The first video, below, goes into the timeline given in chapters 2, 7, and 8:
The 2300 days in the book of Daniel directly relate to what the church calls the “Antichrist.” Before we look at when the 2300 days most likely occur, let’s look at why they cannot happen when the standard doctrine says:
The next video explains why the 2300 Days most likely occur during the final 42 months. Please note this video was created in 2016 and as of 2020, there is a final possibility for the 1150 mornings and evenings starting at the 2021 inauguration and ending in March 2024:
The Daniel chapter 9 prophecy is crucial to the timeline, but before we dig into it, let’s understand why the standard church doctrine concerning it cannot be correct:
The recent fulfillment of Daniel 9 actually occurred in 2009! The following video explains this in the context of the whole prophecy, including Jeremiah’s 70 years, the little horn, the 8th King etc. The Daniel 9 portion of this starts at 38:41 and the video should automatically start there, but if you have the time, I recommend watching the whole video from the beginning. Also don’t forget to watch the update to this that will be linked below.
The update in the following video should automatically start at the 9:33 minute mark (if it doesn’t you can skip to it manually), and it continues until 13:50 (there is no need to watch beyond 13:50 because it concerned 2017). This was an important update to the Daniel 9 study:
Daniel chapter 11 gives a very specific timeline concerning the Abomination of Desolation that Jesus referenced. This proves it is not the Antichrist. The timeline, as with the other chapters, was written in code:
Daniel chapter 12 adds to the timeline very specific years between the Abomination and the rapture. This confirms what we decoded in chapter 11: