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Answer to 2300 days.
« on: Sun Sep 28, 2014 - 16:50:27 »
Before I get into the 2300 days of Dan.8:14, let’s examine the context of the verses that come before.

Dan.8:5, the goat with a great horn between his eyes (Alexander.)  Ver.6, He came to the ram with two horns (Medes and Persians)

Ver.7, the goat (Alexander) broke the horns of the ram (Medes and Persians) and destroyed the ram.

Ver.8, the goat became great and when he was strong, his power (horn) was broken (Alexander died.) Up from it came up 4 conspicuous ones and went to the north, south, east and west.

Ver.9, “Out of one of the 4 came a little (lesser) horn = (power) which grew exceeding great, (expanded its rule and became strong) toward the south and toward the east and toward Israel. After King Selencus defeated the other three Generals and took their land, the last being Lysimachus he consolidated Alexander’s Empire.

Alexander born 356 B.C. and died June 13, 323 B.C.

Four generals after Alexander, Selencus 1, went to the east, obtaining Syria, Babylonia, Media etc. the little horn of Dan.8:9 who waxed great.

Casander went to the West, Macedon, Thessaly, Greece;

Ptolemy went to the south, Egypt, Cyprus, etc.

Lysimachus went to the North, Thrace, Cappadocia, and the north parts of Asia Minor.

When each took their portion of their kingdoms, each became a King.

Selencus born 354   Died 280 B.C. + he consolidated Empire in 281 B.C.

Selencus 1 surnamed Nicator, the first in this line, was the son of Antiochus a distinguished officer in the service of Philip of Macedon (Alexander’s father). He was born about 358 – died 280 B.C.

Selencus was one of the conspirators against Perdiccas  and in the second partition of the provinces of Alexander the Great’s kingdom, obtained Babylonia, to which, with the aid of Antigonus, he subsequently added Susiana; but a misunderstanding with the powerful chief having arisen, Selecus called theos meaning God, took refuge in Egypt (316 B.C.) The victory gained by Ptolemy over Antigonus’s son, Demetrius at Gaza having laid open the route to the East, Seleucus returned to his satrap, (a governor of a province in ancient Persia. A satrap is a subordinate ruler, meaning protector of the dominion.) amidst the joyous congratulations of his subjects 312 B.C.

From 10/1/312, the date of Seleucus’s return to Babylon commences the era of the Seleucidce. Having next recovered Susiana he conquered Media, and extended his power to the Oxus and Indus. Of his compaign against Sandrocottus there are few details. In 306 B.C. he assumed the regal title; and four years afterwards, joined the confederacy of Ptolemy, Lysimachus, and Cassander (three other Generals in Alexander’s army) against the now formidable Antigonus.  He winning the battle of Ipsus 301 B.C. chiefly by his cavalry and elephants.  Now after Antigonus’s death, the most powerful of Alexander’s successors Seleucus obtained the largest share in the conquered kingdom, a great part of Asia Minor and the whole of Syria falling to him.

Towards the close of his reign, war broke out with Demetrius (now his father in law) and afterwards with Lysimachus king of Thrace and the other part of Asia Minor, both contests terminated in the defeat and death of his opponents, and being followed by the acquisition of the rest of Asia Minor, 281 B.C.

Seleucus was assassinated 280 B.C. by Ptolemy Ceraunus. Concerning Seleucus’s  it is said he was the most upright of Alexander’s generals. Of his consummate generalship and political talents he pursued with great zeal the plan of “Hellenizing” the East, by founding numerous Greek and Macedonian colonies in various parts of his dominions; he also built numerous cities, several of which are Antioch in Syria, and Selencia on the Tigris.

Antiochus 1 Selecus: Born 324, died 262 B.C. King of the Selecucid kingdom of ancient Syria, who ruled 292 – 280 in the East, and 280 -  262  B.C. over the whole kingdom. He consolidate his kingdom and encouraged the founding of Greek cities. After Alexanders death 

Antiochus Epiphanes born ????? died 164 B.C.

Again; the four generals of Alexander’s army. (4 notable ones.)

Selencus 1, went to the east, obtaining Syria, Babylonia, Media etc. the little horn of Dan.8:9 who waxed great.

