Picture 1—Bird’s Eye View of the Temple Area

The entire temple area is 1,000 square feet and surrounded by a wall that is
10.5 ft. thick and high.  The gateways to the east, north and south are all 15 ft.
wide and 20.5 ft. high.  There is no gate to the west.  The temple faces east.  In
the northeast corner of the temple area is a mikveh (a cleansing pool—the
Jewish precursor to a baptismal pool).  It is 140 ft. by 100 ft. with a waterfall
flowing into the pool below.  The actual mikveh itself is 50 ft. by 45 ft.  So is the
waterfall.  Twenty-five feet of steps and landings descend into the mikveh with
landings of trees and plants on them between the three sets of descending
stairways.  Hence, there is a descending stairway of 5 steps, a 7 ft. wide landing
with trees and plants, another 5-step stairway, another 7 ft. wide landing with
trees and plants, and another stairway descending into the waters.  The
purpose for this mikveh is the same as it has been for centuries in Israel:  to
represent cleansing and commitment to the God of Israel.  As people come to
worship at the temple, they must first be cleansed and dedicated to ADONAI
(the LORD).  Immersion in the mikveh also helps worshippers from the nations
identify with Israel, as they are grafted into her as adopted sons and daughters
(see Romans 11:11-21 and Ephesians 2:19).
Revelation of the Temple Visions
Picture 2—Sideview of the Temple Area in Color

The temple itself is in the shape of a throne, visually establishing the reign
of Messiah on earth from Jerusalem, and it covers approximately 500 sq. ft.
This includes every area of the temple itself, the portico, the four towers, the
glass train of His robe (sanctuary roof) and the two lions that stand watch on
either side of the temple.  Though this picture is a view of one side of the
temple area, the other side is identical (with 2 more towers, another lion and
a ramp up to the Inner Courtyard).  The temple, towers and portico are all
constructed from a shining blue stone (with lavender accents—
see Picture
9).  The train of His robe (the sanctuary roof) is made of glass.  You can not
see into the glass, but you can see out of it.  The two lions are made of
Jerusalem stone.  Their eyes are spotlights that may be moved manually or
set on timers, to scan the land in Jerusalem.  Hence, temple servants may
actually go up into the lions, which serve as watchtowers for the
southeastern and northeastern parts of Jerusalem.
1. Cleansing and Commitment
Near the north and south gates of the temple area are training buildings, separate from the temple building.  The
North Building is for training the governmental leaders of the nations.  Kings, presidents and other heads of state,
along with their staff, are taken to this building to be taught to worship the God of Israel and come before Messiah
in His holy temple.  The North Building is also for training the priests among the nations (Isaiah 66:21)—the
religious leaders from throughout the world who teach the world’s people to serve ADONAI in their daily lives while
living in their respective nations.  The South Building is for training worshippers from every nation, tribe and
tongue from the four corners of the earth.  Each year, representatives from the nations are required to go up to
worship Messiah in Jerusalem.  In these two buildings, they are trained to worship and serve Him and to lead their
people and communities to do so as well in their respective nations.

After the set time for training is completed, the leaders from the nations are then allowed to enter into the
presence of Messiah in the Holy Temple via 90 ft. high rampways leading up to the Inner Courtyard, also called the
Covenant Courtyard.  In this place, all national leaders and everyone who has come to seek ADONAI makes
covenant with the God of Israel, to serve and obey Him, committing themselves and all those for whom they are
responsible into His care.  This area is 150 sq. ft.  
2. Teaching and Preparation
3. The Throne of ADONAI (the LORD)
Picture 3—Sideview of the Temple in Black and White

The portico of the temple is 50 ft. tall.  The seat of the Throne is 90 feet tall and 240
feet long.  The Northeast and Southeast Towers are 170 ft. tall and 45 ft. wide
each.  The Northwest and Southwest Towers are 330 ft. tall and 45 ft. wide.  The
glass train of His robe extends 240 ft. from the seat of His throne.  The glass train of
His robe is, in fact, the place of the sanctuary.
Picture 4—Front View of the Temple

