The Rebuilding of the Third Temple, the Bear of the North—Russia Coming Very Soon

SRH: Subsequently over a time, there was a great temple that had fallen into destruction. The people longed for its restoration, for it held great significance in their hearts. They believed that its rebuilding would bring them hope and prosperity. In a distant land, there lived a mighty bear, known as the Bear of the North. This bear was strong and powerful, commanding respect from all who encountered it. It possessed great influence and had the ability to shape the destiny of nations.

But as the bear roamed the land, a series of calamities and natural disasters began to unfold. It seemed as though the world was being shaken to its core. The people were filled with fear and uncertainty, wondering if these events were a sign of something greater. Little did they know, these events were intricately connected. The rebuilding of the temple, the bear's presence, and the In the realm of understanding, even the wisest scribes of eschatology find themselves wandering through a vast garden of uncertainty when attempting to decipher these sacred writings.

In a land where darkness seeks to sow seeds of division, there exists a force that harbors ill intentions towards a chosen people. This force, known as Satan, desires to bring about the eradication of the Jewish community. In doing so, it hopes to cast doubt upon the trustworthiness of God and the sacred teachings of the Bible. However, fear not, for this wicked plan shall not come to pass!

In a land of ancient tales, where promises were whispered through the ages, God's hand moved with grace. Like a gentle breeze, He opened the eyes that were once veiled in darkness, allowing the light to flood in. And lo, the hearts of thousands, belonging to the chosen ones, were touched by His divine touch.

The Scriptures, faithful and true, unfolded their words, revealing the fulfillment of ancient prophecies. In the realm of ancient wisdom, this occurrence mirrors the fulfillment of prophetic scriptures, revealing a profound sign that the final chapter of our journey is drawing near.

A New Jewish Temple?

Are we any closer to the rebuilding of the Temple today? The world is radically opposed to Israel’s claims in Jerusalem, much less their contested ownership of the Temple Mount. On a practical level, Jews are banned by Israeli law from praying at the site, and those who visit are daily accosted by Muslims, such as the Women in Black, who maintain a constant vigil on Jewish presence at the site. In addition, the Islamic authorities officially deny that a Temple ever existed at the site. Nevertheless, recent developments have contributed to the Temple Movement’s goals and the realization of the rebuilding of the Temple in our lifetime.

Answering the charge of denial a Jewish Temple ever existed on the site, archaeologists discovered in decades-old research that the site of the Al-Aqsa mosque, which Muslims believe was built by Abraham, was once a place for Jewish ritual preparation for entering the Temple. The evidence for this came from a report filed by British archaeologist Robert Hamilton who had documented excavations of the mosque’s foundations after it was destroyed in an earthquake in 1927. He discovered beneath the floor of the mosque the remains of a Jewish miqveh (ritual pool used for purification). It dated to the time of the Second Temple when Jews immersed at this site before entering the Temple precincts. These findings, hidden deep in the British Mandatory archives department because they embarrassed Muslim officials, now provide evidence that the ancient Temple stood on the modern Temple Mount and was a place of Jewish presence.

Behold, days are coming,’ declares the LORD, ‘when I will fulfill the good word which I have spoken concerning the house of Israel and the house of Judah. In those days and at that time I will cause a righteous Branch of David to spring forth; and He shall execute justice and righteousness on the earth. In those days Judah shall be saved, and Jerusalem shall dwell in safety; and this is the name by which she shall be called: the LORD is our righteousness.’ For thus says the LORD, ‘David shall never lack a man to sit on the throne of the house of Israel; and the Levitical priests shall never lack a man before Me to offer burnt offerings, to burn grain offerings, and to prepare sacrifices continually.

– Jeremiah 33:14–18, NASB

HNewsWire: Most Believers I speak to today firmly believe we are in the Last Days. Many have become almost obsessed with trying to interpret and unravel the Bible’s mysterious End-Time prophecies, and keep a keen eye on politics and world events—especially those that involve Israel or the Middle East. The news is scrupulously analyzed by many watching for specific prophetic signs:

A ten-nation confederacy, the Antichrist’s emergence and identity, the mark of the beast, the rebuilding of the Third Temple, the Bear of the North—Russia—and the cataclysmic rise of catastrophes and natural
disasters. Although these signs are indeed found in the Scriptures, they are apocalyptic texts—veiled and cryptic. Not even scholars of eschatology can interpret these texts with a great deal of certainty.
While all the above signs are certainly important, there are other clear signs taking place today that are to varying degrees overlooked or ignored. Yet they are some of the clearest signs we have pointing to the end of the age and the soon return of Yeshua.

Indeed, God has given us clear signposts, and He desires we be wise as the men of Issachar, who understood the times . . .
(1Chronicles 12:32 NIV). The term Last Days actually has a dual application, referring first to the time period following the death and resurrection of Yeshua ( Jesus), and second to the days immediately preceding His return. Read Full Story



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