Sacrifice for the 70 Nations… (Video)

Hours ago, on the Mount of Olives, a lamb was sacrificed for the nations. But, there are a few problems….

While I need more time to think through and process this, several troubling thoughts come to mind right from the outset…

Leviticus 17 Then the Lord spoke to Moses, saying, “Speak to Aaron and to his sons and to all the sons of Israel and say to them, ‘This is what the Lord has commanded, saying, “Any man from the house of Israel who slaughters an ox or a lamb or a goat in the camp, or who slaughters it outside the camp, and has not brought it to the doorway of the tent of meeting to present it as an offering to the Lord before the [a]tabernacle of the Lord, bloodguiltiness is to be reckoned to that man. He has shed blood and that man shall be cut off from among his people. 5 [b]The reason is so that the sons of Israel may bring their sacrifices which they were sacrificing in the open field, that they may bring them in to the Lord, at the doorway of the tent of meeting to the priest, and sacrifice them as sacrifices of peace offerings to the Lord. The priest shall sprinkle the blood on the altar of the Lord at the doorway of the tent of meeting, and offer up the fat in smoke as a soothing aroma to the Lord. They shall no longer sacrifice their sacrifices to the goat demons with which they play the harlot. This shall be a permanent statute to them throughout their generations.”’

“Then you shall say to them, ‘Any man from the house of Israel, or from the aliens who sojourn among them, who offers a burnt offering or sacrifice, and does not bring it to the doorway of the tent of meeting to offer it to the Lord, that man also shall be cut off from his people.

  • This was not done ‘in the place where I cause My name to dwell’, rather it was across the Kidron on the Mt. of Olives.
  • It does not appear to have been done by a Levitcal priest.
  • It does not appear to have been a ‘clean’ fire. By that I mean, some kind of fluid, maybe olive oil, or heaven forbid, lighter fluid was used to start it. And, the charcoal came from where?

Make no mistake, Ezekiel 44 clearly says that there will be offerings of the ‘fat and the bood’ in the future Temple, but this is not it. Beware… I strongly suspect this is opening a very dark spiritual portal intended to bring a messiah, but it will not be the Holy One of Israel.

I’ll write more after deeper thought, but this needs to be out there… Armor up!

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16 Responses to Sacrifice for the 70 Nations… (Video)

  1. Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz says:

    Hi Pete,
    I understand that this is troubling for you and I appreciate your patience before jumping in to condemn it. Those commandments are specifically for Israel. Since the Temple was consecrated, Jews are only permitted to make sacrifices on the Temple Mount in the manners specified in the Torah. Non-Jews are permitted to make sacrifices anywhere (except the Temple Mount). This was a sacrifice made by a non-Jew on the Mount of Olives as a renewal of the covenant made between God and Noah/Mankind. Jews were permitted to instruct and aid but were not allowed to build the altar, light the fire, or slaughter the lamb. I am sure there are other aspects that bothered you and I may have related to them in my article. Note: This was a non-Jewish sacrifice that hopefully will pave the way for the Jewish Temple to return.


    • Pete Rambo says:

      Thank you, Adam, and blessings to you. Please do understand, I am troubled for multiple reasons, but I do NOT harbor animus toward Jews in general or even any specifically. In fact, in days, Kelly and I board a plane for our sixth trip to Israel and I can’t wait. We’ll humble ourselves for Yom haKipurim and celebrate Sukkot as we did in your sukkah a couple years ago. Sweet memory!

      My deep concern, frankly, is that the Talmudic teaching concerning people like me is that I may not keep Shabbat or celebrate the feasts without invoking a death sentence. Global institution of Noahideism is a goal of many that will lead to a holocaust against the house of Israel, none of whom are ‘Jews’ but have been assimilated into and according to prophecy will be drawn out of the nations.

      I love you brother, but I want to be honest. I am not a prophet or the son of a prophet, but as a watchman, if I see the sword coming, I must speak, else the blood of many is on my hands.

      Brachot v’Shabbat Shalom.

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  2. Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz says:

    Hey Pete,
    I would never even suspect you of animus. I don’t think you are capable of animus. I am connected with Rabbi Yoel Schwartz who is a prominent rabbi and brilliant scholar. There is a Jewish tradition that when Israel holds two sabbaths in a row, the Messiah will come. Rabbi Schwartz believes that is a Jewish sabbath and a non-Jewish sabbath. I suggest you read this and focus on his understanding of the repetition of the Ten Commandments.


  3. Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz says:

    Every nation is welcome/encouraged/(Required?) to take part in the feasts. Noahidism confuses me. As I understand the laws, every Christian already follows them (except perhaps Catholics. Yeah, I know, not Christian). I wonder, you wrote, “the house of Israel, none of whom are ‘Jews’ but have been assimilated into and according to prophecy will be drawn out of the nations.” By this, do you mean like you guys? I think my fear is that there are so many today that claim the Jews of today are not descended from the original Jews/Judah/Hebrews. I hate when people say that.


    • Pete Rambo says:

      The Jews of today are most certainly descendants of Israel and physical seed of Jacob.

