The 70th Week Of Daniel Deception

Understanding the seven years of the 70th week of Daniel is very important, because of the truth about their fulfillment, and the deceptions which are based on them.

The truth is that the 70th week of Daniel started when Messiah was baptized at age 30, and anointed by the Spirit.

Messiah’s ministry took place during the first half of the 7 years; so it’s not possible that it is yet future.

The truth is that the covenant of Daniel 9:27 is not just a 7-year covenant, as we’ve been led to believe.

It is the everlasting covenant, the same one that Abraham was saved by, as he believed by faith that the Father would provide a Lamb to atone for his sins.

The truth is that Messiah and His Disciples fulfilled the 70th week of Daniel, from 27-34 A.D., when they confirmed with the Jews for 7 years that He is the promised Messiah, who ratified the everlasting covenant with His blood as the Passover Lamb.

Messiah confirmed that He was the promised Messiah through His miracles, His wisdom, His knowledge of the Hebrew letters, His fulfillment of prophecy, and by His resurrection.

After Messiah’s ascension, the Apostles continued to confirm to the Jews that He is the promised Messiah, by proclaiming how He fulfilled prophecy and how He rose again.

On Pentecost, 3,000 Jews were saved from the witness of the Apostles being filled with the Spirit, and preaching the Gospel in their languages. The Church of Messiah is built on a foundation of Jews, who accepted Messiah as their Savior.

Paul proclaimed Jew first, and so it was. The seven years ended when the Jewish leaders stoned the Apostle Stephen to death, when he proclaimed that they had killed their promised Messiah.

Immediately after Stephen’s death, the Gospel was also shared with the Gentiles.  The disciples were scattered throughout Judea and preached the Gospel. Philip was led to the Ethiopian Eunuch, who was saved. Saul was converted to be the Apostle to Gentiles. Peter was given the vision of the unclean animals, which represented that the everlasting covenant was to be preached to the Gentile nations. The Samaritans received salvation and the Spirit of the Father.

Scripture clearly shows us how the 70th week of Daniel was fulfilled, as Messiah and His Apostles confirmed with the Jews that He is their promised Messiah.

Some accepted Him and were saved, but most rejected Him and were condemned.

The deception is that the 70th week of Daniel hasn’t been fulfilled yet.

We’ve been told that it is about an end-times antichrist who makes a 7-year peace agreement with Israel, which starts a 7-year tribulation period.

The Jesuits created this deception in the 16th century to deflect blame away from the Popes of Rome, as the Protestant Reformers had rightly identified them as the Little Horn of Daniel, Son of Perdition of 2 Thessalonians 2, and antichrist beast of Revelation 13.

They had Jesuit Priest Francisco Ribera, a brilliant man with a doctorate in theology, write a 500 page commentary with an opposing view, where he manipulated prophecies in the books of Daniel and Revelation, to create the narrative of a one-man antichrist in an end-time 7-year tribulation.

This idea, called Futurism, was quickly adopted as the Roman Catholic Church’s official position on the Antichrist.

The true Church effectively rejected these futuristic concepts until the 19th century, when the Jesuits caused several people to promote these concepts; including Pastor Edward Irving, John Nelson Darby and Cyrus Ingerson Scofield, which led to these deceptions being taught at Dallas Theological Seminary, where the leaven of the Jesuits deceptions have spread around the world.

The historical witness of the many persecuted believers and theologians of the past have been pushed aside, and futurism is now taught by most Pastors.

I understand that this explanation of the 70th week of Daniel may be new to you, so I want to step back and take a child-like, logical view of the prophecy.

Simply ask yourself:

How long does it take the Father to fulfill His own 70 week prophecy?

The obvious and correct answer is 70 weeks.  If a 70 week prophecy is given and it is not fulfilled in 70 consecutive weeks, then the prophecy is not valid.

What week follows the 69th week?

The obvious answer is the 70th week, but the enemy would have you believe that there is a 1,990+ year time gap between the 69th and 70th week, even though there is no such time gap defined in Daniel 9.

