I365: Five small red cows that rocked the world


Israel365 News reported the following:

Five small red cows that rocked the world

February 15, 2024

Prophecy of the Tenth Red Heifer.

According to the Mishnah, the written version of the Jew’s oral teachings, the red heifer sacrifice has only been performed nine times in the history of the Jewish people to provide ashes for consecration. The ashes from the red heifer are needed to dedicate the Third Temple. The red heifer must be without a spot or a blemish (Numbers 19:1-2, 10). There is a prophecy in the Mishnah stating that when the “tenth red heifer” appears, it is a sign that the temple will be restored, and the Messiah will finally come.

In September of 2022, five unblemished red heifers were delivered to Israel from Texas donated by a Christian Texas rancher. For two thousand years, the Jewish people have waited and searched for an unblemished red heifer. Now, suddenly, five are offered up by a Chrisitan rancher.

God is moving on behalf of His people Israel in these last days to fulfill prophecy, to let His people, and the world, know that His words concerning Israel will be fulfilled. …

At this time in the Middle East, the Temple Mount is in dispute with Arabs, fearing they may lose control over it. A Hezbollah spokesman stated the reason that they started this war is because Israel brought five red heifers to Israel to build the temple on Temple Mount. The October 7th attack in 2023 was named “Operation Al-Aqsa Flood” by Hamas. They are stating they brought this fight to defend their claim of the temple mount. …

The rebuilding of the temple is closely linked to the restoration of Israel and the Messianic Era. It is the place from which the Messiah will rule.

“Behold, the Man whose name is the Branch! From His place He shall branch out, And He shall build the temple of the Lord; And he shall sit and rule on His throne.” (Zech. 6:12-13).

Other signs that the Third Temple is coming.

Foxes appearing at the Temple Wall.

The day before the 9th of Av in 2023, foxes were seen at the temple wall in Jerusalem. It had long been believed that the appearance of foxes at the temple would be a sign of the coming restoration of the Third Temple. This sighting was reported in the Jerusalem Post. Rabbi Shmuel Rabinowitz, the Rabbi of the Western Wall and the Holy Sites, referred to the photos of the foxes and commented, “One cannot refrain from crying at the site of the fulfillment of the prophecy of foxes walking on it.” …

Five small cows (heifers) that rocked the world.

The appearance of these five small cows (heifers) has rocked the world in the sense that their appearance signals for us the fact that prophecy is being fulfilled for the rebuilding of the Third Temple. They are a witness to what is coming. The building of this Third Temple will impact the world. Hashem declares that its existence will let all mankind know He is in the midst of Israel and this revelation will rock the world:

“Then you shall know that I am in the midst of Israel: I am the Lord your God and there is no other. My people shall never be put to shame. It shall come to pass afterward that I shall pour out My Spirit on all flesh.” (Joel 2:27).

This revelation leads to a worldwide awakening to know the Lord, and the Sons of Jacob, who have returned to the land of Israel. In this sense, the signs of what the Lord is showing mankind at this time are beginning to rock the world. Even the enemies of Israel are reacting to these signs and believe they have meaning. The rockets, the violence, and the politics will not stop what Hashem is calling forth for the Third Temple. https://www.israel365news.com/386438/five-small-red-cows-that-rocked-the-world/

The Mishnah and its comments about a tenth red heifer is not scripture, but a Jewish tradition. Yet, it is one that many Jews, who want animal sacrifices to resume, hold to.

And, yes, the red heifers were one of the reasons for the October 7th attack (see I365: Hamas Spokesman: Oct 7 attack launched to stop the red heifers).

Now, however, is not the time for the temple fulfillment of Zechariah 6:12-13 as that is to be fulfilled during the millennial reign of Jesus–it is NOT for this age.

What about the Jewish belief about foxes? Well, the article failed to mention that foxes were also seen in 2019 and some claimed that was a sign for back then (see BIN: Top 10 Signs of Redemption This Year; COGWriter: BIN article has many errors). The appearance of foxes is not biblically-relevant in this context.

I have read in the past, at its website, that the Temple Institute believes Al-Asqa and other Islamic structures must one day be removed from the area known as the Temple Mount.

Many there also consider that the fate of the world depends on sacrificing an unblemished red heifer that is at least twenty-four months old.

Some believe that this sacrifice could happen in 2024.

Anyway, one of the reasons that another massive Jewish temple has not been built in Jerusalem is precisely to prevent a major war. Something beyond what is currently happening as some feel that if Israel cleared the area known as the Temple Mount that this would trigger massive Islamic outrage and massive retaliation.

