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Jehovah's Witnesses believe Daniel chapter 4 has a dual fulfillment. The first fulfillment is given in the chapter itself as Nebuchadnezzar loses and regains power. The second fulfillment is in the destruction of Jerusalem in 607 B.C.E by Nebuchadnezzar and the restoration of God's Kingdom in Heaven in 1914 C.E., 2520 years later. There are several reasons ...


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There does not seem to be one view. It is taken either as having a “temporal” significance or an “eschatological” one by Amillenials. The Non-Millenarian View [1] This takes us to the third point, and that is the meaning of the phrase “until the full number of the Gentiles has come in” (v. 25). Most commentators agree that Paul’s use of “until”...


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Is Covid-19 one of the seals of Revelation 6? As of the present moment (March 29,2020), it is too soon to say. But most Christians doubt it. This probably not a good question for this site. The Covid-19 situation is a rapidly changing event and as such can not be truly evaluated until it has run it’s course. As for if it’s connection to biblical prophecy, ...


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Daniel's prophecies are the clearest, because they can be used to count years. However, another way to measure time is by generations. Note how in Matthew 1, the writer of the Gospel makes this curious statement: 17 Thus there were fourteen generations in all from Abraham to David, fourteen from David to the exile to Babylon, and fourteen from the ...


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Yes, it is 490 years to the exact day from the day Ezra left Babylon to return to rebuild Jerusalem, 3rd April 458 BC, as spoken of in Ezra 7 verse 9 to the Day of Resurrection, 3rd April 33 AD using the Gregorian Calendar. The standard work on the dates of New Moons (and hence 1st day of month) for the years 626 BC to AD 75, is "Babylonian Chronology - ...


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