July 23, 2018

Jewish people around the world have been mourning the destruction of two Jewish Temples

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JD: Tish B’av the ninth day of the Jewish month of Av is a special holy day as far as the Jewish people concerned. Talk to us about it. What happened on this particular day and was it only one time in history?

WM: As you said just now the ninth of Hebrew Tish B’Av the major of Tish B’Av was ideally the destruction of the Temple. The destruction of the Temple was not only a religious act in which we lost the ability to make sacrifices, to have the Priest in the Temple, and the Levites singing and the Israelites coming but also political sovereignty. It happened once with the Babylonians and it happened again with the Romans. We sort of lump events; the first Temple destruction, second Temple destruction. And we fast twenty-five hours on the ninth day of Av which usually happens in the later part of July or very early August in the Christian calendar.

JD: And it is viable, that Temple could be on the Temple Mount by next Tish B’Av could it not?

WM: It could the Temple Institute has been preparing all the instruments and everything to do with it. Many people have been studying. I think in the past we have discussed women that have been weaving and people who are looking to find a proper red heifer that could be used to become cleansed from a religious purity level. All these things are in the works and they just might come together some time very very soon.

JD: Winkie Medad with the details on the Jewish holy day Tish B’Av which actually commemorates the destruction of two Jewish Temples in Jerusalem.

We report this information because it is setting the stage for Bible prophecy to be fulfilled.

Jewish people all over the world stop to mourn the destruction of two Jewish Temples of the past. Solomon’s Temple way back in 586 BC, II Chronicles 36 and the Temple at the time of Jesus Christ that was Harrods Temple that was destroyed in 70 AD as foretold by Jesus in Matthew 24:1-3.

As Jews mourned the destruction of these two Temples the Jews also read the book of Lamentations and prayed for a Jewish Temple on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem next Tish B’Av. And that is a viable possibility because all preparations have been made to build that Tribulation Temple which is called for in Daniel 9:27, Matthew 24:15, II Thessalonians 2:4, and Revelation 11:1-2. These prophecies are ready to be fulfilled.