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Gooday and welcome to this little study. We are currently at section 6 in a progression of recordings on Daniel\'s Prophecy of the Seventy Weeks.. There are various articles identified with this subject over at the site, EndTimePilgrim . organization.. Furthermore a couple of recordings at the YOUTube channelGavinFinley. YOUTube channelGavinFinley.

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Gooday and welcome to this little review. We are presently at section 6 in a progression of recordings on Daniel's Prophecy of the Seventy Weeks.

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There are various articles identified with this subject over at the site, EndTimePilgrim . organization.

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And additionally a couple of recordings at the YOUTube channel GavinFinley

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YOUTube channel GavinFinley

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In our past video on "Proclamations and Timelines" we set up from the orders that it was Nehemiah who got the charge to reestablish and to assemble Jerusalem.

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The 69 week 173,880 day course of events of 476 years and 25 days fits perfectly between the Edict given to Nehemiah in the time of Nisan in 445 B.C. what's more, the Palm Sunday appearance of "Savior the Prince" in the month Nisan in 32 A.D..

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The Edict and Chronology of Daniel's Seventy Weeks Prophecy Candidate #3 The Edict of Nehemiah Edict of Artaxerxes to Nehemiah 445 B.C. (Month of Nisan) 32 A.D. Palm Sunday 69 "Sevens" = 476 years + 25 days Time traverse = 476 years + 25 days

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The sequence in view of the prior order of Cyrus issued path in 538 B.C. missed the mark by an incredible 93 years.

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The Edict and Chronology of Daniel's Seventy Weeks Prophecy Candidate #1 The Edict of Cyrus Edict of Cyrus 538 B.C. 62 B.C . 32 A.D. 69 weeks = 476. 07 Yrs. 569 Years 93 yrs.

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And the order in light of the prior decree of Artaxerxes in his 7 th year given to Ezra in 458 B.C. missed the mark by 13 years.

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The Edict and Chronology of Daniel's Seventy Weeks Prophecy Candidate #2 The Edict of Ezra Edict of Artaxerxes to Ezra 458 B.C. (- 457 A.D.) 32 A.D. 19 A.D . 69 weeks = 476. 07 Years 489 Years 13 yrs.

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In this video we might consider this question. In which year did Nehemiah get the declaration to reestablish and manufacture Jerusalem? Is it accurate to say that it was 444 B.C.? Or, on the other hand would it say it was 445 B.C.?

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What year saw the Command or Edict to remake Jerusalem? 444 B.C. or, on the other hand 445 B.C.?

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Here is a concise recorded foundation. In 586 B.C. the Babylonian armed forces entered Jerusalem, obliterating the city and the Temple and taking the greater part of Judah hostage to Babylon.

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The Babylonians were a remarkably complex development. They suspected that they had it made. Be that as it may, their hubris soon moved them to the pinnacle of their wrongdoing. Here at Belshazzar's devour the wild party had gone ahead to debase the heavenly vessels of the God of Israel. At the point when the ruler saw the written work on the divider he required the prophet Daniel. However, the words spelled judgment and it was everywhere.

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The armed forces of Cyrus had redirected the waters of the Euphrates River. And keeping in mind that Belshazzar's wild and unholy gathering was going all out the city of Babylon had been traded off. The Persian Army was entering the city from the waterway through the ruptures at the watergates .

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The Persians under Cyrus vanquished Babylon in 538 B.C. .

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Cyrus then proceeded with his crusade going north to overcome Assyria. It appears he cleared out his uncle, Darius the Mede, in control for a long time. Darius was co-official in Babylon for Cyrus while he was away.

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Upon landing in Babylon Cyrus announced a general pardon for all hostage individuals and the outcasts of Judah were permitted to return home.

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Here we see the initial segment of a response to supplication that will be 2550+ years really taking shape. Cyrus in Babylon pronounces a general reprieve permitting the hostages of Judah to return back home to Jerusalem.

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The following huge illustrious proclamation in the reclamation came 80 years after the fact. The looks of the Torah were rediscovered. This prompted to an incredible Biblical recovery. In 458 B.C, the copyist Ezra was given support and financing by Artaxerxes in his 7 th year to lead another organization of outcasts back to Jerusalem. This was a religious development and not a political one. In the decree given to Ezra there was no say of reestablishing the entryways and dividers to reestablish political power to the city of Jerusalem. This matter would be managed on a later event.

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The declaration given to Ezra here is no say at all of reconstructing the city of Jerusalem. Nor is there any specify of the entryways and dividers. At the season of Ezra the city foundation was still in vestiges and would remain so for an additional 13 years on up to 445 B.C..

