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Rebuild the Temple Mount

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Submitted by Nicholas (United States), Aug 23, 2006 at 17:31

Solomon's Temple was built to house the ark of the covenant, and for the Jewish ritual rites of atonement correct?

In kings of the old testament God instructed how the temple should look and what materials to be used but know particular spot or plot of land in Jerusalem. God instructed Solomon to build God's home in Jerusalem.

I find no reference that God surveyed the land to place his Home on. I believe Solomon was the surveyor that chose the place to build. God said to Soloman why do I not have a cedar home?

He did not say Why do I not have a piece of land for my tent

The promised land he has !

Please, build Him another Cedar home close to the Dome of the Rock So Christian, Moslems, Jews can admire the beauty of his cedar home constructed by the hands, the hearts, and minds of the Jewish people So the whole world will know that there is One True God that we love.

Robert Nicholas Aguirre

A soldier of the most high


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