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Book: Dome of the Rock is the "Abomination of Desolation" (prophecies)

Proof the true God of the Bible and prophecy (Yahweh/Jehovah/I am/Jesus) considers Islam as a pagan religion. He is disgusted with those monstrosity's on the Temple Mount. And proof we are in the end of days.

RECOMMENDED READING

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ISLAM in the End Times
by Ellis Skolfield
See at Amazon.com

Read this free ebook by Ellis Skolfield about this. It's called "The False Prophet"....

Dome of the Rock is the "Abomination of Desolation"

1290 & 1335 days of Daniel

What to do with Daniel 12:11-13's 1290 days and 1335 days?

Daniel 12:11"And from the time that the daily sacrifice shall be taken away, and the abomination that maketh desolate set up, there shall be a thousand two hundred and ninety days. 12Blessed is he that waiteth, and cometh to the thousand three hundred and five and thirty days. 13But go thou thy way till the end be: for thou shalt rest, and stand in thy lot at the end of the days."
See Daniel 12 (KJV) online: here

The prior two versus from Daniel 12 are interesting also:
Daniel 12:9-10
9 And he said, Go thy way, Daniel: for the words are closed up and sealed till the time of the end. 10 Many shall be purified, and made white, and tried; but the wicked shall do wickedly: and none of the wicked shall understand; but the wise shall understand.

The "abomination of desolation" already happened exactly on schedule (Daniel's 1290 day prophecy). When the pagan Islamic Dome of the Rock and the al-Aksa Mosque were built on the temple mount, it made the temple mount "desolated" or contaminated. This was built during the 685 to 705 AD period. During Daniel's day, we know that Nebuchadnezzar destroyed the First Temple in 586 BC. We also know from Jeremiah that sacrifices occurred on the temple mount for a year or so after it was destroyed.

Jeremiah 41:5: That there came certain from Shechem, from Shiloh, and from Samaria, even fourscore men, having their beards shaven, and their clothes rent, and having cut themselves, with offerings and incense in their hand, to bring them to the house of the LORD.

So what happened 1290 old testament years in a period of a year or so surrounding 586 BC? The Muslim Dome of the Rock was built on the Temple Mount!

This abomination was built during the 685 to 705 AD period. It took that long to build. During Daniel's day, we know that Nebuchadnezzar destroyed the First Temple in 586 BC. We also know from Jeremiah 41:5 that sacrifices occurred on the temple mount for a year or so after The first Jewish Temple it was destroyed.

The formula for this is converting Old Testament years (360 days a year) into what we are on (solar years-or 365.24 days) is this:

OT prophetic years of 1290 times .9857 = 1271 solar years.

Take 705 AD as the year for the Dome of the Rock and add 586 and you get 1291. That's Exactly as Daniel said when you add the short time Jews visited the mount to make sacrifices after it was destroyed.

1335 - the "double check" number:

It gets even better than this. The Prophet Daniel gave us another number that when added with the same formula, takes us exactly to 1948 --when the Jews were restored to the land. Remember 1948 was their Independence Day when they officially became a nation again after 2500 years.

1335 times .9857 = 1316. 1948 (when Israel became a nation) minus 1316, brings us back to another date the God of prophecy wants us to be mindful of. That equals 632 AD, the date that Muhammad of Islam died.



HaYehudim W'Melech HaNazarei Yeshua

(Jesus the Nazarene and King of the Jews)

Another little "piece" of the puzzle from Bible Codes:
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Red Diagonal: "Mohammed"
Words crossing diagonal above: "Blaspheming"

Red crossing Diagonal below Blaspheming (left to right): "Demon"

Blue diagonal right corner: "Satan"

Green across: "The Unknown God" (as in Muslims pray to a God not there)

The "O" in "Mohammed" is the "O" in "God" in "The Unknown God". This is saying that Allah of Islam is not the God of the Bible, who is the true God, but rather Muslims are worshipping a nonexistent deity.

AND below: "MOHAMMED" crosses "PROFANE MY HOLY NAME"
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Read: "Muhammad, Terrorist or Prophet?" here:
http://BibleProbe.com/muhammad.htm

Colin

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11.10.2007

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Book: Dome of the Rock is the "Abomination of Desolation"

Dear of dear, you take the bible to seriously my friend. There is an awful lot of the bible that was constructed by mankind and constructed in ways that would benefit certain groups of people - religions.
The bible was not written by god but by men and there are so many variations on just about every story in the bible, that not one can be counted on to be correct. After all the bible is but a collection of copies and interpritations gathered together over 2000 years.
The true message is one of love and compassion for ALL men, but as for the rest of the stories - forget them. How many tell of Gods wrath, or hell or how god killed someone or a group of people.
No father (GOD) would do such things to his children. God only gives out love to his children. It is his children who have endowed him with human qualitys, such as envy, hate and the ability to murder.
True there is only one God, very religion tells people that, but have the people realised yet, that they all tell of only one God; although he is called by many names, there is still only one God for ALL of his children, regardless of their colour or religion. That his children love and care for there brothers and sisters is the whole point of any of Gods words.
And you you still believe the bible stories as being true, try typing "bible inconsistencies" into Google and see how many hits you get.
Remember the three words of LIVE, LOVE and LEARN and you will not go far wrong. They were the basis of the teachings given from GOD last year.
Colin

Colin

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11.11.2007

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Colin - oh dea oh dear

I'm afraid that you have been hypnotised by the bibel, like so many short sighted people. Try to remember that God is a God of Love only, he will not "take care" of anyone. You are once again missing the point of one God and everyone being his children. No father/God would harm his own children, he would let them solve their problems by themselves, or there would be no learning. How do children grow except for learning?
If you give God any other function that is not that of a Loving God/father, then you are asigning him human attributes, created by mans thinking.
Obviously you have a lot of learning to do my friend, if you are still quoting the bible as being a true account of anything that happened 2000 years ago. Obviously you have not yet read the Teachings from spirit that were given last year. yes from spirit my friend - is not God SPIRIT?
You have to move beyond the one God for me and one God for them confines of the human mind or you will not progress.
Mankind has to become one family, all caring for each other, united under the One father of us all.
Colin

bibleprobe(R)

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@ Colin

Colin - reply to your insidious shambles of a post

Colin:

I'd say that just Daniel's exact prophecy of the Abomination of Desolation (being the Dome of the Rock) and the exact year when Israel would become a nation (1948) again as a double check of that prophecy calls your argument that the Bible was written by men and not by God a very weak one. Unless I read you wrong, your real argument is that you think plain men wrote it --similar to the way someone would write a novel... God uses the word "abomination" in the Bible twice. Proof that God is a jealous God. He hates pagan false gods like Allah, and He hates homosexuality --something satan is also influencing people in to. My guess that murdering babies is also high up on His list also.

You couldn't be more wrong! But you were right about only 1 thing. When you wrote: "The true message is one of love and compassion for ALL men".

God inspired about 40 different "men" to write it, over a period of about 1,500 years. He overshadowed them and directed their thoughts. Unlike the Muslim Qur'an, the 66 books of the Bible are made up of multiple threads of unified themes that span cover to cover. It has for its main theme, the true God (Yahweh/Jehovah/I am/Jesus) reaching out to lost souls by coming to earth Himself as the promised Jewish Messiah.

Many people used to think perhaps the bible stories were just stories. I don't think that many if any at all, real thinking, educated people, think that at all now. After all, archeology is encovering evidence for just about all the Israeli kings who "people" thought were myths. Chariot wheels from the era of the Exodus were even found in the Red Sea. Revelation has symbols and allegories. But we all know that. And contrary to what you think, Revelation is also a true story of the future and past.

Unlike the Islamic god (with a little "g") who insists his followers kill or enslave anyone who is not a Muslim, the true Creator God of Israel who has foretold the future, is a God of love. If you reject Him as Muslims do, He will reject them. Muslims rejected His Son and His Son's Gospel; and they even go so far as telling lies about Him. They say He never even died on a cross. So, you see --we are not talking about the same God who does have a Son who loves Him dearly. Daniel's prophecy proves that the true God views Islam as a blasphemous pagan religion which He will have nothing to do with. Have the words "abomination of desolation" sunk in? Can you see how insidious that is? Can you see where bypassing the cross and the salvation that was made possible by the cross leads to? It's my contention, and that of many others, that Muhammad was led by satan to lead people away from the cross on a one way ticket to Hell. I am not preaching hatred here. I am telling the truth! Do with truth what you like... The true God awaits the return of good Muslims to Him. He has provided the way (His Son Jesus).

Many of the bible "stories" that you may be confusing with hate are actually historic retellings only. There was one in particular you may be confusing with hate. God did tell the early Hebrews to wipe every living thing out of the land of Canaan when they arrived. But as it turned out the Jews/Hebrews disobeyed Him in that - something that may have come back and bit them continuously throughout their history. God told the Hebrews to do that because He knew that the inhabitants of Canaan, like the inhabitants of Sodom and Gomorrah and those in Noah's day were contaminated with pagan gods. These pagan gods are fallen angels who masquerade as God --such as Allah does. That's love for his Chosen people. That's not hatred.

