The Ark is To Be A Remind that YAHUVEH ELOHIM’S People should stay in HIS Presence
World’s largest ark of the covenant donated to Israel
Filipino Christian businesswoman Grace Gupana donates the world’s largest replica of the Ark of the Covenant to Israel • The ark goes on display in Jerusalem Tuesday.
A giant replica of the Ark of the Covenant will go on display for the first time Tuesday on a truck opposite the Israeli Supreme Court and Foreign Ministry.
The replica was conceived, constructed and donated to the state of Israel by Grace Gupana, a 52-year-old Christian businesswoman from the Philippines.
The replica weighs 800 kg (1,760 pounds), and measures 3 meters tall, 5 meters long and 1.6 meters wide. It is made of special wood, with staves of iron as well as stone-carved cherubim painted gold.
After its display in Jerusalem, the ark will remain in Israel as a gift. The ark took 12 artists and artisans four months to build. It is a replica of the original Ark of the Covenant as described in Exodus Chapter 25. Gupana hopes it will enter the Guinness Book of World Records as the largest such replica in existence.
The world’s largest ark was unveiled today, Tuesday, for the first time in Jerusalem in the presence of thousands of participants in the Jerusalem march
The Ark of the Covenant will be recorded in Guinness Book of Records. The world’s largest ark was initiated, produced and donated to the State of Israel by Mrs. Grace Glindes Gopna, a Filipino businesswoman who has already won the 10 Guinness World Records, including the production of Israel’s largest flag in the world and the Jerusalem Municipality flag,
The world’s largest ark was unveiled today, Tuesday, September 24, for the first time in Jerusalem, with the participation of hundreds and thousands of spectators and participants in the Jerusalem march. The Ark of the Covenant was placed on a truck in front of the gates of the Foreign Ministry near the Supreme Court in Jerusalem. Grace Gopna, 52, a Christian from the Philippines and a close Israeli lover, wishes to express the love and support of the Philippine community in Israel and abroad in Israel and in helping Israel, who will now be able to use the Ark of Testimony as the strongest and largest weapon available to her. Facing the world. After the unveiling of the coffin, in the presence of media outlets from Israel and around the world, he was driven around Jerusalem and its neighborhoods and was arrested at the office of the President of the State, where Grace Kopna handed over to the President a letter of appreciation and a request to receive the Ark of the Covenant as a gift from Grace Kopna and the Filipino people.
The ark of the testimony was built for four months by 12 artists and professionals. The ark of the testimony was built as a return to the original ark that is described in Chapter 25 of the book of Shemot and includes the ark, the poles on either side and the two golden cherubs facing each other above the Ark of Testimony where according to Jewish tradition the Tablets of the Covenant were placed in the Mishkan and accompanied the journey of the Israelites in the desert Canaan and later was placed in the holiest place in the Temple.
The ark of the testimony presented today reaches 800 kg and is 3 meters high, and the coffin is more than 5 meters wide and 1.6 meters wide, made of wood, iron and stone and painted gold, He will remain in Israel as a gift.
Grace said today that the world’s largest ark will probably win the Guinness Book of World Records after her ten other works have been registered in her Guinness Book of Records, including the world’s largest flag and the largest city flag in the world, both donated to the State of Israel and the Jerusalem Municipality Broad international.
Attached are photographs of the Ark of the Covenant
For details: Yitzhak Raviah, Rav Communications: 054-7999209 or Grace Gopina: 054-7849057For more information, please contact Rav Communications .
Model of Ark of the Covenant destroyed in Jerusalem
Large replica of Biblical Ark destroyed by vandals after being put on display near Old City Walls.
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A model of the largest Ark of the Covenant, the largest such model in the world, donated to the residents of Jerusalem, was demolished by vandals Thursday morning.
One person has been arrested in connection with the incident.
The building and setting up of the model of the Ark of the Covenant was conceived, constructed, and donated to the residents of the city of Jerusalem by Filipina businesswoman Grace Gupana, a resident of the Philippines and a lover of Israel. The Ark, she said, was created for all believers of all faiths, especially the residents of Jerusalem and the State of Israel, in the hope that the Ark would serve as a powerful testimony against those who do not believe in the Bible.
Gupana said that the model of the Ark of the Covenant was first unveiled in Jerusalem during the Jerusalem Day March in 2013.
