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Rebuilding The Temple is a Prophecy Written by the Prophet Yechetzqyah (Ezekiel)

The Temple will be rebuilt in this generation.

Rebuilding the temple is a Prophecy written by the Prophet Yechetzqyah (whose name was changed to Ezekiel to make the people forget the Name of Yahweh) showing great turmoil among the people in Jerusalem for this generation. Yechetzqyah shows a Peaceful Solution to rebuilding the Temple, taking a step towards peace on the Temple Mount itself. The time for rebuilding the temple is now.

Yechetzqyah was inspired to write this third temple prophecy over 600 years before the Temple was destroyed in 70 c.e., he was inspired to write for us who live in these days; In Yechetzqyah’s Prophecies are the complete measurements of a Temple—a Temple unlike any other that has ever been built before. His pattern, with all its measurements, exactly fits the area of land sitting north of the Dome of the Rock! Yechetzqyah confirms that this is where the Temple will be set.

Before we continue, let's put this Prophet to the test, so to speak, to see if there is any reliability in the things that he was inspired to write. There is significant evidence available to prove whether or not his proclamations can be relied upon: whether they were written by men or were inspired by a Super Intelligence.

Here is only ONE example:


In the year 590 B.C., the Prophet Yechetzqyah spoke to and prophesied against a great city called Tyre. Tyre was nationally comparable at that time to New York City, U.S.A., today. With sea ports and island har­bors, Tyre readily imported a steady stream of supplies through her sea routes. Tyre was also supplied by land, but if she were to be cut off from supplies by land, she supposedly could easily survive because of her sea lanes. The walls surrounding this city were thought to be of eternal strength. They were built to protect this thriving city against any and all attacks. This city was impregna­ble, or so it was believed.

Tyre was a Phoenician seaport in what is now Leba­non. Originally, an island with two great harbors, the chief trading center of the Mediterranean, it is now a peninsula. Tyre was founded in the 1500’s B.C. Tyre re­sisted siege by Assyrian and Babylonian alike; defied several armies, including that of Nebuchadnezzar; fell (332 B.C.) to Alexander the Great after being besieged for seven months. After she fell, 8,000 Tyrians were slaughtered, 2,000 executed, and 3,000 sold into slavery. The Romans, as well as Cleopatra, cherished Tyre’s silken garments. The Prophet Yechetzqyah was inspired by the Creator, Whose Name is Yahweh, to prophesy against this city, as great as it was, and to say, in the year 590 B.C., ‘‘You will fall!’’ The Holy Scriptures in which this Prophecy is written give complete details of Tyre’s destruction. PROPHECY NOT BY MERE MEN! No person can tell you what will take place fifty or one hundred years from now. In fact, no person can show you what will or will not take place tomorrow, or even in the next hour! Yet, Yechetzqyah, under the inspiration of Yahweh, foretold in exact detail how the great city of Tyre would meet her destruction. Tyre was a great and wealthy city, and was, as it were, a ‘‘World Trade Center’’ of her time.

Read this for yourself in: YECHETZQYAH (EZEKIEL) 27:1-17

1 The Word of Yahweh came to me again, saying: 2 Now, son of man, take up a lamentation for Tyre, 3 And say to Tyre; O you who are situated at the entry of the sea, a merchant of the people for many isles, this is what Father Yahweh says: O Tyre, you have said; I am of perfect beauty. 4 Your borders are in the midst of the seas, your builders have perfected your beauty. 5 They made all your ship’s boards of fir trees from Senir; they have taken cedars from Lebanon to make masts for you. 6 Of the oaks of Bashan they have made your oars; the company of the Ashurites have made your benches of ivory, brought from the isles of Chittim; Cyprus. 7 Fine linen with embroidered work from Egypt was what you spread for your sail; blue and purple from the isles of Elishah was what covered you. 8 The inhabitants of Sidon and Arvad were your mariners; oarsmen; your wise men, O Tyre, that were in you, were your pilots. 9 Elders of Gebal and its wise men were in you to caulk your seams; all the ships of the sea and their oarsmen were in you to deal in your merchandise. 10 Those from Persia, from Lud, and from Phut were in your army, your men of war hung shield and helmet in you; they brought forth your splendor. 11 The men of Arvad, with your army, were upon your walls all around; and the Gammadim were in your towers. They hung their shields upon your walls all around; they have made your beauty perfect. 12 Tarshish; Spain, was your merchant, doing business with you because of your multitude of all kinds of riches; with silver, iron, tin, and lead they traded for your wares. 13 Yavan; Greece, Tubal, and Meshech; in the mountainous region between the Black and Caspian Seas, were your merchants; they traded slaves and articles of bronze in your market. 14 Those of the house of Togarmah; Armenia, traded for your wares with chariot horses, cavalry horses, and mules. 15 The men of Dedan; in Arabia, were your merchants. Many isles were your own markets; they brought you in payment horns of ivory and ebony. 16 Aram; Syria, was your merchant because of the multitude of the wares you made; they traded for your wares with their merchandise: emeralds, purple, embroidered work, fine linen, coral, and agate. 17 Yahdah and the land of Israyl, they were your merchants; they traded in your market wheat of Minnith; in Ammon, pannag; product uncertain, honey, oil, and balm.

