A connection between history and prophecy that can be trusted. Your interpretation? Not so much. Your translation? Not so much except for numbers and colors. Somehow they have survived what translators do to the Word of God. Some things are sacred.
A White Robe
A little season. They were told they should rest until the full number of their fellow servants would be killed as they were. Numbers. Follow the numbers. Pay attention to the numbers. No need for interpretation. All the different translations of the bible somehow get them right.
A Sealed Revelation
A key to understanding. Only He can open the book and break the seven seals. Only history can verify the fulfillment of prophecy and only numbers and colors can connect them. Start with a big number like a thousand years and see if it fits with the smaller ones. Interpreting what has been translated is not reliable.
A Fulfillment of Prophecy
A connection with numbers and colors without translation errors and misinterpretation. We have 60 different English translations of the bible but somehow they agree on numbers and colors. We have thousands of denominations due to misinterpretation. Historians have higher standards when it comes to objective truth.
A reliable translation. You can give them different symbolic meanings but somehow they translate well. Instead of trying to interpret what has been translated, try using numbers and colors to connect history with what has been prophesied. Only history can verify the fulfillment of prophecy. Connect them with numbers and colors.
A Translation Not Inspired
A problem with interpretation. 50 different English translations all agree on “one of his” but the next word could be princes, commanders, officers, officials, generals, leaders, principalities, or subordinates. A prince is a family member but the rest are not. A problem if you are looking for the king of the north. You have to love BibleGateway. It is inspired.
A Translation Problem
A beast is an it according to Daniel and Daniel knows beasts. Some of the translators didn’t get it right. Somehow its horns became his horns. Somehow they all agreed “it had ten horns”. This is not a small matter. A person cannot have ten horns. Only a beast. Some translators were not inspired. You have to love BibleGateway.
A fulfillment of prophecy verified with numbers that don’t require interpretation. There are over 50 English translations of the bible that agree on numbers. Big numbers like a thousand is the place to start. There is only one Christian empire that lasted a thousand years and it fits.
A Reliable Connection
A prophecy fulfilled with history. Only history can confirm the fulfillment of prophecy. Only numbers can reliably connect history to prophecy. All the bible translators agree on numbers and colors. You can’t trust interpretation. Only numbers and colors. Use them.
A Translation Problem
A commander or another interpretation problem if you are looking for the king of the north. There are eight different words in 52 different translations: princes 24, commanders 10, officers 7, officials 5, generals 2, leaders 2, principalities 1, subordinates 1. The word prince suggests a family member unlike the other seven words which have a similar meaning. Makes you wonder about words used in other parts of the bible. These are major differences in words used before you get to the problem of interpreting them. Reader beware.