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    Some Numbers

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    537 B.C. - 536 B.C. (Ezra 1:1-5, 3:8) Ezra begins work on building the 2nd Temple about 70 years after Nebuchadnezzar II becomes King of Babylonia (September 7, 605 B.C.).
    516 B.C. Jerusalem’s 2nd Temple is dedicated (Ezra 6:14-16) 70 years after the destruction of Jerusalem and Solomon’s Temple (586 B.C. Jeremiah 52:12-15).
    445 B.C. (Nehemiah 2:1-6) The Jerusalem walls are repaired within 52 days (Nehemiah 6:15) and dedicated (Nehemiah 12:27) about 70 years after the 2nd Temple is dedicated (516 B.C.).

    According to Jack Van Impe - #1045 aired November 6, 2010 - the countdown for the last generationAs Christ states in Matthew 23:34, Mark 13:30, Luke 21:32 – begins with Israel gaining control of Jerusalem in June 1967.
    *Jack Van Impe does not set ANY date for the Rapture.

    Matthew 1
    17. So all the generations from Abraham to David are fourteen generations; and from David until the carrying away into Babylon are fourteen generations; and from the carrying away into Babylon unto Christ are fourteen generations.

    42 generations from Abraham unto Christ = 2160 years* JVI
    42 generations from Abraham unto Christ = abt. 2000? years**

    JVI - Abram 2160 – David (1031 – 961) / 14 = avg. 80.642 years per generation*
    abt. Abram 2000? – David (1031 – 961) / 14 = avg. 69.214 years per generation**
    David (1031 – 961) - Babylon (586) / 14 = avg. 31.785 years per generation
    Babylon (586) - Christ (5) / 14 = avg. 41.5 years per generation

    * avg. (80.642+31.785+41.5) / 3 = avg. 51.309 years per generation + 1967 = 2018.
    ** avg. (69.214+31.785+41.5) / 3 = avg. 47.499 years per generation + 1967 = 2014.

    Matthew 1:17 (42 generations)
    Either way of estimating Abraham’s birth year (2160 B.C. or abt. 2000 B.C.), we still have both years (2018, 2014) that fit within the seven-year range of 2012 – 2019.

    Archbishop James Ussher (1581-1656) established the accepted chronology of the Old Testament setting 4004 B.C. as creation of Man.*
    3760 B.C. is the traditional Jewish date of creation of Man.**

    Luke 3:23 – 38 (77 generations)
    77 (including God as the everlasting first) generations from creation of Man unto Christ 5 B.C.;
    3999 years divided by 77 = avg. 51.935 years per generation*
    3755 years divided by 77 = avg. 48.766 years per generation**

    1967 + avg. 51.935 years per generation = 2019 A.D.*
    1967 + avg. 48.766 years per generation = 2015 A.D. **

    Luke 3:23 – 38 (77 generations)
    Either way of estimating the biblical creation date (4004 B.C. or 3760 B.C.) we still have both years (2019, 2015) that fit within the seven-year range of 2012 – 2019.

    2018 is the 70th anniversary of Israel’s independence date of May 14, 1948, which again fits within the seven-year range of 2012 – 2019.

    2 Peter 3: 8. But, beloved, be not ignorant of this one thing, that one day is with the Lord as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day.

    Hosea 6
    1. Come, and let us return unto the Lord: for he hath torn, and he will heal us; he hath smitten, and he will bind us up.
    2. After two days will he revive us: in the third day he will raise us up, and we shall live in his sight.

    June 1967 – after 2011 years Jerusalem is back under control of Israel.
    Nisan 1995 was the 2000th anniversary of Christ’s birth in 5 B.C.

    We are in the third day.

    1996 ended the sixth Day / 6000 years Biblically (4004 B.C. – 1996 A.D.) if you accept James Ussher’s chronology.

    We are in the seventh Day.

