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When did Jesus open the gates to heaven?


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2011-09-13 18:56:04
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Upon his death the veil was torn in two.

This is a highly significant event. The 'veil' was a large curtain in the holiest part of the Jewish Temple - the 'holy of holies' where the Jews actually believed God dwelt. The curtain separated this place from the rest of the Temple, acting as a barrier between God and humanity.

At Jesus' death there was am earthquake, and the curtain tore in two from top to bottom. This meant symbolically that the barrier between God and humanity was removed opening the gate of heaven to all believers - past and future. The climax of this, of course, was the proof of the relationship between humanity and God being restored in Jesus' resurrection, opening for us the great expectation of our own resurrections and eternal life in heaven.


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