The Abomination of Desolation spoken of in Matthew 24:15-
16 and Mark 13:14 is generally referred to as the time that
pig upon the Altar of God and erected a statute of the Greek
God Zeus in the Temple  in Jerusalem on December 25th in
honor of the Sun god.  

We also see that Caligula in 40 C.E. sought to erect his own
statute in the Temple and again Josephus identifies the
abomination of desolation in the destruction of Jerusalem by
the Roman General Titus in 69-70 C.E.

In Matthew 24:15-16 Yahshua makes reference to the
prophecy of Daniel (9:27):   “When you shall see the
abomination of desolation, spoken of by Daniel the prophet
stand in the holy place, then let them which be in Jerusalem
flee into the mountains.”  

In agreement with the first paragraph above we see that it
calls it the Abomination of Desolation.  When we read
Daniel 9:27, we see that what Daniel really speaks of is the
abomination that makes desolate.   In paragraph one above
we see that the reference is to a specific occurrence and not
to something overspreading that makes it desolate.

Could it be that Yahshua actually misquoted the prophet
Daniel, or, as I suspect was it changed on purpose to direct
the reader to a specific occurrence, rather than to something
else that was happening at the time that was making it

I hardly believe that Yahshua misquoted Daniel.   So that
only leaves one other alternative, someone intentionally
altered the script to redirect the reader from what was
actually happening within the Church that was making the
Word of God both void and desolate of legal standing.   

By rejecting the commandments of God, His Sabbaths, His
Holy assemblies, and the Hebrew Scriptures, which are the
Word of God, and substituting the religious assemblies of
pagan religions by the early Gentile Churches, which were
later accepted and adopted into the Catholic religion, they
were in affect making the Word of God desolate, the religion
of God desolate, the commandments of God desolate, null
and void of any legal standing.  

It has been said that the Hebrew Scriptures, the written
Torah, has been done away with and we are now under
grace.  We know that mercy and grace are weightier matters
of the Law so if the Law has been done away with, then so
too has mercy and grace!  

The abomination that makes desolate is actually the
abomination of desolation that now takes its stand center
stage as the doctrines and traditions of the Catholic religion
and all those who follow the dictates of that religion.   

All those who follow such doctrines and traditions will
receive of the plagues that will be brought upon that religion
as indicated in Revelations, chapter 18.

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