John B (3 Jan 2012)
"Reply to Eliane B"


I am most grateful for your reminder about Ron Wyatt. I saw Ron on 2 occasions maybe 20 years ago when he gave talks on tours in the UK and I thought “wow!!” Then I wondered why his discoveries were not endorsed by others. The general understanding is that the Arc of the Covenant is officially missing, or it is in Ethiopia, and the Noah’s Ark find was an official hoax. Not the last hoax but the one before that. Ron either bent the truth, or God has supernaturally caused a veiling of the finds. I suspect the latter.

 

Eliane B, I agree with you that the anointing of the Most Holy could be what Ron was supposed to have discovered.  See http://www.fivedoves.com/letters/jan2012/elianeb12.htm It does make sense that what the priest did on the Day of Atonement  was literally done by Christ with His own blood, fulfilling and bringing to completion  the Old Covenant sin sacrifice. Christ’s blood was spilt on the ground, which seems not to be a very Old Covenant thing to occur, unless it did go somewhere more significant, hidden from view. I really connect with this. But on the other hand, Hebrews 9 v 24, 25 tells us :

 

“ It was necessary, then, for the copies of the heavenly things to be purified with these sacrifices, but the heavenly things themselves with better sacrifices than these. For Christ did not enter a man-made sanctuary that was only a copy of the true one; he entered heaven itself, now to appear for us in God's presence”.(NIV)    i.e. the earthly Arc was a copy of a Heavenly one.

 

There has always been much debate on Daniel ch 9 v 24 to 27 and much debate about Ron Wyatt. Just to keep the debate going, the classical view of the 490 years of Daniel is that the last 7 of the 490 is an end time thing, so we look again at the 6 “decrees” of Daniel 9 v 24 to 27 and ask has it all been done yet? The 6 decrees are probably not in a random order, so I propose that the Anointing of the Most Holy is the final “decree” and completes the last 7.

 

Yours in His service

 

John Bidwell