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Daniel’s Prophecy of the 70 Weeks Many have set out to explain the seventy weeks recorded in the book of Daniel. It seemed good to me, as well, to pen down a few words in respect to this great Messianic prophecy. The dispensationalists’ view of Daniel’s seventy weeks prophecy profoundly affects the way they interpret the New Testament. Christ’s statements regarding the permanency of God’s Law (Matthew ) are “despensationalized” and thus assigned to the Old Covenant, which ended with Christ’s death.
The 70 weeks of Daniel equal exactly years to the solar day: BC – 5 April AD 2. See outline on Daniel 3. Although the weeks are symbolic of different time periods, they are sequential without any gaps where the prophecy clock stops. 4. Here is the correct view of the second coming and the end of the world: 5. Let us read Daniel’s prophecy of the 70 Weeks: Dan Seventy sevens are decreed for your people and for your set-apart city, to put an end to the transgression, and to seal up sins, and to cover crookedness, and to bring in everlasting righteousness, and to seal up vision and prophet, and to anoint the Most Set-apart.
In other words, the establishment of B.C. as the starting point of the week prophecy of Daniel 9 is one of the strongest indicators among the Messianic prophecies of the Old Testament that Jesus truly was all that He claimed to be. Taken from Journal of the Adventist Theological Society, 2/1 (): Used by permission. Prophecy of Daniels’ 70 Weeks states that 1 Nisan B.C. is the start date of the prophecy and demonstrates that 1 Nisan B.C.. was not a leap year, as is assumed by modern Hebrew computerized calendars. Consequently, modern Hebrew computerized calculations incorrectly assumes that a leap month or the intercalary month of Adar 2 was inserted before 1 Nisan B.C.
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Get this from a library. A dissertation on Daniel's prophesy of the seventy weeks. By Richard Parry. [Richard Parry] Half-title: 'Dr. Parry's dissertation on the seventy weeks.'. Reproduction of original from the British Library. Description. A dissertation on Daniel's prophesy of the seventy weeks.
By Richard Parry, D.D. Author of the Defense of the Bishop of London. Stonard provides four introductory chapters on prophecy in the Bible before breaking his examination of the Book of Daniel into five focused sections of study.
Product Details Title: A Dissertation on the Seventy Weeks of Daniel the Prophet. That prophecy is found in the book of Daniel, chapter 9.
It is known to most of us as the prophecy of 70 weeks, and it is the only prophecy in the Bible that gives us a secular date by which we can accurately calculate the first coming of the Messiah. But the prophecy of 70 weeks is so much more than a messianic prediction.
This. Daniel’s inspired record regarding the “seventy weeks” is a profound demonstration of the validity of scriptural prophecy. It foretells the coming of the Messiah, and details His benevolent work.
The prophecy pinpoints the very time of Jesus’ crucifixion. Finally, it reveals the disastrous consequences of rejecting the Son of God. Unedited commentary for a popular handbook on the eschatological section of Daniel focusing on Daniel and the prophecy of the Seventy Weeks.
Discover the world's research 17+ million members. It is the foundation (roots) of all End Time prophecy even the John’s apocalypse (The book of Revelation). When Daniel was presented with the prophecy of seventy weeks, he was in Babylon, having been carried into captivity when Israel was conquered in times of prophet Jeremiah.
THE prophet Daniel lived more than years before the birth of Jesus. Nevertheless, Jehovah revealed to Daniel information that would make it possible to pinpoint the time when Jesus would be anointed, or appointed, as the Messiah, or Christ.
Daniel was told: “You should know and understand that from the issuing of the word to restore and to rebuild Jerusalem until Messiah the Leader. THE SEVENTY WEEK PROPHECY OF DANIEL (Part 1) This is a video presentation of the Seventy Weeks Prophecy. A fuller more beginning and ending of the first 69 weeks of the 70 Week Prophecy of Daniel.
