Monday, April 21, 2008

Temple Mount Faithful

The Hulda gates had a special significance in the history of the First and Second Temples. It was the main entrance to the Temple Mount for many millions of Israeli pilgrims. The gates were named after the prophet Hulda. She was one of the most popular and important prophets of Israel during the First Temple age. The people of Israel appreciated her so much that they buried her near the southern gates of the Temple Mount. The lighting of the Hanukkah Menorah at this Holy place was the climax of the Hanukkah event of the Faithful Movement on the Temple Mount. . . . more

Indeed, this special event took place at a very special time in the history of Israel. It is during this time that Israel continues to rebuild the Kingdom of G-d in the holy land while her many enemies are trying to stop it. In so doing, they are attempting to destroy one of the most godly events in all of history: the rebirth of Israel in the promised land. . . . more

The Temple Mount and Land of Israel Faithful Movement made on April 5th, 2007 for the first time since the Temple was destroyed by the Romans in the year 70 CE the Pesach pilgrimage to the southern Hulda Gates of the holy Temple Mount, carrying the "omer" through their gates to the Temple Mount as an offering to the G-d of Israel exactly as He called us to do in His Word. The harvest "omer", which is the first harvest cut from the fields of Israel was cut by the Faithful Movement in the fields of Israel exactly as the G-d of Israel commanded us.

The southern gates of the Temple Mount were called since the time of the First Temple the Hulda Gates. They were built by King Solomon around the year 1000 BCE and were rebuilt and remodeled by King Herod during the years 91 BCE to 2 CE. These gates were in the First and the Second Temple the main entrance of the Israeli pilgrims to the Temple Mount on their way to worship in the Temple. These major gates to the Temple Mount were called . . . more

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