We commemorated the unveiling of the cornerstone for the Third Holy Temple which opened a new era in the history of Israel and even in the entire world.
On Sukkot, 18 Tishrei, 5778, October 8, 2017, when the struggle of the Temple Mount Faithful Movement to build the Third Holy Temple is reaching it's climax, the Faithful Movement will march to the Holy Temple Mount in Jerusalem.
On the 29th of June, 2017, a Jewish wedding took place on the Holy Temple Mount in Jerusalem. This marked another important step of Israel and the Faithful Movement towards the soon building of the Third Holy Temple in the lifetime of our generation.
Details of the 2017 Tisha B'Av March of the Temple Mount Faithful.
Is this the beginning of the "end-time war" against Israel and the godly "Day of Judgment"? Israel rejects with contempt all threats and false resolutions.
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Israel is G‑d's chosen land,
Jerusalem — His holy city.
Yerushalyim — doubly sacred,
One in Heaven — one on earth.
Yerushalem — complete and whole,
her Temple filled with love and peace.
Her presence felt, embracing all,
G‑d's Spirit, which will never cease.
Nations come, and conquerors go,
wars directed to one place.
Evil spreading through the world, aimed against the Jewish race.
But we'll stand firm, our Temple's there,
though the Mount, itself, is bare.
We'll guard and save her, through our faith,
and she'll maintain her loving care.
The goal of the Temple Mount and Land of Israel Faithful Movement is the building of the Third Temple on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem in our lifetime in accordance with the Word of G-d and all the Hebrew prophets and the liberation of the Temple Mount from Arab (Islamic) occupation so that it may be consecrated to the Name of G-d.
This is the national anthem of Israel, depicting the struggles, triumphs, and faithfulness of the Jewish people in the land that God gave to them, according to the Scriptures.
Experience the holy land and visit Jerusalem, Israel. You will long to walk her ancient streets and pray where the walls cry out to heaven.
Lyrics and music:
Christine A. Tilelli, 2002;
Sung and recorded:
Christine A. Tilelli