The temple of ADONAI is glorious!  The back of the seat of His throne is adorned
with a specific shape.  The picture to the left reveals the view of the design of the
back of the seat of the throne if one were looking at it from inside the temple.  The
twelve stones around the Star of David represent each of the 12 tribes of Israel.  
The order in which the tribes are represented is set by ADONAI Himself.  In the top
center is Joseph (as one tribe, not two).  To the right of Joseph is Levi with Judah to
the left.  Now, every part of the temple is arranged from the perspective of ADONAI,
who dwells in the Most Holy Place.  From inside the temple, the perspective of
ADONAI, Judah is at the right hand of Joseph and Levi at the left.  On the other side
of Judah are Benjamin, Naphtali, Dan and Gad.  On the other side of Levi are
Reuben, Zebulun, Issachar, Simeon, and Asher.  From outside the temple, the
picture to the left would be reversed (see the picture below it).  

This whole shape represents three things simultaneously:
1) ADONAI, as the top of the shape, is sovereign over all.  Israel, in the middle, is set
apart.  The Nations, as the base, must support and exalt Israel.
2) God establishes His house with Himself as the covering.  The Nations are the
foundation and Israel is the protected treasure.
3) The eye of God watches all of the world through Israel, the apple (pupil) of His

Beneath this symbol are the
7 Windows of the Slayers.  These are cherubim sent
into the world to slay the sinful nature of man.  These windows vary in height (41 ft,
44 ft, 47 ft, 50 ft, 47 ft, 44 ft and 41 ft).  Each window depicts a cherub slaying a
different type of sin in the life of man for the purpose of deliverance.  The windows
themselves may be seen from in front of the temple, but the detail of the pictures
can only be seen from inside the temple in the
Hall of the Slayers (See Pictures 5
through 8).

The two 170 ft. Towers in the front of the Temple may be entered into by
worshippers at the temple (after receiving training in the North or South Building).  
The entrances to these two Towers are outside of the temple.  All four Towers
overlook Jerusalem.  The two 330 ft. Towers to the rear of the Temple may only be
accessed by priests and temple servants through the entrances in the Temple
Servants Hallway (
see Picture 10), a locked area.  
Click on the pictures
to view an enlarged
version of each one.
On December 21, 2009, I had a vision.  I saw the eye of God.  He opened His eye and a bomb was
inserted into the pupil of God's eye
causing an explosion in the eye of God that was felt throughout
the heavens.  

Moments after receiving the vision, I received the revelation.  
Israel is the apple of God's eye—the
pupil through which He looks at the world (Zechariah 2:8).  Hence, the explosion of God’s pupil
a great explosion in Israel.

Click here to read the full vision and revelation of how the Body of Messiah should respond.
A vision and revelation for the Body of Messiah (aka the Messianic
Community and the Church) regarding the state of Israel
Visions of the Temple
Hear what ADONAI (the LORD) speaks to His people at this time:  “A glorious throne, exalted
from the beginning, is the place of our sanctuary.” (Jer. 17:12)  From 2002 until the present
time, I have received revelations from ADONAI of a glorious temple in Jerusalem—the
temple at which He wants His people to worship Him, the temple to which He wants to send
Messiah, the temple to which He will bring the nations in humble submission.  At God’s
command, I am sharing these revelations with His people now.  
The third temple will be
rebuilt in Jerusalem.
 Scripture reveals that this is true (see Daniel 9:25-27 and Revelation
11:1-12).  As believers, one Body in Him, we must hear what He is saying to us and receive
the teaching about His presence and His return.   The visions and revelations about this
temple should inspire us to BE the temple, "a dwelling in which God lives by His Spirit" (Eph.
 Every aspect of the temple in my visions can train us in the will of ADONAI,
protocol in approaching His presence, and preparation for the millennial reign of
 I pray it blesses you as it has blessed me.

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