More than 2600 years ago, the Prophet Ezekiel was shown a vision of a future Temple to which all the nations on earth would ascend in everlasting peace and harmony. A fine trickle of water flows from under the threshold of the Holy of Holies in this Temple, eventually becoming a great river whose waters heal every wound and sickness. The river then flows to the Mediterranean and sweetens all the oceans of the world, making them drinkable. This is the Messianic Temple. The key to the construction of this Temple is learning its design, a process considered the first stage of building it, but this study was neglected throughout the ages because the chapters describing the Third Temple (Ezek. 40-48) are difficult and confusing. In recent years, new light has enabled us to begin to understand Ezekiel's vision of the Messianic Temple. Now, after a decade of research, Rabbi Chaim Clorfene has given us a major work that explains every detail of Ezekiel's vision of the Third Temple. The Messianic Temple presents the last nine chapters of the Book of Ezekiel, verse by verse, in the original Hebrew with a new English translation and classic commentaries. Over 200 color diagrams and 3D illustrations make it possible for everyone to learn Ezekiel's design and understand it...easily! Now, we can begin to build the Third Temple.
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Fascinated and perpetually inspired by religion, Chaim Clorfene learned at both the Telshe Yeshiva in Los Angeles and the Lubavitch Yeshiva in Crown Heights, a process that transformed him from a sought-after marketing expert to rabbi and author. He later moved from America to Israel, where he resides in the city of Tsfat. Clorfene has authored six previous books and many articles. Together with Rabbi Yaakov Rogalsky, he co-authored one of the most respected guides for Noahides, The Path of the Righteous Gentile, soon to be released in a new and expanded 2nd Edition by Menorah Books.
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Book Description Menorah Books Limited, 2012. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110986002607