Black Spirituality Religion : The New Sanhedrin Reveals Plans For A New Jewish King

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  1. GP

    GP Banned MEMBER

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    The New Sanhedrin Reveals Plans For A New Jewish King
    TEMPLE MOUNT, ISRAEL - The 71 rabbis that recently re-formed the Sanhedrin continue to meet regularly, solidifying their organizational structure and establishing an agenda of topics.

    In their latest meeting, they discussed technical and procedural issues, topics for their agenda, and the Halakhic (Jewish law) and other ramifications of renewing the Passover sacrifice.

    The rabbis re-established the legislative-religious body last October 13 in a festive ceremony in Tiberias. The day was the 28th day of the Jewish month of Tishrei, the Sanhedrin was inaugurated as Judaism's supreme legal body. The rabbis stress that by forming this group, they are merely fulfilling a Biblical command, or mitzvah.

    "It is a special mitzvah, based on our presence in Israel, to establish a Sanhedrin," Rabbi Meir Halevy, one of the 71 members of the new Sanhedrin, has explained. According to Rabbi Halevy, a 12th-century Torah scholar named Maimonides, laid out a detailed ...process for restoring the body in his seminal work codifying Jewish Law, the "Mishnah Torah."

    Meeting in Jerusalem's Old City - near where the last Sanhedrin met many centuries ago, the modern-day Sanhedrin consists of representatives of all stripes of religious Jewish society. These Rabbis are seeking to re-establish Jewish legal tradition after 2,000 years of exile.

    Rabbi Chaim Richman said, "This seems to be the perfect time to [restart the Sanhedrin], a time of Divine will. On the one hand, there is a spiritual void in the 'establishment,' and ... there is a real thirst among the public for spirituality and guidance."

    Topics the rabbis thought the Sanhedrin should deal with included: assisting in Aliyah, locating the Ark of the Covenant, solidifying a Jewish code of ethics, establishing smaller, regional "Sanhedrins," and clarifying procedures on religious ceremonies.

    The Sanhedrin has announced they have found a man that they claim is of the house and lineage of David, and is qualified to reign as King of Israel. Rabbi Yosef Dayan from Psagot,is said to be a leading candidate to become the "King of Israel." They say he has two documented ancient sources, confirmed by outside experts, which draw a direct line between him and the males in his family to King David.

    The Sanhedrin also discussed the construction of an altar on the Temple Mount to be used for the Passover Offering during the upcoming holiday. One idea is to climb the Mount and build the altar within minutes and sacrifice the lamb before security forces can stop them.

    The Jewish King's Coronation Day Draws Near
    The newly formed Sanhedrin in Israel believes that they have found a descendent of King David who is qualified to sit on a throne in Jerusalem, and his coronation could be soon. This is evidence that we are drawing close to the time described in Bible prophecy.

    After 1,600 years without the religious tribunal, the 71-member Sanhedrin was recently re-formed on the shores of the Sea of Galilee in Tiberias.

    Now, the Sanhedrin believes that they have found a descendant of the ancient Jewish King David. They believe he is a person who is in the lineage that can be traced back to Israel's second King of 3,000 years ago.

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  2. Joyce

    Joyce Well-Known Member MEMBER

    May 23, 2001
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    :eek:hmy: So the Sanhedrin is back at it again after all these years. Well they will only fail like they did before. The real King is on the way.