The Triumphant Entry into Jerusalem

The return of Jesus to Jerusalem.
Since the Cornerstone is the sum of Islam and Christianity, the birth of the cornerstone is the birth of a nation of Muslims, Christians and Jews.
Shall a nation be born at once? For as soon as Zion travailed, she brought forth her children. (Isaiah 66:8) "KJV"
Zion = Jerusalem

She = Jerusalem

A nation: the nation of Muslims, Christians and Jews

Her = Jerusalem

Her children: Muslims, Christians and Jews

Recall that the Cornerstone is Isaac. Therefore Muslims and Christians constituting the Cornerstone are the children of Abraham. As constituents of the Cornerstone, the Muslims and the Christians are stones. God raised up stones to become the children of Abraham.

John the Baptist warned the Jews that God is capable of transforming stones to children for Abraham.
And do not think you can say to yourselves, 'We have Abraham as our father.' I tell you that out of these stones God can raise up children for Abraham. (Matthew 3:9) "NIV"
Out of these stones God can raise up children for Abraham: God is able to transform stones to children and make them the children of Abraham

Abraham is the Foundation Stone inside Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem. God cut a stone out of the Foundation Stone and gathered and gathered the Gentiles round it. The stone fragment cut out of the Foundation Stone is Isaac (the Cornerstone).

The round hole on the Foundation Stone leading into the Well of Souls is the wound or scar created when the cornerstone was cut out of the Foundation Stone. The scar on the Foundation Stone is the reason the Foundation Stone is called the Pierced Stone.

The cornerstone is the white stone God promised to the victorious:
To the one who is victorious, I will give some of the hidden manna. I will also give that person a white stone with a new name written on it, known only to the one who receives it. (Revelation 2:17) "NIV"
Hidden Manna: hidden mysteries

The white stone is the precious cornerstone placed in Zion,
See, I lay a stone in Zion, a chosen and precious cornerstone, and the one who trusts in him will never be put to shame. (1 Peter 2:6) "NIV"
Precious Cornerstone = Isaac (Jesus)

The precious stone is a glowing stone lighting up the New Jerusalem.
The city shone like a precious stone, (Revelation 21:11) "GNT"
The city: the Holy City (the New Jerusalem)

The stone is the Black Stone of Mecca and the light is Christ. Since Christ is made up of the Christians, the Christians constitute the light shining forth from the Black Stone.

God used the prophet Muhammad to unite the Muslims round the Black Stone of Mecca; therefore the Muslims constitute the Black Stone.

But the Black Stone without the light is not the precious stone. The stone is made precious by the light coming out of it.

Therefore the precious stone is the sum of the light and the Black Stone. Since Christians constitute the Light and Muslims constitute the Black Stone, the Cornerstone (the precious stone) is the sum of Muslims and Christians.

Since Isaac is the cornerstone and the cornerstone is made up of Muslims and Christians, the Muslims and the Christians are the stones God raised to become the children of Abraham. These children are the precious children of Abraham because they constitute Isaac - the only son of Father Abraham.

Abraham's children constituting the cornerstone are Christians and Muslims in all parts of the world; and uniting these children to the Foundation Stone at the Temple Mount is how Abraham's children are brought from all parts of the world to the Promised Land.

The cornerstone (the precious stone) is Jesus (Isaac), and Islam and Christianity are the twin sons of Isaac.

The prophet Muhammad identified himself as the cornerstone because the Black Stone is one of the two components of the Cornerstone. The other constituent is the Light (Christ).

Reconciling the Christians and the Muslims to the Foundation Stone at the Temple Mount in Jerusalem is placing the Cornerstone in Zion.

Since Jesus (Isaac) is the Cornerstone, Jesus is enthroned King at the Temple Mount in Jerusalem.
Yet have I set my king upon my holy hill of Zion (Psalm 2:6) "KJV"
My King = Jesus (the Cornerstone)

My Holy Hill = Temple Mount

Zion = Jerusalem

Uniting the Cornerstone to the Foundation Stone at the Temple Mount is the triumphant entry of Jesus into Jerusalem. He conquered the world and brought many children from all parts of the world to Abraham.
"God bless the king who comes in the name of the Lord! Peace in heaven and glory to God!" (Luke 19:38) "GNT"
The King = the Cornerstone

The Lord = Jesus

God bless the king who comes in the name of the Lord: God blessed the cornerstone who comes in the name of Jesus

The ministry of Jesus brought children to God. The children were not the children of Abraham until Jesus led them to God. Jesus, their leader, is their King; therefore they won't tolerate anyone that says Jesus is not a King in Jerusalem.

When the Pharisees asked Jesus to tell his Disciples to stop calling him King, Jesus told the Pharisees that Muslims and Christians will react if his Disciples keep quiet.
Jesus answered, "I tell you that if they keep quiet, the stones themselves will start shouting." (Luke 19:40) "GNT"
The stones: Muslims and Christians