The Promise of Messiah: A Survey of the Major Messianic Prophecies
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The first verses is the confession of sin. Daniel acknowledged both sin and guilt, which had been incurred in two ways—first by disobedience to the Law of Moses, and secondly by disobedience to the prophets who came after Moses. He did not see sin as merely a bad habit, but as something ingrained in the people that had brought on divine judgment. It also resulted in the need for forgiveness. Here Daniel confessed that to God belong forgiveness and mercy, and that forgiveness was needed. Daniel concluded the first part of his prayer by describing the punishment for sin and guilt. That punishment, captivity in Babylon, confirmed the words of the prophets who had predicted it and confirmed the Law of Moses, which taught that divine judgment would come as a result of disobedience.
The second part of the prayer verses is a plea for mercy. Furthermore, the righteousness of God required him to fulfill his promises, and therefore he should do so at the end of the year period. Then, while Daniel was presenting his supplications, he was interrupted. He apparently had intended to say more, when Gabriel arrived. Although it had not been practiced for seven decades, Daniel showed his longing for the return from captivity and for the rebuilding of the temple by remembering the sacrifice.
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Here it is obvious Daniel had been thinking in terms of years—specifically the 70 years of captivity. Daniel had assumed that the captivity would end after 70 years and that the kingdom would be established after 70 years. For Jews, whether they are in the land or outside the land, their city is always Jerusalem and not any other.
Daniel was next told by Gabriel that the 70 sevens are to accomplish six purposes. The first is to finish transgression. This act of rebellion or transgression is to come under complete control so that it will no longer flourish. The second purpose of the 70 sevens is to make an end of sins.
Even these sins are to be put to an end and taken away.
Old Testament messianic prophecies quoted in the New Testament
This, too, is quite in keeping with predictions by the prophets that proclaim that in the messianic kingdom, sinning would cease from Israel Isaiah , Ezekiel , , Jeremiah The third purpose is to make reconciliation for iniquity. In fact, it is by means of this atonement that the first two purposes will also be accomplished, that of finishing the transgression and making an end of sins.
The fourth purpose of the 70 sevens is to bring in everlasting righteousness. It is this very age that Daniel had been expecting to see established after the 70 years of captivity, but now he is told that will only be after the year period.
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The fifth purpose is to seal up vision and prophecy. Thus, vision and prophecy are to be completely fulfilled. Both oral and written prophecy will cease with the final fulfillment of all revelations. The final purpose of the 70 sevens is to anoint the most holy. Daniel was clearly told when the 70 sevens would begin their countdown.
Not everything in Persian chronology is as clear as we would like to have it, and there are still some gaps in our knowledge of history. But from what biblical and historical records we do have, there are four possible answers to the question of which decree the passage refers to. One is the decree of Cyrus, issued somewhere between B.
Another option is the decree of Darius Hystaspes Ezra , issued in the year B. A third possibility is the decree of Artaxerxes to Ezra Ezra issued in B. The last option is the decree of Artaxerxes to Nehemiah Nehemiah , issued in the year B. This decree specifically concerned the rebuilding of the walls around Jerusalem. Of these four possibilities, only the first and fourth are valid in fulfilling the wording Gabriel gave to Daniel. It goes beyond the purpose of this article to deal with the various arguments of either option, but one thing is certain: by the year B. The 70 sevens are divided into three separate units—seven sevens, 62 sevens and one seven.
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Recently Popular Pages x. Recently Popular Media x. The Old Testament prophecies that Jesus fulfilled include the following. The Family Line Was Predicted Jesus fulfilled a number of predictions that have to do with the Messiah's genealogy, or family line. The Fulfillment Recorded Luke records the fulfillment. Luke lists the genealogy of Jesus in which he records Jesus was a descendant of Shem.
Prediction: The Christ Will Be A Descendant Of Abraham Now the LORD said to Abram, "Go forth from your country, and from your relatives and from your father's house, to the land which I will show you; and I will make you a great nation, and I will bless you, and make your name great; and so you shall be a blessing; and I will bless those who bless you, and the one who curses you I will curse.
The Fulfillment Recorded The fulfillment is recorded in Matthew. The Fulfillment Recorded Matthew records the fulfillment. Jesus was from Isaac's line. The Fulfillment Recorded Matthew records how this was fulfilled. Jesus was also from the line of Jacob. The Fulfillment Recorded Jesus descended from the line of Judah. Then a shoot will spring from the stem of Jesse, and a branch from his roots will bear fruit Isaiah The Fulfillment Recorded Matthew records how this was fulfilled.
Prediction: He Will Descend From The House Of David God told David the Messiah would be from His line: When your days are complete and you lie down with your fathers, I will raise up your descendant after you, who will come forth from you, and I will establish his kingdom 2 Samuel The Fulfillment Recorded The very first verse of the New Testament records the fulfillment of this prophecy.
The location of the event is noted in v. 26b.
Fulfilled By Jesus Consequently whoever the promised Messiah would be, He would have to be a physical descendant of David the king. Prediction: He Will Born In Bethlehem God predicted, through the prophet Micah, the exact city where the Messiah would be born: But as for you, Bethlehem Ephrathah, too little to be among the clans of Judah, from you one will go forth for me to be ruler in Israel.
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