Saturday, December 27, 2014

Henry Gruver was an Eyewitness and Confirms Ron Wyatt's Discovery of the Ark of the Covenant and the Veracity of the Blood Test Results on the Blood of Christ

Grace and Peace to you on the eve of Christmas, 2014.  I spoke with Henry Gruver a few days ago. Henry is a Christian dear to God's heart, having spent several decades walking and praying over many cities in countries all over the world. One day in the 1980s, after praying and walking over the streets of Jerusalem, God sent Ron Wyatt from Turkey to Henry's hotel in Jerusalem, knowing that Henry was a man he could trust, to tell him all about the Ark of the Covenant discovery. So Henry began to be an eyewitness of the videos, artefacts, and even the blood test results on the Blood of Christ which Ron had tested by several Israeli laboratories. To this day, Henry confirms all of the discoveries made by Ron Wyatt at the Garden Tomb (the crucifixion site), and below in the chamber where Jeremiah hid the Ark of the Covenant. Henry also maintains although the IAA (Israel Antiquities Authority) has supressed the evidence, that Ron found not only the Ark of the Covenant in the chamber, but also found the clay jar that Jeremiah put the deed to the potter's field (which God told Jeremiah to do in Jer. 32:7-14 “Take these deeds, this sealed deed of purchase and this open deed, and put them in an earthenware jar, that they may last a long time.”) The scroll was removed from the earthen jar, and was cleaned and decifered, and was found to be Jeremiah's deed to the potters field. No wonder God told Jeremiah the deed had to "last a long time" it's been over 2600 years since Jeremiah hid the deed, and the Ark of the Covenant, underneath the future crucifixion site of Christ in the Garden Tomb of Jerusalem. Glory be to God in the highest!

Click here to order Henry Gruver's CD on the Ark of the Covenant: Henry Gruver on the Ark of the Covenant

I always wondered why God would tell Jeremiah to go buy a field in the middle of the Babylonian seige and invasion, on the eve of Jerusalem being sacked - and then after Jeremiah's death - there was no more mention of the deed or that particular potter's field. Why did the deed have to last a long time, I always wondered? It just seemed like an out of place direction to give on the eve of an invasion. But now I understand why, so that when Ron Wyatt discovered the Ark of the Covenant chamber some 2600 years later, the Israelis would know that Jeremiah hid it there, and to God be the glory!