[b-hebrew] actual Hebrew question about Daniel 9:25

Yonah Mishael yonahmishael at gmail.com
Tue Sep 12 18:30:31 EDT 2006

The obvious question, then, is how this applies to verse 24 and its stated

1. לכלא הפשע
2. ולהתם חטאת (this is from the קרי)
3. ולכפר עון
4. ולהביא צדק עלמים
5. ולחתם חזון ונביא
6. ולמשח קדש קדשים

How are all of these things accomplished within the now 441 years (63 × 7,
assuming that 62 and 7 are concurrent and one more follows them)? So, you
set it from the 446/445 BCE command given to Nehemiah? This would bring us
up to about 5 or 4 BCE. Surely there was no war at that time that was of
major significance. I'm really interested in your position. Would you mind,
if necessary, perhaps laying it out for me offline?


On 9/12/06, K Randolph <kwrandolph at gmail.com> wrote:

> Yonah:
> No, I see the seventieth seven as the last one.
> As for the start, it was at about the time of Ezra, as the command was
> given to Nehemiah, a contemporary of Ezra.
> The total context of Daniel will have to include the book of Nehemiah.
> Notice, when Nehemiah first went to Jerusalem, there was the temple, a
> few houses for priests and  government officials, but otherwise the
> city was an expanse of ruins. During difficult times, Nehemiah rebuilt
> the city walls and repopulated the city. Nehemiah did this according
> to the command of his king. This is clearly the beginning of the
> seventy sevens.
> My understanding of Daniel is that vs. 27 is that the final seven is
> being described.
> Remember, this is a prophecy concerning the city of Jerusalem and the
> people connected with it.
> Karl W. Randolph.
> On 9/11/06, Yonah Mishael <yonahmishael at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Karl,
> >
> > Do you then see the seventieth seven as also concurrent? Where do you
> see
> > the periods beginning?
> >
> > Todah,
> > Yonah
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Yonah Mishael ben Avraham
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