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:History of Jerusalem - Documentary
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What makes Jerusalem the most important location upon the Earth is its relationship with the Site:LRP:God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. It is the City of Covenants, the Messiah, and the entire world. Site:LRP:Jesus stated it succinctly, when he admonished: “Jerusalem shall be trodden down of the Gentiles, until the times of the Gentiles be fulfilled.” Remnants of the Jews regard Jesus as the Messiah, worship Jesus and await his return, when he places his feet upon the Mount of Olives. Christians, both the early Jewish Israelite followers known as Jesus immediate disciples, and the Gentiles who benefited from their missionary zeal throughout the Roman Empire even to our present day, revere him, as both the son of man and the son of God. Jesus is both the fulfillment and the embodiment of all of the Covenants between God and Man, and Jerusalem is central to all of it.
Site:LRP:Ron Wyatt - Wyatt Archaeological Research discovered the actual location of the Site:LRP:Ark of the Covenant. Ronald Eldon Wyatt was no ordinary man, as history will no doubt reveal, for he found favor among Governments, Angels and the Deity Himself. Regardless of the what the world and its historians may think or despise, Wyatt discovered all that makes the Old and New Testament relevant, he found the Truth, the actual Biblical locations of Noah’s Ark, Sodom and Gomorrah, the Patriarchs, Mount Sinai in Saudi Arabia, and the location of the Site:LRP:Ark of the Covenant. Everyone is now without excuse, they have been confronted with the Truth, that the Torah, Pentateuch, Septuagint, Old Testament, as well as the New Testament, the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, including the Acts of the Apostles, are firmly rooted in the history of the City of Jerusalem.
The most important site in all of Christendom is located at Latitude 31°47'1.97"N Longitude 35°13'48.28"E. It is left of the actual crucifixion site and near Golgotha (Place of the Skull), which is right of the crucifixion site. It is located in (historical) time close to where Abraham was ordered by the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob to sacrifice his son Isaac, where God provided a substitution. It is located where Jeremiah was ordered by God to place the Ark of the Covenant (within Zedekiah’s Cave). It is there now, and will remain there for all Eternity as an eternal Covenant signifying God’s forgiveness of Sin (once and for all Mankind). Documentation Location: 31° 47' 1.97" N 35° 13' 48.28" E
Because of the technology (Google Earth) available, we can now “walk the streets of Jerusalem” from our laptops, cell phones, and home computers worldwide. Jerusalem is available to everyone with access to current technology. Jerusalem has now become the modern “City of the World.” We can view all of the historical places of significance deemed important to all. We can view the actual crossing site (Gulf of Aqaba) where Moses crossed with the children of Israel (Google Earth) into Saudi Arabia. We can view Mount Sinai (Saudi Arabia) and the Rock at Horeb where God (of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob) provided for the children of Israel.