Colin - you wrote "What do you know about how god killed someone or a group of people." Are we talking about the plains cities of Sodom and Gomorrah? Or, about how God killed armies who attacked the "apple of His Eye - the Jews". I assure you God will take care of Israel's enemies again in the future. If it is about God wiping out the hedonistic pagan cities of Sodom and Gomorrah? If I were a liberal Democrat, I'd worry about that. All Americans have to worry about this. Considering how the Democrats have pushed their liberalism to the limits. Has anyone explained the over 1.5 million ancient well fed bodies found buried where Sodom & Gomorrah was?

Sodom & Gomorrah was not a story about inhospitable people against God's angels as the homosexual "agenda" is trying to "sell". It is a true story about God destroying cities in the Dead Sea area of Israel because people there had sunk to the same levels of ungodly, indecent, defiling, selfish, lustful, perverted sexual behavior as did the people in Noah's time. The homosexual agenda and perverted lifestyle is a parallel to that same godlessness.

If Sodom & Gomorrah is a myth, atheist scientists and archeologists need to explain the more than 1,500,000 bodies found buried in vertical shafts, inside 3 ancient cemeteries there. Also, where did the millions of round balls of nearly pure sulfur (brimstone) found there come from? The area is now a hot, barren desert. If it were not well watered before the destruction as the Bible says - how could the area have supported well over a million well fed people?

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As to your "bible inconsistencies" in Google comment. Consider the "Dark side". How many of these Google posts are by people with their own agendas. Give me an example and we'll refute it in here. Many of what people call inconsistency is simply the fact that they don't yet have all the facts... Or, that they are not theologically educated. I may be wrong.

Whenever I see a post such as yours I immediately suspect you aren't who you want people to think you are. You may not even be a Christian; and your name may not even be Colin.

You wrote: "there are so man variations on just about every story in the bible". Of course you aren't talking about the Old Testament, as there is no variation there on any of the true bible stories. So you must be talking about the New Testament. Let me ask you. If 4 different people would tell a true story today, would this telling be exact in all the details? If they were, wouldn't you suspect fraud, collusion and perhaps plagiarism? The 4 Gospel writers told what they knew or witnessed. All the essential elements agree. The same message of God coming to earth because of His love for us --comes through in all 4 separate testimonies. You can even wrangle over whether Judas hanged himself of gashed himself on the rocks. But you really don't know if he did both. Do you? You can go on and on comparing lineages in the gospels. But even these have yet to be proven wrong, as written.

Related topics:

Archaeologists find evidence of "Goliath" in earliest Philistine artifacts

The Exodus did Happen - Chariot wheels and bones found in the Red Sea

Joseph in Eqypt - 7 good & 7 bad years

Sinai Inscription-Miriam's Rebellion against Moses

Tower of Babel (ancient Bablylon)

Proof of Israel outside the Bible in 1200 BC

Jericho - The Walls DID Come Tumbling Down!

Can we trust the Bible? Can we trust the Bible? The answer is an overwhelming YES! Grant R. Jeffrey shares some archeological discoveries that provide tremendous proof that the Bible is a true and accurate record of past events in ancient Israel.

Read: "Muhammad, Terrorist of Prophet". And also read "The False Prophet" by Ellis Skolfield.

Read: Church History - the Homosexual age

bibleprobe(R)

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11.11.2007

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For Discussion - Something Naphtali brought up...

It all fits exactly as Ellis Skolfield says. But, what do we make of Matthew 24:14-16?

I note that It is believed that the apostle Thomas evangelized as far as China, and while in India, he suffered martyrdom; being killed with a lance. He was buried in Mylapore, India, which is now a suburb of Madras. Nestorian Christians arrived in China in the 600's AD. There is a stele (Hsi-an Monument) still in China erected in 781 AD "Stele [Recording] the Spread of the Religion of Light [Christianity] from Rome to China.

See more on early Christianity in China: here

I thought about "Napthali's" Matthew 24 question vis-a-vis the abomination of desolation all day today (Sunday). I even emailed Ellis Skolfield, the 80 yr old author about it.

Then I found his web site and he already answered it.

This copy and pasted from his site, here:
http://www.ellisskolfield.com/ask-author.shtml#mountains

QUESTION: Can you explain why in Matthew 24:15-22 Jesus said to leave Judea in haste and flee to the mountains without even taking your belongings. What would the reason for such haste be? Was there something that happened when the Dome of the Rock was built? I always thought this was about the destruction of Jerusalem in 70AD. Please help,I'm perplexed.

ANSWER: Good question and it has a simple answer. Lets look at the passage first:

Mat 24:15-21 "When ye therefore shall see the abomination of desolation, spoken of by Daniel the prophet, stand in the holy place, (whoso readeth, let him understand:) Then let them which be in Judaea flee into the mountains: Let him which is on the housetop not come down to take any thing out of his house: Neither let him which is in the field return back to take his clothes. And woe unto them that are with child, and to them that give suck in those days! But pray ye that your flight be not in the winter, neither on the sabbath day: For then shall be great tribulation, such as was not since the beginning of the world to this time, no, nor ever shall be."

The Olivet discourse is Jesus' one chapter picture of the whole Christian Era so we need to stand back and look at that passage in the broadest historic way. Matthew 24:15-22 isn't just about events surrounding the construction of the Dome of the Rock itself, but about the inhuman Islamic persecution of Christians and Jews that began at that time and continues until this day. Following the construction of that Dome, Islamic jihadists traveled throughout the Middle East and North Africa, pillaging, murdering and destroying Christian churches as they went. Islamic jihdists almost completely obliterated the Coptic church. Christians in all the Islamic lands have always been severely persecuted and even killed. Doesn't that fulfill those verses?

Ellis Skolfield

charliebuttons(R)

11.12.2007

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temple mount

This is the temple mount holy site to the jewish nation
The plans to build the third holy temple are in the works.
Who will, a kohan or a levi
I say a levi will come forward and build the holy templle that the kohan will offer the prayers and sacrifice.
The Temple mount wil be cleansed with fire from above.

bibleprobe(R)

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11.22.2007

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Revelation 11:2, a parallel prophecy also fulfilled

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1967 Jews finally regain Jerusalem

But the court which is without the temple leave out, and measure it not; for it is given unto the Gentiles: and the holy city shall they tread under foot forty and two months. Revelation 11:2

Old Testament calculations:
42 x 30.44 = 1278.48 years

A solar year (which we are on) is 365.24 days. Divide 365.24 by 12 months in the year = 30.44 days

In 688 AD the Dome of the Rock was largely built and the Muslims were in control of Jerusalem. In 1967 the Israeli's finally regained control of Jerusalem after 2500 years. So the Gentiles (Muslims) controlled Jerusalem and the Holy Mount for 1278.48 years as this prophecy predicted.

1967 - 1278.48 = 688.52

A side note: The Muslims probably thought they were building their monstrosity to their false prophet Muhammad and their false pagan god on the spot where the Holy of Holies was. When actually they built it about 300 feet south of the House of The Lord. God had already measured out a place for it (to keep it away from Him), which is called the Court of the Gentiles.

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The rock under this cupola known as the Dome of Tablets is probably where the real holy of holies/God's footstool on earth is

Because of our sins we were exiled from our country and banished from our land. We cannot go up as pilgrims to worship Thee, to perform our duties in Thy chosen house, the great and Holy Temple which was called by Thy name, on account of the hand that was let loose on Thy sanctuary. May it be Thy will, Lord our God and God of our fathers, merciful King, in Thy abundant love again to have mercy on us and on Thy sanctuary; rebuild it speedily and magnify its glory. (The Jewish Prayer Book)

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11.22.2007

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Archaeologist uncovers Scriptures' famed wall

Archaeologist uncovers Scriptures' famed wall
Emergency dig finds tower built by Bible's Nehemiah

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Posted: November 11, 2007
1:00 a.m. Eastern


Present-day wall of Jerusalem
Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad may want to see Israel wiped off the map and its Jews sent to Europe or Alaska, but an archaeological discovery announced this week marks an event recorded in the Bible when his country Persia, at the time literally helped put the Jewish people back on the map in their capital city of Jerusalem.

Dr. Eilat Mazar, one of Israel's top archaeologists, ended her presentation Wednesday to the 13th Annual Conference of the Ingeborg Rennert Center for Jerusalem Studies on "New Studies on Jerusalem," with a surprise announcement. She had discovered remnants of the fifth century B.C. wall built by Nehemiah, the account recorded in the Old Testament book of the same name.

According to the biblical account, Nehemiah served as cupbearer for the Persian King Artaxerxes in the city of Susa. The Persians had conquered the Babylonian empire that had destroyed Jerusalem in 586 B.C. and taken most of the inhabitants of Judah into captivity in what is now modern Iraq.

The account reads:

In the month of Nisan, in the twentieth year of King Artaxerxes, when wine was before him, I took up the wine and gave it to the king. Now I had not been sad in his presence.

And the king said to me, "Why is your face sad, seeing you are not sick? This is nothing but sadness of the heart."

Then I was very much afraid. I said to the king, "Let the king live forever! Why should not my face be sad, when the city, the place of my fathers' graves, lies in ruins, and its gates have been destroyed by fire?"

Then the king said to me, "What are you requesting?"

So I prayed to the God of heaven. And I said to the king, "If it pleases the king, and if your servant has found favor in your sight, that you send me to Judah, to the city of my fathers' graves, that I may rebuild it."

Nehemiah's rebuilding of the city began with its walls, a project that was resisted by hostile neighbors who had occupied the area around Jerusalem in the Jews' absence.

