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On August 28, 2018, the Temple Institute in Jerusalem announced that a candidate for the rebuilt temple was born in the land of Israel. This is an important step for those following and understand the importance of end time Bible prophecy. After an extensive examination by rabbinical experts, the heifer was determined to be a viable candidate for the Biblical red heifer mentioned in the book of Numbers.

This is the ordinance of the law which the LORD hath commanded, saying, Speak unto the children of Israel, that they bring thee a red heifer without spot, wherein is no blemish, and upon which never came yoke: Numbers 19:2

The red heifer brings the promise of reinstating Biblical purity to the word, and the rebuilding of the Holy Temple.
The heifer will be examined again in three months to determine whether it continues to possess the qualifications for the red heifer, a necessary prerequisite for the renewal of divine service in the Holy temple.

This news is really exciting to Bible prophecy watchers around the world and should be watched closely for any developments. The red heifer birth could mean that Ezekiel's temple, sometimes referred to as the third Jewish temple could become reality sooner rather than later. A red heifer without spot is one of the requirements according to Biblical prophecy and if fulfilled, not only could the Jewish temple be rebuilt, but the return of Jesus Christ could also be just around the corner.

The Temple Institute stressed that it is possible, through the aging process or natural causes, that the red heifer could become disqualified and therefore not able to fulfill the necessary requirements of this prophecy. The news of the red heifer's birth is sending waves of excitement through the minds of end time Bible prophecy watchers everywhere.

The Altar of the Lord has been reconstructed by the Temple Institute. This major Bible prophecy advancement is exciting for both Jews and Christians. The Institute, based in the Old City of Jerusalem, announced it has finished building an altar that is essentially "ready for use" in sacrificial services.

This alter was the last component required for reconstruction before practices such as animal sacrifice could be performed after the Third Temple is constructed. It is a major component among many others, but the plans for a third Jewish temple are now more promising than ever before.

This announcement will surely excite prophecy watchers around the world. Regardless of one's eschatological leanings, every sincere student of the Word of God knows there are at least hints, if not clear declarations, of something happening just before the return of the Lord that involves altar sacrifices and the distinct possibility of a rebuilt temple on the Temple Mount.
In the past, attempts have been made to sacrifice goats on special occasions such as Passover. The events were held on the Temple Mount, but received strong criticism from other religious groups, namely Muslims, who consider the hilltop as the third most sacred spot in Islam.

The returning Jews built this holy altar although fears of attack from surrounding enemies were almost a given. Once the altar was rebuilt, regular sacrifices were reinstated and the returnees celebrated their first festival — the Feast of Tabernacles.

The Temple Institute has been ready to reconstruct the Third Temple for several years and this alter has ignited their ambitions even further.

There has always been special interest for news of the Third Temple in the Christian community. It makes sense because this generation has been really exciting and news about the third temple reminds us that Jesus Christ is about to return. Watching Bible prophecy unfold before our eyes is incredible and it's exciting to see what the future holds.

Source: WHD