Donna Danna (24 Aug 2010)
"DOES THE LITTLE HORN ARRIVE AT THE DIVIDING OF TIME IN A JEWISH YEAR?"

In my reply to Vicki that I just sent into 5doves.com I discussed the dividing of the Jewish yr. of 5775 in half and also of 2015.

However, while reading Daniel 7:25 this morning the words "the dividing of time" stood out in that verse which reminded me of another way to divide time on the Jewish calendar.  Time equals 1 year and the dividing of time = 1/2 yr. or 6 months.

The civil year on the Jewish calendar begins on Rosh Hoshanah, Tishri 1, every year while the Jewish Religious yr. begins every year on Nisan 1 in the spring either in March or April.  So the middle of the Jewish Religous year would be 6 months later on Tishri 1, Rosh Hoshanah every year so that is another way that time (the year) could be divided on the Jewish calendar.  Then Tishri 1 which begins the Jewish Civil yr. to Nisan 1 is another 6 months if the year is being divided by months rather than by the number of days in a Jewish yr. which vary.  Anyway Nisan 1 in 2014 is on 4/01. In 2015 Nisan 1 is on  3/21, and in 2016, Nisan 1 is on 4/09.

Since the saints according to Daniel 7:25 are given into (the little horn's)  his hands "until time and times and the dividing of time, does that meant that the little horn (antichrist) is given power at the dividing of time in a Jewish religious yr. on Nisan 1 or at the dividing of time in a Jewish civil year at Tishri 1, Rosh Hoshanah if time (the year) is being divided in half by months?  However,  if the dividing of time (the year) is divided in half by days in a Jewish year, then it might not fall exactly on Nisan 1 or Tishri 1.

Or another possbility is that the little horn takes power for 42 months without it having anything to do to do with him taking power in the middle of a Jewish civil year on Nisan 1 nor in the middle of a Jewish religious year on Tishri 1 with "the dividing of time" in Daniel 7:25  representing either 6 months or 180 days in that verse.