Casander went to the West, Macedon, Thessaly, Greece;

Ptolemy went to the south, Egypt, Cyprus, etc.

Lysimachus went to the North, Thrace, Cappadocia, and the north parts of Asia Minor.

Selencus’s son, Antiochus 1 Soter born 324 Died 262. Took power after his father was assassinated in 280 or 281 B.C., 62 when he died.

Following is the geneology of the son and grand sons etc. of Selencus.

Antiochus 2, called (theos interpreted in Greek, God) born 287 died 246 he was 21 years old. He organized an empire-wide cult, as suggested by his ephitet, Theos (God.)

He was succeeded by his son Selecucus 2ed.

Antiochus III the son of Seleucus II. Born 242, died 187, was 55 when he died. The Romans drove him back into Asia Minor and defeated him in the battle of Magnesia.

Antiochus 4th Epiphanes. Born 215, died 164 B.C. King of the Hellenistic Syrian kingdom from 175 until 164 B.C. He was an able and popular ruler best known for his encouragement of Greek influences, during the course of which he inadvertently promoted the creation of the important independent Jewish state of the Maccabees, or Hasmoneans. He served as a hostage in Rome for 14 years after his father’s defeat (190—189) by the Romans. On his release he ousted the usurper Heliodorus and ascended the Syrian throne. He occupied almost all of Egypt in 169 and again in 168, but the Romans forced him to evacuate the kingdom. Antiochus then conquered the Jewish stronghold of Jerusalem and attempted to Hellenize the city. In 166, however, Judas Maccabeus raised the Jewish rebellion that eventually led to the formation of an independent Jewish state.

Antiochus Eupator; son of Antiochus Epiphanes, was nine years old when his father died and left him the kingdom of Syria.

Antiochus V. 173 – 162 B.C.  17-948.

Antiochus 7th Sidetes 159 – 129 Captured Jerusalem in 135-134. Razed Jerusalem’s walls. Hyrcanus was high priest and allowed religious autonomy.

Antiochus of Ascalon Born 130 120. Died 68 B.C.  The Seleucidae ceased to reign in 69 A.D.

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Answer to 2300 days.
« on: Sun Sep 28, 2014 - 16:50:27 »

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Re: Re: Answer to 2300 days.
« Reply #1 on: Sun Nov 02, 2014 - 14:36:22 »
"And he said unto me, Unto two thousand and three hundred days; then shall the sanctuary be cleansed" (Dan. 8.14).

I would like to point out there are always 2300 days from Passover to Tisha B'Av.

So once the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Temples have been completed by Passover there is are 2300 days from Passover to Tisha B'Av.

Starting the year before, every 7 out of 19 years, Feast of Trumpets to Tisha B'Av takes exactly 2,520 days or 7 x 360 or 84 months.

Tisha B'Av was when the 1st and 2nd Temples were destroyed. The 3rd Temple won't be destroyed as Rev. 11.2 says don't measure the court outside the Temple as the Temple remains unscathed when Israel is overrun during the coming Great Trib.

The other 12 out of 19 years there are 2,550 days (1260 + 1290) from Feast of Trumpets to Day of Atonement.

From 2022 to 2029 there are 2,550 days from Feast of Trumpets to Day of Atonement.

From 2015 to 2022 there are 2,520 days from Feast of Trumpets to Tisha B'Av.
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Re: Re: Re: Answer to 2300 days.
« Reply #2 on: Mon Nov 03, 2014 - 07:25:18 »
finestwheat wrote:

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"And he said unto me, Unto two thousand and three hundred days; then shall the sanctuary be cleansed" (Dan. 8.14).

I would like to point out there are always 2300 days from Passover to Tisha B'Av.


Do you mean, "from Passover to Tisha B'Av seven years later"?

When using the Jewish calendar, counting the months as lunar months of 29.53 days instead of 30 days gives more precision:

Days remaining after Passover 14 Nisan [March-April] = 15 days
Iyar     [April-May]  = 29.53 days
Sivan   [May-June] = 29.53 days
Tammuz     [June-July] = 29.53 days
9 Av  [July-August] = 9 days

15 + 3*29.53 +9  = 112.59 days

add 6 years: [4 years of 12 months + 2 years of 13 months]

4*12*29.53 + 2*13*29.53 + 112.59 = 2297.81 days.

