Gilbert House Fellowship #204: Ezekiel 40-42

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DID EZEKIEL see John the Revelator, or at least his supernatural guide? That’s one of the interesting questions raised by Ezekiel’s vision of a new temple in Jerusalem.

We discuss the need for the Third Temple, given that the new Jerusalem will not have temple in it (see Rev. 21:22), when this temple might be raised, and some of the differences between the temple in Ezekiel’s vision and the one built by Solomon.

Comparison of the size of the temple in Ezekiel’s vision to Herod’s Temple, Solomon’s Temple, and the Court of the Tabernacle. Click for larger image.

Big news: Pastor Carl Gallups, messianic rabbi Zev Porat, and Justen & Wes Faull are part of the 2019 SkyWatchTV Wars of the Gods Tour of Israel!

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5 Responses to Gilbert House Fellowship #204: Ezekiel 40-42

  1. Pingback: Ezekiel’s Temple – Weapon of Mass Distraction

  2. Love listening to your teachings. Excellent.

    RE: The highest mountain – there are verses that refer in the latter days that the mountain of the Lord will be the highest on the earth and all the nations will travel to it. Isa 2:2, Micah 4.1.

    RE: Bronze – The bronze color is an effect of the glory. Both the angels I have seen and on visits to heaven, I have noticed my skin radiating a bronze color. On one of those visits, Jesus gave me a gold goblet and had me drink from the river of life. My entire body began radiating glory that made my skin look bronze in color.

    RE: The sons of Zadok were the only ones who protected the temple when the other Jews and Priests of Levi were in rebellion. Ezk 44:15, and Ezk 48:11 Heard you mention Logos. Search “sons WITHIN 4 WORDS zadok”

    Wish I could go on the tour, but I do have the streaming service for the conference in Sept.

  3. Chris

    Does it really matter where the old Holy of Holies was located. The Whole Earth is God’s Footstool.
    The ground near the burning bush was holy because God blessed it and made it so.
    God can set up His Temple and bless the whole ground to make everywhere holy whenever he wants. The ground in the Most Holy was only holy because God consecrated it so. It wasn’t holy before that, or after the temple was destroyed.

    • derek

      As Christians, no, it doesn’t matter now. It mattered in the days of Moses through the time of Jesus. We mention it only because it’s what Jews believe.

  4. Jake

    I was listening to Ezekiel 40-42. If you read the sign at the base of the Menorah it says it is a replica of the menorah going into the temple. A friend of mine told me it WAS THE Menorah going in the Temple. But that isn’t what I read on the plaque.

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