Daniel 10abominations (Cf) Matthew 24:15. The expression occurs three times in Daniel. In ; Daniel 9:27; 12:11 the reference is to the "Beast," "man of sin"; 2 Thessalonians 2:3,4 and is identical with Matthew 24:15. In Daniel 11:31 the reference is to the act of Antiochus Epiphanes, the prototype of the man of sin, who sacrificed a sow upon the altar, and entered the holy of holies. first month i.e. April. His body The theophanies. Daniel 10:10,18; Ezekiel 40:3; Genesis 12:7; Revelation 1:9. (See Scofield "Daniel 10:10") . beryl Chrysolite. Cf. Ezekiel 1:16. And, behold vs. Daniel 10:10-15, introduce an angel. The theophany begins again at Daniel 10:16. prince of Daniel 10:20. The intimation is clear that as the holy angels are sent forth in behalf of the heirs of salvation, so demons are concerned in behalf of the world-system of Satan. John 7:7; Revelation 13:8. a man The theophanies. Daniel 8:15; Ezekiel 40:3; Genesis 12:7; Revelation 1:9. (See Scofield "Daniel 10:6") . See Scofield "Daniel 10:10".
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