The historical-grammatical method of interpreting Bible prophecy is a method used by conservative Christians to interpret the prophetic passages of the Bible. This method emphasizes the historical and grammatical context in which the prophecy was written, as well as the literary genre of the prophecy, in order to understand the author's intended meaning.
A benefit of Bible study is its prophecies, which will help us to understand where we are in the stream of time, and what is yet to unfold. Notice the conditions that are coming in the text below.
Daniel 9:24-27 gives us a prophetic time period, wherein there would be a word to restore and build Jerusalem that would initiate a time that would run up unto the coming of an anointed one, the Messiah, who would then be cut off and closing out of the seventy weeks of years with the end of the Abrahamic covenant. What do the different aspects of the 70 weeks of Daniel's prophecy mean?
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Daniel 11:21 Updated American Standard Version (UASV) 21 And there will stand up in his place a despicable one, and they have not conferred the majesty of the kingdom; and he will come in during a time of security and seize the kingdom by intrigue. Antiochus IV Epiphanes (175–163 B.C.E.) had been a political hostage in... Continue Reading →
Daniel 11:10-20 (226 – 175 B.C.E.) Daniel 11:10-13 Updated American Standard Version (UASV) 10 “His sons will wage war and assemble a multitude of great forces, which will keep coming and overflow and pass through, and again will wage war up to his fortress. 11 Then the king of the south, moved with rage, will come out and... Continue Reading →
Daniel 8:17, 19, 26 Updated American Standard Version (UASV) 17 So he came near where I stood. And when he came, I was frightened and fell on my face; but he said to me, “Understand, O son of man, that the vision is for the time of the end.” 19 And he said, “Look, I am making known to you what... Continue Reading →
Many people assume that the prophet’s ministry was primarily concerned with predicting future events. However, the Old Testament reveals that prophetic revelation was much broader than this. There is certainly a foretelling of future events, but there is also a forth-telling of the revealed mind and heart of God. This is a very important dimension... Continue Reading →