Close to 2300 days, but not quite.

Invoking months of 30 days makes it worse:

15 + 4*12*30 + 2*13*30 + 3*30 + 9 = 2334 days

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So once the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Temples have been completed by Passover there is are 2300 days from Passover to Tisha B'Av.

Starting the year before, every 7 out of 19 years, Feast of Trumpets to Tisha B'Av takes exactly 2,520 days or 7 x 360 or 84 months.

Tisha B'Av was when the 1st and 2nd Temples were destroyed. The 3rd Temple won't be destroyed as Rev. 11.2 says don't measure the court outside the Temple as the Temple remains unscathed when Israel is overrun during the coming Great Trib.

The other 12 out of 19 years there are 2,550 days (1260 + 1290) from Feast of Trumpets to Day of Atonement.

From 2022 to 2029 there are 2,550 days from Feast of Trumpets to Day of Atonement.

From 2015 to 2022 there are 2,520 days from Feast of Trumpets to Tisha B'Av.



IMO, there is no good reason to connect the 2300 days with seven years. If interpreted as years, these days or 'evening-mornings' span 23 centuries. That represents the time from when the prophecy was given, the third year of Belshazzar, to 1750 AD, when the heavens were "cleansed," and men everywhere abandoned belief in rigid heavenly spheres, and the revolutions of the sky, and planetary spheres. The discoveries and pubications of Galileo, Kepler, Sir Isaac Newton and other astronomers were translated, and were widely accepted in the mid-eighteenth century.

The chart below illustrates the timelines of the 70 weeks of Dan. 9 and the 2,300 days of Dan. 8. The three sections of the 70 weeks correspond to the last three of the four periods of "seven times" in Lev. 26. In the final seven times, God is reconciled to his people. In the 70th week Christ confirms his covenant with many. This began with his earthly ministry, three and a half natural years. The last half-week is the symbolic time, times and a half, which began with the resurrection of Jesus, and extends to the end of the age. [Dan. 12:7]


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Re: Re: Re: Answer to 2300 days.
« Reply #3 on: Mon Nov 03, 2014 - 12:30:02 »
There are exactly 173,880 days (7 x 360 x 69) after which Jesus is cut off from the declaration to rebuild Jerusalem March 5, 444 BC (Neh. 2.1) to March 28, 33 AD (Monday, Nisan 10). The 4 day inspection of the lamb was March 28, 29, 30, 31. Jesus died on the cross April 1, 33 AD (Passover, Nisan 14). This is the Gregorian calendar.

Your day year theory is false. From the completion of the 3rd Temple by Passover 2023 there are 2300 days for the Temple to be cleansed to Tisha B'Av 2029 when the 1st and 2nd Temples were destroyed. There are exactly 2,550 days (1260+1290) from Feast of Trumpets Sept. 26, 2022 to Day of Atonement Sept. 19, 2029. Rev. 8 is the first 1260 days. Rev. 9 to 11 are the second 1260 days -- the Great Tribulation.

Jesus steps down on the mount of olives and judges the nations for 30 days more from the 1260th day to the 1290th day. Hence 2,550 days to the Day of Atonement. Then 45 days more to the 1335th day Jesus sets up Israel as the center of all nations from where He reigns in the 3rd Temple over the nations with His overcomers for 1000 years (Jude 14,15; Rev. 2.26,27; 20.4-6).

Daniel's final seven has not started yet. Jesus ministered for 3 years. There was no 7 year covenant at the time of Jesus. Just as all Daniel's sevens are continuous 2,520 days each so too is Daniel's final seven. Daniel says Messiah is cut off after the 69 sevens not 69.5 sevens.

"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" (Dan. 9.27).

Jesus does not make desolate. Antichrist makes desolate. One way you can realize you are wrong if you don't want to accept these facts is to realize the 3rd Temple must be completed by Passover 2023 so construction must begin no later than 2020 just as the $300 million Temple in Brazil took 4 years to build.

