And even if the sacrificial system were to be reinstituted, it would avail the Jew nothing since "there remaineth no more sacrifice for sins."
Does this help?
This same question is basically being brought out in another great thread.
Wondering how you see sacrifices being done in Jesus's Millennial Kingdom? Notice the reference to blood: Malachi 3:3-4; Isaiah 56:6-8; Jeremiah 33:15-18; Ezekiel 43:18-46:24.
Yet personally, I cannot say that they would avail the Jew nothing as these scriptures come to mind. Isa 2:2-4, Ezek 36:27, Ezek 37:24, Ezek 43:27
I think and agree that the sacrifices done in Christ's Millennial Kingdom shall be done for a memorial of the great sacrifice of THE LAMB of God, who gave himself for the sins of the whole world. Yet I cannot help but wonder...
What about those who will be born during the Millennial age? I mean, even though our Lord Himself shall be walking the face of the earth in those days, what would happen when somebody does indeed commit sin (Isa 65:20)? Could somehow the sacrifices in the Millennial temple be applied to them? For then what would the need be for priests, but for to keep the ordinances of the house? I mean, wont the Spirit have been poured out upon them as he has done with us, enabling them at that time to keep his laws and enjoying the benefits of them as he had promised unto them?
I think that the Law shall be in full effect for those nations entering the Millennial reign of Christ, for what better rod than to smite the nations than that of his holy Law?
I also think that even though the first Covenant was disannulled, the Law, has not been completely done away with (Matt 5:18).
P.S. As a side note, I like to think that the New Covenant was established at our Lord's most intimate moment with his disciples (all jews and therefore TRUE ISRAEL), which was the Last Supper (Matt 26:28). I'm so thankful to God that we are able to partake in this Covenant. Blessed be the Name of the Lord.
Oh Israel, Israel, can't you SEEing?...There is a fountain...Hallelujah!