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Nehemiah reviews the broken dividers and entryways of Jerusalem, 445 B.C.

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In the time of Nisan Nehemiah the cupbearer took the weight of the demolished condition of the city of Jerusalem to the Medo-Persian lord. It was Artaxerxes in his 20 th year who issued the order to modify and reestablish Jerusalem.

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Daniel's prescience of 538 B.C. requires an imperial charge or announcement that will guarantee the rebuilding of the uprightness and power of the city of Jerusalem. This will require the modifying of its entryways and dividers. Here is the entry from Daniel 9:25.

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"Know in this way and comprehend, that from the going forward of the charge to reestablish and to manufacture Jerusalem … "

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The road should be assembled once more, and the divider ,       even in troublesome circumstances.

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Here are the expressions of Nehemiah from Nehemiah 2. They straightforwardly and particularly reply to and address the Jerusalem rebuilding and the power issues including the road and dividers as said in Daniel's prescience.

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Nehemiah 2 . . . . .I ask that you send me to Judah, to the city of my fathers' tombs, that I may remake it ."

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Remember that in our scan for the right declaration we presumed that Nehemiah's primary issue, the repair of the entryways and dividers of Jerusalem would have been the key snippet of data and our principle hint.

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Nehemiah's weight to reconstruct the dividers and doors of Jerusalem to reestablish the city of Jerusalem to sovereign status as a self-representing city-state was what made Nehemiah tremble and prompted to the profoundly noteworthy imperial declaration giving an approval to "reestablish and manufacture Jerusalem".

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Take a gander at this great Biblically remedy picture from Nehemiah section 2 by the German craftsman Gustave Dore. It unmistakably demonstrates to us which declaration it was that gave the approval from the Medo-Persian superpower to " reestablish and fabricate" Jerusalem.

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And why is this picture and its scriptural message so huge? Since the individual studying the broken dividers and the consumed entryways of Jerusalem is none other than Nehemiah himself!

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Nehemiah reviews the broken dividers and doors of Jerusalem, 445 B.C.

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There was no city rebuilding of the city of Jerusalem before Nehemiah. What's more, even the youngsters in Sunday School know who reconstructed the dividers of Jerusalem. So why are our scholars neglecting to tag the proclamation of Nehemiah in 445 B.C. as the beginning stage for the Seventy Weeks Prophecy?

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Before Nehemiah Jerusalem was a place to stay of outcasts in a harsh Medo-Persian domain. Impolite houses were grouped around a revamped sanctuary inside the broken shell of a previous city. The dividers and doors were in vestiges.

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It was Nehemiah who embraced the rebuilding of the entryways and dividers of Jerusalem to reestablish it as a self-representing sovereign city-state. Just Nehemiah had gotten expert from the Medo-Persian ruler. As we find in this photo it was an immense undertaking

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The pronouncement of Artaxerxes in his 20 th year was given to Nehemiah under the new moon of Nisan in the year 445 B.C. also, we will demonstrate that further along in this video.

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The Decree of Artaxerxes Longimanus given to Nehemiah 445 B.C.

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Our sacred text is found in Nehemiah section 2.

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Nehemiah 2 1 … in the time of Nisan , in the twentieth year of King Artaxerxes,

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It is critical to value Nehemiah's issue here. He was the rulers head servant and wine is constantly introduced in a soul of festivity and cheer. The lord should be the focal point of this transcendence and great spirits, and particularly when wine was being served.

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So for Nehemiah's face to be pitiful was for it to be awful. In Hebrew and as an issue of custom in old circumstances a pitiful face was a terrible face. For the lords steward, generally a man of cheer, to serve wine when he was dismal was more than simply a question of awful taste. A miserable face would be seen as an awful demeanor. It would be an affront to the nearness of the lord, . . Unless, . .

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Unless the ruler comprehended the weight of the individual bringing the interest and was slanted to make a move. His imperial staff held awesome specialist for both gift and for judgment. We saw this on account of Esther before a later Persian King Ahasuerus.

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The lord's head servant was under the firearm here. The matter he was raising included the sway of the Medo Persian superpower and the demolished and overlooked city of Jerusalem, a city that in previous circumstances had not paid its expenses to the superpower of Babylon. On the off chance that the Persian lord did not react positively to his allure then Nehemiah was a dead man.

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Nehemiah 2 . . . . Now I had never been miserable in his nearness. 2. In this manner the lord said to me, " Why is your face dismal, since you are not debilitated? This is only distress of heart. " So I turned out to be terrifyingly perplexed.

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Nehemiah 2 3 (Nehemiah) said to the ruler, "May the lord li

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