a beast 

A Temple – 

A desolation.  The abomination of desolation, spoken of by Jesus, leads us to the abomination in Daniel.  They shall take away the daily sacrifice.  That’s the Temple.  The first one was destroyed by Babylon.  The second was desecrated by Greece and destroyed by Rome.  Islam is preventing the third.  That is what makes a beast a beast.  Count ’em.  

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a beast 

A Him Or An It – 

A translation problem.  Can you find the beast if you are looking for a “him” instead of an “it”?  In Revelation 13:1: 20 have “his horns”, 20 have “its horns”, 15 have “It had ten horns” .  We need Daniel 7:7 to clear this up.  “It had ten horns” is a clear winner.  You need to look for an “it” and not a “him” to find the beast.  It makes a difference.  

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a number of years 

A Number in Daniel – 

A key to understanding the Apocalypse.  John knows Daniel and Daniel knows the number of years.  The numbers John uses have been preserved in nearly all of the bible translations.  They can be trusted in identifying historical events that might be a fulfillment of prophecy.  Not just one number but all the numbers must fit.  And colors.  

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a commander 

A Prince – 

A general or other?  Good luck if you are looking for the king of the north.  The translators can’t agree on Daniel 11:5.  24 think he was a prince and 28 think he was anything but a prince.  princes 24, commanders 11, officers 7, officials 5, generals 2, leaders 2, subordinates 1 – Go figure.  Who can you trust?  What can you trust?  Numbers and history.  

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