Dispensationalists claim that Matthew 23:39 predicts a yet future coming of the Lord, that Jesus addressed in Matthew 24. But, is that correct?
We cannot hope to properly understand Matthew 24 unless we understand Matthew 23!
This is our last video in our series on the Seventy Weeks of Daniel 9.
If the New Creation of Revelation 21 is the world of righteousness that Daniel 9 foretold, then the seventy weeks were fulfilled in AD 70.
If the OT and New did not predict two different world's of everlasting righteousness, then the 70 weeks did not end in AD 34!!
Seventy Weeks were determined to bring in everlasting righteousness. The NT writers, well after AD 34, were still awaiting fulfillment of that...
Revelation 11 and 20 depict the completion of the Atonement at the fall of Jerusalem-- not in AD 34-35.
A proper understanding of the allusions to the Atonement in Revelation proves that the seventy weeks did not end in AD 34.
Any attempt at positing the end of the 70th weak in AD 34-35 either ignores or negates the festal content of Daniel 9!
Revelation posits the end of the 70 weeks- finalizing of Atonement-- in AD 70!
The making of the Atonement is limited to the 70 weeks, and that demands that the end of the 70 weeks was in AD 70!
The Atonement was confined to the 70 weeks. But, the Atonement was not completed at the Cross!