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  1. Carl Cooper
    August 28, 2019 @ 1:46 pm

    Dont think your reasoning is sound, your example of a crime scene evidence should lead one to understand that the evidence is validated yet is later used in court to prove or disprove a case. If Yashuas blood is on the mercy seat and is left there then that is the evidence that it was and is there. Dont think it would matter where the ark would be. If the Jews are allowed to rebuild the Temple then most assuidly it would be placed in it. The question would be as to whether they would attempt to remove the evidence and would God allow them to do so.

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    • Dan Hartman
      March 7, 2022 @ 12:38 pm

      Greetings,
      Everyone sees an event through their own eyes and filters each visual snapshot through their own unique grid. This is why 5 people can see the same event and give 5 different accounts of their perspectives. Sometimes, you wonder if all 5 people witnessed the same event… ha ha. I spent 20 years in a law enforcement career, wrote hundreds of reports, so I have some experience in this area.
      To your second point, It is quite possible that at the appropriate time, according to God’s plan, He will reveal the Ark and the Blood/Yeshuah to the world and then the Ark might or could be moved when the new Temple is built. Just a thought. None of us know as we are not God. Blessings!

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  2. Jay
    January 9, 2020 @ 6:08 pm

    Maybe the Ark will be moved into the 3rd temple during the millennial reign after the beast, false prophet and satan no longer have influence on the earth (??).

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    • James
      February 6, 2021 @ 10:39 am

      There is no way the Israelis would dedicate a 3rd Temple without carrying the Ark into the Holy of Holies if they had it. If this story is to be believed, then the Ark is in their possession even now, though it hasn’t been moved.
      And I have to believe that in committing the Abomination of Desolation, Antichrist would do it in full view and in defiance of God’s earthly Throne, the Ark. That’s almost the whole point. The Ark doesn’t exist to legitimize the Temple. The Temple exists to house the Ark and is almost irrelevant otherwise, since for long years the Ark stayed in a tent anyway.
      If the Jews built a new Temple and had the Ark, you better believe they’d move heaven and earth to put it there.

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  3. Hannah
    January 28, 2020 @ 12:34 pm

    The Shakinah glory???? Where in the Word of God is that?.

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    • Dan Hartman
      March 7, 2022 @ 12:31 pm

      Hello Hannah,

      You ask a good question and the fact that you ask it shows that you have engaged in, at least, a cursory search for the word, and have not been able to ascertain its location to your satisfaction.
      I will not go into a lengthy discourse to try and add my two cents, but just to say that if you have the appetite for a deeper dive into the Talmud and Targum, along with an immersion into linguistic nuance, then here is a starting point for you perhaps. Blessings to you in your search for truth and meaning.
      https://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/articles/13537-shekinah

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    • Francois Beykin
      April 7, 2022 @ 11:14 pm

      its not. the shek-i-nah is kabbalah.

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  4. Ricky Robinson
    August 3, 2020 @ 4:13 pm

    ok i have many problems with this one you look at the ark you die you touch it you die unless you are a levi priest only they can touch it with a breast plate and cleansing ? Now not sure what they found or who found what but i will go by the AKJV of the bible that is the authorized king james version only . Lots of people want to be famous and make a name for themselves . i want to follow Jesus !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! amen

    It is so sad there is no way this is possible

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    • Mike Blondino
      September 30, 2020 @ 9:07 am

      Ricky that’s an awesome point. The reason a believer could touch the ark and not die is twofold. First, because of the blood Jesus God has accepted and justified us by placing us in him. We do not bear sin in approaching God. Second, Jesus is the high priest as well as king. Since we have been placed by God in him, we are a royal priesthood of a greater covenant than that of Moses. We who believe in Jesus are no longer “gentile” we are holy, royal, and anointed to serve God as priests.

      Pity those who without the blood of Christ, must risk touching the ark without the propitiatory blood of Jesus to stand between them and the wrath of holy God!

