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Wickus wrote:The mid term review is not the main focus point of this theory, but the AoD in the midst of the 7 year timeframe. Just hang on to the 20/21st. From that date we have 1260 days to 31 Dec 2013. After that there is just not enough time left for this theory to survive.
Hi Wickus, and I just thought about this.......
Actually, this (July 20th) would be the "midst" in which the "daily sacrifices" should come to a stop. Accordingly, the AOD tied in with the cessation of "daily sacrifices" should be 1,290 days - which would bring in August 19th, 2010. (Daniel 12:11) The events on July 20th, (cessation of sacrifices) could possibly go virtually unnoticed; in that the manner in which they come to a "stop" or "cessation" would not be recognized by the populace in general - to include fellow Watchers.
**Note: Jesus mentions the AOD , and refers to the Prophet Daniel, and NOT the "midst" or "cessation of sacrifice being stopped" - let the reader understand. (Matthew 24:15)
Now, I want to state without fear of contradiction....I am certainly not adding days - It's just my interpretation that Daniel 9:27 occurs in the "midst" of the 7 year time period, and if this is July 20th; being on day 1,260 - then day 1,290 would be August 19th, 2010 for the AOD, and the cessation of sacrifices - to have occurred. (Again Daniel 12:11)
Another thing to consider, is that "IF" July 20th IS DAY #1 of the 1,260 remaining days, or 3.5 years (this is still within the 7 year established time frame of the ENP(I) theory; or middle) then a 30 day time period would still exist - which would have the AOD occurring on January 30th, 2011.
Remember that Scripture states gives us the "midst" or "middle" of the 7 year period that the sacrifices would come to a stop. However, it then states that from the time that the sacrifices have been stopped AND the AOD, it will be 1,290 days. So if July 20th, 2010 is the "midst"; and is considered day #1 of the final 1,260 days then we would be looking to see the AOD on day 1,290 - which would be January 30th, 2011.
I would also like to add that there has always been an assumption that the Great Tribulation begins the 1,260 day period. I actually "think" this could be wrong, so to make a point, I will beg to differ. Jesus states that after the AOD that there will be "great tribulation" or "a great tribulation" in some translations - in contrast to "The Great Tribulation" actually beginning.
My point is, that if July 20th, 2010 begins day 1 of the 1,260 days left to "end" of the requirements set forth in Daniel 9:24; then day 1,290 should be January 30th, 2011 - in which the AOD should occur. Great Tribulation starts; and lasts for 45 days, bringing the total days to day 1,335. (Daniel 12:11-13) Not only does this meet the requirements of Scripture, it also could explain why Jesus mentions that those days are cut short; the time period in which the Beast is given power to continue;(So Javier Solana could still very well be in the picture); the timing in which the Jews flee to the wilderness; and the reward for those who actually survive and make it to Day 1,335.
In closing, I am certainly open to discuss this - of course all within the "framework" of the ENP(I), as this section allows, and I could certainly be wrong.
24"Seventy (A)weeks have been decreed for your people and your holy city, to finish the transgression, to make an end of sin, to (B)make atonement for iniquity, to bring in (C)everlasting righteousness, to seal up vision and prophecy and to anoint the most holy place.
eschologizer wrote:In my opinion, it cannot be the case that the 70 weeks to end while the beast has authority over Jerusalem, or the Gentiles are trampling the city, or the Jews are hiding in the desert, two witnesses preaching, etc, because all of the criteria for the end of the 70 weeks listed above in the verse would not be met.
Mr Baldy wrote:I welcome any comments, critique, criticism, and/or additional advise.
Wickus wrote:Mr Baldy, it is the first time that I have seen an explanation like this. As much as I want to cling to the ENP theory I will have to say that I still think something must happen on the 20th to keep this alive.
James1:12 wrote:ENP is so hard to rule out particularly now as the EU has its coveted place closer to the inner circle of the UN.
Has the mid-term review happened yet?
Wickus wrote:David, the problem I have with this view is that Christ's covenant is eternal and not for 7 years. The moment someone can explain out of Scripture why His eternal covenant has been reduced to 7 years, I will look into it.
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