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    Re: Some Numbers

    Even so, come quickly, Lord Jesus.
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    Re: Some Numbers

    Quote Originally Posted by SirToady View Post
    Some Numbers

    537 B.C. - 536 B.C. (Ezra 1:1-5, 3:8) Ezra begins work on building the 2nd Temple about 70 years after Nebuchadnezzar II becomes King of Babylonia (September 7, 605 B.C.).
    516 B.C. Jerusalem’s 2nd Temple is dedicated (Ezra 6:14-16) 70 years after the destruction of Jerusalem and Solomon’s Temple (586 B.C. Jeremiah 52:12-15).
    445 B.C. (Nehemiah 2:1-6) The Jerusalem walls are repaired within 52 days (Nehemiah 6:15) and dedicated (Nehemiah 12:27) about 70 years after the 2nd Temple is dedicated (516 B.C.).

    According to Jack Van Impe - #1045 aired November 6, 2010 - the countdown for the last generationAs Christ states in Matthew 23:34, Mark 13:30, Luke 21:32 – begins with Israel gaining control of Jerusalem in June 1967.
    *Jack Van Impe does not set ANY date for the Rapture.

    Matthew 1
    17. So all the generations from Abraham to David are fourteen generations; and from David until the carrying away into Babylon are fourteen generations; and from the carrying away into Babylon unto Christ are fourteen generations.

    42 generations from Abraham unto Christ = 2160 years* JVI
    42 generations from Abraham unto Christ = abt. 2000? years**

    JVI - Abram 2160 – David (1031 – 961) / 14 = avg. 80.642 years per generation*
    abt. Abram 2000? – David (1031 – 961) / 14 = avg. 69.214 years per generation**
    David (1031 – 961) - Babylon (586) / 14 = avg. 31.785 years per generation
    Babylon (586) - Christ (5) / 14 = avg. 41.5 years per generation

    * avg. (80.642+31.785+41.5) / 3 = avg. 51.309 years per generation + 1967 = 2018.
    ** avg. (69.214+31.785+41.5) / 3 = avg. 47.499 years per generation + 1967 = 2014.

    Matthew 1:17 (42 generations)
    Either way of estimating Abraham’s birth year (2160 B.C. or abt. 2000 B.C.), we still have both years (2018, 2014) that fit within the seven-year range of 2012 – 2019.

    Archbishop James Ussher (1581-1656) established the accepted chronology of the Old Testament setting 4004 B.C. as creation of Man.*
    3760 B.C. is the traditional Jewish date of creation of Man.**

    Luke 3:23 – 38 (77 generations)
    77 (including God as the everlasting first) generations from creation of Man unto Christ 5 B.C.;
    3999 years divided by 77 = avg. 51.935 years per generation*
    3755 years divided by 77 = avg. 48.766 years per generation**

    1967 + avg. 51.935 years per generation = 2019 A.D.*
    1967 + avg. 48.766 years per generation = 2015 A.D. **

    Luke 3:23 – 38 (77 generations)
    Either way of estimating the biblical creation date (4004 B.C. or 3760 B.C.) we still have both years (2019, 2015) that fit within the seven-year range of 2012 – 2019.

    2018 is the 70th anniversary of Israel’s independence date of May 14, 1948, which again fits within the seven-year range of 2012 – 2019.

    2 Peter 3: 8. But, beloved, be not ignorant of this one thing, that one day is with the Lord as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day.

    Hosea 6
    1. Come, and let us return unto the Lord: for he hath torn, and he will heal us; he hath smitten, and he will bind us up.
    2. After two days will he revive us: in the third day he will raise us up, and we shall live in his sight.

    June 1967 – after 2011 years Jerusalem is back under control of Israel.
    Nisan 1995 was the 2000th anniversary of Christ’s birth in 5 B.C.

    We are in the third day.

    1996 ended the sixth Day / 6000 years Biblically (4004 B.C. – 1996 A.D.) if you accept James Ussher’s chronology.

    We are in the seventh Day.
    I don't accept Bishop Ussher's dates.

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    Re: Some Numbers

    Quote Originally Posted by SirToady View Post
    Some Numbers

    537 B.C. - 536 B.C. (Ezra 1:1-5, 3:8) Ezra begins work on building the 2nd Temple about 70 years after Nebuchadnezzar II becomes King of Babylonia (September 7, 605 B.C.).
    516 B.C. Jerusalem’s 2nd Temple is dedicated (Ezra 6:14-16) 70 years after the destruction of Jerusalem and Solomon’s Temple (586 B.C. Jeremiah 52:12-15).
    445 B.C. (Nehemiah 2:1-6) The Jerusalem walls are repaired within 52 days (Nehemiah 6:15) and dedicated (Nehemiah 12:27) about 70 years after the 2nd Temple is dedicated (516 B.C.).

