah-Jireh, in the desert. I must say that Jerusalem's Temple Mount can not be seen from a distance, from the road that goes to Beer Sheva.

* 44 miles from Jerusalem to Beer Sheva Abraham went not three days, but a little more than two. The third day was very busy. He had to find a fairly large flat stones, to dig them out of the rocky ground and to drag to the place and make a big, nice altar. When the Lord gave Abraham a sacrifice, it was necessary bring it to a place, kill, take out the inside, remove the skin, make a fire, wait until everything is burned up, dig quite deep pit in the rocky ground, to bury the skin. It was necessary to put a big stone, to jackals never dug a pit. They had to go back to where the servants were (far enough) until the going down of the sun. Abraham was in years, the emotional burden was too great, so he did everything slowly.

** The first mention of Jerusalem (Rushalimum) is contained in the Egyptian spells against enemy cities 19-18 centuries BC. e. Entitled Urusalim city is mentioned in the 14th century BC. e. El Amarn letters. (Jewish Encyclopedia)

Now remember David, his psalms. What place he glorified? Mount Zion. No word on Moriah. The Bible says in the Book of Kings the temple was built on the site of the threshing floor of Ornan the Jebusite. Why the place Moriah, the famous Jehovah Jireh (The LORD Will Provide), persistently called "threshing floor of Ornan the Jebusite" in the Book of Samuel in the Bible?

Conclusion:

Moriah was never been in Jerusalem. In general, "Moriah" is the title area, not mountains (Genesis 22:2). A mountain is called Jehovah-Jireh.

The mention of Moriah in connection with Jerusalem is found only in a book written after the Babylonian captivity, when scribes sought to unify and explain all of Scripture. Prior to that time, none of the prophets did not used the name "Moriah".


Two options


There are two options the faith with respect to Ezekiel's prophecy about the Temple: "a place of the Temple not determined" and "a place of the Temple determined." We have to believe, because the dimensions of sites are given but not specified what is a measure by which they are measured: reeds or cubits.

Consider first the option "place of the Temple Not determined." This means that the Messiah will come and will tell all. We have to nothing to do, the Messiah will explain everything, will show where to build. BUT! Then why are given detailed dimensions of the Temple, whereby possible to accurately design the entire temple complex? Dimensions are given to construct. So the option "Messiah will come and tell all" - is wrong option. Perhaps the great prophet will come and will show the place of the Temple? And who will listen? Did he do more miracles than Jesus Christ did?

That means:
Location of the Temple determined. That is, the land in the prophecy of the Temple is measured by reeds as considered ancient translators of the Bible, as written in the King James Version. Because when we measure by reeds, we obtain only place that totally satisfies to the prophecy of Ezekiel! We obtain a sacred site, which includes ancient Jerusalem.

We got a beautiful freestanding mountain. Its slope looks so that on southern side you can build an entire temple complex, and the flow of water from the mountain comes in two basins. One flow ends at the Dead Sea at En Gedi, and other flow ends at Dead Sea obviously at En Eglaim. Only in this case it is clear prophecy of Ezekiel chapter 47 verses 8-10 where it says about one flow as two flows. MOREOVER! Quite unexpectedly, we get on this mountain the ancient altar, which coincides with the location of the altar according to the prophecy of Ezekiel.

Apparently this is the altar of Abraham and the mountain Jehovah Jireh. Go and see if you do not believe.



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