Michael Colunga (4 Oct 2011)
"When does the first three years of Daniel's 70th week end?"

Hello, John and Doves,

When does the first three years of Daniel’s 70th week end?  To answer that, we have to consider when it began.  According to many good posts on the home page of Five Doves, Daniel’s 70th week started on Wednesday, October 29th, 2008, at 8:00 pm.  It is important to observe that this was in the early hours of the Jewish day, 1 Cheshvan 5769.


If we count three Jewish years to this year, 2011, we see something truly amazing.  There is an agreement between the Jewish lunar-solar calendar and the western society’s Gregorian calendar.  As it turns out, October 29, 2011, until twilight, is 1 Cheshvan 5772.  What this means is that “Tuesday,” the third day of Daniel’s 70th week, may be construed to mean the period of time before twilight of October 29, 2011.


A Jewish wedding usually occurs on a Tuesday.  Since Jesus is a “nice, Jewish man,” He will probably wed His Bride on a Tuesday—so my theory goes.  In Obama’s Infomercial, A Closing Argument to the Everyman, aired on Wednesday night, October 29th, 2008, the candidate promised change for the better to the nation whose motto is, “e pluribus unum.”  You can’t make this stuff up.  No one would believe that “many” means “many.”  Many believe that you have to add a noun to make the meaning clear.  Now it can be told my friends: we are the “pluribus,” the “many.”  And the third day of Daniel’s 70th week—a “Tuesday”, if you will—is over, come October 29, 2011, at twilight.


      Once again, “no one knows the day nor the hour.”  Matthew 24:36

Jesus said plainly, “The Son of Man comes at an hour you do not expect.”  Matthew 24:44


As far as being ready goes, remember two things:

1.              “If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.”  1 John 1:9

2.              “As many as are led by the Spirit of God, they are the Sons of God.”  Romans 8:14


Baruch HaShem Yeshua HaMashiach,

Mike C.