    According to Jack Van Impe - #1045 aired November 6, 2010 - the countdown for the last generationAs Christ states in Matthew 23:34, Mark 13:30, Luke 21:32 – begins with Israel gaining control of Jerusalem in June 1967.
    *Jack Van Impe does not set ANY date for the Rapture.

    Matthew 1
    17. So all the generations from Abraham to David are fourteen generations; and from David until the carrying away into Babylon are fourteen generations; and from the carrying away into Babylon unto Christ are fourteen generations.

    42 generations from Abraham unto Christ = 2160 years* JVI
    42 generations from Abraham unto Christ = abt. 2000? years**

    JVI - Abram 2160 – David (1031 – 961) / 14 = avg. 80.642 years per generation*
    abt. Abram 2000? – David (1031 – 961) / 14 = avg. 69.214 years per generation**
    David (1031 – 961) - Babylon (586) / 14 = avg. 31.785 years per generation
    Babylon (586) - Christ (5) / 14 = avg. 41.5 years per generation

    * avg. (80.642+31.785+41.5) / 3 = avg. 51.309 years per generation + 1967 = 2018.
    ** avg. (69.214+31.785+41.5) / 3 = avg. 47.499 years per generation + 1967 = 2014.

    Matthew 1:17 (42 generations)
    Either way of estimating Abraham’s birth year (2160 B.C. or abt. 2000 B.C.), we still have both years (2018, 2014) that fit within the seven-year range of 2012 – 2019.

    Archbishop James Ussher (1581-1656) established the accepted chronology of the Old Testament setting 4004 B.C. as creation of Man.*
    3760 B.C. is the traditional Jewish date of creation of Man.**

    Luke 3:23 – 38 (77 generations)
    77 (including God as the everlasting first) generations from creation of Man unto Christ 5 B.C.;
    3999 years divided by 77 = avg. 51.935 years per generation*
    3755 years divided by 77 = avg. 48.766 years per generation**

    1967 + avg. 51.935 years per generation = 2019 A.D.*
    1967 + avg. 48.766 years per generation = 2015 A.D. **

    Luke 3:23 – 38 (77 generations)
    Either way of estimating the biblical creation date (4004 B.C. or 3760 B.C.) we still have both years (2019, 2015) that fit within the seven-year range of 2012 – 2019.

    2018 is the 70th anniversary of Israel’s independence date of May 14, 1948, which again fits within the seven-year range of 2012 – 2019.

    2 Peter 3: 8. But, beloved, be not ignorant of this one thing, that one day is with the Lord as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day.

    Hosea 6
    1. Come, and let us return unto the Lord: for he hath torn, and he will heal us; he hath smitten, and he will bind us up.
    2. After two days will he revive us: in the third day he will raise us up, and we shall live in his sight.

    June 1967 – after 2011 years Jerusalem is back under control of Israel.
    Nisan 1995 was the 2000th anniversary of Christ’s birth in 5 B.C.

    We are in the third day.

    1996 ended the sixth Day / 6000 years Biblically (4004 B.C. – 1996 A.D.) if you accept James Ussher’s chronology.

    We are in the seventh Day.
    SirToady; thank you for this posting "sir"

    I agree with the quote below. I have arrived at the same conclusion, but from another perspective.

    Reading the Biblical versus as quoted below, i can understand why Jack Van Impe does not set ANY date for the Rapture - there is no need.

    [According to Jack Van Impe - #1045 aired November 6, 2010 - the countdown for the last generation – As Christ states in Matthew 23:34, Mark 13:30, Luke 21:32 – begins with Israel gaining control of Jerusalem in June 1967.
    *Jack Van Impe does not set ANY date for the Rapture.]

    [2018 is the 70th anniversary of Israel’s independence date of May 14, 1948, which again fits within the seven-year range of 2012 – 2019.]

    Enough said!

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