Text Meaning Summary

End, a Great City




 
 Daniel 9:24  Seventy 'weeks' (jubilees) are determined for your people
              and your holy city,

                    to restrain transgression,
                    to seal up sins,
                    to atone for iniquity,
                    to bring in everlasting righteousness,
                    to seal up vision and prophecy and
                    to anoint the Most Holy.


         :25  Know then and understand from the issuing of the word
              to turn (from fighting) and build Jerusalem, up until
              an anointed one, a ruler (the desolator), seven 'weeks'
              (jubilees) and sixty-two 'weeks' (jubilees). Again she
              will be built broad and golden (New Jerusalem) even in
              times of distress (the latter days).


         :26  And after the sixty and two 'weeks' (jubilees) shall
              be cut off (from the city) an anointed one (the Elijah
              sent to warn) and there will be nothing to him (in the
              city). And the city and the sanctuary shall overthrow
              the people of an arriving ruler (the desolator). And
              his (the desolator's) end with a flood, up until the
              end war; desolations are decreed.


         :27  And He (God) shall cause to prevail a great covenant
              one week (70 jubilees + Great Tribulation). And in the
              middle of the week He (God) shall make cease sacrifice
              and offering and upon an extremity (of the lopsided week,
              ie the last half, the Tribulation) abominations, a
              desolator up until a complete destruction. And as
              decreed she (New Jerusalem) shall be poured forth on
              the desolator. 



Introduction
to
Daniel 9:24-27
Daniel 9:24-27
Revised
Translation
The
Missing
One
'weeks'
Seventy
Weeks
Milestone
Events
The 'week'
of
verse 27
Jerusalem
in the
Prophecy
Time
Chart
Summary



The
70 Weeks
Warning
Summary


* OTHER ASPECTS *

Review of
Traditional
Perspective

Symbolic
Jerusalem

History
of Literal
Jerusalem
The
'70 Years'
of
Jeremiah


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