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 Prophetic Times To The End - Part Fourteen

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PostSubject: Prophetic Times To The End - Part Fourteen   Sun Dec 27, 2009 6:10 pm

Second World Empire Down to the Man of Sin

Dan. 11:11-13 Gabriel describes to Daniel that the king of the south will be enraged and go forth and fight with the king of the north. (King of the south at this time is Ptolemy IV Philopator 221-204 B.C.) Then Ptolemy IV will raise a great army that army is successful at first and slays many thousands, but will be given over to the king of the north Antiochus III.

Dan 11:14 Gabriel tells Daniel that in this period of time that many will rise up against the king of the south (at this period of time this is Ptolemy V Epiphanies, 203-181 B.C.) there will be violent ones among your people Daniel, who will also lift themselves up (Jewish Zealots) in order to fulfill the vision, but they also will be taken down. Gabriel is telling us here that man will not be allowed to interfere with the divine plan and the vision will be fulfilled as set forth in scripture, the “times of the Gentiles” will run its course.

Dan. 11:15 Gabriel explains that the king of the north will come (at his time period Seleucus IV Philopator is king 187-175 B.C.) he will build up a siege mount; a cutting of non fruit trees for fortifications, [Ref. Deut. 20:19,20]. He will capture a well-fortified city; for the forces of the south will not stand, not even their choicest troops, for there will be no-strength to stand against anyone.

Dan. 11:16 Gabriel tells Daniel that the king of the north who comes against the king of the south will do as he pleases, (this king of the north is Antiochus III the Great 273-187 B.C.) and no one will withstand him; he will stay for a period of time in the beautiful land (Palestine), with desolation in his hand.

Dan. 11:17 Gabriel tells us that Antiochus III south will arrange peace between Egypt and Syria by giving his daughter to marry Ptolemy V Epiphanies of Egypt. Gabriel says she will not stand by him and the two nations will not ally.

Dan. 11:18 Gabriel describes Antiochus III turn toward the coast lands of Israel and has some success until a commander (this is Cornelius Scipio of the Roman Army) stops Antiochus scorn against Rome by repaying Antiochus with Roman scorn. Cornelius actually is demanding that Antiochus turn his Army back toward home, is told by Antiochus that he will think about it and let him know. Cornelius draws a circle around Antiochus in the dirt and says decide before you leave the circle.

Dan. 11:19 Gabriel shows us that Antiochus III returns to his home land, and he dies one year later. An Antiochus dream of reuniting Alexander’s Empire under his authority never is realized.

Dan. 11:20 Gabriel tells us of Antiochus III son Seleucus IV Philopator 187-176 B.C. Gabriel says he is one who will heavily tax his people to pay Rome, he is poisoned by his treasurer Heliodorus. Here we see he dies neither in anger nor in battle.

Dan. 11: 21 Gabriel tells Daniel that in his place will arise a despicable person, (This is Antiochus IV Epiphanies 175-164 B.C) on whom the honor of kingship has not been conferred. The throne rightly belonged to Demetrius Sator, but Antiochus IV Epiphanies seized the throne and had himself proclaimed king. He did not come to the throne by rightful succession but he seized it through intrigue.

Dan. 11:22 We are told by Gabriel that this king of the north gains acceptance by turning aside an invading army, he also deposed Onias III, the high priest, called here the prince of the covenant.

Dan. 11:23 Gabriel goes on to further relate how despicable a person Antiochus IV Epiphanies is with his practice of deception. He actually gains power with the help of a very small number of people.
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