      What I see, and have written about in my book Ten Parts In The King, is that when Israel was divided into two kingdoms under Rehoboam, they became two connected but separate nations that Hashem dealt with differently. The northern kingdom continued in idolatry and reaped the judgment and dispersion promised by Yah. But, they were also the instrument by which He scattered the seed of Abraham ( through Jacob) to the ends of the earth. They are the house of Israel, though on ocassion in Scripture context demands that term refer to the whole house, as in Lev. 17.

      The southern kingdom, the house of Judah, received some exiles from the north, thus inheriting strains of all twelve tribes at the time of the Assyrian invasion, but were largely composed of Judah, Benjamin, Levi and the previously assimilated Simeon. So, imo, the Jews are not the WHOLE house of Israel, but a very important visible part who were tasked with preserving Torah and carrying it down through the ages for such a time as this.

      Ezekiel 37, in the two sticks prophecy, we see that two groups draw near each other and become one (echad: united) in the hand of the Almighty. Each stick had elements of all twelve tribes, but one is primarily Joseph and the other is primarily Judah. V.22 says they will no more be two kingdoms, but will walk together under ‘my servant David.’ Neither stick becomes the other. Jews don’t become Joes and Joes don’t become Jews, but they are brothers that cone together to live in the Land (a much expanded area that was given to avinu Avraham) and obey the statutes and ordinances forever.

      Yeshua, a young Jewish Rabbi said, ‘I came for the lost sheep of the house of Israel.’ For 2000 years, the house of Israel has been buried in the nations, like Yosef, unrecognized by his brother Judah. But also, we have been highly unjust and have acted unrighteously toward our older brother.

      Today, those coming out of christendom, are the returning house of Israel, that huge multitude that number as the sand on the seashore, yet only a remnant will return. And Poretz goes before us.

      This us all very delicate, but we are two brothers that need to be reconciled and learn to love each other, something you do very well.

      May Hashem bless you!

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  4. Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz says:

    My understanding is that the non-Jews may observe all of the commandments except for those that are specifically described as a “sign” between God and Israel. Oddly enough that does include the Sabbath but Rav Schwarts permits it. It also includes tefillin but I have no problem saying that if you come to visit me in the Golan again, I would be honored to help you and your family put on tefillin. If it is a sin, then I’ll take that one with me proudly and lay it before hashem when the time comes. Of course, when it comes to your wife there will be two problems. The first is that we cannot tie the straps on her hand. The other problem is that just like with the lulav so many years ago in my sukkah, I will not be able to see because I will be crying too much from the holiness.


    • Pete Rambo says:

      Deal. I guess I have to make a trip to the Golan this Sukkot (unless I can talk you into spending a day or two with our group just outside Jerusalem.) We are multinational and would delight in your visit. I’ll see that you have kosher lodging and provisions.

      To be honest, I’ve never layed tefillin, however a dear brother in our fellowship does and has for years. He fully believes he is of Asher, goes up three times a year and has for ten years!


    • Jason says:

      Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz wrote:
      “The other problem is that just like with the lulav so many years ago in my sukkah, I will not be able to see because I will be crying too much from the holiness.”

      Thank you for your tender willingness to help Pete’s family walk out Torah. Maybe this makes YH-H smile?

      Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz wrote:
      “My understanding is that the non-Jews may observe all of the commandments except for those that are specifically described as a “sign” between God and Israel. Oddly enough that does include the Sabbath but Rav Schwarts permits it.”

      This is not the first time I’ve heard this (i.e. that non-Jews/non-Judeans/non-physical descendants should not keep certain commandments). Any idea where it comes from? After all, Isaiah‬ ‭56:2-3, 6-8‬ ‭(ESV) says‬‬ the following [Sabbath and sacrifice, discussed above, are specifically listed]:

      “Blessed is the man who does this, and the son of man who holds it fast, who keeps the Sabbath, not profaning it, and keeps his hand from doing any evil.” Let not the foreigner who has joined himself to the Lord say, “The Lord will surely separate me from his people…”

      “…the foreigners who join themselves to the Lord, to minister to him, to love the name of the Lord, and to be his servants, everyone who keeps the Sabbath and does not profane it, and holds fast my covenant— these I will bring to my holy mountain, and make them joyful in my house of prayer; their burnt offerings and their sacrifices will be accepted on my altar; for my house shall be called a house of prayer for all peoples.” The Lord God, who gathers the outcasts of Israel, declares, “I will gather yet others to him besides those already gathered.”


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  5. Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz says:

    Richard Lockwood, There are many factual inaccuracies in that article. I will be writing to the author.

    Liked by 1 person

  6. Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz says:

    Richard, I think it is significant that the author does not permit comments nor does he post his contact info. He covers several of my articles, referring to them as abominations and really ignoring any facts or accurate statements of theology. My personal impression is that he hates Jews and Judaism and does what we call drawing targets around the arrows after the hit the wall. Especially in this article but in others as well he twists the facts to fit his hatred of Jews. He is welcome to his opinion including his hatred of Jews but I insist on calling it what it is. My understanding is that it is forbidden for Christians to hate Jews.


  7. Elizabeth Vanier says:

    Looking forward to seeing you and all in Jerusalem very soon! Shalom, Elizabeth

    Liked by 1 person

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