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Was the high priest ever tied with a rope whenever he went in the Holy of Holies in the Old Testament? Was there something that caused the Brownsville revival to end, or did it stop by a sovereign act of God as suddenly as it started? Listen live here 2-4 pm EST, and call into the show at (866) 348 7884 with your questions and comments.


Hour 1:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: You know it’s very easy to point a finger at others and see sin and fault in others. I prayed this, years ago, “Lord help me to hate sin in my life the way I judge it in the lives of others!”

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Everything around us shifts and changes; politics change, fates of nations change, weather conditions change! Our God is completely unchangeable and in Him we will not be moved!



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  1. Hello Dr. Brown,

    I have been witnessing to a Jewish lady for just over a year now. Today I was discussing Psalm 2 with her and I wanted to ask you about the Hebrew in Verse 12:

    12 Kiss the Son, lest he be angry, and ye perish from the way, when his wrath is kindled but a little. Blessed are all they that put their trust in him.

    I’ve noticed many different translation of “Kiss the Son”. Can you comment on verse 12 from the Hebrew? I would really appreciate it.

    And please pray for my Jewish friend who says she “has no idea why we don’t believe in Yeshua” based on the evidence I have shown her from G-d’s Word, yet has not believed because her community does not believe.

    Thank you Dr. Michael Brown.

  2. Dr. Brown,

    (or anyone else who cares to comment)

    I have been curious about your views on what I outline below. After hearing your discussion of your disagreement concerning Israel going into another exile, I thought this would be an appropriate place to comment on my views and then you can correct me or delete the comment if it is not an appropriate place :).

    I do not believe Israel will go into another exile, but I believe a difficult time for Israel (as well as the world) is coming.

    I believe this is important, because Jesus gave a clear message to believing Jews that will be in Israel at the time certain events happen.

    The book of Revelation refers to this time period in 3 different units of time to get our attention (42 months; 1260 days, a times, time and a half a time)… maybe this is a hint that we should pay special attention to this period of time!

    I do not believe that premillennial commentators have been careful enough with the text of Mat 24 and Luk 21 which has contributed some to preterist ideas. A careful analysis of the text shows that Mat 24 has nothing to do with the destruction of the temple in 70 AD after verse 2 (if we are precise with the text).

    I outline the reasons why I say this below:

    1. Luk 21:37 Jesus was teaching in the temple during the day and on the Mount of Olives at night.

    2. Luk 21:6-8 Jesus mentions destruction of the temple and the disciples ask when will these things be. Jesus goes on to answer without a mention of going to the mount of Olives like in Mat 24:3.

    3. Luk 21:12 Jesus says, but “before all these things” speaking of the “birth pang signs”. He then describe events that will happen to the disciples during the book of Acts and the destruction of the temple in 70 AD.

    4. Luk 21:20 When you see Jerusalem surrounded by armies, its desolation is near… Jesus warns them to flee (See also Dan 9:26). History tells us that the Jewish Christians did flee!

    5. The questions are different Mat 24:3. After Jesus mentions the destruction of the temple, the teaching does not resume until the night time at the mount of Olives (unlike Luk 21). They ask about his coming and the end of the age which they do not in Luk 21. This is possibly because of what he taught them during the day in the temple got them curious about the end of the age and they asked about it at night!

    6. The events have a different relationship to the “birth pang signs” Mat 24:9. Jesus does not say “before all these things” but “then” and he goes on to describe events that will happen after the “birth pang signs”

    7. The events to watch for are different Mat 24:15. Jesus does not warn them to watch for the armies surrounding Jerusalem, but for the abomination of desolation spoken of by Daniel the prophet

    8. The Aftermath is different. Jesus then goes on to talk about great tribulation and the 2nd coming following this abomination of desolation (See also Dan 12:1. This is different Jews being scattered into all nations Luk 21.

    9. Not confusing these two passages is important because Jesus is warning to different sets of Jewish believers to flee Jerusalem at two different critical times in history

    I believe the text is reasonably clear. I believe we need to be more careful with the words of Jesus in Mat 24 and Luk 21 and not try to fit together that which does not go together. Jesus is very precise in these two messages. The words are chosen carefully to bring to mind different old testament passages in each sermon.

    I know you probably do not have time to read all this and comment on this, but I do feel it is important to understand these two passages. I do believe Israel is going to receive one who comes in his own name (Joh 5:43), but this one will show his true colors (2 Thess 2). Israel will realize they have made a mistake and God will protect a significant remnant in the final days before Messiah’s return.

    I am really enjoying your books and show. I have been eternally blessed by them!


  3. Soncino Zohar, Vayikra, Section 3, Page 102a says, “. Isaac said: ‘A cord was tied to the feet of the High Priest before he entered the Holy of Holies, so that if he died suddenly within they should be able to draw him out.”

    To the orthodox Jews this is the Holy Zohar orally transmitted by Rav Shimon bar Yochai. So all orthodox Jews believe this is the oral Torah on the matter.

    Josephus does not mention the rope, nor the Talmud and Mishnah but like I said the Zohar is a very influential book for the modern day orthodox Jewish Pharisees.

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