One of the main ways detractors can be shown to be false in their beliefs is when to their amazement they see the construction on the 3rd Temple begin.


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« Reply #4 on: Tue Nov 04, 2014 - 12:55:11 »
Not sure what that has to do with Dan. 8.14 but suffice it to say this verse says the Temple is cleansed after 2300 days so in 2023 Passover there are 2300 days to the end of the Tribulation to Tisha B'Av 2029. There is never an exception. There are always 2300 days from Passover to Tisha B'Av 6 years later. There are 7 x 360 or 2,520 days from Feast of Trumpets Sept. 26, 2022 to Day of Atonement Sept. 19, 2029. Apophis is April 13, 2029 (Matt. 24.30).

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« Reply #5 on: Tue Nov 04, 2014 - 13:00:19 »
Not sure what that has to do with Dan. 8.14 but suffice it to say this verse says the Temple is cleansed after 2300 days so in 2023 Passover there are 2300 days to the end of the Tribulation to Tisha B'Av 2029. There is never an exception. There are always 2300 days from Passover to Tisha B'Av 6 years later. There are 7 x 360 or 2,520 days from Feast of Trumpets Sept. 26, 2022 to Day of Atonement Sept. 19, 2029. Apophis is April 13, 2029 (Matt. 24.30).
 
"There is never an exception."

Um - you do know that the months vary in numbers of days from year to year, right? Kislev and Adar can have either 29 or 30 days


And there are leap months in some years? (adar 2) That adds another 30 days into the mix.


Year    Date of Rosh Hashanah     Number of Days in the year

5767   23 September 2006            355
5768   13 September 2007           383*
5769   30 September 2008           354
5770   19 September 2009           355
5771   9 September 2010             385*
5772   29 September 2011           354
5773   17 September 2012           353
5774   5 September 2013             385*
5775   25 September 2014           354
5776   14 September 2015           385*
5777   3 October 2016                 353
5778   21 September 2017           354
5779   10 September 2018          385*
5780   30 September 2019          355
5781   19 September 2020          353
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« Reply #6 on: Tue Nov 04, 2014 - 13:19:36 »
Um - you do know that the months vary in numbers of days from year to year, right? And there are leap months in some years? (adar 2)

Go check it out yourself. There are always 2300 days from Passover to Tisha B'Av. A day is always a day.

There are exactly 2300 days from Passover 2023 to Tisha B'Av 2029.
There are exactly 2,520 days 7 out of every 19 years from Feast of Trumpets to Tisha B'Av.
The other 12 out of 19 years there are 2,550 days from Feast of Trumpets to Day of Atonement.

There are 2,520 days from Feast of Trumpets Sept. 14, 2015 to Tisha B'Av Aug. 7, 2022.
There are 2,550 days from Feast of Trumpets Sept. 26, 2022 to Day of Atonement Sept. 19, 2029.

Not sure why these absolute facts would offend you.

Use a date duration program.

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« Reply #7 on: Wed Nov 05, 2014 - 19:06:30 »
the 2,300 days

I don't see the connection to your year-day theory. Nor has the Temple been cleansed at the end of your time.

Think how strange that would be if, for example, Daniel's sevens were not 7 x 360 days but years. From the declaration to rebuild Jerusalem there was seven sets of seven then another 62 sets of seven after which the Messiah would be cut off. That's 173,880 days, not 173,880 years, from Neh. 2.1 to Nisan 10, Monday, March 28, 33 AD (Gregorian) the very 1st day of the 4 day inspection of the lamb. Now that's exact! Lots of other passages in Scriptures would do much damage if your year-day theory was true.

There are exactly always 2300 days from Passover to Tisha B'Av. You should take notice of this fact. Besides, you admitted your approach is just a rough calculation which to my thinking is not very dependable.

God gives these precise markers I've outlined for you so you can be confident and don't go off on a wild goose chase with your aberrant ideas.
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« Reply #8 on: Wed Nov 05, 2014 - 22:01:34 »
2,300 days

We go by evidence. Nothing there to suggest 2300 years, any of your dates, or the Temple cleansed over 2300 years so it is 2300 days as there are always 2300 days from Passover to Tisha B'Av so shall it be within Daniel's final seven of 2,520 days. The year-day theory is arbitrary.

