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Israel in Prophecy Third Temple ForetoldBible Prophecy Part 1
The Temple Mount, called â€œZionâ€� or â€œMountZionâ€� in the Bible, has been a religious and political flashpoint for 3,000 years.And Jerusalemâ€”the â€œcity of peaceâ€� where it sitsâ€”has known almost no peace sinceits ancient beginning. It has instead become a symbol of ongoing conflict and war.The Bible states that God will cause Jerusalem to become â€œa cup of tremblingâ€�â€”meaningpoisonâ€”to all nations around it. Whyé When and how will this come abouté At the broadcast'send, you will know. The nation of Israel will soon gain possessionof the Temple Mount. Everything will turn suddenly in Israel's favor. She will learnin dramatic fashion that God is able to overcome
all obstacles before the Jewish state. Hewill give Israel control. What happens will be directly caused by God! And this will beobvious. The resulting geopolitical inferno will change the world foreverâ€”literally.I have presented about 165 World to Come broadcasts and hundreds more in audio. This slightlylonger one is among the most importantâ€”with others in the series it introduces. You areabout to learn things heard nowhere else!â€”knowledge of specific events that will soon staggerall nations. Tomorrow's world news headlines are coming to you in advance. May God helpyou understand the awesome knowledge that followsâ€”knowledge virtually no one understands,in or out of Israel!
The World to Come. The Restored Church ofGod presents David C. Pack. A renewed clash of interests on the TempleMount has once again captured the world's attention. Recent events have upset the site'slongstanding status quoâ€”the uneasy arrangement between Israelis and Palestinians, who callthe site the â€œNoble Sanctuary.â€� Tensions have recently increased, with the situationhaving grown much worse. Diplomats, religious authorities and heads of state anxiously awaita resolution. They do notâ€”and cannotâ€”know the Mount's final outcome.The Temple Mount is a highly charged subject. Recognize The World to Come does not takepolitical positions. My responsibility is
to explain what God saysâ€”not to presenthuman opinions, or align with political parties or popular ideas or movements. We never enterpoliticsâ€”never. We explainâ€”and prove!â€”the truth of the Bible.The Temple Mount is easily the most coveted archeological, religious, historical and culturalplot of ground in the world. America, the European Union, the United Nations and a hostof Israel's enemies are all focused on it. It is this 37 acres that will become the epicenterof all conflict in the Mideastâ€”and ultimately the entire world.God has much to say about what will happen on the Temple Mount in the near future. Thistiny piece of real estate involves an incredible
prophecy of immense size and scope. As withall Bible prophecy, this is no mere â€œpredictionâ€� based on odds or observation. Rather, Godforetells future eventsâ€”and actively brings them to pass. If God has planned somethingof this magnitude, He would reveal it in his Word! The prophet Isaiah records, â€œThe formerthings are come to pass, and new things do I God declare: before they spring forthI tell you of them,â€� and â€œdeclare the end from the beginning, and from ancient timesthe things that are not yet done, saying, My counsel shall stand, and I will do allMy pleasure.â€� â€œDeclareâ€� means â€œannounce, expose or explain.â€�God's prophecies are sure, every one of
them. What God says will happen will occur!Earthshattering events in Jerusalem, where Jesus was crucified and from where He willrule all nations, are about to unfold! Before going further in the Bible, let'slook at recent events in Israel: In September 2015, beginning with Rosh Hashanahâ€”the JewishNew yearâ€”Palestinian stonethrowers attacked Israeli police after Jewish radicals attemptedto assert their right to pray on the Temple Mount. Jewish prayers are forbidden by Muslimauthorities, a restriction adhered to by most Israelis. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahustated that he intends to keep the status quo. But some Jews continue asserting theirright to accessâ€”even ownâ€”the Mount.