The Seventy Sevens of Daniel
The prophecy delivered to Daniel by Gabriel in response to Daniel's intercession for Israel at the close of the Babylonian captivity stands as a unique witness to the identity of Jesus as the promised Messiah of Israel. The prophecy sets forth seventy sevens (of years) yet future to Daniel's day related to the Jews and Jerusalem. We examine the meaning and timing of this prophecy, its relationship to Christ's first coming, and its continued significance to Israel in the final 'seven' which culminate in His second coming. [2 hours 5 minutes]
|Audio Recording, Part 1|
Part 1 of the Audio recording of class Israel Through The Eyes Of Scripture, Session 7: "The Seventy Sevens of Daniel"
|Audio Recording, Part 2|
Part 2 of the audio recording Israel Through The Eyes Of Scripture, Session 7: "The Seventy Sevens of Daniel"
|Diagram of the Seventy Weeks|
|Diagram of the Gentile kingdoms|
Diagram of the Gentile kingdoms described by visions in the book of Daniel. Daniel's seventy weeks (concerning the Jews) should be seen against the backdrop of the sweep of Gentile history represented by these visions.
|Lunar and Solar Calculations|
Illustration of the calculation originally derived by Sir Robert Anderson and adjusted by Dr. Harold Hoehner showing the fulfillment of the first 69 sevens in the presentation of Jesus as king to Jerusalem (Luke 19).
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