Daniel 9:25 mentions the arrival of the promised Messiah, and then Daniel 9:27 mentions a ‘covenant‘. Whose covenant do you suppose that it is referring to?

Isn’t it logical to assume that it is Messiah’s covenant, as the reason that He came was to die to ratify the everlasting covenant with His blood as the Passover Lamb?

The text even proclaims that He was ‘cut off‘, meaning that He was killed, in the middle of the seven years, which matches Isaiah’s prophecy about the promised Messiah, in Isaiah 53:8, “He was taken from prison and from judgment. And as for His generation, who considered that He shall be cut off from the land of the living? For the transgression of My people He was stricken.

The consequences of the 70 Weeks of Daniel deception are grand!

The enemy’s end times deception is based on the concept of a futuristic 70th week of Daniel.

It causes people to look for an end times one-man Antichrist, instead of identifying the office of the papacy as the beast of Revelation, the Little Horn of Daniel and the Son of Perdition.

This is the very reason that the end times 7 year tribulation deception was created by the Roman Catholic Church.

They were being accused by the Protestant Reformers of being the Antichrist system who persecuted the saints.

The Protestant Reformers told people to ‘come out of her‘, which caused millions of people to leave the Roman Catholic Church and be saved by the pure Gospel of Messiah.

The enemy has programmed our minds to view the 70th week of Daniel as futuristic. He has used Pastors, Left Behind movies, books, etc.

But when you understand that the 70th week of Daniel has been fulfilled, and that it’s not an end-times 7-year tribulation period; most of the enemy’s deceptions about prophecy fulfillment crumble to the ground.

The Revelation Timeline Decoded Bible study series gives you the proof that the Popes of Rome are the beast of Revelation, the Little Horn of Daniel and the Son of Perdition.

David Nikao

We’ll start this study by focusing on The Covenant Of The 70th Week Of Daniel 9.

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Sandy Armstrong February 9, 2017 at 7:42 pm

THIS IS THE DUMBEST STUPIDEST MOST CARELESS USE OF SCRIPTURE I HAVE EVER READ…Whoever heeds discipline shows the way to life, but whoever ignores correction leads others astray.
Proverbs 10:17 NIV


David February 9, 2017 at 7:57 pm

YOUR COMMENT IS NOT CORRECTION SANDY! It is an opinion without any Scripture proof to provide correction. The said irony is that you quote the corrupt NIV Bible to try to make your point.


Mike Lyle June 18, 2017 at 2:07 am

If you’re gettin’ flack, means you’re over the target. Keep goin’ for God!


Melinda February 19, 2017 at 11:26 pm

Sandy is one of the deceived. Sad.


Linda February 25, 2017 at 9:14 pm

I believe that we have been deceived by the church but I must say I am not sure I believe this either but I will study and continue to search and seek the truth. Thank for your interpretation it’s very interesting.


David March 5, 2017 at 2:32 am

Hi Linda 🙂 Yeah, there is much deception about the 70th week of Daniel. I pray that you will read all of the studies, to see if they line up with Scripture; and that you find truth. Contact me with any questions. Blessings to you! David


Michael Napoli March 4, 2017 at 6:33 pm

David, please give us the Daniel verses that confirm that the 70 weeks of Daniel started when the Messiah was baptized at age 30, and that the Messiah and his disciples would fulfill the 70th week of Daniel from 27-34 A.D. You mention the word covenant in Daniel 9:27 but you conveniently omit the abomination that causes desolation from this verse, which Jesus himself refers to in Matthew 24:15. Who exactly is this “HE” mentioned in Daniel 9:27? How can the Jews confirm a seven year covenant with Jesus Christ, when though out the Gospels, the Jews clearly rejected his messages and miracles, and plotted to kill Jesus on numerous occasions? Do you actually think the Jews ended the sacrifices and offerings after Jesus died on the cross? This ended when the temple was destroyed in 70 A.D. However Daniel 12:11,and 2 Thessalonians 2:4, tells us about a future temple, and a man of lawlessness desecrating this future temple by claiming he is God. Now if you have proof that these verses occurred in 70 A.D. please provide your biblical references. Also Daniel 7:19-25, Daniel 11:36, Revelation 13, and Revelation 17:9-14, tell us that the Antichrist or Beast will rule the world and the Devil will give him his own power and throne and great authority. Give us the Pope of Rome that walked inside the temple and declared himself God. Which Pope of Rome was given 42 months to persecute, wage war, and overcome God’s people? If the 70th week of Daniel was fulfilled, then Jesus Christ should be reigning and ruling the world. So please tell us who is currently ruling this world. Jesus Christ, or Satan.


