October 19, 2016

The Israeli political leaders reject the United Nations vote that says the Jews have no connection to the Temple Mount

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JD: David I’ve got to tell you the major story has to be the decision by UNESCO, they voted to say there’s no connection between the Temple Mount and Judaism.

DD: Twenty-four countries voted on that fifty-eight member executive board of the UNESCO wing of the UN, I guess you’d say. Twenty-four countries voted for, twenty-six votes obstained, and six, only six, voted against it; that thankfully included the Untied States, Britain, and the Netherlands, Germany and actually a couple of the former soviet countries, Lithuania and Estonia backed Israel.

Jimmy, I thought Prime Minister Netanyahu in responding to it, just said it all, he called it the theater of the absurd. He said that continues with the UN today, UNESCO adopted its second decision this year denying the Jewish peoples connection to the Temple Mount; our holiest site for more than 3,000 years. 

It is absolutely absurd that UNESCO would even consider such a resolution when the archaeological evidence, the historical evidence, not to mention the Bible; the connection between the Jewish people and Jerusalem is one of the central themes of the scriptures. It goes back to way before the time of King David even when it’s first mentioned, and you know all that. So, it’s more than absurd Jimmy and just ridiculous. 

JD: David Dolan with that report, a reaction to the UNESCO vote saying that the Jews have no connection to the Temple Mount. We report this information because it is setting the stage for Bible prophecy to be fulfilled.

Jimmy's Prophetic Prospective on the News

 The Temple Mount in Jerusalem will be the center of controversy in the last days.

The ancient Jewish prophet Zechariah, said about 2,500 years ago, that Jerusalem would be the center of controversy in the last days, that’s Zechariah 12:2.

The Untied Nations agency, UNESCO, with a majority of Arab nations voted to say there was no Jewish connection to the Temple Mount. Which actually goes against history and the Bible. Remember the Romans; they destroyed the Jewish Temple in Jerusalem in 70 AD. And by the way, that vote went against God’s Word the Bible and even the person of Jesus Christ who taught on the Temple Mount according to the record of the Bible. And Jesus also said it was the city He had chosen to dwell among His people, the Jewish people forever, that’s Psalm 132:13&14.

Jesus Christ will return to Jerusalem one day, He’ll build a temple on the Temple Mount, that’s Zechariah 6:12, and will rule and reign from that temple.

No matter what UNESCO may say, Bible prophecy will indeed be fulfilled.