For the first time
in nearly two thousand years, priests trained in the ordinances of
the Jewish Temple held a re-enactment of the water libation ceremony.
The ceremony used to be carried out during the days of the Feast of
Tabernacles prior to the destruction of the Second Temple. Water was
collected from Gihon Spring in a golden vessel and carried up to the
Temple, where it was subsequently poured out on the altar. Wine was also poured out
with the water. In this re-enactment, the water and wine were
instead poured into other vessels, as the altar has not yet been
reconstructed by the Temple Institute. The ceremony was accompanied
by singing, the waving of palm branches and the blowing of the shofar
and silver trumpets.
God meant it for good And we know that all things work together for good to those who love GodNow I saw heaven opened The second coming of the Lord Jesus Christ will be very spectacular and Christ will return with His saints to reign on Earth a thousand yearsMy grace is sufficient for you My grace is sufficient for youThe sign of the Son of Man At the end of the tribulation our Lord Jesus Christ will appear on the clouds of heaven with great glory and power and His saints who were raptured earlier will also appear with HimNo other name under heaven There is only one way, one door, and one key to this door. This key to the heaven's door is Jesus ChristPressing on toward the goal Living the Christian life means daily taking our cross and following Christ's footsteps. But the end of everything is glorious because Christ already attained the victory