David March 5, 2017 at 2:30 am

Michael, the answers to your questions are in my studies.

I shall ask you some questions too; which if you answer me, I also shall answer your questions.

In what year did the 70 weeks of Daniel begin to be fulfilled?

How long does it take Elohim to fulfill His own 70 week prophecy?

What verse in the Bible says that there is a time gap in between the 69th and 70 week of Daniel 9?

What verse in Daniel 9 uses the name ‘antichrist’?

What happened in the temple when Messiah died as the Passover Lamb?

What is the abomination of desolation, mentioned in Daniel 9 and Matthew 24?

How many Jews were saved on Pentecost?

Does Acts mention other Jews believing in Messiah?

What verse in Daniel 9 says that after the 70th week is fulfilled, that Messiah would be reigning and ruling the world?

Based on the Greek word for ‘temple’, what kind of temple was the Apostle Paul describing in 2 Thessalonians 2?


Mr. ;) March 14, 2017 at 10:06 am

Hello guys. 🙂

Dan 12:1-13 is this not connected to matt.24:14-29?
If 70 weeks took place on our History why is that in Matt. 24:verse 14 signified “then end would come? then on verse 15 -28 follows the 70 weeks of Daniel.

Why is that in matt 24: 29 stated” After those Tribulation ” signs would come. If the He comes like a thief why in Verse 29 preced signs?

Did They found Enoch floating(divinely protected) through the flood? Or he Disappear?
What happened to Elijah? Why did he disappear?
Why old testament saints graves opened?(matt 27:50-57)
In Acts 1:9-11 what happened to Jesus, why did he disappear in disciples sight?
Well Did they go puff in the air?

Who are those armies riding on white horse following Jesus Christ riding on white horse? if they were angels why would they ride if they could fly? (Rev 19:14)

Is 1000 yrs not literal? If so,the Promises to abraham -to david – israel is forfeited.

Admonition to Laodicean Rev 3:19. I always believe God will do that in last age. 🙂 He is a loving God.


David March 14, 2017 at 4:13 pm

Yes, Daniel 12 is connected to Matthew 24. Here is the study.

“The end” of Matthew 24:14 is referring to the end of the Jewish nation, which happened in 70 A.D., when their temple and city, and the Jewish leadership system, was desolated; effectively ending the Jewish national existence.

Revelation 19:14 is talking about the saints, as Revelation 19:7 talks about the bride being made ready.


Mr. ;) March 15, 2017 at 8:50 am

I will read that :). God hides in simplicity – If he hides that way HE ALREADY REVEALED THE THINGS in the Book but is hidden.

I have just commented the signs and end of ages According to bible verses but the Cgnal did not permit me . But I might write again here concerning these things. God Bless Guys.


Mikah March 19, 2017 at 8:01 pm

David, the correct interpretation of the Daniel and Revelation prophesies is soon to be published!!!
I wanted to paste them here but was told not to by Father.

The Book is titled: The Journey Through Tribulation
co-authored by Mikah and the holy Spirit


David March 19, 2017 at 11:01 pm

Mikah, so by your comment I presume that you disagree with my explanation of the fulfillment of the 70th week of Daniel, but you can’t show me the correct interpretation. I guess I’ll just have to believe and teach my current understanding, until I see another explanation that makes sense. David

The Olivet Discourse

The Falling Away of 2 Thessalonians 2

Islam In Bible Prophecy

Revelation Timeline Decoded


TEnglish April 11, 2017 at 6:33 pm


Please share with me your thoughts on 1 Corinthians 11 regarding the Lord’s Supper and the practice today of ‘do this in remembrance of me’.