Tisha B'Av was when the 1st and 2nd Temples were destroyed, but the 3rd Temple won't be since Jesus will return to reign in the 3rd Temple on earth for 1000 years as Rev. 11.2 says measure the Temple indicating its protection, but measure not the court outside the Temple when Israel is overrun for a short period during the Great Tribulation.
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« Reply #9 on: Thu Nov 06, 2014 - 06:18:56 »
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Tisha B'Av was when the 1st and 2nd Temples were destroyed, but the 3rd Temple won't be since Jesus will return to reign in the 3rd Temple on earth for 1000 years as Rev. 11.2 says

That could be a 4th temple.  There is some kind of temple that the anti-messiah rules from during the Tribulation.  It is not clear that the Millenial temple and the Tribulation temple are the same.

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« Reply #10 on: Thu Nov 06, 2014 - 13:30:21 »
The 2300 days has no taken place because the Temple has not been cleansed. Construction on the 3rd Temple hasn't even started yet. But once the Temple is completed by Passover 2023 from Passover that year to Tisha B'Av in 2029 there are exactly 2300 days for the Temple to be cleansed. Tisha B'Av, as you know, was when the 1st and 2nd Temples were destroyed. But the 3rd Temple won't be destroyed as Rev. 11.2 says measure the Temple, but do not measure the court outside of the Temple, because Israel will be overrun for a short time during the Great Tribulation at the end of this age. The 3rd Temple, of course, is not destroyed because when Jesus returns at the end of Daniel's 70th seven, He reigns in the 3rd Temple for 1000 years over the nations (Rev. 2.26,27) with His overcomers (20.4-6), that is, believers that were spiritual and did not remain carnal, fleshly, lying on a bed of fornication.

The 5th Seal which occurs before the Tribulation starts reads, "And when he had opened the fifth seal, I saw under the altar the souls of them that were slain for the word of God [martyrs the past 20 centuries], and for the testimony which they held: And they cried with a loud voice, saying, How long, O Lord, holy and true, dost thou not judge and avenge our blood on them that dwell on the earth? And white robes were given unto every one of them [resurrected and raptured ahead of time for their righteousnesses]; and it was said unto them, that they should rest yet for a little season, until their fellowservants also and their brethren, that should be killed as they [were], should be fulfilled" (Rev. 6.9-11).

This 'little season' is the period of the Tribulation for many saints will be martyred during the Tribulation, primarily the Great Tribulation, the last 3 1/2 years. Hence, they are told to wait a little longer till the rest of their brethren are martyred during the Great Tribulation.

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« Reply #11 on: Thu Nov 06, 2014 - 23:07:03 »
There is no cleansed Temple with 2300 days as years, so the 2300 days will be during the Tribulation, during Daniel's 70th seven. The 70th seven is 2,520 like all Daniel's sevens. From Feast of Trumpets Sept. 26, 2022 to the Day of Atonement Sept. 19, 2029 there are 2,550 days. The 30 days more from the 1260th to the 1290th day (or 2,550th day) is for Jesus to judge the nations when He returns. And there are 2300 days from Passover 2023 to Tisha B'Av 2029 within the Tribulation period.
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« Reply #12 on: Fri Nov 07, 2014 - 12:07:12 »
What matters is the recognition there has been no Temple cleansed after 2300 days today. This is part of Daniel's final seven which is 2,520 days. The last 2300 days are towards the cleansing of the 3rd Temple when Jesus will reign in it for 1000 years.

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« Reply #13 on: Fri Nov 07, 2014 - 16:38:39 »
There has been no Temple cleansed at anytime since Dan. 8.14, but there will be at the end of the 7 year Tribulation at the end of this age when we will observe 2300 days from Passover 2023 to Tisha B'Av 2029. The Tribulation is from 2022 to 2029. Tisha B'Av was when the 1st and 2nd Temples were destroyed, but the 3rd Temple won't be destroyed, for Jesus will to reign in it for 1000 years on earth with His overcomers with a rod of iron. Praise the Lord!

