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Kalissha August 17, 2019 at 1:48 pm

You didn’t answer your question and certainly left out truth. The verses say the Kingdom is for Israel, but then you say you’re going to be welcomed in too. Yah is not the author of confusion nor lies but man surely does lie.

Jack Wellman August 17, 2019 at 3:09 pm

Jews and Gentiles are welcomed into the kingdom but only those Jews and Gentiles who repent and trust in Christ. There is no other way into the Kingdom than thru Christ, be you Jewish or Gentile (Acts 4:12). That’s what the Bible teaches and I believe it.

jane latham June 2, 2020 at 11:39 am

Good afternoon;

I have a question, I am studying the book of Ezekiel,
and I chapter 41 when he is given the precise measurements of how it was to be built, I see that there was no gate in the west wall. The Holy of Holies was next to that wall.

The East wall faces the rising sun… symbolic of Jesus Christ , the LIGHT…. and the west wall blocks the sun going down, so is that symbolic that God is protecting his people from the Darkness- or Evil that comes from darkness?

Jack Wellman June 2, 2020 at 12:15 pm

Hello Jane. That’s a very, very good question. As you know, there are actually 12 gates in the New Jerusalem, but the temple Ezekiel describes seems to be different than the city itself. Perhaps it is an analytical way of telling us that He will always be with us…the Light of the World, and in fact, the sun and moon will be no more after the New Jerusalem comes down from heaven and onto earth. This doesn’t mean the moon and sun will be gone, but in comparison to the glory of God, the Son of God, there will be no need for light in the New Jerusalem….elsewhere in the world, there’ll be sun needed as all nations shall come to worship the Lord our God…coming up to Jerusalem. I like your thought that He is protecting us from the darkness and the Evil One…good possibility. Thank you for your comment. I see you hunger to grow.

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