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The Holy Temple Revisited

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The Holy Temple Revisited

Watch a visual presentation on the Beit HaMikdash (Holy Temple), the center of our nation and the place where we were closest to G-d. This webcast provides a general overview of the Temple’s magnificent structure and the awesome experience one encountered.
Three Weeks, Holy Temple

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m. poovathal mauritius August 9, 2022

many many thanks for this great and detailed presentation Reply

Cliff Boston, USA August 8, 2022

Thank you for this fascinating presentation! Reply

Mariam Panama August 7, 2022

This revisit to the Holy Temple built by King Solomon, is a preamble to focus on the Third Holy Temple that we are going to build for the coming of the Messiah? It's a great thing for The Earth. Reply

Maddy August 7, 2022

Wow! Reply

Mordekhai Chaban Northampton August 7, 2022

This was truly awesome thank you so much!!! Reply

Chana Silverman California August 7, 2022

When we realize how amazing the Temple was and the why we lost it, it should inspire us to live for Hashem over just for our own selfish at times m, selves. The gratitude we should have to have been chosen to be the people of the Land, of the Torah, to proclaim the reality and existence of Hashem should spark something within us as our teacher here says, a deeper connection to Hashem! Wow! We must be filled with faith in the Messiah’s arrival to restore at last everything that was lost. Baroch Hashem! Reply

FRANK KOHLER usa August 6, 2022

I don't understand why there would have been steps at any point climbing up the mountain when Hashem expressly forbid the use of steps to ascend to His presence Reply

Awtsmoos KolMawkoym August 7, 2022
in response to FRANK KOHLER:

That commandant was only for the Altar. Hashem's presence is everywhere, so it we wouldn't use steps in his presence we would never use them. Reply

Chana Silverman California August 7, 2022
in response to FRANK KOHLER:

You are taking that quote out of context. Put it back in the whole story and see if there is not a deeper meaning than the literal. Especially when Hashem wanted the Temple built. Reply

David Sasser Lafayette Indiana August 5, 2022

Very nice, thank you Reply

Jay Berman August 5, 2022

We would still have our Holy Temple had the Zealots not rebelled against the Roman Empire and murdered several High Priets during the First Jewish Roman War. Reply

Guidry August 5, 2022

When i stand before a really tall building, it makes me have a greater awareness of my small nest. It’s greatness. It also makes me think of my insignificance. I don’t mean in a insecure way, but in the larger scope of things. It also makes me think of how many of “us” together it takes to even feel balanced to its greatness. At times it makes me feel a healthy fear of the enormity that could crush me if it were designed to do so. It is after this video that I am connecting all of this spiritually to Him and his house. Feeling grateful Reply

Awtsmoos KolMakom August 5, 2022

Cool. Anything on the third beis hamikdash, any 3d models, perhaps a game? Reply

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