1335/1290/1260 Explained

3.5 Years—Time Period

Until certain "events" take place for all to see, we are always at least 3.5 years away from the start of The Great Tribulation, which starts the countdown to the actual return of Jesus Christ. The Father is in charge of this as per Matthew 24:36—“But of that day and hour no one knows, not even the angels of [a]heaven, but My Father onlyFootnote: [a]NU adds nor the Son [yellow highlight emphasis added]

Daniel 7:25He shall speak pompous words against the Most High, Shall persecute[a] the saints of the Most High, And shall intend to change times and law. Then the saints shall be given into his hand For a time and times and half a time. Footnote: [a]Lit. wear out

Daniel 12:7Then I heard the man clothed in linen, who was above the waters of the river, when he held up his right hand and his left hand to heaven, and swore by Him who lives forever, that it shall be for a time, times, and half a time; and when the power of the holy people has been completely shattered, all these things shall be finished.

Revelation 12:14—But the woman was given two wings of a great eagle, that she might fly into the wilderness to her place, where she is nourished for a time and times and half a time, from the presence of the serpent.

1335 Days

Daniel 12:12—Blessed is he who waits, and comes to the one thousand three hundred and thirty-five days.

1290 Days

Daniel 12:11“And from the time that the daily sacrifice is taken away, and the abomination of desolation is set up, there shall be one thousand two hundred and ninety days.

1260 Days

Revelation 11:2-3—But leave out the court which is outside the temple, and do not measure it, for it has been given to the Gentiles. And they will tread the holy city underfoot for forty-two months. And I will give power to my two witnesses, and they will prophesy one thousand two hundred and sixty days, clothed in sackcloth.”

Hebrew Calendar Months

  1. Abib (Exodus 23:15, 34:18, Deuteronomy 16:1) or Nisan (Esther 3:7)
  2. Iyar
  3. Sivan (Esther 8:9)
  4. Tammuz
  5. Av or Ab
  6. Elul
  7. Tishri
  8. Cheshvan or Bul (IKings 6:38)
  9. Kislev
  10. Tevet
  11. Shevat
  12. Adar (Esther 3:7)
  13. Adar II

Mathematical Explanation of the 1335 Days—using the year 2017 as if it were the year of Christ's Return.

To be clear: Jeaus Christ did NOT return in 2017. Matthew 24:36—“But of that day and hour no one knows, not even the angels of [a]heaven, but My Father onlyFootnote: [a]NU adds nor the Son [yellow highlight emphasis added]

It follows from Scripture that the "First Resurrection" will be on Pentecost of whatever year the Father decides.

  • Jesus Christ was crucified on the Passover in 4076AM/30AD, Wednesday April 10/Nisan 14 approximately 3pm in the afternoon.
  • Jesus Christ was resurrected 3 days and 3 nights later on Saturday, April 13/Nisan 17 just before sunset.
  • Jesus Christ showed Himself to Mary Magdalene after He was resurrected and prior to ascending. [John 20:11-18]
  • Jesus Christ ascended, was accepted as the Wave Sheaf Offering to the Father, and returned on Sunday, April April 14/Nisan 18—first day of the 50-day count to Pentecost.
  • Jesus Christ ascended again on the 40th day of the count to Pentacost—Thursday, May 23/Iyar 27.
  • Pentecost (Day 50) was June 2/Sivan 8, 4076AM/30AD. The Holy Spirit was given.

Using Pentecost of 2017—6063AM/2017AD June 4/Sivan10, 1335 days earlier would have been Tuesday, October 8/Cheshvan 4, 6059AM/2013AD.

Here begins the mathematical explanation of when the 1335 days would have begun.

Passover can only ever occur on a Monday, Wednesday, Friday, or Sabbath (Saturday). This locks in the first weekly Sabbath of the Feast of Unleavened Bread, AND when Pentecost has to occur that same year. [This locks in the other Holy Days as well.]

  • Passover on a Monday (14th Nisan), makes the first weekly Sabbath of the Feast of Unleavened Bread on the 19th day of Nisan. Those 19 days plus the 50 days until Pentecost is 69 days. The first month of the Hebrew Calendar is 30 days; the second month is 29 days. 30+29=59 days. 69-59=10. Therefore the 10th day of the 3rd month HAS to be Pentecost when Passover is on a Monday.
  • Again, Passover on a Monday automatically makes Pentecost on the 10th day of the 3rd Month (Sivan).

Similarly:

  • Passover on a Wednesday makes Pentecost on the 8th day (67 days from the beginning of the Hebrew Calendar year) of the 3rd month (Sivan).
  • Passover on a Friday makes Pentecost on the 6th day (65 days from the beginning of the Hebrew Calendar year) of the 3rd month (Sivan).
  • Passover on a Sabbath makes Pentecost on the 5th day (64 days from the beginning of the Hebrew Calendar) of the 3rd month (Sivan).

Using Pentecost of 2017—6063AM/2017AD June 4/Sivan10, 1335 days earlier would have been Tuesday, October 8/Cheshvan 4, 6059AM/2013AD.

  • 6063AM/2017AD, June 4/Sivan 10 was a Sunday—Pentecost. There are 69 days (Hebrew Calendar) to count in 2017. 
  • 2016 had 353 Hebrew Calendar days.

  • 2015 had 385 Hebrew Calendar days.

  • 2014 had 354 Hebrew Calendar days.

  • 69 + 353 + 385 + 354 = 1161 days.

  • 1335 -1161 = 174 days.

  • 2013 had 385 Hebrew Calendar days. 385 - 174 = 211.

Refer to the calendars below to see visually the actual count to 1335 days prior.

 

 

 

 

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