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« Reply #14 on: Sat Nov 08, 2014 - 12:20:05 »
Since we can find no cleansed Temple in the past 2000 years we know the 2300 days pertains to the last 2300 days of the 2,520 days of the Tribulation. There are always 2300 days from Passover to Tisha B'Av. The only question then is when does the 7 year Tribulation start? The Tribulation can't begin before Rev. 6.12 (2010-15), but nor can it be a prolonged period more than Ps. 90.10 80 years from Matt. 24.32-33 1948. 80 + 1948 = 2028. Hence, we can anticipate a 7 year preparatory period after 2015 then the 2,550 days from Feast of Trumpets Sept. 26, 2022 to Day of Atonement Sept. 19, 2029 the year of Apophis April 13, 2029 (Matt. 24.30). Rebuke the year-day theory for the 173,880 days would be 173,880 years. How foolish! Under that scenario Jesus waits too long to return to earth for the regeneration of the world (Matt. 19.28).


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« Reply #15 on: Sat Nov 08, 2014 - 18:58:16 »
There has not been a cleansing of the Temple in the past 2000 years, so the 2300 days are the last 2300 days of the 2,520 of Daniel's seventieth seven. So that puts the 2300 days from Passover 2023 to Tisha B'Av 2029 when the 1st and 2nd Temples were destroyed. And the 7 year Tribulation with its 2,550 days (1260 + 1290) are Feast of Trumpets Sept. 26, 2022 to Day of Atonement Sept. 19, 2029. Jesus returns at the end of the 2,520 days of the Tribulation to reign over the nations in the cleansed Temple with His overcomers for 1000 years on earth. This is called the regeneration of the world (Matt. 19.28).


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« Reply #16 on: Sun Nov 09, 2014 - 14:14:11 »
We see no cleansed Temple the past 2000 years so the 2300 days has not started yet. Daniel's final seven is 2,520 days and there are 2300 days from Passover to Tisha B'Av. There are, in fact, always 2300 days from Passover to Tisha B'Av. Don't overlook this fact.

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Re: Re: Re: Answer to 2300 days.
« Reply #17 on: Mon Nov 10, 2014 - 12:22:39 »
That will upset you when construction begins on the 3rd Temple no later than 2020 so it is completed by Passover 2023 with Daniel's final seven from 2022 to 2029. The reason the 3rd Temple is not cleansed is because it has not yet been built yet to be cleansed. You and Doug are talking past this point. Stay on topic of this thread of the 2300 days. The 2300 days is the last 2300 days of the 2,520 days of the Tribulation after which time Jesus steps down on the mount of olives with His overcomers (i.e. not all Christians just the 5 wise virgins), judges the nations from the 1260th to the 1290th day and then sets up Israel as the center of all nations from the 1290th to the 1335th day. There are always 2300 days from Passover to Tisha B'Av just as there are 7 out of every 19 years 2,520 days from Feast of Trumpets to Tisha B'Av and the other 12 out 19 years there are 2,550 days (1260 + 1290) from Feast of Trumpets to Day of Atonement. There is no mistaking these facts or markers in the text.
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Re: Re: Re: Answer to 2300 days.
« Reply #18 on: Mon Nov 10, 2014 - 14:27:06 »
The topic of this thread is the 2300 days not whether you think the earth revolves around the sun or not.

There are always 2300 days from Passover to Tisha B'Av to the day. The Tribulation is always 2,520 like all of Daniel's 69 sevens. Hence, we observe 7 out of 19 years 2,520 days from Feast of Trumpets to Tisha B'Av and 12 out of 19 years 2,550 days from Feast of Trumpets to Day of Atonement.

And so the last 2300 days of the 2,520 days of the Tribulation the Temple will be cleansed.

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Re: Re: Answer to 2300 days.
« Reply #19 on: Fri Oct 14, 2016 - 14:49:39 »
There has been no Temple cleansed at anytime since Dan. 8.14,

The cleansing foretold is now a current event.

There isn't a canonical feast for "Tisha B'av" during the prophet Daniel's time, it has come about as a tradition.

The opening and unsealing of these seeming enigmatic prophecies are not purely a matter of number, the closing and sealing being described in Daniel 12:4 & 9.

