70 Week, 1260 days and 2300 days Prophecy Chart



The 70 week prophecy chartScripture: Dan. 9:25

Christ had come at the exact time and in the manner foretold by prophecy. The testimony of Scripture had been fulfilled in every detail of His ministry. He had preached the message of salvation, and “His word was with power.” The hearts of His hearers had witnessed that it was of Heaven. The word and the Spirit of God attested the divine commission of His Son.




1260 day prophecy chartScriptures: Daniel 7:25, Daniel 12:7, Revelation 11:2, Revelation 11:3, Revelation 12:6, Revelation 12:14, Revelation 13:5

This 1260 day time period is referred to 7 times in the Bible’s prophecies; three times as a time, times, and half a time; twice as 42 months; and twice as 1,260 days.

Based on the 30-day calendar used by the Jews, these time periods are all the same amount of time: 3 1/2 years = 42 months = 1,260 days.

One prophetic day equals one literal year (Ezekiel 4:6; Numbers 14:34).

Thus a terrible persecution of God’s people would exist for 1,260 prophetic days or 1,260 literal years.




2300 day prophecy chartScripture: Dan. 8:14 In the eighth chapter of Daniel is recorded the longest prophecy in the Bible. In vision, Daniel sees creatures that symbolize nations which would eventually rule the world.

Next, Daniel see horns, and a little horn that would grow in power and would even magnify itself against the Lord Jesus Christ, the “Prince of princes.”

After seeing the ram, goat, and horns, Daniel hears that this vision will take 2300 days to be completed and covers events during the “time of the end.” Daniel then begins to seek for the meaning.

The angel Gabriel is instructed to make Daniel “understand the vision” and proceeds to explain to Daniel that the creatures/beasts that he saw represented the nations that would soon rule the world.

The Ram with two horns represented the kingdoms of Media and Persia. The “rough goat” and “great horn” represented the kingdom of Greece and it’s first great leader Alexander the Great. (See Daniel 8:20-21)

God opened to Daniel’s view the rise and fall of coming world empires 100′s of years in advance. Today, history bears record that everything has happened as God had shown His prophet. Can we trust that the remaining Bible prophecies will be fulfilled as God indicated? Can we trust God’s promises and should we take heed to God’s warnings? YES, ABSOLUTELY!

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