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The Great Tribulation

HOST: Marshall Masters, Publisher
GUEST: Robert Reiland, Author and Evangelical Zionist
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In this 13-part series, author Robert Reiland, reveals the hidden mysteries of what really took place in Jerusalem during the days of Yeshua, and the laws by which he faithfully lived - and died.

The goal of this podcast series is to bring Christians and Jews together with a shared sense of history, purpose and commitment to Messiah.

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01 - Why Israel Will Be the Last Nation Standing [44:41] Episode 01 - Why Israel Will Be the Last Nation Standing
02 - Pillar, Fire and Cloud [45:49] Episode 02 - Pillar, Fire and Cloud
03 - He Goats and Scapegoats [35:04] Episode 03 - He Goats and Scapegoats
04 - Finding the Temple Site [40:47] Episode 04 - Finding the Temple Site
05 - Secrets Revealed [38:04] Episode 05 - Secrets Revealed
06 - The Most Amazing Prophecy [44:55] Episode 06 - The Most Amazing Prophecy
07 - The Red Heifer Ceremony [44:19] Episode 07 - The Red Heifer Ceremony
08 - The Jewish “Rapture” [39:07] Episode 08 - The Jewish “Rapture”
09 - “Jewish” Days and Nights [43:38] Episode 09 - “Jewish” Days and Nights
10 - The Messiah's First Advent [42:51] Episode 10 - The Messiah's First Advent
11 - The Fire and the Cloud [39:49] Episode 11 - The Fire and the Cloud
12 - The Tribulation [35:16] Episode 12 - The Tribulation
13 - The Third and Fourth Temples [37:32] Episode 13 - The Third and Fourth Temples

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Jesus and the Third Temple: The Complete Guide to the Ancient History and Secret Rituals of the Red Heifer Ceremony by Robert Reiland

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Aramaic — Ancient and still functional language, principally in Asia Minor and sometimes called “Syriac.” Aramaic is presently in use by the Maronites and other scattered remnants of Eastern Christians in regions of Azerbaijan, Cyprus, Egypt, Iran, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq and Turkey. Many scholars believe this to have been the language of everyday usage among the common people of Judea (Palestine) during the time of Jesus.

Cohain or Kohain – (Hebrew) – Male descendant of Aaron. -- A priest. – The word from which the popular Jewish surname, Cohen, is derived.

Eastern Gate -- Gate to the Court of the Temple Sanctuary, or “Nicanor’s Gate” (Sketch 1); Not to be confused with the East Gate in the City wall.

Haftorah -- (From the Hebrew: haphtarah) Conclusion – Portion of Scripture from the Prophets to be read on Sabbaths and Feast Days, corresponding to the portion read from the Torah on those same occasions in synagogues. (See Sedrah)

Haggaddah – Narrative or story. – Order of ritual or liturgy (instructions) for Passover meal (Seder). Plural: Haggadoth. (Hebrew)

Josephus (Flavius) — Jewish historian, most respected and renowned of all historians of the first century.

Kalal — (Hebrew) -- Ritually pure urn that contains the ashes of the Red Heifer.

Koran or Qur’an – Book, specifically the Holy Book of Islam.

Magen David -- Star of David (Hebrew)

Menorah — Large golden candelabrum with seven candlesticks or “lights,” and which stood along the south wall of the Holy Place in the Temple.

Midrash — (Hebrew) Explanation. -- A Rabbinical commentary on Jewish Scripture, including the five books of Moses plus five other books of the so-called Old Testament books from the Hebrew Tanakh.


Millennial -- Pertaining to the one thousand year reign of Messiah after He arrives at Olivet summit to conquer Israel’s enemies. Also referring to the “Third” Temple that will be the next legitimate or Holy consecrated Temple, which will be occupied by the Lord at His Coming.

Miphkad Altar -- (Hebrew) Miphkad, meaning muster or account­ing. --Place of the slaying and burning of the Red Heifer at or near the summit of the Mount of Olives and due east of the Temple.

