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Red Heifer Is Born Claims Temple Institute (Video)


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JERUSALEM, ISRAEL (Worthy News)-- The Temple Institute announced the finding of a red heifer, which is believed to be necessary in the event the Temple will be rebuilt.  The ashes of the red heifer are thought to be necessary for purification of Temple priests as well as the final preparation of Temple vessels.

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9 thoughts on “Red Heifer Is Born Claims Temple Institute (Video)

  1. Exciting, but we have a ways to go before we know if she's the one, right? I read somewhere they have to be at least 3 yrs old before they can be deemed perfect, is that correct?

    • It would seem logical that it be born in Israel rather than half way around the world. What does scripture say? And who came up with the 3 year requirement?

    • When building the first temple King Solomon made a league with Hiram King of Tyre for Lebanon Lumber. Also, much gold and wealth was given to King Solomon from many places and kingdoms during his rule, which he used for the temple. This makes me think that the red heifer could perhaps be found being provided to Israel as well?

  2. If anyone thinks a red heifer , can be more effective than "Jesus Christ of Nazereth "Gods Lamb that takes away the sins of the world ! they need to read the New testament , and come to the reality that the Old testament is faded away . As far as redemption goes (read the book of Hebrews ). The blood of bulls or any other animal did not please God nor can ever do that , thats why animal scarafices needed to be repeated often . But Jesus Pleased the Father and its once for all ( His Sacrifice), never needed to be repeated , any other attempt is just antichrist and a false way to God . " Jesus said no man can come to God the father but by Him , also He is the only mediator between God and Man . According to the NT .

    • Yes Bob, as Christians, we agree with you. A red heifer could never be more effective that our Lord and Savior Yahushuah. However, the Israeli's never accepted Him as their Lord and Redeemer. Daniel's 70th week, also known as The Time of Jacob's Trouble, reinstitutes the Jewish customs that pertain to the building of the Third Temple and the sacrifices which requires a red heifer. It is only after the Anti-Christ ceases the sacrifices halfway through the Great Tribulation and at some point after that the veil is lifted from the eyes of the Jewish people and they recognize Yahushuah as their Messiah.

    • Scripturally there is no age specification. "THE TALMUD: The entire tractate *Parah is devoted to the laws of the red heifer. The accepted opinion in talmudic law is that a cow which has been mounted by a bull may not be used for the ritual (Par. 2:4).The Mishnah specifies that the cow be at least three to four years old; younger than three is termed "calf " (Heb. eglah) rather than "cow" (Par. 1:1). Furthermore, R. Meir asserts that theoretically the animal may be aged. In practice, he explains, a younger one is more likely to fulfill the other biblical specifications (Par. 1:1). Since the red heifer is called a sin offering (Ḥattat; Num. 19:9), the rabbis applied to it the laws appertaining to this offering."

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