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san 10 and Nisan 14); then the “triumphal” entry of the Sacri-

ficial Lamb and the crucifixion were to be only four days apart.

This fulfills the double prophecy of Dan. 9:25-26—”until he

comes” and His being “cut off”—as both taking place during

the same week, and two days before the weekly Sabbath. (The

crucifixion was the day before a High Sabbath—see the sec-

tion, “Feast of Unleavened Bread” in this chapter.)

Earlier, we saw that Israel is a type of the Messiah. It seems

then, that the two days of Hosea 6:2 coincide with the two

days between the crucifixion and the weekly Sabbath, or the

gap of time in which we presently live; where Israel has been

set aside, but is soon to be revived, a period of time which will

be 2,000 years in length (two days). Then, the weekly Sabbath

will be typical of the peace on the third day, a 1,000 year Sab-

bath. At this time, the inscription at the United Nations build-

ing in New York will be fulfilled:

“…and they shall beat their

swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruninghooks:

nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they

learn war any more”

(Isa. 2:4).

Through Scripture, it appears that God has given us the

year of the Revelation of Jesus Christ. Have we been given the


Typical Prophecy Sets Dates

Dates (days) are set by God in what is known as typical

prophecy. The seven annual Jewish festivals are all date setting

and “typical prophetic” events! The riddle is to figure out what

the festival is about and then one has the exact day on which

the “festival typical” event will occur. Since nearly four of the