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4. Reign of Messiah
The Reign of Messiah—Picture 12

Though many Christians and Jews still disagree on the identity of Messiah, it
is the desire of ADONAI that we would be one in Him.  When worshippers
enter the Inner (Covenant) Courtyard of the Temple, they stand in front of
two large, stone pillars on the Portico.  The one to the right has etched upon
it scenes from the Tanakh (Old Testament), in the order in which they
occurred.  This pillar is called “Boaz”, for it was through creation and the
establishment of the nation of Israel that Elohim displayed His strength.  The
one to the left has etched upon it scenes from the Brit’ Hadashah (New
Covenant / New Testament), in the order in which they occurred.  This pillar
is called “Jakin”, for it is through Yeshua (Jesus) that ADONAI established His
will in the earth:  Yeshua (Jesus) introduced the God of Israel to the rest of
the world and set apart His people throughout the world, establishing the
Bride of Messiah.

The Portico roof depicts Messiah coming to earth in all of His glory and the
peoples of the world reaching up to Him.  The two pillars—the strength of
Israel and the establishment of the Body of Believers throughout the world—
both support the reign of Messiah on the earth.  Just above the portico roof
are three large windows, about 25 ft. tall each.  These windows represent the
manifest glory of ADONAI.  In the center is Abba, the Father and Creator,
sitting above an expanse of blue and being transported by living creatures
with four faces and four wings.  To the right is Messiah, cloaked in a cloud
tallit (prayer shawl), with tzit-zit (tassels) streaming from the cloud.  To the left
is a depiction of the Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Spirit) as the Ruach (Spirit)
appeared to the children of Israel in the desert:  as a pillar of fire and cloud.  
From the Most Holy Place (the place of God’s presence) and in the
Community Confession, Messiah is seen at the right hand of the Father.  He
is coming soon!
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