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Wednesday, 1 October 2014

Jewish Sanhedrin & Muslims: Messianic Mahdi

This is an excellent short video with subtitles because it shares by people from different backgrounds, what is written, foretold what is to be expected. You may want to stop the video to read every word.



It is in looking to research about the people who are speaking out that we discover in this case, Adnan Oktar is a respected author who has in another video I will share speaks out for the longing of unity of the people in Islam because there has been a division of people that has historical reasons - again in researching about this, we can learn why. But a Godless English establishment dictating the world is suspect. The war mongers in our world do not represent God and they are not serving Jesus Christ in truth either.



In a heart to heart message from Jesus, the wars are nothing to do with him. It is known by sincere believers from different nationalities that Jesus is returning and that will be the end of the evil ruling.

There needs to be an end to all wars. But the problem is there are people who lust after power and that is their ego need. This hunger for power might even being prepared to lose their soul. Everyone can humble themselves and give up everything to follow Christ, this is an offer presented openly. But not knowing what has taken place behind closed doors or with who, not everything is forgiven - evil prevails.

Quoting what is written on the Youtube channel:

'The Jewish Sanhedrin, a recently reinstated public body of Jewish leadership, has voiced their agreement with some Muslims that the coming Mahdi is the Messiah.Both agree that the building of the Temple is one of the stages in the Messianic process. In this interview, they attempt to bring Christians in as part of the "divine plan." 

Author Adnan Oktar recently met with three representatives from the re-established Jewish Sanhedrin, a group of 71 Orthodox rabbis and scholars from Israel, to discuss how religious Muslims, Jews and Christians can work together on the project. - Bible Vision is posting this video here for your reference and for our website. (see original article at Bible Vision International - January 7, 2010, Jewish Sanhedrin & Muslims Agree on Coming End Times -- http://bible-vision.info/bvi/2010/01/... )

The Sanhedrin has placed this notice on their website:


"Out of a sense of collective responsibility for world peace and for all humanity we have found it timely to call to the World and exclaim that there is a way out for all peoples. It is etched in a call to all humanity: We are all the sons of one father, the descendants of Adam, and all humanity is but a single family. Peace among Nations will be achieved through building the House of G-d, where all peoples will serve as foreseen by King Solomon in his prayers at the dedication of the First Holy Temple. Come let us love and respect one another, and love and honor and hold our heavenly Father in awe. Let us establish a house of prayer in His name in order to worship and serve Him together, for the sake of His great compassion. He surely does not want the blood of His creations spilled, but prefers love and peace among all mankind. We pray to the Almighty Creator, that you harken to our Call. Together -- each according to his or her ability -- we shall work towards the building of the House of Prayer for All Nations on the Temple Mount in peace and mutual understanding."

A few years ago I was inspired about the Hagia Sophia in Istanbul could be the ideal neutral House of Prayer for people of all nationalities - for whoever wants to pray and/or light a candle for loved ones - The building has ancient pillars from the temple that stood before. It was just a thought. Since this I learned that laws are in place to prevent any imperial ceremonies taking place - as a precaution?

Peace be with you
Pauline Maria

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