Sunday, November 25, 2012

How did the OT priest get through the veil
The veil of the temple was 3 inches thick and if you study out the veil and the history of the temple, you will find that it was the spirit of God that did the transferring. Just as when you or anybody really prays beyond the flesh and enters into that secret place with God so it is with the holy of holies. If you were not holy or consecrated unto God you could not get through the veil. Not once is a high priest killed in the Holy of Holies if you study it out you will find that.
The priest would wait at the veil and God would transfer them from one side to the other by means of his spirit "only" if they were holy and he accepted them because of it. If he did not except the sacrifice the priest couldn't even get through the veil. Its a wonderful experience because the priest had to have blood in one hand on a laver and a incense in the other to sprinkle the blood on the ark and to offer the incense as a sweet prayer from the people. Neither could touch the ground and there is no opening in the veil contrary to belief so the spirit of the Lord did it.


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    1. I've seen Peter's views posted on other sites and to my knowledge there's no biblical precedent for "transfering". But, I saw this one, from the Mishna and Talmud, says there were 2 sets of veils, one at the south end and the other at the north end with a small space in between, and that the priest went in the through the edge of the veil (see pages 146-152):