But when Sanballat and Tobiah and the Arabs and the Ammonites and the Ashdodites heard that the repairing of the walls of Jerusalem was going forward and that the breaches were beginning to be closed, they were very angry. And they all plotted together to come and fight against Jerusalem and to cause confusion in it. And we prayed to our God and set a guard as a protection against them day and night.

With tools in one hand and weapons in the other, Nehemiah's workmen toiled dawn to dusk, completing the wall in a record 52 days.

Archaeological evidence for Nehemiah's project has been lacking. Jerusalem has been rebuilt, destroyed and rebuilt in the almost 2,500 years since.

Mazar, who is perhaps best known for her recent excavation that many believe has revealed the palace of King David, was working on an emergency project to shore up remains of a tower long believed to date from the Hasmonean period, 142-37 B.C., that was in danger of collapsing.

Read this entire story at WND: here

bibleprobe(R)

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11.22.2007

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Millions of Christians & Jews killed in the last 100 yrs

A sobering look at the end times and end times prophecies tells us that the end times will be responsible for the deaths of countless Christians & Jews by evil. Pagan evil. As Napthali says; "The God of Fortresses". We both equate this as the god (fallen angel) behind Islam.

Look back just to the last 100 years. Even so far, never mind what may be around the corner, there has been nothing seen like it since the beginning of the world!

The little horn of Daniel is looking to be like Ellis said; "Hitler", There were 6 million Jews killed by the Nazis. Conservantly there were at least 2 million sweet Jewish souls who served the Most High God among them. This figure doesn't include the well over a million Christians (including good western & Russian Christian freedom fighters) killed by the Nazis. In 1917, over 1 million Armenian Christians were killed by Muslim Turks. Throughout the last century, village after village of Christians & Jews from China to Cambodia to Indonesia to Africa and India have been wiped out by Muslims and Hindus and Communists. Can you see all these sweet souls that have been massacred crying out to the Lord for Justice? When oh Lord? When?


This is from Ellis Skolfield's online ebook about this, entitled "The False Prophet":

They were stoned,
they were sawn asunder,
were slain with the sword:
they wandered about in sheepskins and goatskins;
being destitute, afflicted, tormented;
of whom the world was not worthy:
they wandered in deserts, and in mountains,
and in dens and caves of the earth.

HEB 11:37-38

IT began with Stephen, saints dying for Jesus: stretched on the rack, boiled in oil, cast in among serpents, thrown to lions. Four to twenty million killed by the Roman Empire, and thirty million since: skinned alive, burned at the stake, babies dashed against walls, pregnant women ripped open. Millions murdered by Nazis, a million Sudanese butchered by Moslems & many by crucifixion. In Cambodia, a million more, and Christians in Nigeria, too. Those brethren, gone to the Lord before us, stand beneath the altar and never cease to cry: "How long, O Lord, holy and true, dost thou not judge and avenge our blood on them that dwell on the earth?"
(Rev 6:10)

Read this ebook: here

The western press ignores these daily massacres. Just look at a recent Hindu attack on innocent Christians:

Christian Family Attacked in India for Not Celebrating Hindu Festival

By James Varghese
Special to ASSIST News Service
CHHATTISGARH, INDIA (ANS) -- A Christian family was attacked by Hindu radicals during its family devotional time.

The incident occurred in Chhattisgarh, India, on Nov. 10 at about 9 p.m.

According to a report on www.persecution.in, the victims were Pritam Arse, 53, his wife Priyadarshini, 45, his son Ravi Arse, 24, another son Prakash 22, who is blind, and daughter Mamta, 18.

The report said that while the family was praying, they heard the sound of loud firecrackers in their yard. When they went to investigate, they were confronted by more than 20 young men, some of whom were obviously drunk.

The young men cursed the family, the web site reported, for praying instead of celebrating a Hindu festival. Then the young men reportedly slapped Ravi on his face and pushed him down on the ground outside the house. They also, the report continued, threatened to murder the family and kidnap Mamta.

The incident continued until about 11 p.m.

The next morning, one of the family's neighbors who was also one of the attackers, said the group had been instructed by a radical Hindu group to attack the family. The young neighbor even told the family that the alleged instigators of the attack had provided alcohol for the group.

According to www.persecution.in, when the family attempted to file a police report about the incident, police refused to accept the complaint.

The web site also noted that the family's pastor was attacked earlier this year on July 1.

bibleprobe(R)

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11.25.2007

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26 END TIME signs

END TIME SIGNS

1. False Bible teachers would be money hungry. They would be smooth talkers, have many followers, and slur the Christian faith (2 Peter 2:1-3)

2. Homosexuality would be increasingly evident at the end of the age (2 Timothy 3:3)

3. Earthquakes would be in diverse places (Matthew 24:7)

4. Stress would be part of living (2 Timothy 3:1)

5. Many wars would erupt (Matthew 24:6)

6. People would forsake the Ten Commandments as a moral code, committing adultery, stealing, lying, and killing (Matthew 24:12)

7. There would be a cold religious system, in denying God's power (2 Timothy 3:5)

8. Men would substitute fantasy in place of Christian truth (2 Timothy 4:4). This is so evident at Christmas when the birth of the Savior is lost behind the myth of Santa Claus.

9. Deadly diseases would be prevalent (Matthew 24:7). The worldwide increase in AIDS deaths is almost inestimable. Over 160,000 Americans die of cancer each year.

10. The fact that God once flooded the earth (the Noahic flood) would be denied (2 Peter 3:5). There is a mass of fossil evidence to prove this fact, yet it is flatly ignored by the scientific world because of its uncanny implication.

11. The institution of marriage would be forsaken by many (1 Timothy 4:3)

12. There would be an increase in famines (Matthew 24:7)

13. Increase in vegetarianism would increase (1 Timothy 4:3-4)

14. There would be a cry for peace (1 Thessalonians 5:3)

15. The possession of Jerusalem would be at the center of international turmoil (Zechariah 12:3)

16. Knowledge (in Hebrew, "science") would increase (Daniel 1:4)

17. There would be hypocrites within the Church (Matthew 13:25-30)

18. There would be an increase of religious cults (Matthew 24:11)

19. The future would seem fearful to many (Luke 21:26)

20. Humanity would become materialistic (2 Timothy 3:5)

21. There would be many involved in travel (Daniel 12:4)

22. The Christian Gospel would be preached as a warning to all nations (Matthew 24:14)

23. Jesus said Christians would be hated "for His name's sake" (Matthew 24:9)

24: There would be "signs in the sun" (Luke 21:25). This is possibly a reference to an increase in sun spots which, according to the dictionary, are "dark", irregular spots appearing periodically on the sun's surface."

25: Youth would become rebellious (2 Timothy 3:2)

26: Men would mock the warning signs of the end of the age saying, "These signs have always been around" (2 Peter 3:4). The Bible even reveals their motivation, they love lust (verse 3). They fail to understand that a day to the Lord is as a thousand years to us. God is not subject to the time that He created. He can flick through time as we flick through the pages of a history book. The reason He seems to be silent, is because He is patiently waiting, not willing that any perish, but that all come to repentance.

Reference: "Nostradamus: Attack on America" by Ray Comfort
Ray tends to believe that the Holy Bible was the source for Nostradamus' prophecies. Nostradamus was probably reading Scripture at a time the Catholic Church forbade anyone other than clergy to read it.

Atom

11.27.2007

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Millions of Christians & Jews killed in the last 100 yrs

To understand why it is happen, highly recommend to watch this video. http://www.kabbalah.info/engkab/kabbalah-video-clips/the-house-in-the-orchard

All changes are only in the percievers. B.Ashlag

http://www.kabbalah.info/

abrook8(R)

01.02.2008

@ Colin

Book: Dome of the Rock is the "Abomination of Desolation"

I would say that its a nice idea but not exactly correct. Why? because Dnaiels 69 sevens were fulfilled by a year to the day theory, and at the69th week, Jesus was "cut off" just as the prophecy stated.

Also, Jesus said that the people would flee to the mountains as fast as possible-do not even go back into the house to get their belongings.

That's hardly a reaction to a building. that's a reaction to an invasion LUKE 21, Matt 24. Mark 13.

Nice idea though.

abrook8(R)

01.02.2008

@ charliebuttons

temple mount

You may be correct, or the temple may be built with a "court of the gentiles"
adjacent to it. Either way, I dont subscribe to the theory that the Dome is the abomination...Israel has not fleed to the mountains. I believe that that peace treaty itself will allow the temple to be build and that the an invasion will teake place 3 and 1/2 years later-and that will be the abomination

charliebuttons(R)

01.03.2008

@ abrook8

temple mount

There is a Kohain-Levi group that is studying Temple protocol.

abrook8(R)

01.03.2008

@ charliebuttons

temple mount daniel 9:27

The people of the ruler who will come will destroy the city and the sanctuary. The end will come like a flood: War will continue until the end, and desolations have been decreed. 27 He will confirm a covenant with many for one 'seven.' [i] In the middle of the 'seven' [j] he will put an end to sacrifice and offering. And on a wing of the temple he will set up an abomination that causes desolation, until the end that is decreed is poured out on him.

Hi abrook8,
Subject: abrook8: 70 weeks of the Daniel Prophecy is different.

What does Daniels 69 week prophecy have to do with the abomination of desolation prophecy?

