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Ezekiel 10 Speaks of What was Lost - And What Should be Looked For When It Returns

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jul 22, 2016 at 18:20

Israel is blessed among the nations for reasons not too many seem to care about anymore, even some in Israel: the presence of the LORD was removed in order for the purge of the rebellion.

When the LORD presented His Holy One of Israel in the first advent, the circumstances of rebellion were still evident in the 'pharisaical' mindset of a leadership not willing to correctly understand the appearance of HaMashiach, especially after the cleansing of the Second Temple. The immediate prophecy of the Savior was fulfilled after He told the Jewish of the time that Israel would not see Him again until they were willing to say, 'blessed is He that comes in the name of the LORD.' Then the Romans 'cleaned house in 71 AD.
Now, we wait for the prophecy of the Millennial Temple, do we not? This is the basis of the battle for the Temple Mount today.

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