The Gentile Times are “The Time of The End!”

The all detected parallels (exact connections) between the quotes of Daniel 11:44-12:7 and Revelation 11:2-18 are:

1) The “time of the end” (Daniel) and “days of trampling of the Holy city by the Gentiles” (John) finish before the time of court of the dead, i.e. the resurrection (Daniel 12:2; Revelation 11:15-18).

2) The “time of the end” (Daniel) and “the times of trampling of Jerusalem by Gentiles” (John) finish before the supernatural retribution on the Gentiles for the trampling of God’s people (Daniel 11:44-12:1; Revelation 11:18).

3) In the “time of the end” (Daniel) and in the “time of the trampling of Jerusalem by the Gentiles” (John) pagan enemies are fighting in the same place – directly near the mountain of the most glorious sanctuary of the Jehovah’s Temple! (Daniel 11:44,45; Revelation 11:2)

4) Just as in the “time of the end” (Daniel), so in the “time of the trampling of Jerusalem by the Gentiles” (John), the pagan enemies of God’s people have one goal — “trampling” (Rev. 11: 2) or “destruction” (Dan. 11:44) of God’s servants.

5) Just as in the “time of the end” in Daniel, so in the “time of the trampling of Jerusalem” in John, the murder of God’s servants by a powerful pagan ruler is caused by fear and torment because of news coming from a Divine source (Revelation 11:7,10; Daniel 11:44)

6) Just as after the “time, times, and half-time” (Daniel) comes the “complete overthrow of the power of the Holy people” (Dan. 12:7), so after the “time of the trampling of Jerusalem by the Gentiles” (which has same duration) of John (Rev. 11:2,3; 12:6,14) events end in the same way — the death of the anointed servants of Jehovah and the victory of the Gentile powerful king (Rev 11:7-10,13). The king whose final death will only occur as a result of supernatural intervention from above (Daniel 11:45, Revelation 11:18).

As you can see, there is no any interpretation or analogy with reality in the above analysis. It is not needed. The only thing we have achieved is Read More