The correct interpretations were given through the passing of certain souls to eternal life; it is God's way of locking them shut until an appointed time.

The 2,300 days proper began on the same date as the 1,290 and 1,335 day periods of Daniel 12:11 & 12, respectively, September 12, 2012 A.D. and will end on Holy Family Saturday, November 29, 2018 A.D.

In terms of "for My Name's sake" (Isaiah 48:9), it is difficult to imagine a further delay.
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Re: Answer to 2300 days.
« Reply #20 on: Thu Sep 07, 2017 - 09:20:50 »
As of this post, September 7, 2017 A.D., there remain 478 days of the 2,300 day cleansing period foretold in Daniel 8:14.

The day following the 2,300th day period is The First Sunday of the General Resurrection of the Dead, December 30, 2018 A.D., traditionally also a Sunday after the Feast of the Nativity of Our Lord and a Sunday before the Feast of the Theophany of Our Lord.

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Re: Answer to 2300 days.
« Reply #21 on: Thu Sep 28, 2017 - 23:59:22 »
As of this post, September 7, 2017 A.D., there remain 478 days of the 2,300 day cleansing period foretold in Daniel 8:14.

The day following the 2,300th day period is The First Sunday of the General Resurrection of the Dead, December 30, 2018 A.D., traditionally also a Sunday after the Feast of the Nativity of Our Lord and a Sunday before the Feast of the Theophany of Our Lord.

Try reading the original Hebrew. Its not 2300 days, its 1150 Days. The word used for day is nowhere to be found. It says 2300 then TWO WORDS are used,....It says 2300 (EREB...Dusk) (BOQER...Dawns)

So it means after 2300 Oblation periods, Morning and Sunset worship settings, then the sanctuary will be cleansed. An Oblation period is prayer unto God, we see this clearly in Daniel 9 where the Angel comes unto Daniel in the Evening Oblation period, and gives him the understandings of Jeremiahs 70 Week Decree.

Daniel 9:20 And whiles I was speaking, and praying, and confessing my sin and the sin of my people Israel, and presenting my supplication before the Lord my God for the holy mountain of my God;

21 Yea, whiles I was speaking in prayer, even the man Gabriel, whom I had seen in the vision at the beginning, being caused to fly swiftly, touched me about the time of the evening oblation.

So the 2300 is 1150 and that fits into the 42 Months the Beast will rule, or 1260 Days.

Its not really a sacrifice either, its just called the Daily in Daniel 8:11,12 and 13, the English translators added the word Sacrifice. So it could be that the Anti-Christ/Beast stops Israel from worshiping Jesus, if the have Repented, and Malachi 4:5-6 says they Repent BEFORE the Great and Terrible Day of the Lord.

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Re: Answer to 2300 days.
« Reply #22 on: Fri Jun 08, 2018 - 02:48:30 »
LaSpino3  -  or Phil, I should say -  I'm going to take you at your word from one of your other posts, and presume that you really were interested in any new findings I might come up with to share.  Thanks to the comment above by Fisherking, they put me into thinking mode about this 2,300 number.  Based on their comment, I had to do a slight revision on the startup date of my former stance on identifying where this 2,300 time period fits on the calendar.  You seem to have your own mind settled on this already, but I'll throw this out there for your mathematical mind and anyone else to consider and critique. 

You've given a very good historical layout above as an introduction, so I don't need to repeat the history leading up to the Maccabean struggle for freedom from Syrian rule.  Now, I know you have written before that you don't think the 4th kingdom has been destroyed yet.  Actually, the 4th kingdom is immaterial in this discussion of the 2,300 prophecy, because it all takes place within the history towards the end of the 3rd empire of the Greeks. 

The interpreting angel in Daniel 8 leaves no question in the matter of what period of time this prophecy was anchored to.  Daniel 8 starts with a description of the Medes and Persians empire (the ram with two horns); then goes to the following Greek empire (the he-goat); then the "Great Horn" on that he-goat (Alexander the Great); and after that to the four generals (the four "notable ones") who divided up Alexander's conquered territory after his untimely death.  It would be out of one of those four kingdoms that the "king of fierce countenance" would arise who would "destroy the mighty and holy people".  This was Antiochus Epiphanes IV, who "stood against the Prince of princes" (the high priesthood of Israel).

