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Yes, they are the same period. This is evident in both the parallel usage made of these periods and in their mathematical equivalency. Let's look first at the math, to make sure that this is clear. A biblical year consisted of 12 months; and each month has 30 days. Therefore, a full year would be 360 days. Notably, in Hebrew, the word "yowm" ...


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The translation is wrong. Infact in the latin version is reported 'et multiplex erit scientia'. Means 'so that the meaning will be winding'. The God says Daniel to spirtually close the book in order to throw confusion so that no one will explain It over time until world end:'run to and fro'.


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Daniel 12:4 ‘MANY SHALL RUN TO AND FRO’: This is a Hebrew expression for observing and thinking upon the time, ‘AND KNOWLEDGE’: This knowledge is regarding that time mentioned - 'SHALL BE INCREASED.’ . Daniel had one vision relating to time, and that can be found in Daniel 8:14 - "Unto two thousand and three hundred days, and the sanctuary shall be ...


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There is no contradiction, in fact, these two passages fully support each other. I can’t ‘see’ the issue you ‘see’. Nevertheless lets look a little closer ... DANIEL 4:17 ’This decision is by the decree of the watchers, And the sentence by the word of the holy ones, The watchers is an Aramaic term for angels. And here, the watchers are ‘judging’ ...


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Daniel 4:17 English Standard Version The sentence is by the decree of the watchers, the decision by the word of the holy ones, to the end that the living may know that the Most High rules the kingdom of men and gives it to whom he will and sets over it the lowliest of men.’ A: The Most High gives the kingdom of men to whom he will. Luke 4: 5And the devil ...


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How is Luke 4:5-6 to be reconciled with Daniel 4:17? There is no contradiction, Luke 4:5-6: "All this authority I will give you, and their glory; for this has been delivered to me, and I will give it to whomever I wish.” Jesus did not deny that the kingdoms of the world were Satan’s to give. Later, he called Satan “the ruler of this world.” (John 12:...


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Not so fast - the word "place" does not appear in the Hebrew text - the Hebrew only says, "anoint most holy". Further, another five things were to occur as well. Notice that from the beginning of Daniel’s prayer in Dan 9, Daniel is concerned for (a) the “desolation of Jerusalem” (V2), and, (b) the people of the covenant who have been ...


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Daniel 9:24 שבעים שבעים נחתך על עמך ועל עיר קדשך לכלא הפשע ולחתם חטאות ולכפר עון ולהביא צדק עלמים ולחתם חזון ונביא ולמשח קדש קדשים׃ And to anoint the Most Holy, קדש קדשים kodesh kodashim, "the Holy of holies." משח mashach, to anoint. Commentary's are divided if this was a future event to be taken literally (e.g Millenium era) or to be taken ...


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The Hebrew word "נֶחְתַּ֥ךְ" (neḥ·taḵ), translated as "decreed" in the NASB, means to be determined, be settled, be marked out. However, we look for a decree to indicate the start of the time period based on the following verse: Know therefore and understand, that from the going forth of the commandment to restore and to build Jerusalem ...


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