Well, according my theory Jesus was crucified at the 69th week, and thus we are waiting for the one last week.
Perhaps you need to read the above text, which says "on a wing of the temple he will set up the abomination" (Psssst-it's the same "he" as in the verse before, where that "he" stops the sacrifice.) As for me, I happen to believe that Jesus wont set up the abomination, which what you are saying. How bout you? Thatswhat happens when one leaves out context to form one's pet theory.


The 70th weeks of Daniel Delusion - A prophecy that Jesus already fulfilled.

We at Bible Probe believe that the 70 weeks of the Daniel Prophecy have nothing to do with tribulation and the antichrist. There is no text in the Bible that teaches a 7-year tribulation.


I agree with you! All the Bible states in every single prophet book is that there will be a day of the Lord which will take place during a time of false peace. So my theory is that the final 7 years will start with 3 and 1/2 years of peace and end with 3 and 1/2 years of the antichrist reigning in Israel-and causing the abomination. Daniel 9:27 speaks of nothing to do with an antichrist, a rebuilt Jewish Temple, or even tribulation. Nothing! That's because it is all about Jesus Christ, the Messiah AND the Jewish people. And it does not speak of an Antichrist making or breaking a covenant. It speaks of Jesus Christ confirming the covenant or "the promises made to the fathers (see Romans 15:8 and Galatians 3:17). Jesus said, this is My blood of the new covenant. During His 3.5 years of ministry Jesus was Himself focused on saving "the lost sheep of the house of Israel" (Matthew 10:6).


So these words by Daniel..found in......er.....ahem.......9:27
" and on the wing of the temple he will set up the abomination"..kinda sorta matches what Jesus said above about the end of time.
Jesus: when you see the "abomination that causes desolation" spoken of by Daniel.
Daniel, "the abomination that causes desolation on a wing of the temple."

SAME WORDS SAME EVENT NO?

In that light, your above statement is a little silly dont ya think? That's daniel 9:27 just in case you didn't get it all the way
You see, Jesus said, when you see the abomination STANDING IN THE HOLY PLACE spoken of BY THE PROHET DANIEL, then flee to the mountains. What will a Muslim antichrist do? (PSSST that's why Israel will have to flee so fast) his armies will rape and pillage, which...er...ahem....what every single day of the lord text says will happen to Israel on the day of the Lord: An invasion from the north, which breaks a false peace.......by MUSLIM nations.







for what we (Gentiles) often think strange --that is that the Lord was adamant in His saying basically ---His work was with/for the Jews who were treating him badly, and not for Non-Jews.

Daniel 9:27 says; "He shall confirm the covenant with many for one week: and in the midst of the week he shall cause the sacrifice and the oblation to cease". LOVE THE WAY YOU LEFT OUT THE NEXT SENTENCE! SMMMOOOTH!

We believe that many (especially Evangelicals) have wrongfully applied this somehow to the coming Antichrist, when in reality, Daniel is speaking of Our Lord Jesus Christ. This misinterpretation goes back to erroneous teachings of the Christian Church about the end times --back at least 300 years.

abrook8(R)

01.03.2008

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Archaeologist uncovers Scriptures' famed wall

The people of the ruler who will come will destroy the city and the sanctuary. The end will come like a flood: War will continue until the end, and desolations have been decreed. 27 He will confirm a covenant with many for one 'seven.' [i] In the middle of the 'seven' [j] he will put an end to sacrifice and offering. And on a wing of the temple he will set up an abomination that causes desolation, until the end that is decreed is poured out on him.

Hi abrook8,
Subject: abrook8: 70 weeks of the Daniel Prophecy is different.

What does Daniels 69 week prophecy have to do with the abomination of desolation prophecy?

Well, according my theory Jesus was crucified at the 69th week, and thus we are waiting for the one last week.
Perhaps you need to read the above text, which says "on a wing of the temple he will set up the abomination" (Psssst-it's the same "he" as in the verse before, where that "he" stops the sacrifice.) As for me, I happen to believe that Jesus wont set up the abomination, which what you are saying. How bout you? Thatswhat happens when one leaves out context to form one's pet theory.


The 70th weeks of Daniel Delusion - A prophecy that Jesus already fulfilled.

We at Bible Probe believe that the 70 weeks of the Daniel Prophecy have nothing to do with tribulation and the antichrist. There is no text in the Bible that teaches a 7-year tribulation.


I agree with you! All the Bible states in every single prophet book is that there will be a day of the Lord which will take place during a time of false peace. So my theory is that the final 7 years will start with 3 and 1/2 years of peace and end with 3 and 1/2 years of the antichrist reigning in Israel-and causing the abomination. Daniel 9:27 speaks of nothing to do with an antichrist, a rebuilt Jewish Temple, or even tribulation. Nothing! That's because it is all about Jesus Christ, the Messiah AND the Jewish people. And it does not speak of an Antichrist making or breaking a covenant. It speaks of Jesus Christ confirming the covenant or "the promises made to the fathers (see Romans 15:8 and Galatians 3:17). Jesus said, this is My blood of the new covenant. During His 3.5 years of ministry Jesus was Himself focused on saving "the lost sheep of the house of Israel" (Matthew 10:6).


So these words by Daniel..found in......er.....ahem.......9:27
" and on the wing of the temple he will set up the abomination"..kinda sorta matches what Jesus said above about the end of time.
Jesus: when you see the "abomination that causes desolation" spoken of by Daniel.
Daniel, "the abomination that causes desolation on a wing of the temple."

SAME WORDS SAME EVENT NO?

In that light, your above statement is a little silly dont ya think? That's daniel 9:27 just in case you didn't get it all the way
You see, Jesus said, when you see the abomination STANDING IN THE HOLY PLACE spoken of BY THE PROHET DANIEL, then flee to the mountains. What will a Muslim antichrist do? (PSSST that's why Israel will have to flee so fast) his armies will rape and pillage, which...er...ahem....what every single day of the lord text says will happen to Israel on the day of the Lord: An invasion from the north, which breaks a false peace.......by MUSLIM nations.







for what we (Gentiles) often think strange --that is that the Lord was adamant in His saying basically ---His work was with/for the Jews who were treating him badly, and not for Non-Jews.

Daniel 9:27 says; "He shall confirm the covenant with many for one week: and in the midst of the week he shall cause the sacrifice and the oblation to cease". LOVE THE WAY YOU LEFT OUT THE NEXT SENTENCE! SMMMOOOTH!

We believe that many (especially Evangelicals) have wrongfully applied this somehow to the coming Antichrist, when in reality, Daniel is speaking of Our Lord Jesus Christ. This misinterpretation goes back to erroneous teachings of the Christian Church about the end times --back at least 300 years.

Win(R)

01.11.2008

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26 END TIME signs - add this to the list.

9. Deadly diseases would be prevalent (Matthew 24:7). The worldwide increase in AIDS deaths is almost inestimable. Over 160,000 Americans die of cancer each year.

Add to this list:
Morgellans
MRSA
Bird Flu
Multi Drug resistant TB
Norovirus

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01.15.2008

@ abrook8

abrook8: 70 weeks of the Daniel Prophecy is different.

What does Daniels 70 week prophecy have to do with the "abomination of desolation" prophecy?

The 70th weeks of Daniel Delusion - A prophecy that Jesus already fulfilled.

We at Bible Probe believe that the 70 weeks of the Daniel Prophecy have nothing to do with tribulation and the antichrist. There is no text in the Bible that teaches a 7-year tribulation. Daniel 9:27 speaks of nothing to do with an antichrist, a rebuilt Jewish Temple, or even tribulation. Nothing! That's because it is all about Jesus Christ, the Messiah AND the Jewish people. And it does not speak of an Antichrist making or breaking a covenant. It speaks of Jesus Christ confirming the covenant or "the promises made to the fathers (see Romans 15:8 and Galatians 3:17). Jesus said, this is My blood of the new covenant. During His 3.5 years of ministry Jesus was Himself focused on saving "the lost sheep of the house of Israel" (Matthew 10:6).

This accounts for what we (Gentiles) often think strange --that is that the Lord was adamant in His saying basically ---His work was with/for the Jews who were treating him badly, and not for Non-Jews.

Daniel 9:27 says; "He shall confirm the covenant with many for one week: and in the midst of the week he shall cause the sacrifice and the oblation to cease".

We believe that many (especially Evangelicals) have wrongfully applied this somehow to the coming Antichrist, when in reality, Daniel is speaking of Our Lord Jesus Christ. This misinterpretation goes back to erroneous teachings of the Christian Church about the end times --back at least 300 years.

Read about Daniels 70 week prophecy: here

Regarding the abomination of desolation you don't think is the pagan Muslim Dome ofthe Rock:

Explain how the 2nd number can fall exactly on the year the devil Muhammad died (632 AD). Figure the odds of someone writing in about 550 BC to come up with both the years 1948 AD and 632 AD via this prophecy...

Daniel gave 2 numbers in that prophecy. The 2nd number 1335 - is the "double check," or CHECKSUM number: Subtract this figure from 1948 when Israel was reborn after 2500 years and then multiply it by .9857 and you get another significant year for the Jews, Christians and all of western civilization. This figure plops exactly onto the year the false prophet, Muhammad of Islam died, and was lowered into a grave in Medina.

A little after midday of 8 June, 632 AD, the 62 year old Muhammad died in the house of his wife A'isha. Muslim historians back to the early 800's A.D. tell us that Muhammad consummated his marriage with A'isha when she was only 9 - when he was in his 50's. See the Muslim references for this: here

lawaine

01.31.2008

@ bibleprobe

abrook8: 70 weeks of the Daniel Prophecy is different.

