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70 Weeks Prophecy–Fulfilled!

Most Biblical scholars who view the Scriptures as the word of God do not believe Daniel’s Seventy Weeks Prophecy is fulfilled. They think that the final week of years has been completely separated from the preceding sixty-nine weeks. In this study I hope to show beyond doubt that this understanding is not true. Daniel records that seventy weeks are determined upon the Jews and the holy city (Jerusalem). In other words the seventy weeks will be complete once those things are done that the Lord says will take seventy weeks to fulfill. I’ll begin by quoting the verse in each specific study, and I will discuss each phrase of this Scripture, until we have looked at the whole matter that the angel said was determined upon the Jews and Jerusalem. Remember, if the whole is fulfilled, then the Seventy Weeks Prophecy must, of necessity, be fulfilled. There is no other way of looking at this prophecy. If this is so, we have absolutely no reason to look for a future “strong man” to make a deal with the Jews that would set off a future 7 year period.

Each study below represents six works of God as prophesied in Daniel 9:24. Showing each work has been fulfilled should manifest that the Seventy Weeks Prophecy is complete. The idea that we wait for the future fulfillment of the final 7 years (or the final week of years) is a false doctrine, yet it is believed by the majority of evangelical believers. We need to examine what we believe to make sure it is within the apostolic faith. More care is needed to make sure we are not adding to the word of God, which we are effectively doing when we preach a doctrine the apostles never preached. May all of God’s children consider these things and submit to him rather than the words of mere men.

 

5 responses to “70 Weeks Prophecy–Fulfilled!

  1. Chad Ray

    April 22, 2012 at 09:21

    Ed,
    After studying about Paul, I thought I would come back and look around. Your description of God,Jesus,Holy Spirit was wonderful. I have never liked to hear “the three persons of the trinity. Have you ever heard of Micheal Servetus? I am sorry for changing topics . I could not believe the responses to that article. I am sorry you’ve had to put up with such nonsense. Anyway I thought this 70 weeks issue will be a disappointment. I was wrong ! I have not read any further than this intro, but I am so glad to have found your site. The 70 week prophecy is so accurate and telling of Jesus!
    Chad

     
    • Ed Bromfield

      April 23, 2012 at 11:22

      Hi Chad, and thank you so much for your encouraging remarks. It is a bit difficult for me to type just now; I spent a few days in the hospital after an operation on my neck. I’ll reply to you later, maybe in a few days.

      Lord bless

      Eddie

       
    • Ed Bromfield

      April 24, 2012 at 09:28

      Hi Chad, I am recuperating pretty well, so until my wife objects, I’ll answer a few comments to my blogs. I have heard of Michael Servetus. A young man on a discussion board I used to frequent used an image of him as his icon. He once told me that Michael was his hero. He mentioned him, I believe for the same reason you do, to say that my understanding of the Godhead is similar to his. I don’t know if it is or not, because I haven’t read any of his works.

      People can get very emotional when discussing their faith. I try not to, but occasionally I do and end up having to apologize.

      I am glad you are enjoying my blog, but a word of warning, I am bound to disappoint you on some topic, but I do appreciate your kind words here.

      Lord bless you Chad,

      Eddie

       
    • Chad Ray

      April 25, 2012 at 00:21

      Eddie,
      Thanks for the response . I am glad you are doing a little better. My faith is in Jesus, He never disappoints! I’ve made many apologies in my day.
      I don’t seem to find too many people searching for the truth. I am relatively new to modern technology. I struggle with writing. I don’t struggle with searching for the truth. I have found a lot of truth in your writings.
      Chad

       
    • Ed Bromfield

      April 25, 2012 at 05:46

      Thank you Chad. Your kind encouraging words mean more than I can say. May the Lord bless your reading. :-)

      Eddie

       

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