Kabbalah Wizards and Christian Zionists Trying to Build a Third Temple
It’s important to note that Rick Wiles, pictured above from the video teaching we’ll be discussing in this commentary, formerly worked for Christian Broadcasting Network as well as Trinity Broadcasting Network, the two top evangelical Christian broadcasting networks.
But he says he no longer has anything to do with the major Christian broadcasters due to their all-too-close associations with what he correctly calls the “Kabbalah Wizards” of Jerusalem.
In other words, he’s found that many of the big-name Christian leaders are so wrapped up with Zionist Jews who take their teachings from the mystical book of the Kabbalah (which teaches Jewish ritual magick and mysticism), and the Talmud (which teaches that Jesus is boiling in hell in hot excrement), that these “Christian” evangelical leaders are virtually more “Jew” than they are Christian.
As he puts it, “What we’re talking about today is a Satanic marriage between Kabbalah wizards and American evangelical pastors, Bible prophesy teachers, and ministry leaders.”
Rick goes on to comment that this “Satanic marriage” between Christian leaders and Kabbalists constitutes “fellowship with the devil.”
Blaspheming the Lord
In the 49-minute video at the link above, Rick discusses the very serious heresy (and blasphemy) involved in supporting the efforts of Zionist Jews to have a “Third Temple” built in Jerusalem.
He and his guests rightly point out that Christian support for a so-called “Third Temple” is one of the ultimate blasphemies, because it negates Jesus Christ as THE Living Temple of God, and it negates Christians as the “living stones” that make up that temple, which is also known as the many-membered body of Christ.
In other words, for evangelical Christian leaders to believe in the need for a “Third Temple,” they have to reject the New Testament which teaches us that faithful Christians already are that temple, in Christ.
(You might recall that several years ago I pointed out this very same thing in my short study Animal Sacrifice on the Temple Mount, and documented all of the Bible verses to demonstrate it.)
Kabbalah Wizardry: “Voodoo that Jews Do”
As an aside, Rick, when asked what “Kabbalah” is, explains that “Simply put, Kabbalah is the voodoo that Jews do.”
In other words, the Kabbalah is basically a book of Jewish mysticism, magick spells, enchantments, man-made numerology and other esoteric and occult practices that the orthodox rabbis use in the course of their daily lives.
And he explains further that those who follow and practice the Kabbalah are in essence practicing the very wizardry, divination and witchcraft that the Bible tells us to avoid at all costs. (See Leviticus 20:27; Deuteronomy 18:10-12; Leviticus 19:31; Leviticus 20:6; I Sam. 28:3; II Chronicles 33:6; Isaiah 8:19.)
The Trump Connection: Scheming With Christian Leaders to Build the “Third Temple”
Rick goes on to reveal how these “Kabbalah wizards” in Israel are scheming with American evangelical church leaders to use President Donald Trump to pave the way for the building of a so-called “Third Temple.”
In the video he shows example after example of the sensationalistic claims and “prophesies” being made by the “Kabbalah wizards” in Jerusalem, in regards to Trump being some kind of “man sent from God to help Israel rebuild the Third Temple.”
He also names many of the modern Christian evangelic leaders that have tied themselves to these “Kabbalah wizards,” and who, like them, seek the building of a “Third Temple” in Jerusalem in order to “hasten the arrival of the Messiah.”
And he explains why this is such a serious blasphemy that he can no longer have anything to do with such “Christian” leaders. Indeed, he says he’ll no longer allow these Christian leaders on his broadcasts, neither will have any kind of fellowship with them.
As It’s Written
Of course, Rick is absolutely right. As the Scripture tells us:
Eph 5:11 And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them.
And as St. Paul would later state, specifically regarding the propensity of early Christians to continue in fellowship with the Jewish religious leaders who had rejected Christ:
2Co 6:14 Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? and what communion hath light with darkness?
2Co 6:15 And what concord hath Christ with Belial? or what part hath he that believeth with an infidel?
2Co 6:16 And what agreement hath the temple of God with idols? for ye are the temple of the living God; as God hath said, I will dwell in them, and walk in them; and I will be their God, and they shall be my people.
2Co 6:17 Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing; and I will receive you,
2Co 6:18 And will be a Father unto you, and ye shall be my sons and daughters, saith the Lord Almighty.
God won’t receive you into His eternal family household if you’re acting in concert with, and supporting, the Christ-hating Jews.
The Sin of Achan
In God’s eyes, it’s the equivalent of touching “the unclean thing,” which refers to the sin of Achan in Joshua chapter 7, and is a Hebraism for committing gross idolatry.
As you might remember, Achan, a Judahite, hid a Baal priest’s robe and other forbidden idolatrous items in his tent.
And because of it, God wouldn’t allow Israel to prevail in battle against the Amorites until the “accursed thing” was removed from the camp, and Achan was put to death for harboring it.
That’s how seriously God takes our religious affiliation and participation with those who hate Christ. He despises it as much as He despises the idolatry of Achan, because such ties always lead to idolatry.
Perhaps that’s why we see so many news articles now about Christianity being in decline, with commentators routinely speaking of “post-Christian America.”