David April 18, 2017 at 2:54 pm

I believe that we are to remember Messiah’s sacrifice for our sins as the Passover Lamb, on Passover; by eating bread and drinking wine, in remembrance of what He has done for us. Simple as that.


Locksley June 3, 2017 at 2:27 pm

Hi guys,
Yeshua fulfilled the Passover “fully”: He kept YHWH’s passover at the right time, the beginning of the 14th day; He and His disciples went out before midnight, the death angel came and as the true lamb, He asked for death to pass-over the disciples (let these go), and He was taken and killed.

After the Passover meal was finished Yeshua confirmed the Everlasting Covenant anew (now includes house of Judah, house of Israel and the nations through the gospel, etc.), with many that was with Him – not just the 12. The remembrance and observation of this confirmation through His blood and body now depend on us now, not a set date, it is as often as we choose to do it.

1 Corinthians 11’s context was not Passover day. It was believers coming together at someone’s home, and some ate too much, and some drank too much (and the grape juice got them drunk…lol). The communion/Lord’s Supper is to be observed regularly in the right manner, and don’t forget to “discern” the body: on it was laid our curses; sin, sickness, poverty, and death.

And by the way, yes 70 sevens (week) is 70 sevens, YHWH was not teaching “new math”.


Moose April 18, 2017 at 2:39 pm


The 70 weeks are not yet fulfilled; how can it be when the it’s end involves bringing an end to sin and setting up an everlasting kingdom?
Again, it is a time line (complicated but not so much) calculated from Nebuchadnezzar through the birth and death of Jesus/ preaching of the gospel to the nations/ satan taking over and ruling over for the last 3.5 yrs (which is figurative) the end which is 2300 AD.


David April 18, 2017 at 2:52 pm

If a 70 week prophecy is not fulfilled in 70 weeks, it is invalid. We know that the 70 weeks started when the Jews were empowered to rebuild the temple and city, so we know that the 70 weeks were fulfilled.

Maybe you should actually read the studies before expressing your opinion.

Messiah fulfilled all that was defined in Daniel 9:24.

Regarding, To make an end of sins.

No man can stop sinning, so it’s impossible that the Jews could make an end of sins.

Let’s now look at how Messiah made an end of sins.

“The next day John saw Jesus coming toward him, and said, “Behold! The Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world!” John 1:29

“For the death that He died, He died to sin once for all; but the life that He lives, He lives to God.” Romans 6:10

“For the law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus has made me free from the law of sin and death. For what the law could not do in that it was weak through the flesh, God did by sending His own Son in the likeness of sinful flesh, on account of sin: He condemned sin in the flesh,” Romans 8:2-3

“For then must he often have suffered since the foundation of the world: but now once in the end of the world hath he appeared to put away sin by the sacrifice of himself.” Hebrews 9:26

“Christ was offered once to bear the sins of many. To those who eagerly wait for Him He will appear a second time, apart from sin, for salvation.” Hebrews 9:28

“And every priest stands ministering daily and offering repeatedly the same sacrifices, which can never take away sins. But this Man, after He had offered one sacrifice for sins forever, sat down at the right hand of God.” Hebrews 10:11-12

“This is the covenant that I will make with them after those days, says the Lord: I will put My laws into their hearts, and in their minds I will write them,” then He adds, “Their sins and their lawless deeds I will remember no more.” Hebrews 10:16-17

“For Christ also suffered once for sins, the just for the unjust, that He might bring us to God, being put to death in the flesh but made alive by the Spirit.” 1 Peter 3:18

“And you know that He was manifested to TAKE AWAY OUR SINS, and in Him there is no sin.”1 John 3:5

Messiah setup His Father’s kingdom in the 1st century, which has been expanding ever since. Did He not say that the Kingdom is at hand?