I've always been a Rapture/7 Year Tribulation believer. I do find a lot of the Ellis Skoffield argument complelling. Similar lines were explored by Isaac Newton. I am curious as to the thought process however of some of the math. I concur that the Jews use a 30 day month. Skoffield equates that to a 360 day year which isn't exactly correct. The Jewish Calendar uses a complex series of leap months in which certain years have 13 months. This is necessary to keep the seasons in place. The months would have walked around the calendar over time and the seasons and festivals would be out of sync.

I see no where in Skoffield's work where he corrects for these leap months in the Jewish Calendar.

Thoughts?
Tom

ColinAnthonyTipton

07.23.2008

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Colin - reply to your insidious shambles of a post

My Name is Colin. It is my real name. I don't know who that other Colin is. My belief is simple. It is safest for me and serves me perfectly.
It is as follows:
Jesus Christ is the only name I know of for the "only begotten SON OF GOD".
Jesus said, "Heaven and Earth will pass away but not one jot {or tit-til? title?) of God's Word will ever pass away."
Therefore I also believe that every single word of the Bible is of God and is true. It is to be taken "seriously" and cannot be considered anything less.
I am not an idiot. Just convinced.
Evolution is a belief that I cannot believe unless I am to deny part of God's word. I will not do that. In God's word there is evidences to support any question concerning dinasaurs, giants, and anything that scientific minds can throw at you.
The Bible Code,(Rips Code) plainly shows the modern mind that the Bible is more than any man can possibly understand outside of the Holy Spirit.
GOD is GOD and, Jesus is the word of God. Jesus is Lord. Alpha and Omega. The only hope for mankind. He is not another God. God would not tolerate that. He is the Son of God having the same attributes and authority as the one true God of Abraham Issac and Jacob. In fact plain and simple as Jesus put it, "The Father and I are ONE."
That is pretty much it.
PS there is no place for SIN. Jesus died to do away with that. I like the part in Revelation that speaks of the Nicolaitans which He hates. Those who say they are Jews but are of the Synagogue of Satan. Those people who say that God didn't really mean that Homosexuality is sin, Abortion, things like that and try to make themselves Holy by taking over some well known denomination. I can't stand them however; it remains for God to judge them. Not us. We can do nothing but separate ourselves from them. If it means Church split then so be it. Dust off your sandles and have nothing else to do with the unrepentant. Give every opportunity for a person to recognise the error of sin and turn from it. If so then recieve them with love. If and only if they turn away from the sin. Elsewise, what you tolerate you cannot hope to change. God does not and will not tolerate sin.

Parture

03.11.2009

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1260/1290/1335 Days Not Years

Comparing the Third Division of "Revelation" with Other Bible Prophecies

We have just pointed out the relationship of the Church conditionsas revealed in the first three chapters of Revelationwith the other teachings on the Church.

We must now consider the next division of the book. The third division of Revelation begins at chapter 4 and continues on to the end. Since it commences after the Church period, it is prophetic in nature. Many passages in this division cannot be explained by themselves. As Peter once wrote: "Knowing this first, that no prophecy of scripture is of private interpretation. For no prophecy ever came by the will of man: but men spake from God, being moved by the Holy Spirit" (2 Peter 1.20,21). This simply means no prophecy can be interpreted by its own passage of Scripture. Any attempt to do that is subject to error, for no prophecy is written according to mans will. Had any prophecy been written by the will of man, it would then have been possible for it to be interpreted alone. But this is not the case with prophecies in the Scriptures. Prophecies are given as men are moved by the Holy Spirit. Though the writers are many, the thought is one, because the Holy Spirit is the original author of all these passages on prophecy. Therefore, all prophecies are joined in one. Thus it is essential for anyone wishing to understand prophecy not to interpret it within its own passage of Scripture but to compare it with other biblical passages.

This principle of interpreting Scripture with Scripture is of great importance. The failure of many commentators to accurately handle the word of God can be attributed to the violation of this very principle. "Knowing this first," observed Peter. Any breach of this principle will inevitably cause confusion. How very easy it would be if we could indeed interpret privately. The difficulty created in interpreting Scripture is because correct interpretation always requires that a particular passage agree with the testimony of the whole Bible. Let us consequently study the passages before us by comparing them with other portions of the Scripture so that what we arrive at will not be speculative imaginations but well-founded accurate interpretations.

The Human Image in Daniel

Let us first read Daniel chapter 2. Here we are confronted with a vision or dream of a human image, this particular one of whichin biblical typologyrepresents the four Gentile kingdoms. In the Kings dream it was subsequently smashed by a stone which became a great mountain that filled the whole earth. This stone is obviously symbolic of the Lord Jesus and His kingdom which will destroy all the kingdoms of the world and replace them on earth. The kingdoms of the earth are not being gradually leavened by the kingdom of God until they finally become Gods kingdom. Not at all. These kingdoms will have succeeded one another until they shall suddenly be destroyed by the kingdom of God. The smiting by the stone is of course an event that will occur in the future. We shall shortly come to perceive its relationship with the book of Revelation.

The Beast Images of Daniel

In Daniel chapter 7 it is recorded that the prophet saw another vision which also spoke of the four Gentile kingdoms. The difference between this and what we saw in chapter 2 is that here they are beasts, while there it was a man. The appearing of the kingdom of God was due to the appearing of the Son of man. We are also told even more clearly that the commencement of the kingdom of God is to come after the kingdoms of the earth are at that time destroyed. There will arrive "a little horn" that speaks blasphemously against God and persecutes the elect of God. But his time will only be three years and a half. After that period, the one represented by the little horn shall be destroyed and the Son of man will come to set up His kingdom. The kingdoms of men do not coexist with the kingdom of God. Only when the first are destroyed will the second be set up.

Daniels Seventy Sevens

Now let us look at Daniel chapter 9. After Daniel had confessed the sins of his people, God sent Gabriel to say this to him: "Seventy weeks are decreed upon thy people and upon thy holy city, to finish transgression, and to make an end of sins, and to make reconciliation for iniquity, and to bring in everlasting righteousness, and to seal up vision and prophecy, and to anoint the most holy" (v.24). Since Daniel prayed to God for His people and His holy city, God in His answer also mentioned "thy people and thy holy city." Let us understand that "thy people" points to the children of Israel, and "thy holy city" refers to Jerusalem. What God means is this: When the seventy sevens are passed, the transgression of Israel and the holy city will be finished, their sins will come to an end, their iniquity will receive reconciliation, and the everlasting righteousness will be brought to them. Have all these been fulfilled? No, the children of Israel continue today to be "Lo-ammi . . . not my people" (Hosea 1.9). Hence her restoration is yet in the future. These things still remain unfulfilled because the prophecy concerning the seventy sevens has not been fulfilled. But at the second coming of the Lord Jesus, all the prophecies shall be fulfilled.

"Know therefore and discern," continued Gabriel, "that from the going forth of the commandment to restore and to build Jerusalem unto the anointed one, the prince, shall be seven weeks, and threescore and two weeks: it shall be built again, with street and moat, even in troublous times. And after the threescore and two weeks shall the anointed one be cut off, and shall have nothing: and the people of the prince that shall come shall destroy the city and the sanctuary; and the end thereof shall be with a flood, and even unto the end shall be war; desolations are determined" (Dan. 9.25,26). "Troublous times" may also be translated as "brief times." This probably points to the seven sevens, which in terms of time is so much shorter than the sixty-two sevens. The rebuilding of Jerusalem happened within the seven sevens spoken of, which, as calculated by some commentators, come to forty-nine years. Although in the original it merely says "seven"with no designation of days or yearsmost commentators believe it refers to the "year" measurement of time, and hence forty-nine years. Sixty-two sevens after the city is rebuilt there shall come the Anointed One.

Here we will not investigate as to when the seventy-sevens actually commenced. One fact is enough for us, however, which is, that we know the Anointed One did come after the sixty-nine sevens (seven sevens plus sixty-two sevens). From the time of the decree concerning the rebuilding of Jerusalem to the moment of the coming of the Anointed One, there were to be four hundred eighty-three years. Now that the sixty-nine sevens have already passed and the Anointed One (Christ) has also come, what is left is the last seven. As soon as the last seven is fulfilled the children of Israel will receive the fullness of blessing of Daniel 9.24. However, within the seven years of the death of Christ, was there any day which could have been deemed as a time when transgression was finished for the children of Israel and upon Jerusalem? No, not even a single day. And have there not been over nineteen hundred more years since the time of Christ and still no end of transgression? Hence, it is quite evident that the seventieth seven did not follow immediately after the sixty-nine sevens.

Why is it that this one seven has not been fulfilled and that the children of Israel have not yet received the full blessing? Because "after the threescore and two weeks [the sixty-two sevens mentioned above] shall the anointed one be cut off, and shall have nothing." Christ has died, and consequently the children of Israel did not receive the blessing. It was because they would not receive Him with willing hearts but crucified Him instead, and therefore punishment came upon them. "The people of the prince that shall come shall destroy the city and the sanctuary" (v.26). When the Jews insisted on killing the Lord Jesus, they openly declared: "His blood be on us, and on our children" (Matt. 27.25). Naturally God is treating them according to their own word by temporarily rejecting them and showing grace towards the Gentiles. But after the number of the Gentiles has been fulfilled, He will give grace once again to the children of Israel. And at that time, this last seven shall be fulfilled. As soon as the last seven is over, God will deliver the children of Israel according to promise (Dan. 9.24).