Mishnah — (Hebrew) To learn. -- A collection of statements and Rabbinical interpretations (rulings) on The Law and Jewish tradition, listed as the most formal of the entries in the Talmud. The conventional notations applied in scholarly work are, for example: Middoth 2:4, indicating the fourth Mishnah of Chapter 2 in Middoth tractate. In some tractates each Mishnah is followed by a Gemara providing further discussion.

Nicanor’s Gate (Or Nĕquanor Gate) – The East Gate of entry from the Court of the Women into the Court of the Israelites. (See Sketches 1, 2, 3, 4 and 7.)

Nisan -- (Hebrew) First month on Jewish religious calendar, sev­enth month of the civil year. Passover on fourteenth day, Seder on fifteenth day, Feast of First Fruits on sixteenth day of this month.

Peshitta -- (Aramaic) Simple, true, original. -- A somewhat remote or “unadvertised” version of the Bible, having been subjected to very little change over the past twenty centuries. It has been scru­pulously preserved in its original form by the Church of the East, an obscure Christian minority—not to be confused with the Eastern Orthodox Church. These peoples still use the Aramaic language and are living in countries such as Afghanistan, Iraq, Turkey, Iran, India, Syria and other nations east of the Caucasus. (See Vol. II, Appendix B)

Pogrom -- (Russian) Devastation. -- Term frequently used to describe Gentiles’ violent persecutions of Jewish communities and villages in Russia and Eastern Europe.

Rapture -- Term applied in theology – and especially, eschatology -- to describe the “gathering up” or “taking away” of Believers, particularly Christians, both dead and living; resurrected to be with the Lord sometime before the seven years of “Tribulation” that will immediately precede the arrival of Jesus as Messiah. (Luke 21:36; I Corinthians 15:51– 57; I Thessalonians 4:16–18; Revelation 3:10)

Rosh Hashanah -- (Hebrew) New Year. -- Title of Talmud Tractate.

Sanhedrin -- Council of seventy-one Jewish elders, comprising the supreme ecclesiastical and secular tribunal to the Jews. -- Talmud tractate.

Shabbath, (or Shabbot) -- (Hebrew) Sabbath. -- Title of Talmud tractate.

Shekhinah (or Shechinah) -- (Hebrew) Dwelling or Presence. -- The visible Divine Presence of Almighty God, “Yahweh” or “YHWH” or “I AM,” seen by the Israelites during the Exodus from Egypt, at the Temple or the Tabernacle as a “pillar of cloud by day” or as a “pillar of fire by night.” Most English Bible translations refer to the Divine Pres­ence as “the Glory of the Lord,” and occasionally, as “the Angel of God.” Some Jewish teachers refer to the Shekhinah as “The Holy Spirit.”

Shethiyah -- (Hebrew) Foundation. -- Term used to denote the Foun­dation Stone; the resting place of the Ark of the Covenant in the Holy of Holies. Literally, even (stone) and Shethiyah (Founda­tion).

Talmud -— (Hebrew) Teaching or lesson. -- Jewish Rabbinical commentary on The Law and Jewish traditions.

Tanakh (Ta-nakh’) — Hebrew word derived from an acronym “TNK” describing the Scriptures, formed from: the Torah — (the first five books), Nebhi‘im -- (the Prophets), Kethubhim — (“other writings,” including the Psalms). Christian Gentiles call this “The Old Testament.”

Tishri -- (Hebrew) Seventh month of the Jewish religious calen­dar, first month of the civil year. Rosh Hashanah on first day, Yom Kippur on tenth day, Feast of Tabernacles (Sukkoth) on fif­teenth day of this month.

Torah -- First five books of the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament): Gen­esis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. Usually main­tained in scroll form as used in the Temple and in synagogues.

Waqf – (Arabic). Legal authority under Islamic law. Name assigned Islamic governing authority on the Jerusalem Temple Mount.

Yeshiva — (Hebrew) Sitting place. -- A Jewish school for students of the Holy Scriptures, Judaism, Talmudic Law, Judaic tradition, etc.

Yom Kippur – (Hebrew) Day of Atonement. Most sacred Jewish Feast holiday.

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