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Fall 1947 Daniels Count

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© Copyright Double Portion Inheritance, August 2004http://www.DoublePortionInheritance.com/
 Who Confirms the One & Only Covenant?
By Maria Merola
 In this study I aim to show that Yahu’shua (Jesus) is the one who “confirms” thecovenant in Daniel 9:27, and not the Antichrist. There are many theologians whobuild their “Pre-Tribulation Rapture” theory predicated on the idea that there areseven years of tribulation, but there is no other place in scripture that tells us thatthere is a seven year tribulation. Why is it so important to know who confirms thecovenant? Because this minor detail is what most base their “Rapture” theory on,and so we must find out who the “he” is in Daniel 9:27. I prayed, fasted and studiedout this verse more than any other verse in my life back in the summer of 2004. Aftermuch prayer and study, this is the conclusion that I have come to. What follows is astudy detailing who the “he” is in Daniel 9:27. 
Mark 14:24 And he said unto them,
This is my blood of the new covenant, whichis shed for many 
Daniel 9:27 And 
he shall confirm the covenant with many 
for one week: and inthe midst of the week he shall cause the sacrifice and the oblation to cease, and for the overspreading of abominations he shall make it desolate, even until theconsummation, and that determined shall be poured upon the desolate.
 Yahu’shua confirmed the one and only covenant made with Abraham during Passoverweek, and he confirmed it with “many” as he said the night before his crucifixion“this is the blood of the new covenant shed for many” (Mark 14:24). In the midst of Passover week (Wednesday) when Yahu’shua was crucified, and also in the midst of Daniel’s 70th week (7 years) He (Yahu’shua) caused the sacrifice and the oblation to“cease” to be recognized by the Father in Heaven. The sacrifice and oblation “failed”to be “acceptable” or to make atonement on Yom Kippur each year for 40 years untilHe (Yahu’shua) made the Jewish Temple desolate. Why did he make it desolate?Because they were tolerating the Abominations in the temple spoken of in Ezekiel 8. Yahu’shua is the one who prophesied over Jerusalem and said “behold your house isleft to you desolate,” and so it was his prophetic word which was decreed over Jerusalem that brought them to desolation. 
Matthew 23:
37 O Jerusalem, Jerusalem, thou that killest the prophets, and stonest them whichare sent unto thee, how often would I have gathered thy children together, even as ahen gathereth her chickens under her wings, and ye would not! 38 Behold,
your house is left unto you desolate.
 It was exactly 40 years from Yahu’shua’s death on the cross, when the Romans camewith a flood and destroyed the city and the sanctuary (Daniel 9:26). It is Yahu’shuawho allows this desolation to continue right up until the CONSUMMATION. Whathappens on a wedding night? The married couple “consummates their marriagecovenant.” Jerusalem will continue to be desolate right up until the wedding nightwhen Yahu’shua consummates the marriage contract with his bride. What isdetermined against Jerusalem? “Desolation is determined”, which Yahu’shuaprophesied. And what caused them to be desolate? It is because they rejected thesacrifice of their Messiah. The house of Judah crucified him and proclaimed “let hisblood be on us.” 
Matthew 27:25 Then answered all the people, and said,
His blood be on us, and on our children.
Luke 23:21 But they cried, saying, Crucify him, crucify him.
 You will notice that the word “cease” in Daniel 9:27 is shabath in Hebrew: #7673 shabath shaw-bath’ a primitive root; to repose, i.e. desist from exertion; usedin many implied relations (causative, figurative or specific):--(cause to, let, make to)cease, celebrate, cause (make)
to fail
, keep (sabbath),
suffer to be lacking
, leave,put away (down), (make to)
, rid, still,
take away
.  The word “cease” in Daniel 9:27 is synonymous with
“fail, suffer to belacking”
and it can also imply something that is “figurative” so we can see that Yahu’shua’s death on the cross caused the daily sacrifice to “fail or to be lacking” inits purpose any longer because they rejected the atonement of their Messiah. Hadthey accepted his atonement, the daily sacrifices would have been acceptable to YHWH because they would have been done as a “memorial” of his death burial andresurrection and not as a substitute for sin. The sin offering is different than themorning and evening sacrifices which are not performed for sin. They are performedas an act of worship. But YHWH no longer accepted their act of worship in the templebecause they rejected Messiah as the sin offering.  Yahu’shua caused the sacrifice and oblation to “cease” to be “acceptable” or to belacking. In other words his atonement on the cross should have made the sacrificeand oblation “acceptable” to YHWH. But since they rejected his atonement, he couldnot “proclaim the acceptable year of YHWH” on Yom Kippur from the year of hiscrucifixion and moving forward up until 70 A.D. They continued to perform the YomKippur sacrifices as well as the evening and morning oblations right up until 70 A.D.But YHWH did not recognize their vain oblations. What does the word “vain” mean? Itmeans “empty” or meaningless. 
Isaiah 1:13
Bring no more vain oblations
; incense is an abomination unto me; thenew moons and sabbaths, the calling of assemblies, I cannot away with; it is iniquity,even the solemn meeting.
  Yah was already showing them that he would not accept their sacrifices of worshipbecause they rejected his blood atonement. Isaiah prophesies about the day when Jerusalem would see her final destruction in the Roman Siege: 

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