Related to the possible removal of the Dome of the Rock as well as a temple goes, the late WCG Pastor General, Herbert W. Armstrong wrote:

There has been much perplexity and discussion as to when the temple will be built to which Christ shall come. Malachi’s prophecy speaks of Christ’s second coming to His temple (Malachi 3:1-6). In Haggai’s prophecy it is referred to prophetically. Zerubbabel has been sent as governor of a colony to build the second temple 70 years after the destruction of Solomon’s temple. He built the temple to which Jesus came, though it had been enlarged and embellished by the Roman Herod. But speaking of this temple, as a type and forerunner of the temple to which Christ shall come at His second coming , it is written, “The glory of this latter house shall be greater than of the former, saith the ‘ Lord of hosts: and in this place will I give peace, saith the Lord of hosts” (Haggai 2:9).

It is inconceivable that the Israelis, in the present international turmoil over their possession of old Jerusalem, could ever demolish the Arab Moslem Dome of the Rock … and build a new one there of greater splendor and glory than Solomon’s! (Armstrong HW. 7 Proofs of God’s True Church, Part 6. Plain Truth. August, 1979, p. 38)

The following, published by the old Worldwide Church of God just decades ago is quite similar to my position related to another temple:

Is the construction of a temple in Jerusalem necessary to fulfill prophecy? The future holds some startling possibilities. Will there have to be a temple in Jerusalem before prophesied end-time events can take place? Must sacrifices be offered on the Temple Mount? Or will a physical building and sacrifices not be necessary until the Messiah has come and God’s Kingdom is set up on earth?

The answers are important for Jews and Christians alike! … Ever since the Six Day War, speculation has run rampant on whether, how and when the Jews would again worship on the Temple Mount, offer animal sacrifices or build a temple. …

Many fundamentalist Christians believe that three important events have to occur in the Holy Land before the Second Coming of Jesus Christ. One is that Israel must again become a Jewish nation, second that Jerusalem must be a Jewish city and third that a temple must be built on the Temple Mount. Two of those three events have taken place.

Jews themselves are divided on the matter of the Jewish state and the building of a temple. Some ultraorthodox Jews do not even recognize the state of Israel and believe it should not be a nation till the Messiah appears.

On the other hand, the Jewish dream of centuries began to be fulfilled when Jews began to resettle in the Holy Land. By 1948 the Jewish state of Israel had been declared a nation. Many Bible students viewed this as a fulfillment of prophecy. Then in 1967, when Israel occupied all of Jerusalem, the West Bank territory and the Golan Heights, many felt the prophesied time of the end was at hand. It seemed to some that very soon the Jews would take over the Temple Mount, offer animal sacrifices and construct the long awaited temple.

But time has passed and a temple does not seem to be forthcoming. Many questions yet remain to be answered: Would the Dome of the Rock have to be torn down to construct a Jewish temple? Is the site of the Dome of the Rock even the site of the first and second Jewish Temples? Is a temple necessary to offer sacrifices? Could worship services be conducted on the Temple Mount apart from a temple? These and other questions are being given careful consideration.

The Jewish high court in 1983 decided that the Temple Mount was indeed a holy site for Jews. They also declared that Jews have rights of access and worship on the Temple Mount. However, the political situation in Jerusalem is so delicate that no move has yet been made to attempt Jewish worship atop the Mount.

For a number of years now, certain Jews have been undergoing preparation and education for Temple Mount service, should that become a reality. A 15-year training program of priests at Yeshivah Ateret Hacohanim is preparing priests for temple service. Other groups are studying priestly ritual and the manufacture of priestly garments. From the example during the days of Zerubbabel, it seems evident that religious worship services and a sacrificial altar could be set up even if no temple is built.

There is some support, if not for a temple, for a synagogue on the Temple Mount.

Archaeological studies have led some to believe that the site of the Holy of Holies was not where the Dome of the Rock is situated, but more than 100 yards to the north. If so, a Jewish structure could be built without destroying the Muslim holy place, if the political problems could be worked out. Prophecy will be fulfilled All in all, it makes for a great deal of speculation.

Some scoff at biblical prophecy. Others look eagerly for events to fulfill it. There is no doubt that some of the prophecies that looked forward from the Babylonian captivity were fulfilled, at least in type, in the days of Ezra and Nehemiah. Other prophecies about the temple will not be fulfilled until God’s Kingdom is established. (Kelly R. Coming – A Temple in Jerusalem? Part Two. Good News, March 1985)

My position is, and always has been, that I do not believe that the Jews will be allowed to completely tear down the Dome of the Rock and build a massive temple there. And that the Bible shows that animal sacrifices can be done without a massive Jewish Temple by the Jews.

Yet, certain Jewish and Protestant rhetoric to the contrary has concerned many Muslims.

