The Temple Mount Faithful Will March to the Temple Mount on the Day Commemorating the Liberation of Jerusalem - 29th May 2003

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May 26, 2003

On Thursday, 27 Iyar, 5762 - 29th May 2003 - the godly day commemorating the liberation of the Temple Mount and Jerusalem from Arab occupation in 1967, The Temple Mount and Land of Israel Faithful Movement will march from Ammunition Hill in Northern Jerusalem to the Old City and the Temple Mount.

Since the destruction of the Temple and Jerusalem by the Roman forces in 70CE, the city of King David and the eternal capital of Israel, Jerusalem, has been occupied by many foreign forces. During the long exile of the Jewish People, Jerusalem was taken in the hearts of the Jews to every place to where they were exiled. They swore that they would never forget Jerusalem. They placed Jerusalem at the head of their sorrow as well as their joy. Their faces were directed to the Temple Mount, the holy hill of G–d, in prayers with deep and great longing; Their synagogues were built facing the Temple Mount and Jerusalem; Even the dead were buried with their faces toward Jerusalem; Every Jewish house left an uncompleted area on the wall as a memorial of the destruction of their beloved Jerusalem. The rebuilding of the Temple symbolised all their hopes for their godly redemption and the coming of Mashiach ben David. The Jewish People could not exist, not in Biblical times, not in the exile and not at any other time without Jerusalem. The reason is very clear. In the midst of Jerusalem, on the holy Temple Mount, dwells the G–d of Israel Who created this nation for a godly eternal purpose to be a holy nation, a kingdom of priests and a treasure among the nations. He gave eternal life to Israel.

In the Six Day War of 1967, the G–d of Israel led the Israeli forces, after the Arab countries attacked Israel, and in 6 days gave them the greatest victory of their history. He gave back the heart of the holy land of Israel to them - Judaea, Samaria and Gaza, the Golan Heights and Sinai. At the climax of all of this He gave back to them Biblical Jerusalem and the Temple Mount. The exciting historical statement of General Motti Gur on the Temple Mount on the day of liberation of the holy hill of the G–d and people of Israel - the Temple Mount is again in our hands - became an unforgettable godly statement that the people of Israel had waited 1900 years to hear. This was a godly war of redemption and a major stage before the rebuilding of the Temple and the coming of Mashiach ben David. All the prophetic promises of the G–d of Israel to His people became, in one moment, a reality in front of all the world. Millions of Jews gave their lives and died for this great day and their sacrifice was never forgotten by the G–d and people of Israel.

Together with the people of Israel I will never forget the great day when we stood on the Temple Mount in front of the site of Holy of Holies with tears in our eyes - tears of joy and thanksgiving to G–d Who gave us an our generation this great moment. All the people of Israel wept in their houses, on the streets and on the battlefield. It was such a great privilege that G–d gave to our generation. At that godly moment I could hear the voice of G–d speaking to me and to all the House of Israel - build my house and I will dwell among you.

That great moment was faced, unfortunately, by the weakness of the Israeli leadership which gave the Temple Mount back to the enemies of the G–d and people of Israel because of fear of the reaction of more than a billion Moslems. They did not trust the G–d of Israel and His prophetic promises to Israel to defeat every enemy that would come to attack or touch them or to stop the redemptional process that He had lead since 1948 and especially in the Six Day War of 1967. They committed the same sin as the ten spies in the time of the Exodus from Egypt who were afraid of the giants in the Promised Land and did not trust the promises of G–d that He would defeat all of them and protect His nation. The lesson of Joshua and Caleb who said that they should go into the Promised Land and that G–d would defeat all the enemies of Israel was forgotten in one moment of weakness and the climax of the redemption and the rebuilding of the Temple which would have opened a new godly era in Israel and all over the world was delayed. But even this sin could not cancel the determination of G–d to accomplish the redemption of Israel and, through Israel, all the world. As in the generation of the wilderness, it was delayed and we know that it will not be for long. Time is short and the climax of the redemption of Israel, the rebuilding of the Temple and the coming of Mashiach ben David, is soon to occur.

As with Joshua and Caleb, The Temple Mount and Land of Israel Faithful Movement heard the call of G–d and answered it. We understood the significance of this great moment and decided immediately after this war to dedicate our lives for the G–d of Israel and His prophetic end-time plans to rebuild the Temple, to again make Israel a Biblical nation with a Biblical mission and to open the door for the coming of Mashiach ben David. The Temple Mount Faithful Movement is G–d’s end-time Movement to bring all these godly prophetic end-time plans to pass and to lead the people of Israel and all the world to its fulfilment, no longer as a mystical hope and vision, but to make this great godly vision a practical reality in our lifetime and the life of this generation as G–d expects of us.

