Israeli Sanhedrin Warns the U.N.
Nov 09, 2009
The Sanhedrin has warned the UN General Assembly not to hold a plenum debate on the anti-Israel Goldstone Report.
In a letter to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon and the UN's member states, the Sanhedrin warns that continued consideration of what it calls the "hostile, fallacious, and malicious" Goldstone document will bring upon the world the catastrophic events described in the Bible's Book of Joel, Chapter 3. . . .
The Sanhedrin then explained by what authority it issues injunctions to the United Nations: "The International Court of the Sanhedrin operates by the power of the Bible, the only Holy Writ whose essence was handed over to mankind at Mt. Sinai [the Torah], and of the Prophets, sent to all nations of the world and universally held in respect by them. By virtue of this delegated authority, passed down from one generation to the next ever since the time of Moses our teacher, the master of all of prophets, and by virtue of the succession of authority in Jewish tradition, we appealed to you that you might not fail and thus fail the world, bringing upon it catastrophe" . . . .
The letter is signed by Rabbi Dov Stein, Secretary of the Sanhedrin, and Rabbi Prof. Hillel Weiss, spokesman.
They appeal to the authority of Moses, as if "the succession of authority" automatically means that they believe exactly like Moses believed. Jesus said in John 5:45-47,
(45) Do not think that I will accuse you before the Father; the one who accuses you in Moses, in whom you have set your hope. (46) For if you believed Moses, you would believe Me, for he wrote of Me. (47) But if you do not believe his writings, how will you believe My words?
The Sanhedrin obviously has ruled that the Israeli government has the right to mistreat Palestinians in their attempt to make life so miserable for them that they will voluntarily leave Palestine.
They do not understand the bigger picture, because they are still locked into the mindset of the Old Covenant, having rejected the New Covenant and its Mediator many years ago.
In their rejection of the Mediator of the New Covenant in the first century, the Sanhedrin voted to retain the Old Covenant given at Mount Sinai IN ARABIA (Gal. 4:25). Arabia is the inheritance of Ishmael, and Mount Sinai is "Hagar," the mother of Ishmael. So the Jewish Sanhedrin inadvertently put Jerusalem under the lawful authority of Ishmael.
So God saw to it that the Jews were removed from that land, and ultimately, He gave that land to the children of Ishmael.
Now the Jews want it back, but they are unwilling to overrule or nullify their previous legal ruling in the first century, which brought about the change of authority in the first place.
Sorry, rabbi. The law of God does not work that way. You have put away the law by your own traditions (Mark 7:9).
God has appointed a new Sanhedrin in the earth. It's not just 72 men any more. David doubled the 12 princes to 24 courses of priests (1 Chron. 23), and the Sanhedrin was also doubled to 144. When the glory of God (Holy Spirit) was given, this number was multiplied by 1000 (the number of "glory") to 144,000. None of them are Old Covenant rabbis.