Jesus answered them and GAVE THEM THE SIGN: “When ye therefore shall see the ABOMINATION OF DESOLATION, spoken of by Daniel the prophet, stand in the holy place, (whoso readeth, let him understand:)...” Mark reported: “But when ye shall see the ABOMINATION OF DESOLATION, spoken of by Daniel the prophet, standing where it ought not, (let him that readeth understand)” Luke's Report TELLS US PLAINLY what we're supposed to "UNDERSTAND": “And WHEN YE SHALL SEE JERUSALEM COMPASSED WITH ARMIES, THEN KNOW that the DESOLATION THEREOF is nigh.” The END-TIME ANNIHILATION of JERUSALEM IS THE ABOMINATION OF DESOLATION!! (Mat 24:15, Luk 21:20, Mar 13:14) ..... Let's TURN ON THE NEWS and see if armies are CURRENTLY surrounding Jerusalem?? --clark

More on 1967 (at the six day war) was start of a Jubilee

on 9 Apr 2010 Zach Callear wrote: I've a little over halfway through a series of 12 10-minute videos.

http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=CF64A57988BB597F

This guy goes through his presentation he's made, and has said some very interesting things so far, seeming to prove that 1967 (at the six day war) was indeed the start of a Jubilee, that 2010 is indeed the beginning of the tribulation.  It also says that the the 70 weeks of Daniel in 9:25 ("...from the going forth of the commandment to restore and to build Jerusalem unto the Messiah the Prince shall be seven weeks, and threescore and two weeks") are actually referring to 70 occurrences of the Feast of Weeks, which would work out to years.  The "
commandment to restore and to build Jerusalem" happened in 1947.  70 Feasts of Weeks later, in 2017, the Messiah returns.

Anyway, I extremely highly recommend you watch this video series, whether or not he ends up coming up with your exact dates.  Everything he says makes total sense, and it's a very well thought out presentation.  He hasn't said anything so far that seemed to be pulled out of nowhere as far as I can tell.  It all seems to be based on the Bible and on actual historical events.

One of the things that really strikes me, possibly more than anything in the rest of it, is when he talks about the days of Noah.  In Genesis 6:3, it says "And the LORD said, My spirit shall not always strive with man, for that he also is flesh: yet his days shall be an hundred and twenty years."  He goes through and points out that based on the other dates given, such as the ages of Noah's children at various times, he did not, according to the Bible, take 120 years to build the ark, as is pretty commonly believed as what God meant by 120 years.  This guy believes God meant 120 Jubilee years, or 6000 years.  He also points out that at 40 Jubilees from the beginning, we got Abraham.  40 Jubilee years later, we got Jesus, and 40 Jubilee years later, we get the second coming of Jesus, for a total of 120 Jubilee years that man's days shall be.

There's much more that he's said, but it's better that you just hear his presentation from the beginning.  He goes through the whole thing in baby steps.---zach


Clark's NOTE:  see also:
  • Liberation of the Temple Mount and Western Wall
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