Yahweh's Sanctuary

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posted on Sep, 7 2013 @ 03:00 PM
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In contrast to the land, Yahweh’s sanctuary can be purified for moral impurity by means of a special sacrifice. The blood of the animal, the blood of the sacrifice is the key to the whole ritual. Blood, the blood that courses through one’s veins, represents the life force; the Noahide covenant, you may not spill human blood. And you may not eat animal flesh that has the lifeblood in it, because the blood is the life and that belongs to Yahweh, that’s holy. So the life force is holy, and the life force is in the blood; Leviticus 17:11, repeats the blood prohibition, and then it offers a rationale. “For the life of the flesh is in the blood, and I have assigned it to you for making expiation for your lives upon the altar.” Yahweh assigned it to them to use in sacrificial practices. It is the blood as life that effects expiation, purging and atonement. The blood of sacrificial animals is assigned by Yahweh as a detergent, if you will, to cleanse the sanctuary of the impurities that are caused by the sinful deeds of the Israelites. Purification of the sanctuary was believed to be critical to the health and the well-being of the community. If the sanctuary is not purged of impurity, it can become polluted to the point when Yahweh is driven out entirely. The purification offering acts on the sanctuary, not on the offerer. It purges the sanctuary of the defilement that is symbolically; it has symbolically suffered from the offerer’s state of ritual impurity or sinfulness. Once the sanctuary is purged, the offerer has settled his debt, he’s repaired the damage he caused. He’s fully atoned, and Yahweh is no longer repelled by the impurity that marred his sanctuary.

Matt. 27:51, the earthquake that fractured the rock opened a fissure that ran down through 20 foot of solid rock into a cave and cracked the stone lid on top of a black stone volt where the Ark of the Covenant lie hidden inside, pushing the lid aside. John 19:34, the blood of Jesus ran down through that crevice and dripped onto the Mercy Seat of the Ark of the Covenant that was hidden by God and the prophet Jeremiah, right under where they crucified Jesus, 620 years earlier when the Babylonians destroyed Salomon’s temple. The Greek word used for “the cross” on which Jesus was put to death is “stauros,” which denotes an upright pale or stake. It never means two pieces of timber placed across one another at any angle, but always of one piece alone. There is nothing in the Greek of the New Testament even to imply two pieces of timber. The blood of Jesus would do no good for the Israelites dripping on “stauros!” The issue with God today is the son, not sin; because the blood of Jesus dripped on “stauros” or dripped on “the Mercy Seat of the Ark of the Covenant?”




posted on Sep, 7 2013 @ 04:03 PM
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Wow! That's quite an imagination you got there. The blood of Jesus must have ran pretty far, as he was crucified at Golgotha, outside the city walls, nowhere near the Temple. Why do you think that the Hebrews hide the Ark of the Covenant under the hill that the Roman's used to inflict their form of justice, crucifixion?


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posted on Sep, 7 2013 @ 07:01 PM
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Windword, the background to the OP's OP probably lies in the work of Ron Wyatt, who claimed to have found the real Ark of the Covenant with the blood of Jesus on the Mercy Seat. Here's a link to a video, and there are several others on the subject at EweToob:

www.youtube.com...



posted on Sep, 7 2013 @ 07:33 PM
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Thank God the true God of creation does not require the blood of the innocent... Unlike the blood thirsty God of the OT

I will have mercy, and not sacrifice...

the only "sacrifice" must come from within...






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