a color 

A Number 

A connection between history and prophecy that can be trusted.  Your interpretation?  Not so much.  Your translation?  Not so much except for numbers and colors.  Somehow they have survived what translators do to the Word of God.  Some things are sacred.  

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a return 

A Focus On The Past 

A history where prophecy is fulfilled.  Only a prophet can predict the future.  We can’t trust our interpretation of what is written.  Even the translators can’t agree except for numbers and colors.  We can trust numbers and colors and find a fit in history.  Only then can we confirm a prophecy fulfilled.  


a number 

A History 

A reliable connection to prophecy.  Your interpretation not so much.  Same for many bible translators who do not agree.  Numbers survive both.  It is the only reliable way to verify the fulfillment of prophecy.  Use numbers to connect history with what has been prophesied.  A thousand years is a good place to start.  

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a prince 

A Translation Problem 

A commander or another interpretation problem if you are looking for the king of the north. There are eight different words in 52 different translations: princes 24, commanders 10, officers 7, officials 5, generals 2, leaders 2, principalities 1, subordinates 1. The word prince suggests a family member unlike the other seven words which have a similar meaning. Makes you wonder about words used in other parts of the bible. These are major differences in words used before you get to the problem of interpreting them. Reader beware.  

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a number 

A Color 

A guide to interpretation.  You can trust numbers and maybe colors to be reliably translated.  Not so much with the other words.  The “words of God” are seen differently by the many different translators.  Who can you trust?  Historians.  What can you trust?  Maybe numbers.  Historians have trouble with dates but they do get close enough.  

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a prophecy 

A History 

A fulfillment of a prophecy.  Only history can verify the fulfillment of prophecy.  Only numbers can verify the interpretation of prophecy.  The translators and interpreters of the bible can’t seem to agree on most of the words but somehow they agree on the numbers.  The word of God may vary but not His numbers.  Follow the numbers.   

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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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a translator 

A Bible 

A version of each translation.  Before the printer, no two bibles were alike.  Now no two translations are alike.  And there are way too many.  About 60 English translations.  Each translation has more than one version.  So the “Word of God” is subject to translations, revisions, and interpretation.  For the most part they agree on numbers.   

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a history 

A Fulfillment of Prophecy 

A connection with numbers that can be trusted.  Your interpretation, not so much.  Translators can’t be trusted but somehow they get the numbers right.  If you have an ear, listen to what numbers and history can tell you.  It is the only way the fulfillment of prophecy can be confirmed.  Anything else is just someone’s interpretation.  

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