Stephen Rodgers April 25, 2017 at 12:35 am

“My Kingdom is not of this world” John 18:36 The Kingdom of Earth is Jehovah’s, a cruel brutal God. “I Jehovah am a man of war” Exodus 15:3> The opposite of the Loving Father of Jesus that says “Love your enemies” “who cares for a sparrow that falls to the ground.”
The Prophecies of Daniel are twofold, [the 7 years are split into two]one relates to the life of Jesus on Earth as in the above accurate account, secondly the break in that 7 years, gives the final three and a half years the events that lead [2017 June to 2019 June] to the next super power being Israel who will reign for a 1000 years after the collapse of the present world order in an Armageddon of a Nuclear war lasting three and a half years. The man of sin is a Jew, who have controlled the world since Egypt under Joseph Babylon under Daniel and Rome through an apostate Christianity inspired by Judaism, under the Pope who is also secretly a Jew.This world is not our Kingdom…but the Kingdom of Heaven.


David April 25, 2017 at 12:50 am

The 70 weeks of Daniel prophecy defined three time periods of 7 weeks, 62 weeks and 1 week. There is no text which states that there is a time break in the middle of the 70th week. And besides that, if a 70 week prophecy is not fulfilled in 70 weeks, it’s invalid.

As for the supposed 3 1/2 years in the end times; Daniel and John were pointing to the 1,260 year reign of the Popes of Rome, who fulfill Bible prophecy as the Little Horn of Daniel 7, the Son of Perdition of 2 Thessalonians 2, and the antichrist beast of Revelation 13.

As for the end times super power, it is the Jesuits of Rome, who rose to power out of the Roman Catholic Church. They covertly control America, and almost every nation in the world; except Syria, Iran and North Korea; which is why those countries are being demonized, to justify military action against them.


Luke April 29, 2017 at 6:00 am

Hey David,

How can we be sure the 1290 days between the sacrifice ending and the abomination of desolation being set up mentioned in Daniel 12:11 doesn’t refer to the time between the sacrifices ending halfway through the week and abomination in Daniel 9:27? Seems like this connection makes logical sense.


David April 29, 2017 at 4:53 pm

Luke, Daniel 12:11 says that there will be 1,290 days between the sacrifices ending and the abomination of desolation being setup. Messiah’s death in 31 A.D. as the Passover Lamb ended the need for temple sacrifices, but the Jews did not stop making them. And we know that the abomination of desolation did not occur 3 1/2 years later. So those two timelines do not connect.

The first division of the Roman army, the abomination of desolation, appeared 1,290 days prior to the Roman army flooding the city, killing the remaining Jews, and destroying the temple; which ended the ability to make temple sacrifices.

I hope that clarifies it for you. Bible prophecy can be confusing because there are 3 1/2 year periods in Daniel 7, in Daniel 12, and several times in Revelation; but they point to different periods of fulfillment.


Luke April 29, 2017 at 6:13 pm

Hey thanks for the response. I’ve been through this stuff in detail and I understand the proposed fulfillments behind the two and that the two timelines don’t connect. That’s my question in a nutshell is how can we say for certain these are referring to the two separate sacrifice ending events? We know the abomination referred to is the same event. We also know that this did not happen 1290 days after the crucifixion.

1. There is a detail in the original wording I am missing that would lead me to believe 9:27 and 12:11 refer to the 2 different sacrifice ending events noted.

2. Daniel 9:27 does not apply to the crucifixion, but the ending of sacrifice in 70AD

Not trying to be difficult, I just think this is a valid question. Do you at least see my point? Why would we assume the context changes in 12:11 and is referring to a different event? Is it just solely because that’s how it fits best with history? Seems like 12:11 and 9:27 logically would refer to the same thing.


David April 29, 2017 at 6:35 pm

I’m not totally seeing your point, but I understand the confusion, as there is 7 years in the 70th week; which is split into two parts essentially, as Messiah died at the midpoint.

