Signs and wonders are going to begin to flood all flesh as we progress from this point in history on. I’ve been a 7th Day adventist for just over 20 years now, and have recently discovered that the starting date for the 2300 year prophecy was not 457 B.C., but instead, 333 B.C.
In 333 B.C. Alexander the Great took control of Jerusalem and it was never regained by Israel until 1967.
For those Adventist who fell for the, “No year zero, therefore we must add a year,” consider this: If you do a math problem that is negative 15, then add 16 to it, what do you get? The answer is 1. The Millerites (1843) way of thinking, would have you add one to the sum but then you have 2 as your answer. This makes no sense, and the reason Miller did this is because of the Great Disappointment. Nothing happened so he had to scramble to figure out why, and the “no year zero” theory was born. Do the math. When we get 1 from -15 +16, just because we are at the edge of 2 doesn’t mean we change the answer.
There were exactly 2300 Passovers from the time Alexander the Great took control of Jerusalem, to the time of the 6 day war when Israel once again took control back from the gentiles. —read more
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