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Rob Rennie | Ron Wyatt’s discovery of the Ark of the Covenant is God’s witness to humanity that his son, Jesus Christ, is Lord.
After being led to watch Indiana Jones’ Raiders of the Lost Ark and writing a piece about it, God revealed the second part of His message to me: that the Ark of the Covenant has been found and that in this discovery lies a great witness to the world regarding what Jesus’ death on the cross really means.
It was through the research I ended up doing to write the aforementioned piece that led me to Ron Wyatt.
Before we get into the details of Wyatt’s discovery, I urge you to trust your better judgement, and if you’re a Christian, ask the Holy Spirit for confirmation regarding what I’m about to present to you because there are a lot of phony Christians out there who are trying to discredit his ministry.
But despite the accusations, I assure you, Wyatt’s methods are 100% biblical, have been confirmed to me by the Holy Spirit and are hands-down one of the biggest testimonies for Jesus Christ I’ve ever seen. I can’t emphasize this enough. The ramifications for this discovery are enormous and will ripple throughout the church and secular world starting this year.
First, I urge you to examine some of Ron Wyatt’s other discoveries. Go to the source material yourself at arkdiscovery.com and take the time to read through them. The stories behind each of the discoveries are miraculous and peppered with anecdotes of the supernatural.
For example, Ron prayed to God for an earthquake to unearth some of the Ark, making it more accessible for research and the next day, he read in the papers from Nashville that there had been an earthquake in Turkey accomplishing just that.
Here’s another. After hearing of the discovery of the Ark of the Covenant, six Israeli men tried to move the Ark in the middle of the night and they were all found dead the next day. Each one had an unexplained brain aneurysm.
Here’s a pretty well-known one. Before Ron even began looking for the Ark of the Covenant, he said his hand shot up and his mouth spoke the words, “That’s Jeremiah’s grotto. The Ark of the Covenant is down there,” but the words didn’t come from him, neither did he lift his arm as if to point. It was all supernaturally orchestrated by God.
Once again, you need to read the source material first. Don’t just go searching for ‘Ron Wyatt Debunked.’ Keep an open mind. I believe that at the end of the day, if you take my advice, you’ll be forced to conclude, as I did, that Ron Wyatt was used by the Lord to make a number of stunning archaeological discoveries.
The videos that have been put out are another great resource. Here’s a video explaining how Ron came to search for Noah’s Ark “upon the mountains of Ararat.”
Wyatt is credited for discovering the physical evidence of the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah, so I urge you to read Ron’s wife, Mary Nell Wyatt’s account of the story behind the discovery here. I would also check out the following video to see the excavation site for yourself.
Wyatt also found evidence of the Biblical account of the Red Sea crossing, how Pharaoh’s army was utterly destroyed when the waters came crashing down and the Israelites were allowed to escape to the other side of the river.
Check out this link explaining how an eight-spoke chariot wheel lying at the bottom of the river was examined by Nassif Hassan, Director of Antiquities in Cairo and how he identified the artifact as a chariot wheel from the 18th dynasty in Egypt. World Net Daily did a piece about the discovery as well.
In yet another discovery, Wyatt found the site of the real Mt. Sinai, where God gave Moses the Ten Commandments and Aaron and the Israelites worshiped the golden calf in this next video.
Which brings us back to the Ark of the Covenant. Given Ron Wyatt’s amazing track-record of Biblical discoveries that are truly unsurpassed by anyone in the field, I believe it was given to him by God to uncover the whereabouts of the Ark, which until very recently has been hidden in obscurity for thousands of years.
It really doesn’t make sense for me to rehash the things put forth in this next video, which puts everything in perspective and describes what happened to Ron leading up to and right after the discovery of the Ark of the Covenant, so I’m embedding the video here.
The point is, if I could summarize what, to me, is the most compelling evidence, the Ark of the Covenant was found right where the Bible says it would be. It was found directly underneath where Jesus Christ was crucified and when the Bible says the rocks were ‘rent,’ referring to the ground underneath the cross, that crevice in the earth is where Jesus’ blood dripped down until it fell onto the cover, also known as the ‘Mercy Seat,’ of the Ark of the Covenant.
Here’s a video of someone asking Ron Wyatt about the story behind Jesus’ blood sample.
And if you’re still unconvinced, check out the testimony of Michael Rood, a skeptic who decided to go out and meet Ron Wyatt for himself to discern whether what he was saying was true or not. His final analysis? Wyatt was telling the truth. Rood now has his own ministry at michaelrood.tv
Here’s a video by Jonathan Grey, another skeptic who initially sought to discredit Ron Wyatt and his discoveries, but after extensive research instead came to believe in them.
Here are two more skeptics, Jim and Penny Caldwell, who decided, as Jonathan Grey did, to go out and do research themselves exploring the findings of the late Ron Wyatt and who’ve now come to believe in them as well.
What’s more, we even have a recording of Ron Wyatt on his death bed stating that an angel of the Lord came to him and told him that this discovery wouldn’t be revealed until the Mark of the Beast was ready to be instituted. Guess what? The provision for an RFID chip has already been passed and is in Obama’s healthcare law, technically slated for March 2013.
I myself interviewed Kevin Fisher from arkdiscovery.com regarding all the skepticism regarding Wyatt’s discoveries and why Wyatt didn’t bring media attention to Jesus’ blood. You can listen to the interview below.
That’s it. There’s officially no more excuse to believe that the Bible isn’t true. This is as scientific as it’s going to get, guys. We all need to thank God for this information because its His grace that has allowed us to find it.
We also need to pray against the enemy, who is actively trying to discredit these discoveries and make it seem like Ron Wyatt is a fake. Use your discernment, pray and ask the Holy Spirit to keep you in right paths and let’s go forth in 2013 proclaiming the Gospel to everyone with a pulse.