That said, related to those five red heifers that arrived in Israel in September 2022, we put out the following short video:


The Temple Institute announced that “5 perfect, unblemished red heifers arrived in Israel from the USA” on September 15, 2022.. Chanan Kupietzky, an Orthodox Jewish teacher, pointed out that last year was 5781 in the Jewish calendar, pointing to the year these red heifers were conceived, 5782 is when they were to arrive in Israel, and that the year beginning sunset September 25, 2022 is supposedly 5783, which is supposed to be the year of red heifer redemption. Is that the correct year anno mundi (year of the earth) or is 5989 to 5992 more in line with history? What about the claimed Shemitah year? Might the appearance of a proper red heifer encourage the Sanhedrin to begin regular animal sacrifices? Might political considerations result in the resumption of animal sacrifices? Does the Bible show that animal sacrifices in Israel will be stopped? Does possibly having a red heifer mean that a massive Jewish temple is about to be rebuilt in Jerusalem? Do Christians need the sacrifice of Jesus or the blood of a red heifer to be purified? How close do we seem to be for Daniel 9:27b to be fulfilled?

Here is a link to our video: 5 Red Heifers and Year 5783?

This past Spring, we then put up the following related video:


Red Heifer Sacrifice Ready April 2024?

In September 2022, 5 seemingly unblemished red heifers were transported from Texas to Israel by Boneh Israel in conjunction with some Protestants. In March 2023, the Temple Institute declared one of the red heifers disqualified for sacrifice. What is a red heifer? Why are certain Jews so concerned about having one? What does the Bible teach about the ashes of red heifer? Is a red heifer needed for Christians? If animal sacrifices are not needed for Christians, does the Bible prophesy future animal sacrifices? If so, will the stopping of them have anything to do with the countdown for return of Jesus and the establishment of the Kingdom of God according to the Book of Daniel? Did Moriel Barelli of Boneh Israel say he hopes a red heifer will be available for sacrifice by Passover in 2024, which is April 22? Is the sacrifice of a red heifer, like the Temple Institute and Sanhedrin want, going to usher in the Antichrist? Is there any relationship between daily animal sacrifices and the King of the North Beast power? Does the “fate of the world” rely on a red heifer as the Temple Institute has stated? Will the Messiah sacrifice the ‘tenth red heifer’? If not, might the Jews do it anyway? Dr. Thiel and Steve Dupuie address these issues.

Here is a link to the video: Red Heifer Sacrifice Ready April 2024?

While the fate of the world does not depend on red heifers, nor will the Messiah return in 2024, since certain Jewish attitudes of prophecy seem to require the sacrifice of one heifer–having an acceptable red heifer looks to have prophetic ramifications.

You will note that the cover of the Bible News Prophecy July-September 2023 edition (see also the photo at the beginning of this post) shows a red heifer.

One of the reasons we continue to bring up the red heifer matter is that this is an issue that various Jews, Protestants, Muslims, and others believe will change world events–though not quite the way that many believe.

As Jesus said, “And what I say to you, I say to all: Watch!” (Mark 13:37).

Some items of possibly related interest may include:

Proof Jesus is the Messiah This free book has over 200 Hebrew prophecies were fulfilled by Jesus. Plus, His arrival was consistent with specific prophecies and even Jewish interpretations of prophecy. Here are links to seven related sermons: Proof Jesus is the Messiah, Prophecies of Jesus’ birth, timing, and death, Jesus’ prophesied divinity, 200+ OT prophecies Jesus filled; Plus prophecies He made, Why Don’t Jews Accept Jesus?, Daniel 9, Jews, and Jesus, and Facts and Atheists’ Delusions About Jesus. Plus the links to two sermonettes: Luke’s census: Any historical evidence? and Muslims believe Jesus is the Messiah, but … These videos cover nearly all of the book, plus have some information not in the book. We also have the book translated in the Spanish PRUEBA de que JESÚS es el MESÍAS and French PREUVES QUE JÉSUS EST LE MESSIE languages.
Why is a Jewish Temple in Jerusalem Not Required? Although people like Timothy LaHaye teach a third Jewish temple is required, who is ‘the temple of God” in the New Testament? Does the Bible require a rebuilt Jewish Temple? Here is a related item in the Spanish language ¿Por qué no se requiere un templo judío en Jerusalén? Here is a link to two sermons The Temple, Prophecy, and the Work and God’s Temple in Prophecy. And here is a version of the latter one in the Spanish: El templo de Dios en profecía.
Nascent Sanhedrin and Prophecy The reconstituted Sanhedrin wants the reimplementation of animal sacrifices. A related video is titled Sanhedrin pushing animal sacrifices. And a newer one is: Sanhedrin makes burnt offering to dedicate altar!
The Red Heifer, Jewish Beliefs, and the End of the World The Temple Institute is watching a ‘red heifer.’ Why might this be important in the sequence of end time events? Here is a related link in the Spanish language Novilla roja descubierta en EE.UU. e Instituto del Templo está interesado en ella. Here are links to three related videos in English: Red Heifers and the Fate of the World and The Red Heifer and the End of the World and 5 Red Heifers and Year 5783? and Red Heifer Sacrifice Ready April 2024? Here is a link to two videos in the Spanish language: Novillas rojas and La novilla roja y su posible implicación profetica.

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