Who is the “Little Horn” of Daniel 7:8, 24, 25?

Daniel 12 refers to three periods of time: 1260, 1290, and 1335 days.  These prophetic days are generally understood to represent years, which began to count “from the time that the daily sacrifice shall be taken away, and the abomination that maketh desolate set up.” (Daniel 12:11)   The date when Papacy was “set up” with her doctrine of the mass, which sets aside the value of
Jesus’ once-for-all ransom sacrifice, represented by the daily sacrifice, has been taken to be 539 AD.  For then Papacy acquired a new dimension of civil authority, the result of a power vacuum caused by the defeat of the Ostrogothic kingdom who had previously ruled Italy.

Our purpose here is:
1. To review the 3rd Volume account of this date.
2. Identify the 3 horns of Daniel and discuss why they required to be plucked up.
3. To establish the 539 date from history.
4. To reflect on the significance of that date.

In this way we hope to reconfirm our faith in time prophecies.

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Read about the Chronology of the Development of the Doctrine of The Mass here:    Scroll down six pages to find the article.

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