Daniel 9:27 is proclaiming that the need for temple sacrifices would end at Messiah’s death, which was confirmed when the temple curtain was torn in two. So we know that Messiah fulfilled Daniel 9:27, in 31 A.D.

But the Jews kept making sacrifices, and that would only be stopped when the temple was destroyed, which is what Daniel 9:26 foretold.

So there are two events about the temple sacrifices ending: Messiah’s sacrificial death, which stopped the need for them; and Messiah sending the Roman army to destroy the temple, which stopped them physically from taking place.

The first parts of Daniel 9:26 and 27 point to what would happen in the 70th week of Daniel. The latter parts of those verses pointed to the desolation of the temple, city and Jews; and effectively the end of the Jewish nation; as most of them had rejected their promised Messiah.


Luke April 29, 2017 at 10:23 pm

I completely follow your explanation, but how these were fulfilled is not my question. I’ll try one more time to lay out what I’m asking more clearly.

Daniel 9:27 KJV

And 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, and for the overspreading of abominations he shall make it desolate, even until the consummation, and that determined shall be poured upon the desolate.

(We have a sacrifice being taken away directly followed by the desolation)

Daniel 12:11 KJV

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.

(We have a sacrifice being taken away directly followed by the desolation but this adds a timeframe between the events)

Now, try to pretend you are reading Daniel for the first time and remove any preconceived notions of what fulfills these. What makes us safe to assume the context changes and 12:11 refers to the Romans taking away the sacrifice while 9:27 refers to Messiah taking away the need for sacrifice based on the details of the TEXT ONLY?

Again, don’t mean to nitpick, but if I was a student learning this for the first time I think it’s an obvious question, and I don’t have a good answer other than that’s how it fits best while keeping our interpretation of the 70 weeks in place.

Overall I’ve really enjoyed your sites, and you have a lot of good info on these. Thanks for putting all this work in. Would love to ask some other unrelated questions I have sometime to get your take.

Locksley June 3, 2017 at 3:12 pm

Hi again guys.
May I just add a couple of things?
Watch for context change and the missing parentheses.

1. Daniel 9 and Daniel 12 are not the same context nor vision:
Daniel 9:1 In the first year of Darius the son of Ahasuerus, of the seed of the Medes…
Daniel 10:1 In the third year of Cyrus king of Persia a thing was revealed unto Daniel… (this one continues through 12).

2. The scriptures are written “parenthetically”, meaning some explanation, or relevance are interjected into a passage, that is why we need to rightly divide the Word. Example: Ephesians 6 – put an open parenthesis after “the whole armor of God” in verse 13, and close parenthesis after “the sword of the Spirit” in verse 17 and you will see what “the whole armor of God” is.

Diane May 25, 2017 at 12:08 am

Hey David, Unfortunately even if you give scriptures of proof, there are those that will not accept it, you are absolutely right, the 70th week has been fulfilled with our Lord Jesus Christ. If one reads the scripture carefully, you see there is No rapture of the church spoken of, no mention of an anti-christ, and there is only one that can put an end to sacrificing, and Jesus did it at the cross. It takes studying, but more importantly when the truth is given to you, learn to accept it.
Thank You!


David May 25, 2017 at 1:33 am

Hey Diane 🙂 Yeah, sadly, the programming of the enemy has caused people to think that they know the script of the 70th week of Daniel, so it’s hard to helped them see what Scripture is really saying. I just post the truth for those who are seeking it, and are Spirit led. Keep learning and growing in The Way! David


