Today’s Sanhedrin and Temple priests-in-training are now presented Divine grace – before their complete denial of true New Testament Scripture. As we enter apocryphal times, it is important to understand the Temple and its Levitical staff – in terms of the New Testament Letter to the Hebrews…
This overall perspective of the Letter to the Hebrews is especially important in its sustained comparison, between the Old Covenant and the New, as well as its extensive and sophisticated use of the OT.
In the Letter to the Hebrews, the repeated emphasis on priestly and sacrificial issues, throughout this Divinely-inspired work, may indicate it was written to a community of Levitical priests who had recently converted to Christianity. (Acts 6:7).
Acts 6:7 in the New Testament reveals: “And the word of God increased; and the number of the disciples multiplied greatly in Jerusalem, and a great many of the priests were obedient to the faith.”
These priests were converts who came from the priestly ranks of the Sadducees, who formed the Temple establishment – and possibly, also, from an Essene group of priests who lived in the southwest quarter of Jerusalem.
It is unknown whether the Letter to the Hebrews was authored before or after the fall of the Temple in 70 AD. Scholars show it may, on a particular understanding of Hebrews 13:4, have been written to a Jewish community in Italy.
Either way, the letter is presumably addressed to Jewish converts, who, because of persecution from without and nagging doubts from within, were tempted to revert to traditional Judaism and its Temple-centered worship.
(It could also have been addressed to the ancient Djerba Synagogue, located on the Tunisian island of Djerba, situated in the Jewish village of Hara Seghira currently known as er-Riadh: several kilometres southwest of Houmt El Souk, the main town of Djerba. The synagogue is the oldest in Tunisia. Besides being the center of the island’s Jewish life, it is a site of pilgrimage, Claims assert either a stone or a door from Solomon’s Temple – or from the Second Temple – is incorporated in the building.)
But either way, the Letter to the Hebrews is presumably addressed to Jewish converts, who, because of persecution from without and nagging doubts from within, were tempted to revert to traditional Judaism and its Temple-centered worship.
And now, with the soon emergence of the Temple in Jerusalem, the Sanhedrin and Levitical priesthood will again be tempted to revert to traditional Judaism and its Temple-centered worship. The Letter to the Hebrews attempts to dissuade them from this. This God-breathed epistle is for our day!
This Divinely-inspired epistle attempts to dissuade this group, once again, by stressing the inability of the Old Covenant to free us from sin (10:1-4). This is in sharp contrast to the absolute sufficiency of the New Covenant to cleanse our consciences and bring us into God’s presence through the covenant mediation of Jesus Christ (10:19-22).
The Letter to the Hebrews is in every official-Freemason King James Bible in Judeo-Masonic lodges. However, it will be ignored by Temple end-times participants, bent on reverting to traditional Judaism and its Temple-centered worship. The two witnesses prophesied in the Book of Revelation – whether Enoch and Elijah, or Moses and Elijah – will strongly reiterate the message in the Letter to the Hebrews.
Marxist Liberation Theology “Pope” Francis, simultaneously following the globalist agenda of the Parisian Lodge – which congratulated Cardinal Villot in 1967 for subjugating the traditional papal role, of ruling on faith and morals, to advancing the syncretistic Masonic world-religion agenda – will denigrate all fundamentalisms, including the fundamentals found in the Letter to the Hebrews.
As a loving warning of Divine grace before Divine wrath and judgment, today’s Sanhedrin and Levitical priesthood – tempted to revert to traditional Judaism and its Temple-centered worship – need to study the New Testament Letter to the Hebrews. To understand the priesthood of Melchizedek; to know why the New Covenant is superior to the Old; to understand the Efficacy of Christ’s Priesthood. And to understand why the Sanhedrin and Levitical priests should not revert to traditional Judaism and its Temple-centered worship.
Understand priestly and sacrificial issues in the Letter to the Hebrews…. It is far more important to be familiar with this! Far, far, over and above the museum in Jerusalem’s Old City: full of the robes that priests will wear and the golden vessels they will use once the Jerusalem Temple emerges...