"The people of the prince that shall come shall destroy the city and the sanctuary." All students of Revelation know that this refers to the Romans. After the death of Christ the Jews incurred Gods severe judgment: the Romans came and destroyed Jerusalem and its temple sanctuary in 70 A.D. Since the term "the people" refers to the Romans, many accordingly think that the term "the prince" obviously points to the Roman prince Titus who led the Romans. But there are many reasons to refute this conclusion. Why is it that the Scripture here does not say the prince shall destroy the city but rather says the people of the prince? Although the prince must work through his people, it is still unnatural to say the people and not directly say the prince. Since the Holy Spirit mentions both the prince and the people, while nevertheless putting a primary emphasis on the people, can it be that He is implying by this that these people represent the people of that prince who is yet to come? If so, then the prince in question here is not Titus, and the people who attacked Jerusalem in the former day were in spirit and in attitude morally the people of the future prince. This prince whom Daniel prophecies about will be a world renown figure in the future, who is the Antichrist. "The prince that shall come" is therefore the Antichrist.

"The end thereof shall be with a flood, and even unto the end shall be war; desolations are determined" (v.26). "The end" here is not the end of the city nor of the sanctuary. According to correct grammatical construction, "the end thereof" should be connected to the phrase "the prince that shall come." The fulfillment did not come at the time of Titus but is yet to come in the future. The people of the prince who shall come shall destroy this city and the sanctuary, but "the end thereof" (that is to say, the end of the prince)* shall come as a flood. We know that this superman is soon to come, and the world will have no peace. But thank God, we shall be gone before the Antichrist arrives.

* The Revised Standard Version (1952) recognizes this construction of the verse, as follows: ". . . and the people of the prince who is to come shall destroy the city and the sanctuary. His end shall come with a flood . . ." (9.26 mg.).Translator

"And he shall confirm a covenant with the many for one week: and in the midst of the week he shall cause the sacrifice and the oblation to cease" (v.27a Darby). The preceding verse tells us of the destructive actions of Antichrist; this next verse continues to speak of his action. The last seven is divided into two halves. At the beginning of the last seven, the Antichrist will confirm a covenant with many. This covenant is not the Old Covenant which God singularly covenanted with His people, for the use of the indefinite article "a" here proves it. The phrase "the many" with the use of the definite article "the" refers to a special group of people even the Jews. So that this covenant will be a political pact between the Jews and the Antichrist. The duration of the pact is to be seven years, but in the middle of this term of years Antichrist will break it. This is the meaning of the words, "he shall think to change the times and the law," found in chapter 7 and verse 25. Here we may see the similarity disclosed between this prince and the little horn mentioned in chapter 7.

In the midst of these seven years in question, Antichrist shall break the covenant, and thus the rest of this period of the seven (that is to say, three years and a half) shall be in his hand. During these three and a half years he shall also wear out the saints (7.25). And during the same three and a half years, this little horn will attempt to change time and season, and cause sacrifice and oblation to cease. At the present moment the Jews have neither sacrifice nor oblation; but in the future these will be restored. We now have seen the beginning of the return of the Jews to Palestine and have also heard of their desire to restore these things. The end is truly near.

Why will the Antichrist cause the sacrifice and the oblation to cease? Because at that time he will speak blasphemously against God (see ch. 7). Since sacrifice and oblation are offered to God, he will naturally forbid them. "And upon the wing of abominations shall come one that maketh desolate; and even unto the full end" (v.27b). "The wing of abominations" speaks of idols. In the temple of God the wings of the cherubim covered the ark. Yet Antichrist shall enter Gods temple and proclaim himself God (2 Thess. 2), thus having the wings of abominations. Due to this idolatry, God will permit desolations to extend for three and a half years until the end of the seventy sevens. "And that determined, shall wrath be poured out upon the desolate" (v.27c). The desolate is Jerusalem. As the end of the seventy sevens approaches, the nations shall gather to attack Jerusalem. Then shall the Lord fight for her (Zech. 14.1-6). And so shall the word of Daniel 9.24 be fulfilled.

We may here perceive just how Satan uses man. Antichrist is only a man; but by his obeying Satan he is given devilish power to rule over nations. Though his actual coming is still in the future, nonetheless even in 70 A.D. the Romans had already become Antichrists people! For they had his spirit. Today we see the many turmoils among the nations. Satan is actually manipulating at the back. He gives power to this person and to that, using many in the political arena as his puppets to disturb the world. The last person he is to use will be the Antichrist. We can even now discern that the spirit of Antichrist is already working everywhere. The most revealing character of the Antichrist is his lawlessness (2 Thess. 2). If we open our eyes to the affairs of this age, we shall know how rampant lawlessness has become. At every level of society there are lawless people. In every profession, the lawless form the majority. It seems as though there is but a thin line between people and the outbreak of lawlessness. Once one yields to lawlessness, that one is forever caught.

For this reason, we who believe in the Lord and are bought with His blood ought at this hour to resist together with one mind Satan and his works both in our spirits as well as in our prayers. Pray that God will enable His Church to know the victory of the cross in order that the saints may have the experience of ascension. The sins of the world need to be judged. The Church of Christ needs to be matured for rapture!

The One Thousand Two Hundred and Sixty Days

Let us examine the last prophecy of Daniel as recorded in chapters 10-12. By carefully examining these chapters we shall see how his last prophecy fits in with his earlier prophecies. I cannot stay to explain it in detail, so let us merely touch upon it briefly.

"And forces shall stand on his part, and they shall profane the sanctuary, even the fortress, and shall take away the continual burnt-offering, and they shall set up the abomination that maketh desolate" (Dan. 11.31). How this coincides indeed with chapter 9. "I heard the man clothed in linen, who was above the waters of the river, when he held up his right hand and his left hand unto heaven, and sware by him that liveth for ever that it shall be for a time, times, and a half, and when they have made an end of breaking in pieces the power of the holy people, all these things shall be finished. . . . And from the time that the continual burnt-offering shall be taken away, and the abomination that maketh desolate set up, there shall be a thousand two hundred and ninety days. Blessed is he that waiteth, and cometh to the thousand three hundred and five and thirty days. But go thou thy way till the end be; for thou shalt rest, and shall stand in thy lot, at the end of the days" (12.7,11-13). Here we see again the three and a half years time. One thousand two hundred and ninety days is thirty days more than three and a half years, and a thousand three hundred and thirty-five days is forty-five days more than one thousand two hundred and ninety days. As the three years and a half (1260 days) come to an end, the Lord Jesus will appear on earth. The thirty more days will probably be used to judge the nations (see Matt. 25.31-46), or to cleanse the sanctuary. But after another forty-five days the children of Israel will receive glory.

From the above investigation, we come to know a few things: (1) the time of the Gentilesthat is to say, the time when the Gentiles rulewill come to a sudden end, for One who looks like the Son of man will come with the clouds and set up His kingdom; (2) the last of the Gentile power will be the Roman empire, and its king will speak blasphemously against God and wear out the saints, but he will eventually be judged; (3) the Antichrist will make a covenant with the Jews, and in their unbelief, the latter will restore the sanctuary and its sacrifices; (4) but that after three years and a half, the Antichrist will break the covenant, cause the offering up of sacrifices to cease, and will introduce idolatry; (5) for this reason, desolation will continue to the end of the predetermined period of three and one-half years, and then God will deliver His holy people; and finally (6) the time of the Gentile kingdoms will come to its end with the sudden coming of the Lord from heaven to establish His own kingdom. We have not attempted with any degree of pressure to expound the above Scriptures to suit our own theory, but all we wish to do is to point Scripture to Scripture. We have noticed how the three and a half years of the little horn (ch. 7) fit perfectly with the latter half of the seventieth seven (ch. 9), and also with the three years and a half to be found in chapter 12. And so, the Scriptural prophecies spoken earlier and later agree completely with each other, except that the later prophecy does at times explain the former one or adds to what the former one had not said.

The Prophecy of the Lord Jesus

We have seen how the mind of the Holy Spirit is manifested harmoniously in the Old Testament prophecies. Now let us witness how the prophecies in the New Testament agree with those of the Old, and in addition let us witness how the book of Revelation concurs with all the prophecies of the past. We will look at the Olivet prophecy of our Lord Jesus first; except that for our present purpose we will not delve into all the prophecies given on the Mount of Olives but just those ones which are related to the Jews. We will use Matthew 24 as the basis of our consideration, and use the records in the other Gospels as a further reference. From verse 4 to verse 31 of chapter 24, we read of certain things which pertain to the Jews. We will study this section alongside the prophecies in Daniel in order to obtain a clear understanding.

The disciples asked the Lord Jesus two questions concerning (1) the holy temple and (2) the sign of His coming and of the end of the world (v.3). The question concerning the temple is not relevant to our investigation, and furthermore, it is answered in greater detail in Luke 21. Matthew instead focuses more on the second question. Although with respect to this second question, we find that the disciples mixed up the coming of the Lord with the end of the world, in actuality they are different; nevertheless, we will not deal with the difference since we have limited ourselves to what is relevant to the Jews only.