So the Edict was issued in Nisan of B.C. book, “The Coming Prince”is a landmark work, still in print after File Size: 1MB. While deep in prayer, Daniel received the following vision from the angel Gabriel: 24 Seventy weeks have been decreed for your people and your holy city, to finish the transgression, to make an end of sin, to make atonement for iniquity, to bring in everlasting righteousness, to seal up vision and prophecy and to anoint the most holy place.
Question: "What are the seventy weeks of Daniel?" Answer: The “seventy weeks” prophecy is one of the most significant and detailed Messianic prophecies of the Old Testament. It is found in Daniel 9. The chapter begins with Daniel praying for Israel, acknowledging the nation’s sins against God and asking for God’s mercy.
Because the angel Gabriel had told Daniel that "70 weeks were determined for, 1. "your people" and 2. "your holy city". Both the people of God and the city of Jerusalem were the subject of the 70 week prophecy.
So the edict permitting the rebirth of Jerusalem with her own sovereignty and self-governing integrity as a city-state was the key. Danielcommonly referred to as the prophecy of “Daniel’s 70 weeks.” A proper analysis of Daniel ff. involves several factors.
First, one should reflect upon the his-torical background out of which the prophetic utterance arose. Second, consideration should be given to. 24) Seventy weeks have been decreed for your people and your holy city, to finish the transgression, to make an end of sin, to make atonement for iniquity, to bring in everlasting righteousness, to seal up vision and prophecy and to anoint the most holy place.
25) So you are to know and discern that from the issuing of a decree to restore and rebuild Jerusalem until Messiah the Prince there. The prophet Daniel said more specific things about the end times than any other Old Testament prophet.
One of the most profound prophecies in all of scripture must be his “70 weeks” prophecy in Daniel chapter this article, we’ll review this prophecy, explain why its 70th week pertains to the end times, and how it relates to Revelation.
Sir Isaac Newton provided the key to understanding the seventy weeks prophecy of Daniel. When one reckons from the day that Ezra left to rebuild Jerusalem (Sat 3 Apr BC), to one of the two possible dates for the Crucifixion (Fri 1 Apr AD 33), the interval is almost exactly seventy weeks of years ( years) on our calendar.
the 70 -week prophecy - past and future fulfillment The mysterious week prophecy recorded by the prophet Daniel has baffled Bible scholars and theologians for centuries. Many have attempted to identify the beginning and ending dates of this prophecy using. It is a workable framework. However, there are reasonable doubts, especially when it appears the Lord has opened up the door to an alternate interpretation of Daniel’s seventy weeks prophecy.
Point #7: The syntax of Daniel implies that an anointed ruler will arrive on the scene seven weeks after the start of the seventy-week prophecy. Seventy Weeks are Determined. Daniel 9: states, “Seventy weeks are determined upon thy people and upon thy holy city, to finish the transgression, and to make an end of sins, and to make reconciliation for iniquity, and to bring in everlasting righteousness, and to seal up the vision and prophecy, and to anoint the most Holy.
Daniel is a detailed and complex prophecy that accurately dated the first coming of the Messiah (Jesus Christ) and discusses the establishing of the New Covenant and implications of events that will occur leading up to the time of Christ’s second coming.
First, let’s read this prophecy, commonly known as the 70 weeks of Daniel: “Seventy weeks are determined for your people and. Seventy Prophetic Weeks of Daniel. Chapter 9 of the book of Daniel stands as the paragon of Bible prophecy.
This single chapter of 27 verses proves beyond doubt that God revealed the future course of world events to faithful men of God, and they wrote about events to .The second half of Daniel consists in four visions: the vision of the four beasts in Daniel 7, the vision of the ram and the he-goat in Daniel 8, the seventy weeks prophecy in Daniel 9, and the prophecy of the kings of the north and the south in Daniel All four end with an antichrist figure who blasphemes God, overthrows the Jewish law.
Although theologians have not reached a consensus on the exact timing of the 70 weeks mentioned in Daniel 9, we can draw a number of conclusions from this enigmatic prophecy. What are the seventy weeks? The angel Gabriel approaches Daniel in the latter half of the ninth chapter after Daniel prays for Israel.