Today most unbelieving Jews are partially blind so they cannot see that Yeshua was already here two thousand years ago and fulfilled all of the prophecies regarding himself in his first coming. if you are a believer and you get to talk to a Jewish person, please share the truth of the gospel with them, tell them about the story of Yeshua, Isaiah 53 is a great starting point, the spirit is moving and opening the hearts of his people so they can see the truth, his elect are every one who have the mark of God those who are true believers and will not be deceived by the Beast and his one world religion, help spreading the truth now is the time!
The sacrificial altar has already been built for the 3d temple among all the other tools and utensils that are needed for a complete functioning temple, now the only thing is left is for the vatican to decide on the right time to give an approval of the building of the temple, is it going to be built on top of the al aqsa masque(dome of the rock) or next to it? still remains to be seen, one thing is for certain the temple will be built and daily sacrifices and offerings will resume and later will be stopped by the man of sin which will proclaim himself to be God in the temple of God. (Daniel 9:27, 2 thessalonians 2:3-4, Matthew 24:15)
Lamb sacrifice has already been reinstated after 2000 years.
this is the website where you can sign up and participate in the passover sacrifice if you are in Israel... http://www.korbanpesach.org/index.htm (click on english if you don't read Hebrew in the upper right corner)
(warning graphic images of animal sacrifice)
The article of the two men on temple mount
Two men have been sentenced to 50 hours of service after trying to perform the Passover sacrifice on the Temple Mount.
by Maayana Miskin
Two Jewish activists who attempted to sacrifice a lamb on the Temple Mount have been sentenced to 50 hours of community service.
In March 2010, the eve of the Passover holiday, activists Noam Federman and Yehuda Glick attempted to bring an animal onto the Temple Mount in order to perform the Biblically mandated Passover sacrifice. They were stopped by police.
The two were charged with unauthorized transportation of livestock.
They argued in court that the charge in question was intended to be used to fight theft of farm animals. They accused the state of political persecution, and of misuse of the law to prevent freedom of worship.
Judge Dana Cohen-Lekach agreed that Federman and Glick had not committed a crime, but said that unauthorized transport of livestock was indeed problematic. She suggested a compromise in which the two would give of their time to the Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in Israel.
Federman and the attorney representing Glick replied that the men's initial action of attempting a Passover sacrifice had been a contribution of their time to the State of Israel, and that they would be happy to contribute their time again.
"With G-d’s help, next year the nation will ascend the Temple Mount, and I will bring a Passover sacrifice with me," Federman said. "I expect the Israel Police not to do as they did in previous years and prevent us from fulfilling the mitzvah [positive command]."
Attorney Yitzchak Bam, who represented Glick, said police should invest their time in fighting crime, not in chasing after people who seek to perform religious ceremonies. "Just as the Women of the Wall were given freedom of worship, my client, too, should have freedom of worship," he argued.
The charges against Federman and Glick did not discourage them from attempting to sacrifice a lamb this year as well.