We should know that the sixty-ninth seven and the seventieth seven are separated by the time of grace. During the last seven the sacrifice and the oblation of the sanctuary will be restored until they are caused to cease by the Antichrist. What our Lord spoke of here refers to that period: "When therefore ye see the abomination of desolation, which was spoken of through Daniel the prophet, standing in the holy place (let him that readeth understand), then let them that are in Judea flee unto the mountains: let him that is on the housetop not go down to take out the things that are in his house: and let him that is in the field not return back to take his cloak" (Matt. 24.15-18).

The latter part of what Jesus said here meant that because the enemy would be in their midst, their flight would therefore be extremely urgent. Since the holy people are the target of the wrath of the Antichrist, and the army of destruction is approaching, it behooves the people to leave everything in order to save their lives. "But woe unto them that are with child and to them that give suck in those days!" (v.19); such is because they are unable to run fast. "And pray ye that your flight be not in the winter, neither on a sabbath" (v.20). This latter statement regarding the sabbath clearly shows its pertinence towards the Jews.

Then the Lord continued by saying, "For then shall be great tribulation, such as hath not been from the beginning of the world until now, no, nor ever shall be" (v.21). This word may be linked up with that of Daniels: "And at that time shall Michael stand up, the great prince who standeth for the children of thy people; and there shall be a time of trouble, such as never was since there was a nation even to that same time: and at that time thy people shall be delivered, every one that shall be found written in the book" (12.1). Those will be days of great tribulation (but they will also be days of the deliverance of God). Consequently, the Lord said: "Except those days had been shortened, no flesh would have been saved: but for the elects sake those days shall be shortened" (24.22). From the book of Daniel we understand that these days cover three and a half years.

Later on, the Lord spoke of the sign of false christs and false prophets something which is not found in the Old Testament: "If any man shall say unto you, Lo, here is the Christ, or, Here; believe it not. For there shall arise false Christs, and false prophets, and shall show great signs and wonders; so as to lead astray, if possible, even the elect. Behold, I have told you beforehand. If therefore they shall say to you, Behold, he is in the wilderness; go not forth: Behold, he is in the inner chambers; believe it not. For as the lightning cometh forth from the east, and is seen even unto the west; so shall be the coming of the Son of man. Wheresoever the carcase is, there will the eagles be gathered together" (vv.23-28).

The testimony of Daniel is that as soon as the Anointed One (the Lord Jesus) comes again, all troubles will come to an end. Jesus, as recorded in Matthew, reports the same thing: "Immediately after the tribulation of those days the sun shall be darkened, and the moon shall not give her light, and the stars shall fall from heaven, and the powers of the heaven shall be shaken: and then shall appear the sign of the Son of man in heaven: and then shall all the tribes of the earth mourn, and they shall see the Son of man coming on the clouds of heaven with power and great glory. And he shall send forth his angels with a great sound of a trumpet, and they shall gather together his elect from the four winds, from one end of heaven to the other" (vv.29-31).

Though briefly discussed, this is enough to show how the prophecies of the New Testament agree with those of the Old.

The Prophecy of Paul (2 Thess. 2.1-11)

Let us inquire into another prophetic passagethis time that of Paulsand see how it agrees with those prophecies which have just been discussed. "We beseech you, brethren, touching the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, and our gathering together unto him; to the end that ye be not quickly shaken from your mind, nor yet be troubled, either by spirit, or by word, or by epistle as from us, as that the day of the Lord is just at hand; let no man beguile you in any wise: for it will not be, except the falling away come first, and the man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition, he that opposeth and exalteth himself against all that is called God or that is worshipped; so that he sitteth in the temple of God, setting himself forth as God" (2 Thess. 2.1-4). What the apostle declares in this prophetic statement is what Daniel meant by "the abomination of desolation" (in the Old Testament, the phrase "the abomination of desolation" means an idol); and we need to recall that the prophecy of the Lord Jesus likewise mentioned this point.

Concerning how the Antichrist of Pauls writing (that is to say, "the man of sin""the son of perdition") will exalt himself and resist the Lord, we have already read what Daniel had to say about it. And here is what Paul has to say: "Remember ye not, that, when I was yet with you, I told you these things? And now ye know that which restraineth, to the end that he may be revealed in his own season. For the mystery of lawlessness doth already work: only there is one that restraineth now, until he be taken out of the way. And then shall be revealed the lawless one, whom the Lord Jesus shall slay with the breath of his mouth, and bring to nought by the manifestation of his coming" (vv.5-8). This passage tells the end of the Antichrist. As soon as the Lord Jesus comes again, Antichrist will be judged and destroyed. In his prophecies, Daniel often showed how the Lord will come again to put to nought the powers of the Gentile nations. His narrative of how the little horn is to be destroyed confirms what is said here by Paul in 2 Thessalonians 2.8: the little horn will be destroyed by the appearing of the Lord.

And then the apostle ends his prophecy by saying: "Even he, whose coming is according to the working of Satan with all power and sign and lying wonders, and with all deceit of righteousness for them that perish; because they received not the love of the truth, that they might be saved. And for this cause God sendeth them a working of error, that they should believe a lie: that they all might be judged who believed not the truth, but had pleasure in unrighteousness" (vv.9-12). And what is this lie? John tells us this: "Who is the liar but he that denieth that Jesus is the Christ?" (1 John 2.22)

By means of this brief study we are able to see how the prophecies of the Old Testament and of the New are one and mutually explanatory. Let us therefore take heed of Peters warning: "No prophecy of scripture is of private interpretation" (2 Peter 1.20). Prophecy must not be interpreted independently within its own narrow passage; it should be proven and confirmed by the entire Bible. Only thus can we arrive at an accurate understanding; otherwise, we shall suffer great loss.

Having seen how the prophecies of both Testaments fit harmoniously together, we can now return more specifically to the book of Revelation and see how it too agrees with all the aforementioned prophecies. In view of Peters word, we know one thing most assuredlywhich is, that the prophecy of the last book of the New Testament must also coincide with these above-mentioned prophecies. We must not take the prophecy given in Revelation out of the context of the entire Bible within which it is a part and attempt to give it a special interpretation. Apart from the first and second divisions of Revelation (ch. 1; and chs. 2 and 3) which relate to the Church, its third division (chs. 4-22) concurs in substance with all the prophecies which we have up to this point examined.

Naturally, being the last book of the Bible, Revelation contains things which are found nowhere else in the preceding books of the Scriptures; nevertheless, in its broad outline, it still cannot be "privately interpreted" but must be proven and confirmed by other Scriptures. According to the key mentioned at the very beginning of our discussion, which key the Holy Spirit has provided us as an aid to interpret its prophecy, we are given to know that all the words in the third division really point to future time and future events. With that as background, then, let us now examine this third division of the book to see how it concurs with the foregoing prophecies.

Third Division of "Revelation" Concurs with the Other Bible Prophecies

We earlier saw that the human image in Daniels writing symbolizes the time of the Gentile rule. From this image we recognized Babylon, Medo-Persia, Greece, and Rome as signified by the golden head, the silver breast, the brass belly, and the iron legs. But we know from history that these have all passed away; only the images ten toespartly of iron and partly of clayhave yet to be revealed in human history. These ten toes symbolically represent the future confederacy of the revived Roman Empire that is to arise. But at the fullness of time, a stone from heaven (which stone, as we saw, points to the Lord Jesus) will break them to pieces and will itself fill the whole earth. Likewise, in Revelation we are told of ten horns (13.1) which stand for ten kings (17.12), representing the last powers of the Gentiles. But "these shall war against the Lamb, and the Lamb shall overcome them, for he is Lord of lords, and King of kings" (17.14). What agreement we find here with Daniel!

In the vision of the beasts in Daniel 7, it is recorded that a little horn came up among the ten horns, and this little horn "shall speak words against the Most High, and shall wear out the saints of the Most High [the Jews]; and he shall think to change the times and the law; and they shall be given into his hand until a time and times and half a time" (v.25). In reading Revelation, we learn of a beast (Daniels little horn) who is greater than the ten horns (17.12,13) and who speaks blasphemies (13.5) and makes war with the Jews (v.7). He speaks blasphemies against God (v.6) and has authority for forty-two months (v.5). Once again we see the perfect harmony.

Daniel 9 tells us of seventy sevens, of which sixty-nine sevens have already passed but the seventieth seven is yet to come. As the last seven arrives, Antichrist will make a covenant with the children of Israel; but after three and a half years he will break the covenant and set up the idol image which is "the abomination of desolation." The last two chapters of Daniel repeat the mentioning of the setting up of this abomination (11.31 and 12.11). As we have seen, the Lord Jesus himself referred to this matter too, and so did Paul. And when we come to Revelation, we find the same thing: it records how the second beast entices people to make the image of the first beast and to worship it (13.14,15,4,8).

Daniel 9 observes how the Antichrist will break his covenant in the midst of the last seven, which leaves another three years and a half remaining. This coincides with the three and a half years alluded to in Revelation chapter 7 and mentioned directly in Revelation chapter 12, during which time the Antichrist will be in power.

The time of the Antichrist is altogether forty-two months (Rev. 13.5), which is three and a half years time. During that period the wicked cruelty of the beast and the related idolatry shall be rampant upon the earth. It is then that Jerusalem will be trodden under foot again, that the two men clothed in sackcloth will bear witness, that the persecuted saints will flee to the wilderness to be under the protection of God, and also that the Gentiles shall have dominion on the earth. All these will happen within the three years and a half. Within a very short time afterwards, the Messiah will come to reign.

