Between the 69th (and) 70th Weeks

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Daniel 9:25-26 It was seven weeks (49 years ) from the commandment of Cyrus to the completion of the temple in
Jerusalem.

62 weeks later Messiah was cut off. That makes a total of 69 weeks.

Then the time clock on the 70 weeks stopped ticking, because God stopped dealing with Israel on a "national"
level.

In Daniel 9:26 we are given a brief glimpse of the 70 A.D. sacking of Jerusalem predicted by Jesus (Matthew 24:2, Luke 11:51)and the official historical end of the nation of Israel .

For the next 2000 years or so there would be neither Jew nor Greek, slave nor free, male nor female, but all who came to Jesus Christ through faith in his shed blood
would be part of the Church, the Body of Christ: the "Israel of God."

The mystery hidden from the ages takes place in the parenthesis between the 69th and 70th week. The thing that if Satan had known about he would never have crucified the Lord of Glory.

69th week (Colossians 1:26-27 Church was born/Body of Christ/Christ In You 1 Corinthians 2:7-8) 70th week.

But has God forgotten "Jacob?"

God forbid!

If the casting away of them be the reconciling of the world, what shall the receiving of them be, but life from the dead?

And so all Israel shall be saved: as it is written, ....For this is my covenant with them. (Romans 11:15,26)

go to: The 70th Week

Links to all lessons

1. Is The Great Trib Daniel's 70th Week?

2. The 70 Weeks Concern What?

3. What are the 70 Weeks?

4. What is the purpose of the 70 weeks?

Purpose 1

Purpose 2

Purpose 3

Purpose 4

Purpose 5

Purpose 6

5. The 69th Week

6. Between the 69th (and) 70th Weeks

8. The 70th Week

9. The Overspreading of abominations

10. 70 Weeks - One Last Question

Be careful what you eat...

               ... to the hungry soul, every bitter thing is sweet

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