The New Sanhedrin—Fulfilling Bible Prophecy

Israel has just celebrated its 60th birthday…. This was greatly kept out of much of the media… Israel has many enemies and one enemy is the media….You will not read about the new Sanhedrin that is coming together since 2004… It is made up of Orthodox and ultra-Orthodox rabbis…..They want Israel to conform to the Torah and the rabbinical laws…. Their goal is to not only rebuild the Temple in Jersalem but reinstate the priesthood, restore the sacrifical system and Temple worship but also opposes giving any Jewish lands to the Arabs….This new Sanhedrin is called the New Jewish Congress…
The government of Israel is pushing to abandon Judea and Samaria and its settlers living there…The Jewish settlers are now ready to establish a second Jewish state if need be and they are ready at all costs to protect their lands whether it be from the government or from the Arabs wanting to settle there….Land is very precious to the Jew and in the Bible as it is today, no respectable Jew would sell his land for it is an inheritance from God and is passed down from father to son….
All of these signs and plans are a great indicator that the last days that are told in Bible prophecy are closer ever day….
Let all our hearts be prepared and to be able to say “Come quickly Lord Jesus” …..

Blessings……….

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  1. But what specific prophecy would a new Sanhedrin fulfill?

    If you’re looking for a “great indicator” of the last days – how about the destruction of the city of Jerusalem and of the Temple in AD70? how about the fact that Jerusalem has been “trodden underfoot of the Gentiles” for the past 1,938 years since AD70? Not one stone was left standing on top of another, exactly as Jesus said. That was a marvel to the disciples, a tragic monument to every generation that this is the “last time”.

    The entire Church age is intrinsically called “the last days”. As the Apostle John said in the first generation: “Little children, it is the last time”. In fact, he called his generation “the last hour”. And Peter the Apostle called his own generation “the last days”. And Joel’s prophecy “…in the last days I will pour out my Spirit upon all flesh…” began to be fulfilled as far back as the day of Pentecost.

    If we keep watching developments in the Middle East (or anywhere else in the world) waiting for repeat fulfillments, aren’t we giving the subtle impression that we don’t really think we’re fully into the “last days” yet, as the Apostles declared we are? It would be erroneous to say the early Church and the Church down through the centuries was not in the “last days”.

    Whether our favored eschatological model teaches us to expect a repeat of certain events in the future or not, I’m thinking that it’s probably enough that we proclaim simply that it is the last hour – without resorting to falsely prephesying dates or generations. No man knows the day nor the hour. Little children, it is the last time.

    They’re just some questions I have.

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