‘Trump’s Peace Deal is Akin to Decree of King Cyrus Paving Path For Third Temple’ says Israeli Politician
“Just as many people do not view Trump’s deal favorably, this was also true when King Cyrus proclaimed that the Jews could return to build the Second Temple. Most of the Jews opposed Cyrus’ decree. They simply did not understand that it was his decree that would bring about the Second Temple.”
Alarmed by these developments, the Sanhedrin sat in judgment and issued an ultimatum to the Iranian government:
Today, despite the millions of Jews who have returned to Israel thanks to the proclamations of Lord Balfour and President Truman, there is one heartbreaking vestige of our ancient captivity.
Trump’s Purim declaration recognizing Israeli sovereignty over the Golan solidifies his role as King Cyrus reloaded but the Biblical comparison comes with many disclaimers.
Next month, a super blood moon will pass over the U.S. capital on a Jewish holiday in a manner that one pastor argues connects to a prophecy in Zechariah, creating a link between Donald Trump and Persian King Cyrus building the Jewish Temple.
Jerusalem will have a new mayor next week and more than any other election this year will decide the religious nature of Israel’s capital. The nascent Sanhedrin has addressed a letter to the two candidates emphasizing the role of the Third Temple in municipal current policy.
‘I have to give thanks to our tenacious president, Donald J. Trump. As I always say about him, ‘promise made, promise kept,’’ said Paula White, a pastor and televangelist.
On Monday, when Israelis and Jews around the world rejoice at this formal declaration by America of Jerusalem as Israel’s historic and eternal capital, Jews will not be able to take credit. The credit for the embassy’s move goes to Christian Zionists.
To commemorate Israel’s 70th anniversary, the Temple Organizations minted a Trump/Cyrus coin with Bible verses in Hebrew, English, and Arabic. They also extended an invitation to Putin and Iran to take their prophesied role in building the Temple in Jerusalem in the hope that returning the site to a focus of universal prayer will avert the possibility of war.
As tensions between Israel and Iran flare after an Israeli airstrike in Syria killed seven Iranian military personnel, one prominent Rabbi is reaching out to Iran as a partner in redemption, connecting with the country’s ancient Persian heritage that played an essential role in building the Second Temple.