Regarding the 70th week of Daniel, mainly the Last 3 1/2 years of “Great Tribulation” and “New” views.
The length of the Great Tribulation in Scripture is 3 1/2 years.
1.Daniel 7:25 – “a time and times and the dividing of time.”
- Daniel 12:7 – “a time, times, and a half”
- Daniel 12:11 – “a thousand two hundred and ninety days” (plus 30 days)
- Rev. 11:2 – “forty and two months”
- Rev. 11:3 – “a thousand two hundred and threescore days”
- Rev. 12:6 – “a thousand two hundred and threescore days”
- Rev. 12:14 – “a time, and times, and half a time”
- Rev. 13:5 – “forty and two months”
The Resurrection on the Last Day is all throughout the Bible. Jesus coming back at the End of the Great Trib. is a theme throughout the OT and the NT Mt 24:29-31 and dozens of other Scriptures. The whole council of God is so clear that there can be no mistake or room for error, yet false beliefs regarding the End Time Events are widely excepted as Gospel Truth.
Two “Proof Texts” that are widely used and quoted are”not appointed unto wrath” and “for the elects sake those days shall be shortened.”
If you read about the Plagues of Egypt or the Wrath in Revelations, none of those judgments fall on His Children, only on the wicked. And as far as the days being shortened, they are shortened or limited to 3 1/2 years just like the Bible Teaches.
21 For there will be trouble then worse than there has ever been from the beginning of the world until now, and there will be nothing like it again! 22 Indeed, if the length of this time had not been limited, no one would survive; but for the sake of those who have been chosen, its length will be limited. CJB Complete Jewish Bible
Matthew 24:22 (HCSB) 22 Unless those days were limited, no one would survive. But those days will be limited because of the elect.
Jesus Returns at the End of the Great Tribulation, Not before or in the Middle or Two different times.Hebrews 9:28 (HCSB) 28 so also the Messiah, having been offered once to bear the sins of many, will appear a second time, not to bear sin, but to bring salvation to those who are waiting for Him.