We have thus seen how the prophecies found in the book of Revelation agree with Daniels prophecies found in the Old Testament. Now, though, let us learn how they concur with the prophecies of the Lord Jesus.

According to Matthews record of Jesus words, the signs of the end are (1) false Christs (24.5; cf. also v.24); (2) wars (vv.6,7); (3) famines (v.7); (4) pestilences (v.7 AV; cf. also Luke 21.11); (5) martyrs (v.9); and (6) signs in the sun, moon and stars (v.29). By comparing what Matthews record of Jesus words says with the six seals spoken of in Revelation, we can readily see the similarities. Even the order of them are the same. Moreover, Jesus in Matthews account speaks of the "abomination of desolation . . . standing in the holy place" (v.15), but so also does Revelation (13.14,15). In Matthew, our Lord warns the Jews that as soon as they see the idol being set up, they should flee; Revelation too describes how they run (12.6). Matthew records that Jesus says that for the sake of the elect that day will be shortened (24.22); Revelation states: "the devil . . . knowing that he hath but a short time" (12.12). Jesus in Matthews account states how the false christs and the false prophets shall show great signs and wonders so as to lead astray, if possible, even the elect (24.24); and a similar statement is given in Revelation: "he deceiveth them that dwell on the earth by reason of the signs" (13.14). In Matthew Jesus tells how people will look for an earthly Christ (24.26); Revelation shows how they follow an earthly beast (13.3). Finally, Matthew indicates how the Lord will come from heaven; and Revelation describes how the Lord with His army shall come out of heaven in glory and power (19.11-16).

Parture

03.11.2009

@ bibleprobe

1260/1290/1335 Days Not Years!

(cont'd)

We should also notice the harmony between Revelation and the Thessalonian prophecy of Paul. Paul mentions the revealing of the man of sin, the son of perdition; Revelation tells of the appearing of the Antichrist (13.1). Paul says the man of sin will oppose the Lord; Revelation records how he blasphemes God (13.6). Paul foretells how that man of sin will exalt himself as God to be worshipped; Revelation describes how he has his image made to receive homage (13.14,15). Paul describes that his coming is according to the working of Satan; Revelation narrates how he receives power from the dragon (that is to say, from Satan) (12.9, 13.4). Paul predicts he will perform signs and lying wonders; Revelation observes that "his death-stroke [will be] healed" (13.3; cf. also v.14). Paul concludes that he will be destroyed by the glory of the coming of the Lord Jesus; Revelation depicts him as being seized at the coming of the Lord and then being "cast alive into the lake of fire that burneth with brimstone" (19.20).

Can we not now see how the prophecies in Revelation correspond so intimately with all the other prophecies in both the Old and New Testaments? How truly one is the word of the Lord! Even as the prophecies quoted above from the New Testament as well as the Old await their fulfillment in the coming days, so also do the corresponding words in Revelation await their future realizations too.

Parture

03.11.2009

@ Parture

1260/1290/1335 Days Not Years!--Daniel was an Amazing Forecaster!

Simplified Summary: "And it came to pass in the month Nisan..." (Neh. 2.1) starts off Nisan 1 in 444 B.C., the declaration of the building of the temple noted in Neh 2.8, "And a letter unto Asaph the keeper of the king's forest, that he may give me timber to make beams for the gates of the palace which [appertained] to the house, and for the wall of the city, and for the house that I shall enter into. And the king granted me, according to the good hand of my God upon me." From this day to Nisan 10, 33 AD, March 30th, the day Jesus entered Jerusalem, is exactly 483 Biblical years = 30x12x483 =173,880 days. 483 years is used because that is number in Daniel's prophecy in 9.25, "seven weeks, and threescore and two weeks" (69x7). "After threescore and two weeks shall Messiah be cut off". This prophecy has been fulfilled because 444 BC Nisan 1 to Nisan 14, April 1 (Friday), 33 AD is more than 173,880 days and the 173,880 days extends beyond 30 AD.

Parture

03.11.2009

@ Parture

What are the Negative Consequences of Misreading Daniel's Prophecy?

After you read the post, "1260/1290/1335 Days Not Years," you realize the negative consequences to believing these are years is that you overlook what Satan is doing. Satan did set up the Dome on the Rock to convince you in the Year-Day Theory. Why would he do this? Because he wants to take your eye off of something. Similarly from the date of Mohammad's death to 1948 was also carefully constructed by Satan, for the same reason, because Satan needs you to accept the Antichrist who sets up the abomination of desolation in the temple, which the False Prophet sets up of the Antichrist.

If you think there is no Antichrist to come, won't you more likely be deceived by him?

Read all of Aids to Revelation.

The Year-Day Theory

Recently the study of prophecy had earned for itself a bad reputation among believers because of the so-called year-day theory. According to this theory, many numbers of days in the Scriptures are computed as though a day were a year [even Isaac Newton made this mistake with all kinds of calculations], thus fostering predictions as to the precise date for the second coming of the Lord Jesus Christan exercise of the mind which is plainly contradictory to the Lords announcement: for no one knows the date of His return, not even Jesus himself. Then, too, some commentators on Revelation have twisted Gods word in ways that are meant to fit in with this year-day theory. We have no intention to argue about this theory; we only desire to point out a right understanding of the days that are mentioned in the Bible.

The advocates of the year-day theory base their conception on Numbers 14.34 and Ezekiel 4.6. Let us first examine Numbers: "After the number of the days in which ye spied out the land, even forty days, for every day a year, shall ye bear your iniquities, even forty years, and ye shall know my alienation." Here we are told that due to their unbelief, the children of Israel were disciplined by God for forty years, a year for every day they had spied out the land. But this does not apply equally to other "days" mentioned in Scripture, and certainly not to the "days" found in Revelation. As to Ezekiel: "And again, when thou hast accomplished these, thou shalt lie on thy right side, and shalt bear the iniquity of the house of Judah: forty days, each day for a year, have I appointed it unto thee." Here we see that God commanded Ezekiel to lie down in a certain position as a response to the iniquity of Judah. This has nothing to do with the other "days" found in the Bible.

Let us look at a few more passages.

(1) "And yet seven days, and I will cause it to rain upon the earth forty days and forty nights" (Gen. 7.4). Did God wait for seven years and then have the rain fall for forty years? No, for the record goes on to explain as follows: "And it came to pass after the seven days, that the waters of the flood were upon the earth. . . . And the rain was upon the earth forty days and forty nights" (vv.10,12). Here, a day is not a year.

(2) "Joseph said unto him, This is the interpretation of it: the three branches are three days; within yet three days shall Pharaoh lift up thy head" (Gen. 40.12,13). Was it that after three years the chief butler was released from prison? Not at all: "And it came to pass the third day . . . [that] he restored the chief butler unto his butlership again" (vv.20,21).

(3) "Then said Jehovah unto Moses, Behold, I will rain bread from heaven for you; and the people shall go out and gather a days portion every day . . . And it shall come to pass on the sixth day . . . [that] it shall be twice as much as they gather daily" (Ex. 16.4,5). The children of Israel went out to gather manna every day, not once a year.

(4) God gave meat to the children of Israel to eat for "a whole month" (Num. 11.19, 20). They did not eat meat for thirty years.

(5) "Within three days ye are to cross this Jordan" (Joshua 1.11). What actually happened afterwards? Did the children of Israel cross over Jordan after three years? No, they crossed after three days.

(6) "For as Jonah was three days and three nights in the belly of the whale; so shall the Son of man be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth" (Matt. 12.40). Was the Lord Jesus in the heart of the earth for three years? We know from the biblical record that He was there for only three days and three nights.

From this evidence, therefore, we can easily conclude that the year-day theory is erroneous. If some of the "days" appearing in the book of Revelation are to be taken as years, then the rest of the "days" found therein should also be treated as years. And in that case, the three and a half years of the Great Tribulation would have to be calculated as a thousand two hundred and sixty years; and the millennial kingdom would have to be extended out to three hundred and sixty thousand years. Obviously, we know that such calculations as these cannot be true.

May we therefore trust the Holy Spirit to guide us correctly as we read the word of God. Let us not seize upon strange ideas like this. Even though the Bible is most wonderful, it is not to be explained in any quaint or bizarre way. We ought to learn to be more obedient to God in our thought. And then we will not be likely to misinterpret His word.

Parture

03.11.2009

@ Parture

What are the Negative Consequences of Misreading Daniel's Prophecy???

If you think the 1000 years is happening now, you violate Scripture because Rev. 20.3 says the nations won't be deceived in the 1000 years. Obviously they are still deceived now because they war and we hear of rumours of wars.

If you put in the hands of the Church to war now, because you think the Dome on the Rock was abomination of desolation, you will rule with an iron rod according to your flesh.

The Dome is definitely an abomination, but it is not THE "Abomination of Desolation" which can talk in place of the Antichrist that the False Prophet sets up. Only today's computers can do such a thing.

dan(R)

01.21.2010

@ bibleprobe

Book: Dome of the Rock is the "Abomination of Desolation"

Hi...
im impressed abt d info provided. frankly i learnt a lot...
but one part made me confused... the 40 and 2 months and also some other day-related stuff like 1335 days etc.
if not mistaken, 40 and 2 months shd b 3 and a half year, y interpreted it as more than 1000 years since the units are not the same? pls clarify it.. thx a lot.

                                                                              
                                                      
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