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  1. Hi, I was just wondering about the way they brought Jesus after the trial at Pilatus’ place. There is the ‘official’ version with via Dolorosa and all that, but… Do you maybe have an idea about this?

  2. Hello, I read somewhere that the ark of the covenant probably got destroyed by the the babylon army when they invaded Jerusalem? Could that have happen? How do you know that the ark Ron Wyatt found is not a replica?

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  4. Hello, in your amazing video “The King’s Seal” you talk about God’s Times vs Roman Times, and that most people have abolished keeping God’s feast days as they obverse the Roman times instead (Easter, Christmas, New Year’s Day etc). As a Christian, should I be observing God’s feast days only? Could you please expand on where I can find out these dates and their significance?
    Thank you and God bless

    • Thank you for writing and liking the video! As I’m sure you know God treats the weekly Sabbath and the feast days differently in the Bible. May I recommend this article to understand the difference better: I think this answer your question and show their rightful meaning.
      Remember the Sabbath is in the ten commandment law and was universal for all mankind the others were tied to God’s people’s special relationship with God.

      God bless you in your studies and in whatever you decide to do! And let me know if I can be of any help.

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