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by David on June 7, 2016

If you have questions about a particular 70th Week Of Daniel 9 study, please read the related studies, as they might answer your question.

If you disagree with an explanation, please provide scriptural evidence for your position.

Just saying that you disagree, or that your Pastor or a top radio/TV preacher teaches differently, is not enough.

For we must rely on scripture and the historical fulfillment of prophecy, not on speculations that have no proof.

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Molly December 8, 2016 at 7:55 pm

Hi David,
You have really done your homework! LOL! I was wondering if you have any information online about the Ezekiel 37 prophesy that is used very often when referring to the Jews returning to their homeland. Since I know you believe that the modern state of Israel is illegitimate, I’m sure this would be an interesting and eye opening topic for many people including me. Also, just curious how the Gregorian calendar plays a role in determining fulfilled dates for prophesy? Since the calendar changed, is it difficult to determine dates or years?


David December 9, 2016 at 2:03 am

Hi Molly, thank you for your comment! I don’t have a study on Ezekiel 37, but it seems to point to Messiah who joined the House of Israel and the House of Judah back into one House, so it was fulfilled at Messiah’s first advent.

Here is a study the shows that the regathering of the House of Israel already happened. They lived in Galilee where Messiah spent most of His time. He declared that He came for the House of Israel.

The Gregorian calendar provides a reference to explain the fulfillment of prophecy, so it doesn’t really present a challenge. Not sure that answers your question, but I haven’t seen that it presents a problem.

Keep learning and growing in The Way!


Molly December 11, 2016 at 7:16 pm

Hi David,
About the Gregorian calendar question I had…I was asking if the dates of prophesy fulfillment are difficult to pinpoint since the calendar used during the time of the prophesies was God’s lunar calendar and the new year is different than the Gregorian calendar. Also I learned that the Gregorian calendar added 12 days.
On to another topic…I’m curious how you handle Christmas? Say hypothetically if your mother has the whole family together for dinner and presents? Do you attend or skip or how does one handle the new revelation that Christmas is a pagan practice wrapped up in a Christian package? 😉 I’m feeling a bit alone in this so I’m very grateful for your comments!
Thank you!!


Lonny March 17, 2017 at 12:38 am

OK! All I see here is an attempt to get us to believe that the 70th week has already occurred. I’m game! So let’s say that it has. I would guess that Stephen was most like stoned no later than 70 AD (Acts 7:54-60). So if the 70th week has been fulfilled, then where does that put us today? Where are we now? I can see that we (here in the US) dodged a bullet (or did we?) when Hillary was defeated! But where are we in God’s time-line? If the 70th week has been done, then what are we to be looking forward to or looking out for? It certainly isn’t the thousand year reign of Christ,yet! People like the Clinton’s give us clear proof that evil is alive and prospering! What say, yeah?


David March 17, 2017 at 1:14 am

Lonny, how are you seeing that 39 years passed from when Messiah was crucified in 31 A.D., until Stephen was stoned to death? What are you basing that on?

As for where we are now in regard to prophecy fulfillment, here is a Revelation Fulfillment Summary, that shows what has been fulfilled during the last 1,900 years; where we are at now on the fulfillment timeline, and what will happen next as we await Messiah’s return.


Lonny March 17, 2017 at 2:01 am

[Lonny, how are you seeing that 39 years passed from when Messiah was crucified in 31 A.D., until Stephen was stoned to death? What are you basing that on?]

That’s a guesstimation. I did say that Stephen was “most likely” stoned no later than 70 AD. Taking into account Jesus was crucified in 31 AD, then he had to have been stoned past 31 AD and couldn’t have lived a full ripe old age, so guessing he could not have lived past 70 Ad is a guesstimation.

You’re getting off the point with my “Stephen” comment. Your second paragraph has gotten back to point. Thanks, I DL’d the PDf version and will examine it.


Roland August 9, 2017 at 5:51 pm

Hello David,
I am extremely blessed by your website content and the facts you have presented mirror my own research and study. I have a question on a topic and would like your opinion. Please email me brother.

Bless you for all your are doing in presenting the truth in this day of great deception!


David August 9, 2017 at 6:08 pm

Hello Roland. I’m blessed to know that the studies have helped you!

I sent you an email, to ask your question.

Blessings to you,


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