The Temple Mount and Land of Israel Faithful Movement has come a long way and made great progress towards the fulfilment of this godly end-time cause. Millions of people in Israel and all over the world gave their hearts, hands, and help to this holy Movement in its campaign and struggle to bring this cause to completion. On Jerusalem Day, The Temple Mount and Land of Israel Faithful Movement will march to the Temple Mount in the name of all these many people to say to G–d that we are ready and to pray that the sin of 1967 will be forgiven and that the Temple will soon be rebuilt. As in all the marches and activities of the Faithful Movement we know that G–d will march with us and we shall feel His presence, His Word and His blessings among us.

The march will start at 10:00 AM at Ammunition Hill where the main battle for the liberation of the Temple Mount and Jerusalem took place and where more than 100 Israeli soldiers gave their lives. We shall remember these holy heroes. We shall tell them that all the coming generations will remember their great and heroic sacrifice and that their sacrifice was not in vain. From there we shall march along the same route followed by the Israeli fighters on their way to Biblical Jerusalem and the Temple Mount. We shall commemorate the more than 100 more Israeli soldiers who gave their lives on their way to the Temple Mount and Jerusalem. We shall place flowers on their monuments and pray for them. Then we shall march to the Old City and in front of the eternal capital of the G–d and people of Israel and King David we shall pray the exciting eternal Psalms 122 and 126 in the name of all the generation who did not have the privilege of experiencing this great time.

“A Song of Ascents of David. I was glad when they said to me, Let us go into the house of the Lord. Our feet shall stand inside your gates, O Jerusalem. Jerusalem is built as a city which is bound firmly together; There the tribes go up, the tribes of the Lord, as was decreed for Israel, to give thanks to the name of the Lord. For thrones of judgment were set there, the thrones of the house of David. Pray for the peace of Jerusalem; those who love you shall prosper. Peace be within your walls, and prosperity within your palaces. For my brothers and companions' sakes, I will now say, Peace be within you. Because of the house of the Lord our God I will seek your good.” (Psalm122)

“A Song of Ascents. When the Lord brought back the captivity of Zion, we were like men who dream. Then our mouth was filled with laughter, and our tongue with singing; then they said among the nations, The Lord has done great things for them. The Lord has done great things for us; we are glad. Bring back our captivity, O Lord, like the streams in the Negev. Those who sow in tears shall reap in joy. He who goes forth weeping, bearing the seed for sowing, shall come back with shouts of joy, bringing his sheaves with him.” (Psalm126)

In the same place we shall demonstrate against the anti-godly and sinful “Road Map” of President Bush and his plans to establish an anti godly and terrorist “Palestinian” state in the heart of the land of Israel which G–d gave to Israel in an eternal covenant for a specific purpose. We shall warn President Bush and all the nations which support his sinful plans of the anger and judgement of G–d Who will never allow this sinful plans to succeed as He has done over thousands of years since He called His people to their mission and gave them the land forever where He and His people will dwell and fulfil their mission and goals among all the nations. We shall warn the nations that they will be judged because of the revolt of their leaders against G–d.

Then we shall continue to march through the street of the old City to the climax of the march, the Temple Mount. There we shall swear faithfulness to the G–d of Israel, His holy mountain, Jerusalem and to the complete land of Israel which will never again be divided. We shall pray for the soon rebuilding of the Temple and the coming of Mashiach ben David. We shall again commit ourselves before G–d to serve Him with all dedication and devotion for the soon fulfilment of this prophetic end-time cause which will be the key to a new godly prophetic end-time in Israel and all the world according to His prophetic Word and the vision of the prophets of Israel.

On the Temple Mount the prayer of the beloved king of the people of Israel, King David, will again be heard -

“Of David. I will praise you with my whole heart; before princes I will sing praise to you. I will worship toward your holy temple, and praise your name for your loving kindness and for your truth; for you have magnified your word above all your name. In the day when I cried you answered me, and strengthened me with strength in my soul. All the kings of the earth shall give you thanks, O Lord, when they hear the words of your mouth. And they shall sing in the ways of the Lord; for great is the glory of the Lord. Though the Lord is high, he regards the lowly; but the arrogant he knows from far away. Though I walk in the midst of trouble, you will revive me; you shall stretch forth your hand against the wrath of my enemies, and your right hand shall save me. May the Lord fulfil his purpose for me! Your loving kindness, O Lord, endures for ever; do not forsake the works of your own hands.” (Psalm 138)

Everyone who cannot be with us on this godly day is called on to be with us in their hearts, to pray for our Movement, for its godly mission and its exciting march on this day, and to read the Psalms that are included in this message. We call on them to continue to stand with the Faithful Movement even more intensively. Time is short and soon we shall see all our godly desires come to pass.

In G–d we trust.

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