In other words, God won’t bless Christianity, because, like Achan of old, Christianity has strayed so far from God and His Word — even straying directly into the camp of the Christ-hating Kabbalist Jews and embracing their blasphemous “Third Temple” mania.
You Can’t Have Two Temples and Still Be “Christian”
Again, it’s we, as Christians, who make up the temple of God. Not some brick and mortar building in Jerusalem, or anywhere else for that matter.
The temple of God is composed of living people who love the Lord and who serve Him faithfully. And if we don’t believe that..if we believe instead that a mere building is the temple of these end days…then we can’t really call ourselves Christian, can we?
As Christ stated in John 2:19, “Destroy this temple, and in three days I will raise it up.”
And He did exactly that. He rose from the dead three days after His death, and the building of the temple known as the many-membered body of Christ began at that point and has been carried on from that point forward.
It’s a temple composed of “lively stones” (I Peter 2:5) which means “living stones,” which in turn means it’s composed of you and me and all other faithful Christians. We’re the bricks that make up the temple walls — the temple of God in Jesus Christ.
And that means Christian support for the building a so-called “Third Temple” in Jerusalem is a blatant rejection of Jesus Christ as our temple head and of faithful Christians as the temple body.
In short, it’s a rejection of God’s Word. And therefore, it’s no wonder Christianity in America is now in such a steep decline.
Bizarre Religious Alliance
Rick Wiles goes on to state that the alliance between Israeli Kabbalah wizards and American church leaders is a “bizarre religious alliance” that ultimately results in “a weird marriage with Satanic Kabbalah mystics.” He says:
“I don’t know how anybody can ignore the bizarre religious alliance between Israeli Kabbalah wizards and American evangelical church leaders.
Apostate American evangelicals are in a weird marriage with Satanic Kabbalah mystics in Israel.
On top of it, both are claiming that President Trump’s name is identified in Bible prophesy through numerology.
It’s one of the most bizarre things I’ve witnessed in my over 40 years of walking with Jesus Christ.”
Third Temple Mania
Rick goes on to state:
“President Trump’s decision to move the U.S. embassy [to Jerusalem] set off a new wave of Third Temple mania among American Christian Zionists.
In their quest to make John Nelson Darby’s flawed prophesy predictions come true, the building of a Third Temple is now their next big goal to accomplish.
We have plenty of evidence today to back our claims that Kabbalah wizards are working with American Christian Zionists to use President Trump to build a Third Temple in Jerusalem.
Even more shocking, the Kabbalah wizards, and American Christian Zionists, are saying that President Trump’s name is associated with the coming of the Messiah.”
He then goes on to show news article after news article demonstrating that Jewish Kabbalah practitioners are proclaiming that President Trump has been “divinely sent to being the Messianic process.”
But “divinely sent” by who? After all, the god of the Kabbalah wizards is not Jesus Christ. They openly reject Jesus. Instead, their god is Satan himself.
Eating at the Antichrist’s Table
I’ve said it before. And I’ll say it again: If you want to take your teachings from Christ-hating Jews, then fine. Go right ahead.
But don’t expect God to bless you for it, because He considers it one of the worst forms of blasphemy.
You’re eating, symbolically, at the table of the antichrist when you do such a thing. And in so doing you’re rejecting — however unwittingly — the communion table of Christ, which is the communion of a single body, not some hybrid so-called “Judeo-Christian” body.
After all, you can’t be both “Judeo” (i.e., a rejecter of Christ) and “Christian” (i.e., a faithful embracer of Christ) at the same time. It just won’t fly. It’s double-minded.
In supporting the building of a so-called “Third Temple,” Christians are essentially allowing the Kabbalists to cast their sensationalistic and deceptive spell over them by falling for their fake “prophesies” and predictions that emanate not from the Word of God, but from their esoteric interpretations of the Kabbalah and the Talmud.
Heartening to See
To be very frank with you, until yesterday I’d never heard of Rick Wiles.
But I can tell you that, for me, it’s very heartening to see an American Christian leader who has worked for decades with the big evangelical broadcasters come out from the deception and begin to teach so boldly and decisively against it.
That’s why I urge you to listen to the video at the link above. I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised, as well, to see mainstream evangelical Christians coming out of the deception and boldly urging their fellow Christian evangelical leaders to do the same.
Frankly, it’s long overdue.
This commentary, by the way, is not an endorsement of Rick Wiles. I simply haven’t had time to listen to his other teachings in order to draw any kind of conclusion as to the veracity of his teachings.
Even in the 49-minute video I’ve linked to at the top of this page, he has stated a few minor things I disagree with.
But as the old saying goes, we can disagree without being disagreeable. And we must always remember that everyone comes to the truth in fits and starts, meaning, it takes time to grasp, in its fullness, the wickedness going on in this world today, because you’re having to “see” through so much deeply entrenched deception.
Rick Wiles appears to be seeing through the deception that most Christians today have fallen for. And for that I applaud his bravery in reporting on what he’s seeing.
For further information on this topic, see my previous commentaries below:
Regards in Christ,
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