Although Tyre was a great and wealthy city, Yahweh in­spired Yechetzqyah to write of her destruction in: YECHETZQYAH 26:1-21

1 In the eleventh year, in the first day of the moon, the word of Yahweh came to me, saying: 2 Son of man, because Tyre has said against Yerusalem; Aha! She is broken! The gate to the people has swung open to me; I will be replenished, now that she is laid waste; 3 This is what Father Yahweh says: Behold, Behold, I am against you, O Tyre, and will cause many nations to come up against you, just as the sea causes its waves to come up. 4 And they will destroy the walls of Tyre, and break down her towers; her dust will be scraped from her, and she will be made like the top of a rock. 5 It will be a place for the spreading of nets in the midst of the sea, for I have spoken, says Father Yahweh: it will become a plunder for the nations. 6 And Tyre's daughters; her cities and villages, which are on the mainland, will be slain by the sword; and they will know that I am Yahweh. 7 For this is what Father Yahweh says: Behold, Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon, a king of kings, will be brought against Tyre, the citadel of your institutions, from the north, with horses, with chariots, with horsemen, with an army and many people. 8 He will slay your daughters on the mainland with the sword; he will build up a siege ramp against your citadels, build a wall against your citadels, and raise up the buckler; shields as a defense, against your citadels. 9 He will direct the blows of his battering rams against the walls of your citadels, and with his axes he will break down your towers. 10 By reason of the abundance of his horses, their dust will cover your institutions; the walls of your citadels will shake at the noise of the horsemen, of the wheels, and of the chariots, when he enters into your gates, as men enter a city in which a breach has been made. 11 With the hooves of his horses he will tread down all your streets; he will slay your people by the sword, and your mighty obelisks of god (el) worship will fall to the ground. 12 They will make plunder of your riches, and make a prey of your merchandise; they will break down the walls of your citadels, and destroy your pleasant houses; then they will lay your circles of Stones Measured off for Desolations, your sacred Poles, and the rubble from your altars into the midst of the sea. 13 The voice of your songs will be put to an end; the sound of your harps will be heard no more. 14 You and your citadels will be made like the top of a rock; you will be a place to spread nets upon. You will be rebuilt no more; for I, Yahweh, have spoken, says Father Yahweh. 15 This is what Father Yahweh says to Tyre: Will the isles not shake at the sound of your fall, when the wounded cry, when the slaughter is made in the midst of you? 16 Then all the princes of the sea will come down from their thrones, lay aside their robes, and remove their embroidered garments. They will clothe themselves with trembling; they will sit upon the ground, tremble every moment, and be astonished; appalled, at you. 17 They will take up a lamentation over you, and say of you; How you are destroyed, O one of renown, attended by men of the sea! She was powerful in the sea, she and her inhabitants, who cause their terror to be on all who dwelled in it! 18 Now will the isles tremble in the day of your fall; yes, the isles that are in the sea will be troubled at your departure. 19 For this is what Father Yahweh says: When I will make you a desolate city, like the cities that are not inhabited; when the deep is brought upon you, and great waters will cover you; 20 Then you will be brought down with those who descend into the pit, with the people of ancient times, and who were set below__in places desolate from antiquity, with those who go down into the pit so that you will never be inhabited again; and I will set glory in the land of the living. 21 You will be made a terror, and you will be no more, though you are searched for, yet you will never be found again, says Father Yahweh.

We read in: YECHETZQYAH 27:27

27 Your riches, your wares, your merchandise, your oarsmen, your pilots, your caulkers, the traders of your merchandise, and all your men of war who are in you, with all your company which is in your midst, will fall into the heart of the seas in the day of your ruin.

These Prophecies came to pass in detail, but not until 258 years had passed! Yes, Yechetzqyah had prophesied against Tyre in 590 b.c.e., but this Prophecy did not come to pass until the year 332 b.c.e.—258 years after he wrote this Prophecy against this great city.

You can research for yourself the history of Tyre along with its destruction.

No mere man can foretell future events. Many ‘‘guess’’ at them, but are always proven wrong as time goes by.

The new third Temple will be built according to the prophecies of Yechetzqyah. We have the only, patented deciphered exact measurements of the Temple to be built in this time period.

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