george July 1, 2017 at 8:09 am

after reading your article, and opening up different translations of the text in English i was skeptical in your analysis. However, i pulled up the Greek Septuagint with a more modern greek translation and sure enough, there is NO EMPHASIS of a “archtype antichrist” in vs 26. As for verse 27, although the LXX doesn’t specifically refer to Christ but a male gender, in the modern Greek translation it is interpreted as the Christ.
Δαν. 9,26 (LXX) καὶ μετὰ τὰς ἑβδομάδας τὰς ἑξηκονταδύο ἐξολοθρευθήσεται χρῖσμα, καὶ κρίμα οὐκ ἔστιν ἐν αὐτῷ· καὶ τὴν πόλιν καὶ τὸ ἅγιον διαφθερεῖ σὺν τῷ ἡγουμένῳ τῷ ἐρχομένῳ καὶ ἐκκοπήσονται ἐν κατακλυσμῷ, καὶ ἕως τέλους πολέμου συντετμημένου τάξει ἀφανισμοῖς.
Δαν. 9,26 ( modern) Μετά δε την παρέλευσιν των εξήντα δύο εβδομάδων ετών, θα θανατωθή ο χριστός. Κυρίου, ο Σωτήρ, χωρίς να υπάρχη καμμία απολύτως αμαρτία και αιτία θανάτου δι’ αυτόν. Η πόλις της Ιερουσαλήμ και ο άγιος ναός θα καταστραφούν μαζή με τους ηγουμένους, τους άρχοντας της εποχής εκείνης. Οι κάτοικοι θα κατακλυσθούν από συμφοράς και ένας ξένος λαός θα αναλάβη πάλεμον κατά του Ισραήλ, μέχρι δε τέλους του πολέμου θα επιφέρη φοβεράς καταστροφάς και τρομερούς αφανισμούς.
Δαν. 9,27 (LXX) καὶ δυναμώσει διαθήκην πολλοῖς, ἑβδομὰς μία· καὶ ἐν τῷ ἡμίσει τῆς ἑβδομάδος ἀρθήσεταί μου θυσία καὶ σπονδή, καὶ ἐπὶ τὸ ἱερὸν βδέλυγμα τῶν ἐρημώσεων, καὶ ἕως τῆς συντελείας καιροῦ συντέλεια δοθήσεται ἐπὶ τὴν ἐρήμωσιν.
Δαν. 9,27 (modern) Κατά μίαν εβδομάδα ετών ο Χριστός θα συνάψη και θα καταστήση ισχυράν και έγκυρον μίαν νέον διαθήκην. Κατά δε το μέσον της εβδομάδος αυτής, που θα προσφερθή η μεγάλη θυσία του λυτρωτού Χριστού, θα τεθή οριστικόν πλέον τέρμα εις τας παλαιάς θυσίας και σπονδάς. Εις δε τον ναόν μου και τον λαόν του Ισραήλ, θα εισέλθουν βδελυραί δυνάμεις καταστροφής και ερημώσεως. Τέρμα δε εις την καταστροφήν θα τεθή όταν συμπληρωθή ο ωρισμένος χρόνος.
This is great work you are doing here. Yah bless!


george July 1, 2017 at 8:16 am

in fact in vs 26, “Η πόλις της Ιερουσαλήμ και ο άγιος ναός θα καταστραφούν μαζή με τους ηγουμένους, τους άρχοντας της εποχής εκείνης” it refers SPECIFICALLY that Jerusalem and the Temple will be destroyed by the the leader (Archon) of THAT PARTICULAR TIME/Era/seson (i.e. the Roman Empire)! Praise God, this is an amazing revelation to me. thank you


David July 1, 2017 at 6:33 pm

So the leader, Archon, is pointing to the prince in Daniel 9:26?

It’s really interesting to see how the Greek Septuagint reads in that verse. It’s proclaiming that Messiah caused the desolation of the city and temple, via the Roman army.

And after the sixty-two weeks, the anointed one shall be destroyed, and there is no judgment in him: and he shall destroy the city and the sanctuary with the prince that is coming: they shall be cut off with a flood, and to the end of the war which is rapidly completed he shall appoint the city to desolations.”

And all of that matches up with Messiah’s Olivet Discourse, where He foretold the signs that would lead to the desolation of the temple, city and Jews; by the Roman army.


george July 2, 2017 at 9:03 am

the prince is the archon. the english translation says prince and in the greek lxx it says the leader that is coming translated to modern greek as archon. i actually found your study series searching if the tribulation started with the destruction of the temple. becuase i also believe that the olivet discourse was fullfilled in 70ad. if you have time david please contact me on email as there are a few things id like your insight on. thank you.


