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The Anti-Christ Kingdom

Does anyone know who Donald Perkins is?

He has come to our church a lot to teach us about end times prophesy. I just love him because he is a great teacher and he makes so much sense.

I am going to post a link to the website and article called the Anti-Christ Kingdom. You guys can read through it and let me know what you think. It has a TON of verses and explains a lot.

Link Below : )

 
Cinnamon-mom

Asked by Cinnamon-mom at 3:30 PM on Jun. 15, 2009 in Religion & Beliefs

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  • Hey sister this was great thank you so much i agree with him so much im going to search some more on him i like how he backs everything up with verses. We have to have verses to believe cause there are so many false ways out there God bless you

    hinson7169

    Answer by hinson7169 at 4:07 PM on Jun. 15, 2009

  • Cinnamon-mom

    Answer by Cinnamon-mom at 3:31 PM on Jun. 15, 2009

  • thank you my sister im going to take a look at this and tell you what i think :)
    hinson7169

    Answer by hinson7169 at 3:48 PM on Jun. 15, 2009

  • I see a lot of errors with his doctrine.
    Lexylex

    Answer by Lexylex at 6:09 PM on Jun. 15, 2009

  • It always makes me sad to see Daniel 9:27 attributed to the "man of sin". Read in it's context, this clearly describes the Messiah, Jesus Christ!

    25Know therefore and understand, that from the going forth of the commandment to restore and to build Jerusalem unto the Messiah the Prince shall be seven weeks, and threescore and two weeks: the street shall be built again, and the wall, even in troublous times.

    26And after threescore and two weeks shall Messiah be cut off, but not for himself: and the people of the prince that shall come shall destroy the city and the sanctuary; and the end thereof shall be with a flood, and unto the end of the war desolations are determined.

    27And he shall confirm the covenant with many for one week: and in the midst of the week he shall cause the sacrifice and the oblation to cease, and for the overspreading of abominations he shall make it desolate, even until the consummation, and that
    Lexylex

    Answer by Lexylex at 6:19 PM on Jun. 15, 2009

  • cont.

    ...determined shall be poured upon the desolate.

    Please notice that God was going to allow Daniel's people seventy weeks to see what they would do with the Messiah when He appeared. The seventy weeks are prophetic time, and each day represents a literal year (Ezekiel 4:6). So the seventy weeks would be a literal period of 490 years, after which the Israelites would no longer be God's people. They would be rejected as a nation because of their rejection of the Messiah.
    Don't miss the point in Daniel 9:25 that the prophecy of the seventy weeks was to begin with the decree to restore and build Jerusalem. That well-known date is 457 B.C., when Artaxerxes sent out the decree (Ezra 7:13). From that date, 457 B.C., the Jews would have exactly 490 years to finish filling up their cup of iniquity by rejecting the Messiah. That 490-year probation ended in A.D. 34, and the Jews ceased to be God's chosen people.
    Lexylex

    Answer by Lexylex at 6:23 PM on Jun. 15, 2009

  • Daniel 9:25 says that the Messiah would be anointed after sixty-nine of those prophetic weeks had passed by. That would be 483 years from the decree date of 457 B.C. It takes no mathematician to figure the end of that prediction. It brings us to the year A.D. 27, the very year that Jesus was baptized by John and the Holy Spirit anointed Him for His ministry. Since "Messiah" means" Anointed One," this had to be the fulfillment of Daniel's prophecy that the Messiah would appear in A.D 27.
    Now mark this fact: seventy weeks were assigned to the Jewish probation, but Christ appeared as the Messiah after sixty-nine weeks. That leaves the seventieth week for Christ to minister before the Jews' probation ended. What was to happen in the seventieth week? Daniel 9:27 tells us, "And he shall confirm the covenant with many for one week: and in the midst of the week he shall cause the sacrifice and the oblation to cease."
    Lexylex

    Answer by Lexylex at 6:25 PM on Jun. 15, 2009

  • The midst of the week would be three and a half prophetic days (literal years) from His baptism. And according to the Bible, the ministry of Jesus lasted for three and a half years. In the spring of A.D. 31 He was crucified. The veil of the temple was rent (Matthew 27:51), signifying the end of sacrifices. By His death He caused them to cease. Another three and a half years would lead up to the end of the seventy weeks and the end of Jewish probation. During that three and a half years the disciples labored largely for the Jews. But in A.D. 34 the seventy weeks ended; Stephen was stoned and the gospel began to go to the Gentiles (Acts 8:4). The Jews had rejected the gospel message and were no longer God's people - just as Daniel had predicted. Henceforth they could be saved only as individuals, in exactly the same way as the Gentiles. As a nation, they had been rejected as the chosen people.
    Lexylex

    Answer by Lexylex at 6:26 PM on Jun. 15, 2009

  • Lexylex, I believe that the last week hasn't happened yet. And it refers to the tribulation period. Do you believe in a 7 year tribulation?


    I read your response, but that interpretation does not take into account the abomination of desolation. How do you explain that in the middle of the 70th week the abomination of desolation is set up inside the temple that is part of Daniels prophesy.


    I believe that the events in the tribulation (or Daniels 70th week) are detailed in Revelations 6-19, and they haven't happened yet.


     

    Cinnamon-mom

    Answer by Cinnamon-mom at 7:45 PM on Jun. 15, 2009

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