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    • joni
      October 13, 2020 @ 11:04 am

      Think God can do anything he wants. It makes sense to me Joel 2 And I will show wonders in heaven above, and signs in the earth beneath; BLOOD, and fire, and vapour of smoke:” Acts 2:16-19 [emphasis not in original]

      the one and only sign for future times to be evidence “signs in the earth beneath BLOOD. ” THINK ABOUT what the mercy seat was made for , the day of atonement and the blood of the sacrifice was sprinkled on the mercy seat. Since God is the I am , I was, I will be past present and future, God is. he placed the mercy seat there hundreds of years before Jesus was crucified right under the spot he hung. . Just research. If God wanted it to be found for future times, he would not kill the man he found favor with to show it, and Ron Wyatt never took credit for this find he gave God all the glory. Ron Wyatt made $500 an hour sitting at home working for doctors putting people a sleep for surgery. Why would he I’ve all this up for nothing. God was with him, the holy sprit was around him in him and protected him

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    • Scott Hansen
      April 18, 2022 @ 6:52 am

      If God sent Ron to find the Ark, would he not also keep him from dying when he saw it? After all, it is God who makes the rules.

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    • Aline Legault
      May 15, 2022 @ 5:40 pm

      Ron Wyatt did not touch it.
      The angels lifted the mercy seat
      He was asked to take out the tables of the 10 commandments.
      the angels placed the mercy seat back down.

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  5. Y.s kim
    October 25, 2020 @ 11:35 pm

    I noticed some commentary author used the word alternatively” heavenly holy place “( Hebrew 9:12 we Just read “holy place”). How everybody think ?

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  6. Jaimee
    November 23, 2020 @ 11:52 am

    hannah, its in the talmud. Shekinah means the glory of God in the world, when we pray or if we are in church you start to feel God in the room, its like a heavy feeling. Shekinah just means the presense of God and Gods glory.
    I also would like to say on the cross of Jesus there was a small wooden seat, it was called the mercy seat by the roman soilders, they put it right up under their butt and it helped them to rest for a moment then the person would have to lift up to catch their breath or they would sufficate. And the would eventually lose their strength and get tired and die. When Jesus gave up His Spirit, He went into the Heavenly Ark Of The Covenant (which is still there) and sprinkled His blood and Heaven had a celebration and All of Heaven rejoiced!

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    • Anna L Daugherty
      October 14, 2021 @ 7:33 pm

      Any Jewish person will tell you that Shakinah means “the feminine half of God”. (Don’t believe me? Ask them yourselves.) Well, my God doesn’t have a “feminine half”, because my 1769 KJV Bible (revised for grammar and spelling errors only) says that God is a HE. Shakinah is a word found in the modern Hebrew language which was developed from the 1880s through the 1920; long, long after the Bible was written and is not found in Ancient Hebrew (the language of theOld Testament) at all. Nor is it found in the New Testament, which was translated from Koine Greek and Aramaic. In other words, Shakinah has nothing to do with God whatsoever.

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    • Anna Daugherty
      April 10, 2022 @ 11:30 pm

      Yes, but the Talmud is an evil set of books. In one of its volumes the Rabbis wrote that Jesus was a liar and a thief. A blasphemer. The bastard son of Mary and a Roman soldier. That yes they (the Jews) had Him killed and they were glad He was dead.

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  7. Charles Dycus
    January 26, 2022 @ 9:43 pm

    I am a believer in many of Gods splendors. Jesus was the sacrifice for all peoples sins. God works in very mysterious ways, I know I’m still alive, long story. Just a small comparison, has anyone with comments here ever been to the north pole or the south pole or every seen it but you believe it’s there? Do we have doubting Thomas(s) among us?

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  8. Jennings Page
    February 6, 2022 @ 11:43 am

    Rev.11-19 reads, And the temple of God was opened and there was seen in His temple the ark of His testament. Not a ark or another ark but THE Ark of his testament.

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  9. Dana
    November 6, 2022 @ 10:50 am

    I’m sinner , I’ve spent most of life chasing after this illusion that we live in and I forgot the beginning of where we originated. We are children of creator, we follow the anointed of God (Jesus, Messiah, the son of God). l’m a loaner in this materialistic world. When I quote scripture about God’s word about our flat earth. People mock me, Heaven is the reality of eternal life, this earth is an illusion, temporary. forget about the last days find the beginning for they are the same as the last!

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