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Doug Stauffer Daniels Prophecy
Hello Kevin Clarkson here inviting you tobe with us at our Pikes Peak property summit this June seventeen eighteen and nineteen in lovely Colorado Springs. We have a wonderful jam packed three daysfor you with over twenty prophecy specialists and speakers. Let me give you a couple of three highlightswill be there on Friday night we're going to see a premiere screening of the Samaritan it's the true story in filmof the Romanian communist regime
and how that came to fall by the influenceof Christians there in the way and it's by director Kevin McAfee who willbe with us live in person and then on Saturday we have Bob Cornu quiteus who will be discussing his possible location for the temple that is a new site being proposed this would changeeverything in the Middle East and then finally on Sunday we wrap it up withthe great rapture debate. We have a pretreat rapture and a post readrapture specialist who will go head to head and we will take place.
I hope you'll be there where this is goingto be a great conference saying in there hello everyone. The good we're here and I'm pleased to havein the studio today with me Doug stuffer and we're going to be talking about his book and really really into some of the more wemight call them advance questions regarding Daniel seventieth or Daniel seventy weeks on the seventiethweek in particular so Doug welcome. Oh great to be here
and looking forward to another great programwhat do you think you one of the most probably pivotal issues in all the Bible Prophecy is the issue of Daniel's prophecyof the seventy weeks and of course it appears in Daniel Chapternine and verses twenty fourth and twenty seven talks about the sequencingof the different years there's a seven year period a sixty earth. And here he's be seven weeks of years. Sixtytwo weeks of years and then a final week. Talk a little about your understanding ofthis the seventy weeks of Daniel overall
and then how that really fits into eschatologyfor a dispensational is someone that is primo Ennio that believes and looks at prophecy through from the eyesof a preacher to life in rapture if you would. Well I mean that's a great starting point and really there's a lot to be said so I'mgoing to probably take a little bit more times and develop it. But when I'm one Daniel Chapter nine of coursewe know that that is one of the most important
places for speaking on Daniel's seventy weeks because that's what it talksabout and a lot of people say well there are sixpurposes the Daniel's seventy weeks I say they're seven because two of them are put together and when you distinguish those two number sevenis really number of completion it's just it's not six it's seven and here's why it's the seventy weeks of determinedupon by people.
Read Scripture Isaiah 1
The book of the prophet Isaiah.Isaiah lived in Jerusalem in the latter half of Israel's Kingdom period and he spoke onGod's behalf to the leaders of Jerusalem and Judah. He spoke first of all amessage of God's judgment; he warned Israel's corrupt leaders that theirrebellion against their covenant with God would come at a cost, that God wasgoing to use the great empires of Assyria and after them Babylon to judgeJerusalem if they persisted in idolatry and oppression of the poor, but thatannouncement was combined with a message of hope. Isaiah believed deeplythat God would one day fulfill all of
his covenant promises: that he would senda king from David's line to establish God's kingdom (remember 2nd Samuel 7),that he would lead Israel in obedience to all of the laws of the Covenant madeat Mount Sinai (remember Exodus chapter 19), and all of this was so that God'sblessing and salvation would flow outward to all of the nations like Godpromised to Abraham in Genesis chapter 12, and it's this hope that compelledIsaiah to speak out against the corruption and idolatry of Israel in his day.Now the book has a pretty complex literary design, but there's one simple way to seehow it all fits together: chapters 1 through '
contain three large sections thatdevelop Isaiah's warning of judgment on Israel, and it all culminates in an eventpointed to at the end of chapter ' the fall of Jerusalem and the exile of thepeople to Babylon but in chapters 1 to ' there's also a message of hope thatafter the exile God's covenant promises would all be fulfilled, and chapters 40to 66 pick up that promise of hope and develops it further. In this tutorial we'rejust gonna focus on chapters 1 to '. The first main section focuses on Isaiah'svision of judgment and hope for Jerusalem, and it begins as Isaiah accuses thecity's leaders of Covenant rebellion,
idolatry, injustice, and God says he'sgoing to judge the city by sending the nations to conquer Israel. Isaiah saysthat this will be like a purifying fire that burns away all that's worthless inIsrael in order to create a new Jerusalem that's populated by a remnantthat has repented and turned back to God and Isaiah says that that's when God'skingdom will come and all nations will come to the temple inJerusalem and learn of God's justice, bringing about aage of universal peace and harmony. Now it's this basic storyline of the oldJerusalem, purifying judgment into the
New Jerusalem, this is going to getrepeated over and over throughout the book getting filled in with increasingdetail. So, at the center of this section is Isaiah's grand vision of God sittingon his throne in the temple and he's surrounded by these heavenly creaturesthat are shouting that God is holy holy holy, and Isaiah suddenly realizes justhow corrupt he and his people Israel are, and he's certain that he's going to bedestroyed by God's holiness, but he's not. God holiness in the form of this burningcoal comes and burns him, but not to destroy, rather it purifies him from his sin. Andas Isaiah ponders this strange experience
God commissions him with a verydifficult task: he is to keep announcing this coming judgment, but because Israelhas reached a point of no return his warnings are going to have a paradoxicaleffect of hardening the people. But Isaiah is to trust God's plan. Israel is goingto be chopped down like a tree and left like a stump in a field, and thatstump will itself be scorched and burned but after all of that burning God saysthat this smoldering stump is a holy seed that will survive into the future.It's a small sign of hope but who or what is that Holy Seedé The rest of thissection offers an answer. Isaiah