posted on Nov, 1 2008 @ 01:40 AM
The battle of Gog and Magog, also known as Armageddon. It’s the last great battle between good and evil, Satan and the Antichrist rally the
accumulative military forces of the world to attack Israel. God himself comes down and defeats assailing armies.
According to revelations immediately there after would, Satan is cast into the pit of hell and people are then pulled from the dead and judged by
their works. Ezekiel talks about the battle of Gog and Magog in Ezekiel Ch 38-9, but oddly Christians stop reading there. You see the proxy doesn’t
end with god defeating Satan’s army in Ch 40-48, Ezekiel is given descriptions and a tour of god’s temple – complete with the schematics the
size of different rooms, the size of alters and so on and it’s really kind of dry reading which is probably why most people don’t continue on. You
get to Ch 43 and Ezekiel starts describing sin offerings. Ch 43 V 21-5
“Thou shalt take the bullock also of the sin offering, and he shall burn it in the appointed place of the house, without the sanctuary. And on the
second day thou shalt offer a kid of the goats without blemish for a sin offering; and they shall cleanse the altar, as they did cleanse it with the
bullock. When thou hast made an end of cleansing it, thou shalt offer a young bullock without blemish, and a ram out of the flock without blemish. And
thou shalt offer them before the lord, and the priests shall cast salt upon them, and they shall offer them up for a burnt offering unto the lord.
Seven days shalt thou prepare every day a goat for a sin offering: they shall also prepare a young bullock, and a ram out of the flock, without
Now this is after the end of the world, this is after Armageddon, god’s come down, he’s decimated Satan, supposedly all of the sinful people have
been sent to hell or cast into the lake of fire according to revelations and judged by their works but yet he’s demanding sin offerings. Now if
Jesus was really the last sin offering that was really needed then why does Ezekiel prophesy about sin offerings being offered after Christ
So what does that say about Jesus’ sacrifice – what Jesus sacrifice too small, too little, was it not enough to please god? Was Jesus’ sacrifice
so insignificant that god will have to reinstate the traditional sin offerings after he comes back to rule the world again?
Was Jesus’ sacrifice too in insignificant to please god? If not, why does god reinstate animal sacrifices?