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Do you know the most amazing passage in the entire Bible?

In this study of Daniel's 70 Weeks, you will discover this amazing prophecy in the Old Testament predicted the very day that Jesus presented himself as the Meschiach Nagid, the Messiah, the King, to Jerusalem.

The seventy-week prophecy of Daniel 9 includes the most incredible validation of Jesus Christ as the Messiah, which he held them accountable to have known.

In a confidential briefing to his disciples, Jesus also highlighted this passage as the key to understanding all other prophecies concerning his return. It is essential to understanding the book of Revelation and other related passages.

©2015 Koinonia House (P)2016 Koinonia House

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A bit disjointed

I appreciate Chuck's intelligent overview but expected a bit more depth to the subject matter and correct scriptural observation, ie. in Revelation, referring to the location of the lamp stands which he says are the church, they are in heaven in chapter 4, indicating the raptured church is in heaven. I find no mention of any lamp stands or church saints in that chapter.
Anyway, as an overview it's worth listening to. If you want more depth listen to something else.

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Incredible Study; Required Reading

I struggled for years to reconcile a Friday crucifixion with Jesus being dead and buried three days AND three nights. You cannot get all three days AND all three nights by following the false doctrine of "Good Friday". The time required is not there. Trust God. When you don't understand, ask God for understanding, and trust him. The truth is there, and God cannot lie. This study has done more than teach me about how God tells time, it has taught me to desire the truth!

I am not disappointed in a Bible Study lead by Mr. Missler. The man has a keen mind, and an resonate love of truth, as defined by Scripture. Understanding the various methods of calendar and time-keeping is a challenge. In this, I struggle, because I am trying to understand in relation to what I know, which is the Georgian Calendar. We have 365 1/4th days in our orbit, but God deals with time differently. Rightly so, he created time, for the anthropic principle, that the earth was designed for human habitation.

In order to understand the topic, it is essential to take your time with your Bible. You must use an accurate translation (the KJV if you speak English) and you must plod through references. Time, times, and half a time are precise, definable concepts, but we hardly think this way. Understanding that the Sabbath is not just Saturday, and that a week can refer to a multiple of seven, even if it is a week of years (7 years, like a decade is to us 10 years) is a great beginning. It helps us tell time God's way. The Isrealites were in Isreal 490 years- but 70 times they ignored the sabbatical year, so that God sent them into captivity in Babylon. II Chronicles 36:21.

Daniel was reading his Bible (Jeremiah 25:11) and, he understood ( read: took seriously what God said) that the seventy years prophesied was nearly accomplished. Daniel 9:2. If God says it, he means it, and intends us to understand. It is therefore essential that we use the plain sense of the text, and never read into it what is not there.

I do a wish there had been more time spent upon ancient calendars, but personal, individual study is essential to build faith, to establish in your heart God's Word. Just telling someone something isn't helping them learn. Wheting the appitite teaches a hungry child to spend effort to feed themselves. By doing so, one learns to think, and act. Man does not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God. Matthew 4:4.

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This work is not structured around Daniel’s prophecies but rather; this work is structured around the fallacy of dispensationalism: A fallacy which began in the 1830s.

Specifically this fallacy orbits the works of Hal Lindsey. The author has ignored the historical events which led to the fulfillment of Matthew chapters 23 and 24 in 70 AD.

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awesome teaching!

As usual Chuck Misses teaching is excellent. Could've had a better narrator though .

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signs and times

The narrator was a bit monotone, however the information conveyed kept me going. The season, the signs, and times are here, the players are taking their place. Thanks for helping connect all these passages.

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Complex stuff explained clearly

The math and history that needs to be put together in order to make sense of this prophecy of Daniel can be rather daunting. Missler has assembled a vast amount of data and arranged it in logical order and explained some of the special terminology associated with these studies.

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great insight and peace to the believer.. solid

I really appreciate the amount of time and effort the researcher has done...solid teaching

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Excellent book. I find myself listening again and again. Every time something new is learned.

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Shattering Replacement Theolgy/Preterism

Chuck Missler has a profound gift to search the scriptures and piece together a wonderful explanation of prophecy. The way he compares scripture with scripture and backs up every single interpretation is consistent and biblical. I found myself reading less about Daniel and more about what other books of the Bible say about Daniel and his prophecy!

Missler shows how perfectly consistent and cohesive the word is and how we can understand prophecy by looking at how it has been fulfilled in the past. I believe beyond a shadow of a doubt that the preterist/amillenial viewpoint cannot be upheld when you look at the Bible as a whole and see how God’s plan for our world, the Church, and Israel are all intertwined.

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no chuck narration

sounds like some automative robot voice
its a pass for me. save your money folks

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  • 02-26-19

Excellent

Chuck Missler is a great way too learn anything especialy the bible. This audio book is well put together and very informative.

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  • Stephen Goulding
  • 11-29-17

Thank you Chuck missler

Much appreciate your diligent work, and insight into the most important part of scripture as it appears on the horizon of history. Your books are a great blessing to me, I thank God for them.