Every bit of Daniel 8's prophecy leads to the climax of the Maccabean victory over Antiochus Epiphanes in 165 BC, when the sanctuary was cleansed by Judas Maccabeus.  Jerusalem's sanctuary and its people had been trampled on by Antiochus' army ever since 168 BC.  This period between the autumn of 168 BC until the winter of 165 BC comprised the "2,300 mornings and evenings".  These are NOT 2,300 DAYS as I had formerly thought, but a total of 2,300 mornings and evenings (morning and evening oblations in the temple), which means we are speaking of HALF that number of 2,300, - indicating a total of 1,150 24-hour days, as Fisherking's comment above pointed out.  Josephus affirms this exact number of days in his record of this 2,300 number of morning and evening oblation times in the Preface to his "Wars" (19): "For example, I shall relate how Antiochus, who was named Epiphanes, took Jerusalem by force, and held it THREE YEARS AND THREE MONTHS, and was then ejected out of the country by the sons of Asamaneus:..." (which is the Hasmoneans, or the Maccabees).

This number of 2,300 can't possibly refer to 2,300 YEARS, because the interpreting angel in Daniel 8 never used the word "years" OR "days" -  He calls it "the vision of the evening and morning" - referring to the 2,300 evening and morning oblation's worth of time (which totaled 1,150 days) that would expire before the sanctuary would be cleansed.

Even in Christ's day, the Jews continued to celebrate this day when the temple was finallly cleansed and re-dedicated by Judas Maccabeus.  They called it "the Feast of Dedication" or "the Feast of Lamps" (John 10:22).  Judas Maccabeus cleansed and re-dedicated the sanctuary exactly three years to the very day when idolatrous sacrifices were first offered to the idol of Zeus that had been placed on the temple's altar in 168 BC. 

Three months before this abominable idol had been put in the temple, in the fall of 168 BC, Antiochus' comander had come with an army and had sacked Jerusalem, killing many, sending about 10,000 into captivity, tearing down the walls and houses of Jerusalem, building a fortress for his Macedonian troops, and planting the idol of Zeus Olympus on Jerusalem's altar.  Any observance of the Jewish religion was banned on pain of death or torture, and any holy books located were destroyed.  Those who would not submit to Greek customs and worship were killed or they fled the city.  This represented the fulfillment of both the sanctuary and the host to be "trodden under foot" during those days (Daniel 8:13).  It also fulfilled the prediction that the "strong horn" of Daniel 8:9 would "destroy the mighty and the holy people" (Daniel 8:24). 

The death of the "strong horn" is VERY abrupt in Daniel 8:25:  "But he shall be broken without hand".  This was literally fulfilled in the case of Antiochus Epiphanes IV, since God struck him suddenly with diseased bowels in 164 BC, as he was racing in his chariot back to Jerusalem.  Falling out of his chariot, he was badly burt, and his injured, disjointed body rapidly bred worms.  He literally rotted to death, and at the end admitted publicly that his vicious treatment of the Jews and his pride in thinking of himself as a god were what led to his miserable end.

Phil, I would encourage both you and anyone else that might be reading this comment to study the account of this 168 BC - 165 BC period in Ussher's "Annals", with Daniel 8 open beside them as they read (as well as Daniel 11:31-35 that also covers the Maccabean conflict with Antiochus Epiphanes IV).  The parallels are quite striking between the actions of the  "strong horn" in Daniel 8 and Antiochus IV's history.   

There is no justification for transplanting the fulfillment of this "2,300" prophecy into a future time, far removed from the fulfillment of the Greek empire.  It was all fulfilled during the time the remnant of the four kingdoms of the Greek empire were still in place, and the 4th empire had not yet fully risen.

And I do appreciate Fisherking's comment that helped me correct my view on the starting point of this 2,300 number, which I had once interpreted as 2,300 days instead of that many evening and morning oblations.  It made things come into focus for me, although my conclusion about where to place this on history's timeline might not agreeable with them.

Any comments pro or con, Phil?               
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