The resumption of animals sacrifices September 25
Sep 11, 2019
Israeli Jews have scheduled the resumption of animal sacrifices (on the Mount of Olives) for September 25, 2019. This tramples on the blood of Christ and is the final rejection of the true Messiah in our day just prior to the final destruction of Jerusalem prophesied in Jeremiah 19:10, 11.
I am not sure why they chose September 25, since by most calculations the first day of the new year (Rosh Hoshana) is September 30. Rosh Hoshana is traditionally the beginning of creation. Nonetheless, while they no doubt view this as a time of rejoicing, it is actually the opposite. I have long held the view that when they offer their first animal sacrifice, it will mark the beginning of the end of Jerusalem in our time.
Another purpose of the conference and the organization of the 70 Nations is to begin the return of the lost ten-tribes of Israel.
“The establishment of the modern State of Israel began the process of the ingathering of the exiles,” Rabbi Weiss explained. “In the past, people who were descended from Jews would fade away and never return. We are blessed to live in an age when so many of these people are discovering their roots in the Jewish people and are reconnecting to this. But the next step is to raise awareness so that the lost ten-tribes of Israel can return as well, as prophesied.”
Here they say that it marks the start of the return of the lost tribes of Israel. This ought to be an eye opener to most Christians, who have been told that the Jews are Israel. To be sure, the rabbi quoted above confuses the issue by saying that the Israelites “are discovering their roots in the Jewish people.”
Sorry, their roots are not in the Jewish people. Israel and Judah were separate nations after the death of Solomon. The lost tribes were never called “Jews,” because Jew is just an English term that is short for Judah. The Israelites were not of Judah.
The Israelites held the birthright, because the tribes of Joseph led Israel, and his sons were given the birthright, even as Judah held the right of rulership (1 Chronicles 5:1, 2). They had distinct callings.
When Israel and Judah are reunited, it will not be under a racial banner. Israel and Judah can come together only under the Kingship of Jesus Christ (Hosea 1:11). If the Jews reject Jesus Christ as the Lamb of God and decide to stay with animal sacrifices, there can be no unification with Israel. Any genealogical Israelites who return to Judaism are giving up their birthright and are identifying themselves as children of Hagar, the earthly Jerusalem (Galatians 4:25). The children of Hagar are not inheritors of the Kingdom but must be “cast out” (Galatians 4:30).
So if they do indeed begin to sacrifice animals, I believe it will mark the beginning of the end for Jerusalem. It will start a countdown toward the casting out of Hagar once and for all.