She said that she was “shocked, pained and saddened about the vandalism and destruction of the Ark model,” and that “the punishment of those who destroyed the model of the Ark of the Covenant will come from God.”
She added that the city of Jerusalem is a place of worship for the three Monotheistic religions, and that while Israel has undertaken to provide complete freedom of worship, there are those who do not allow that to happen.
“My pain and sorrow are very great today, and the Jewish people, on the day of the giving of the Torah, must respect the believers of all religions,” she said.
The model Ark was placed on a square in front of the walls of the Old City of Jerusalem on the eve of the Shavuot holiday Tuesday. It was draped in an Israeli flag.
The model weighs 1,760 pounds. It is 10 feet tall, 16 feet long, and 5 feet wide. It took 12 artists and professionals four months to build, and its construction was estimated to have cost tens of thousands of dollars.
Grace Gupana, 55 has ten records in the Guinness Book of Wold Records, including the largest ever national flag. She is a well-known Israel supporter and is descended from an ancient Spanish Jewish family, and currently lives in the Philippines. She owns an apartment in Jerusalem and visits Israel regularly.
Uhuru given ‘Ark of the Covenant’ with good tidings for Kenya
November 22, 2015 2:48 pm
, NAIROBI, Kenya, Nov 22 – It was an extra-ordinary Sunday Service at the Apostles of Jesus Shrine in Karen, as at first, the usual order of events had to be shortened to give time to an extra-ordinary session.
I could bet President Uhuru Kenyatta who was in attendance could not predict the dramatic events that saw him handed over a replica of the Ark of the Covenant that is said bring ‘good tidings’ to the country which has lately been undergoing challenging times.
Kenya’s ambassador to Israel Lt. Gen (rtd) Augustino Njoroge was the man who was at the forefront of ensuring the structure arrived and was in good state, and he could not hide his joy.
“It is an accomplishment, I am very happy. I got it in 2013 and it has taken this much time to be consecrated here – for me it is a relief that we have celebrated the presence of God in his country,” he said.
This particular structure said to be the largest among six others in existence, were made by Sister Grace Galindez-Gupana, a Philippine born Jerusalem prophetess who says was inspired by the Lord’s voice to make the replica’s for each continent.
Sister Grace said she had come with a message and a spiritual gift for the people and that, “today, the Jubilee land was receiving the Horn of the Ram.”
“Any accusations and any words of killing are now gone because we will restore your land,” she said, amid cheers and ululations from the congregation.
Njoroge said the consecration of the Ark signified a new beginning for Kenya which would now be shielded from ‘evil’ and there was now a reason to be hopeful.
He added that this coinciding with the anticipated visit by Pope Francis went a long way into showing how favoured the country was and hence called on Kenyans to form a united front to confront the challenges facing the country.
President Uhuru Kenyatta noted the significance of the structure, describing it as a “symbol of peace and reconciliation” for the country.
The Bible in Exodus 40: 36-38 describes the Ark as a kind of chest made of acacia wood and was stored in the Holy of Hollies in the tabernacle.
“The top of the chest were two carved cherubim facing each other and covered in gold with their wings spread out so that they touched. The cover of the Ark where the cherubim sat was called the ‘seat of mercy’ and made of pure gold. Between the Cherubim, God showed his glory,” read the Shrines’ bulletin.
During the handover to president Uhuru Kenyatta, Sister Grace said the story of the people of Israel who built the Ark after their Exodus from Egypt was the same story for Kenya, as the ark was a constant reminder of God’s presence.
The Ark will remain in the custody of the Apostles of Jesus Shrine and Kenyans are free to visit, have a look and even present their prayer petitions.
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Guinness World Records : Philippines gets world’s largest Ten CommandmentsThe world’s largest tablet of the ten commandments supposedly handed down by God to Moses on Mount Sinai was inaugurated by city officials on a hill overlooking the northern Philippines resort city of Baguio.A local religious group, donated the imposing 152.90 square meter (1,650 square foot) tablet to the city as they were presented a certificate from Guinness World Records. “This beautiful and divine edifice will serve to drive away the evils of spirits that time and again emerge,” said Baguio Congressman Bernardo Vergara at the inauguration.
“May it drive away evils of illegal drugs, gambling, prostitution.”The religious leader who sponsored the project, Grace Galindez-Gupana, topped her previous world record, attained in 2009 when she built a similar 65-square-metre tablet on a hill outside Manila.