Apr 13, 2017

MESSIAH's TEMPLE in 70 WEEKs

A Lonely Birth Place
Hubble: Starburst Galaxy MCG 07-33-027
https://www.nasa.gov/image-feature/goddard/2016
/hubble-spots-a-secluded-starburst-galaxy
The mathematical prediction of the promised arrival of Messiah is linked to the restoration of the Temple of Yehawah's Spirit of Holiness.

The birth of Messiah Yeshua on the Feast of Tabernacles 5 B.C. follows the yearly Feast Days of Yehawah that began with Passover and ends with the Feast of Tabernacles. This pattern of Passover progressing to Tabernacles continues from B.C. and the pattern does not change as it enters the time period of A.D.. Also, this progression demonstrates that 30 years are completed from the birth of Messiah on the Feast of Tabernacles 5 B.C. to the Feast of Tabernacles 26 BC when Messiah begins His Atonement ministry.

Jan 17, 2017

PRiESTHOOD vs MELCHiZEDEK



Bullet Cluster: formed by colliding Galaxies
 revealing mysteries of Dark matter
http://chandra.harvard.edu/photo/2006/1e0657/


A Terrible Parable

In the town once called holy, there lived a man named Error Anu with his wife Ki and their two twin sons, Adam and Isaac. One seemingly sacred twilight approached without warning as an Insane Murderer entered the window of Adam's bedroom and stabbed him to death. Misfortunate Error rushed in to battle with the adversary and wrestled the knife away from Adam's murderer. Error's wrath blazed, "my god requires justice, and eye for and eye!" Just then, innocent Isaac silently touched his father. Error seized Isaac and pierced his heart with the knife, still dripping with Adams blood. Error sighed, "sin is cleansed by the substitution of innocent Isaac's blood." then the Insane Murderer rejoiced, "I praise your god Anu , he has freed me from the guilt of sin." Error welcomed his new friend Mr. I. M. Who politely asked, "is it now okay if I rape your wife Ki.”
see also:  666 the BEAST n U

The moral of the story: consider carefully the sin you welcome into your house, by giving your Ki to cover up with?

Therefore, the place once called holy is now left desolate!
(2 Ch 36:14; 15; 16; Jer 7:1-2; 3-4; 5-6; 7-8; 9-10;11; Mt 23:1-3; 8-10; 11-12; 17; 19-20; 21-22; 23; 25; 26; 28; 33-34; 35; 37; 38; 39; 24:1; 2; 3; 4; 5; Jn 8:24; 28-29; 31-32; 33-34; 36; 40; 43-44; )