Jesus Christ built the New Temple through his death and resurrection. The Temple was built around the mystery shrouding his death and resurrection - the three days within which he died and resurrected are the three days he built the Temple. The three days are the three religions: Islam, Christianity and Judaism.
The death of Jesus was the destruction of the Temple, his resurrection was the completion of the Temple, and the day between his death and resurrection was the wall of the Temple. Everything that happened within the period of three days constitutes the new Temple, and they are raised up to the sky as planet Saturn.
Since the new Temple was about the death and resurrection of Jesus, the new Temple is the body of Christ. The planet Saturn, with the hexagon and the eye, is the appearing of the body of Christ in space.
Worship on earth and all of the history of God’s people on earth were built around the personality of Jesus Christ. The destinies of God’s people were tied to him, and the future of God’s people was defined by what happened to him.
The story of Jesus was the story of the Muslims, the story of the Jews, and the story of the Christians. The full image of Jesus is visible when a bridge is built to unite all three religions into one body.
Jesus knew that the destinies of the Jews were tied to his; that was why he told the Jews, “Destroy this Temple, and in three days I will raise it up”
Three days: the three days within which Jesus died and resurrected.
The three days are:
1. Friday (Muslim day of worship)
2. Saturday (Jewish day of worship)
3. Sunday (Christian day of worship)
The three days are the three religions:
1. Islam (Day 1)
2. Judaism (Day 2)
3. Christianity (Day 3)
The three days are three places of worship:
1. Mosque (Day 1)
2. Synagogue (Day 2)
3. Church (Day 3)
The three days are three books:
1. Holy Quran (Day 1)
2. Torah (Day 2)
3. Holy Bible (Day 3)
The three days are three groups of worshipers:
1. Muslims (Day 1)
2. Jews (Day 2)
3. Christians (Day 3)
Destroy this Temple: the fall of man
The death of Jesus was the fall of man, and the fall of man is the destruction of the Temple. The human body is the Temple of God – God lives in the human body as divine wisdom. Distraction from this wisdom or lack of it or substitution of this wisdom by false wisdom is the destruction of the human body; and the destruction of the human body is the fall of man.
Nuclear threats, rise of terrorism, violence and wars are products of the fall of man and the destruction of the Temple of God. They are evidences proving that man is no longer in harmony with God.
At the core of the destroyed Temple was a strong disagreement between Muslims, Jews, and Christians. Wars, violent confrontations, rebellions, terrorism, and religious extremism are products of the strife between these three religions.
Building up the Temple of God requires building bridges that unites the three religions under one God.
The three religions are united around the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ; and through the body of Christ all three religions are reconciled to God and raised up to the sky as the planet Saturn. This raising up to the sky is the rapture. Muslims, Jews and Christians are lifted up from the surface of the earth to the sky and they are now at the planet Saturn.
At planet Saturn,
Islam = the Eye of Saturn
Judaism = Blue Saturn’s Hexagon
Christianity = Golden Saturn’s Hexagon
In the three days Jesus died and resurrected,
Day 1 (Islam) = the Eye of Saturn
Day 2 (Judaism) = Blue Saturn’s Hexagon
Day 3 (Christianity) = Yellow (or golden) Saturn’s Hexagon
In the three places of worship,
The Eye of Saturn = Mosque
Blue Saturn’s Hexagon = Synagogue
Yellow (or golden) Saturn’s Hexagon = Christianity
As God’s people,
The Eye of Saturn = Muslims
Blue Saturn’s Hexagon = Jews
Yellow (or golden) Saturn’s Hexagon = Christians
Muslims, Jews and Christians are now raised from the surface of the earth to the sky. They are united with the body of Christ and raised up. They constitute the new Temple which is now raised up through the raising up of the body of Jesus Christ.
The raising up of the Muslims, Jews and Christians, through the raising up of the body of Christ, is the reason Jesus said,
And in three days I will raise it up. (John 2:19) "KJV"