Day 1,290: the Defeat of the Antichrist & Babylon
My reader, it is important to keep things in perspective as we move forward. Heretofore, we have been observing the events of that serve as in the short 75-day appendix added to the 70th Week of Daniel leading into . Our observations began with & (which pertained to Christians of the Gentile Church Age) and then how resulting in (the LORD picking a fight with Babylon’s World!). Of course, this resulted in a never-before-seen fight, & , which was the first battle of the 2nd Advent War. This, being just be beginning of the 2nd Advent War, does not bring us to the critical juncture of 1,290 days. Remember, the annexation of 30 days was added the original 1,260-day time period, bringing us to 1,290 days, wherein the 2nd Advent War would engulf the earth. The prophet Daniel foretold of this day, saying,
“And from the time that the daily sacrifice shall be taken away, and the abomination that maketh desolate set up, there shall be a thousand two hundred and ninety days.” – Dan. 12:11
The 30th day, amounting to 1,290 days, marks the day when the Antichrist and the Babylonian Empire is defeated and dissolved with the surviving remnant of sinners on the earth in willing subjection to Christ, the Messiah of the Jews. In the language of prophecy, this is when the Kingdom of God “…shall break in pieces and consume all these Kingdoms” (Dan. 2:44)! Christ, the Commander of the Armies of Heaven (Rev. 19:11-16), will ride forth into a worldwide campaign of battles to “put down all rule and all authority and power” (1 Cor. 15:24)! Daniel foresaw the happening of these things in the spirit of prophecy, saying, “I beheld till the Thrones were cast down…” (Dan. 7:9). In other words, there is no Kingdom or coastline that will not be visited by the Armies of Heaven in the casting down of all rule, authority, and power in the earth! Testifying of this, Jude said, “Behold, the Lord cometh with ten thousands of His saints” (Jude 1:14)! To grasp the magnitude of these events, and the divine purposes that will be accomplished therein, let us continue our exploration of prophecy from where we left off at the conclusion of the first battle, the Winepress.