David July 1, 2017 at 6:26 pm

Thank you for sharing your insight George! May Yah bless you richly! David


Fauvette July 7, 2017 at 7:05 am

Yahuah Bless you Abundantly David.
You were named after an amazing King, and he too faced many difficulties but he had the truth as you do. Be brave and courageous.
I have copied and typed up nearly all your articles and share them with those who do not have a computer. I am nearly 73 and you and others have left me and my husband Antony full of joy and peace. We were SDA’s but no more. We belong to our Yahuah and our Blessed Saviour Yahusha Messiah. Halleluyah AMEN Fauvette Amos


David July 7, 2017 at 2:21 pm

Thank you for your kind words Fauvette! I’m blessed to know that the 70th week of Daniel has helped you and your husband! The concept of a futuristic 70th week of Daniel is the foundation of the enemy’s end-time deceptions. Keep learning and growing in The Way! May Yahuah bless you richly! David


Ben July 21, 2017 at 4:26 pm


I have a question regarding Yashua’s earthly ministry which seems to be an important element to the fulfillment of the 70th week of Daniel. What is the Scriptural proof that Yashua’s ministry was 3 1/2 years? I cant find any Scriptural basis for 3 1/2 years? It seems that if you do a chronological study you cannot get to 3 1/2 years. I know it’s something I’ve always been taught/told but I don’t want to just assume any longer that it’s accurate. So where did this idea originate since it seems to be widely accepted as factual?

Thank you


David July 21, 2017 at 5:04 pm

Ben, the foundation of that is based on Daniel 9:26-27, which proclaims that the covenant would be confirmed with the Jews for seven years; and that Messiah would be killed at the midpoint of the seven years.

From that we can deduce that Messiah and His disciples preached the Gospel to the Jews during the first 3.5 years, before Messiah was killed. And then the disciples preached to the Jews, that Messiah died as the Passover Lamb and rose again; for the remaining 3.5 years; so that the Gospel was preached to the Jews exclusively for seven years. Then after that it was also preached to the Gentile nations.

Messiah would have been 30 years old, which is the tradition age for someone to start teaching, in the fall of year 27 A.D. Messiah died in the Spring of 31 A.D., which is 3.5 years later; so we have a match.


David April 29, 2017 at 11:05 pm

Luke, we can prove out that the 70th week of Daniel was fulfilled from 27-34 A.D. Daniel 9:27 is talking about Messiah. Messiah’s ministry took place from 27-31 A.D. It states that He shall cause the sacrifices to stop. The text says that this would take place in the middle of the 70th week of Daniel. And we know that the Father confirmed this when the temple curtain was torn in two.

The events that are described in Daniel 12 can be proven to have been fulfilled from 66-70 A.D. The abomination of desolation took place in 66 A.D. The temple sacrifices were stopped permanently in 70 A.D.

I really don’t know how to explain it any better than that.

If you have questions, just comment on the appropriate study, and I’m happy to answer.

Keep learning and growing in The Way!


David June 4, 2017 at 3:11 am

I’m not sure what I’ve written to indicate that Daniel 9 and Daniel 12 are the same vision, but they are related.

Daniel 9 foretold that the promised Messiah would appear in the 70th week, and that He would be killed 1/2 way through the 7 years. The punishment for the Jews delivering Him up to be crucified was that the ‘people of the prince’, the Roman army of Prince Titus, would cause the desolation of the temple and city and Jews.

In the Olivet Discourse Messiah described the sign of the Abomination of Desolation, which was fulfilled in 66 A.D., when the first division of the Roman army surrounded Jerusalem.

Daniel 12 foretold that there would be 1,290 days between the Abomination of Desolation, and the army flooding into the city. The Romans flooded the city in 70 A.D., 1290 days after the sign.

The Roman siege lasted for 45 days, fulfilling the 1,335 days of Daniel 12. Here is the study that proves it out.


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