Zion Plowed Like a Field in Prophecy
Yisrayl Combines History With Prophecy…
What is the Arch of Titus?
· The Victory Arch of Titus commemorates Titus’ victorious conquest of Judaea, leading the sacking of Jerusalem and ending the Jewish wars.
· The arch was constructed after Titus’s death in 81 c.e. (A.Y.) after his becoming a God.
Where is the Arch of Titus?
· The Arch of Titus is located on the highest point of the Via Sacra, a road leading to the Roman Forum.
· This is a single arch, 15.4m high, 13.5m wide, and 4.75m deep. The marble reliefs stand nearly 2.5m in height.
· On the Arch of Titus is a relief depicting the Romans’ triumphal procession, returning with spoils from the (House of Yahweh) in Jerusalem.
· Especially prominent is the sacred Menorah, but we can also see the Table of the Shewbread, and the silver trumpets which called Jews to Rosh Hashanah. about.com
Now read the Prophecy of this evil that was done by the Roman Catholic Church in 70 AY when they called themselves Pharisees, Sadducees, Essenes, and Herodians.
Yahweh’s Prophet Micahyah made this Prophecy in 710 BY (Before Yahshua) when the Roman Catholics called themselves the heads of Yahaqob.
Micahyah 3:1-2, 9-12
1 Then I said; Hear now, O heads of Yaaqob, you rulers of the house of Israyl! Is it not for you to know justice?—
2 You who hate Righteousness and love evil; who strip off the skin from My People, and the meat from their bones;
9 Hear now, O heads of the house of Yaaqob, you rulers of the house of Israyl, who abhor justice and pervert all equity,
10 Who build up Zion with blood, and Yerusalem with iniquity:
11 Her heads judge for reward and her priests teach for pay, and her prophets divine for money. Yet they lean upon Yahweh, and say; Is not Yahweh among us? No evil can come upon us!
12 Therefore, because of you, Zion will be plowed like a field, Yerusalem will become heaps of rubble, and the mountain of The House of Yahweh like the high places of a forest.
Verse 12: Zion plowed
In his book, The Land and the Book, Dr. William Thomson wore, “Mount Zion is now [in the eighteenth century], for the most part, a rough field. From the tomb of David, I passed on through the fields of ripe grain. It is the only part of Jerusalem that is now or ever has been plowed.” When Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent rebuilt the walls of Jerusalem in A.D. 1542, the architect omitted Mount Zion, the City of David, from the area he enclosed, and strangely enough, it was only partly built up again. How, except by divine inspiration, could Micah have foretold that this particular part of Jerusalem would be “plowed like a field”?
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