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If I Were Told the Future - Test 53

The 1335 Days

In order to check your understanding and your progress in the study of the Word of God, we invite you to fill out this short test and return it to us. The correct answers will be sent back to you as soon as possible.

A mark of 70% or better will allow you to submit the test of Lesson 54. Upon the completion of the entire Bible course If I Were Told the Future, you will receive a Certificate of Achievement.


If I Were Told the Future: Test for Lesson 53

  1. What is the connection between the prophetic period of the 1290 days and the prophetic period of the 1335 days, both found in the book of Daniel chapter 12?
    The 1335 days are an extension to the 1290 days.
    These two periods add up, coming to a total of 2625 days.
    These two periods come to an end at the same time.
    These two periods are completely unconnected.

  2. When did the prophetic period of the 1335 days begin, as foretold in Daniel chapter 12?
    In A.D. 476.
    In A.D. 538.
    In A.D. 1798.
    In A.D. 1929.

  3. Daniel chapter 12 displays a perfect chiasmus in which the first six elements of chapter 12 correspond with the last six in reverse order. According to this chiasmus, where does the prophetic period of the 1335 days lead?
    To the cleansing of the sanctuary.
    To the end of World War I.
    To the end of World War II.
    To the last countdown leading to Jesus’ return.

  4. The answer to the preceding question is confirmed by comparing the scene of Daniel chapter 12 with a scene found in Revelation chapter 10, described as follows: «And the angel which I saw stand on the sea and on the earth lifted up his hand to heaven, and swore by Him that lives for ever and ever, (...) that there should be no longer, but in the days of the voice of the angel, when he shall begin to , the mystery of God should be , as He has declared to His servants the prophets.»

  5. How many times do we find the expression «Blessed...» in the book of Revelation?
    Only once.
    Three times.
    Seven times.
    Twelve times.

  6. Why does Daniel chapter 12 say that him who comes to the 1335 days is «blessed»? If we study all the «Blessed...» found in the three books making up the cornerstone of Bible prophecy, we get a very clear answer to this question. Indeed, he who comes to the 1335 days is «blessed» because...
    ... Satan will be finally destroyed.
    ... the Holy Spirit will be poured out on the believers.
    ... the book of Daniel will be unsealed.
    ... the last countdown leading to Jesus’ return will begin.

  7. In the Gospel according to Matthew, Jesus states on two occasions, concerning His second coming, that no one knows... (check off all the right answers)
    ... the year.
    ... the day.
    ... the hour.

  8. In the book of Revelation, Jesus says, «If therefore you shall not , I will come on you as a thief, and you shall not what hour I will come on you.» Now, the First Epistle of Paul to the Thessalonians confirms that it is indeed possible not to be surprised by this great event: «The Day of the Lord so comes as a thief in the night. (...) But you, brothers, are not in darkness, that that Day should you as a thief.»

  9. At the end of our lesson on the 1335 days of Daniel chapter 12, we have seen that thinking to know the year when the last countdown leading to Jesus’ return begins may be dangerous. Which important warnings must we always remember? (Check off all the right answers.)
    Setting the year too early may discourage, once the mistake is admitted.
    Setting the year too late may prevent a serious preparation.
    Difficult days will precede the return of Jesus.
    Let’s maintain our relationship with Jesus, so as to be always ready.

  10. Finally, in the Gospel according to Luke, