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Contention of the Prophetic Sort - Scriptural Agreement of Third Temple Necessary for Israel's Full Return

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in response to reader comment: Affirm the truth, but tread lightly

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Dec 18, 2021 at 17:54

Treading where angels are leading is difficult where faith is not leading.
First, making no mistake, Yeshua's action(s) on the cross are, in deed and in fact, a completion of the entirety of the salvation plan initiated in Genesis and fulfilled in, at minimum, Psalm 2, 68, 110, (etc.); Isaiah 7; 9; 42; 49; 52; 53; 65 (where He requests the house that is required); answered in Ezekiel 40; and Haggai at minimum. These are prophetic requirements, most of which are fulfilled; and then the verses still in the future to us; but not too much longer. There's more, but taking up this precious space Dr. Pipes provides does not do the justice that reading the Tanakh provides; if really knowing the truth is what is sought here.
Israel does not remain a democracy; for the people do not rule in Zion, the LORD does. The Tanakh affirms the Truth, just as Yeshua told Pontius Pilate.


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