Seventy Weeks of Daniel

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Seventy Weeks of Daniel
BIBL 450 Liberty University On-Line
Dean Jaynes
02/08/2015

Daniel 9: 24-28 contains what many consider to be the most important prophetic scriptures in the entire bible. This passage details the prophetic chronology of Israel from the time of Daniel until the second coming of Christ. Much of Daniel’s vision of the seventy weeks can be seen in both historical and biblical events such as the rebuilding of the city of Jerusalem by decree of Artaxerxes I in 445 B. C. (Miller 1994). the triumphant entry of Jesus on the 8th of Nisan (Strong 1995), and the destruction of Jerusalem by Titus in 70 AD. It is interesting to note there is a gap in Daniel’s prophecy between the sixty-ninth and seventieth weeks. When Jesus read from the scroll in Luke 4 he only read part of the scripture “The Spirit of the Lord is on me, because the Lord has anointed me to proclaim good news to the poor. He has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim freedom for the captives and release from darkness for the prisoners, to proclaim the year of the Lords favor” (Isaiah 61: 1-2a NASB) and he stopped. The remainder of that scripture declares a day of vengeance of God. By not completing the scripture Jesus was saying part of the prophecy is fulfilled in your presence today and part is yet to come. The seventieth week will resume with the revealing of the Antichrist and continue until the return of Christ at his second coming.
Daniel 9:24 gives us the complete prophecy. Verse 25 describes the first sixty-nine weeks. The events that occur between the sixty-nine and seventieth weeks are detailed in verse 26. Finally in verse 27 we see the final time of the seventieth seven. There are many interpretations to explain these prophecies but there are two main categories, Christological and non- Christological. (Milner 1877). The prevailing view in the…...

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