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  1. Hi David,
    A group of us have been going through your studies – we completed the Daniel 9 study and are now working our way through the Olivet Discourse.
    We are somewhat confused between the definition of the “overpsreading of abomination” that you give in Daniel 9 (page 207 ff) – ie the continuing of the Jewish leaders to offer sacrifices, after Messiah had offered Himself as the final sacrifice. And the definition offered in the Olivet Discourse (page 102 ff) that it was the Roman Army, as defined in Luke 21: 20-21.

    We also have a question re the prince in Daniel 9:26. The Geneva Bible Notes clearly identify the prince as Titus, Vespasian’s son, as do most of the commentators that you quote, but we remembered in doing the Daniel Study that you said the prince is Messiah.
    We felt that the middle of Daniel 9:26 seems to refer to the siege of Jerusalem and the final destruction of the temple in AD 70.

    We agree that Daniel 9 and the Olivet Discourse clearly seem to have been fulfilled in the 1st Century AD, but just appreciate your response to the above questions.

    Thank you

    • Hi Mary, the “overspreading of abominations” is a similar but different term than the “abomination of desolation.” It’s interesting that the Jews abomination of delivering their promised Messiah up to be killed, led to the army being sent to desolate the unbelieving Jewish nation.

      Regarding Daniel 9:26, I think that a more congruent explanation is that the ‘prince’ is always Messiah, as Daniel gave that definition. The Jews caused Jerusalem and the temple to be destroyed; so you’re right that Daniel 9:26 points to the desolation in 70 AD.

      Matthew 24:30 points to Messiah the Prince coming in power and glory in using the Roman army to bring judgment on the unbelieving Jews.

      Keep learning and growing in The Way of Messiah!


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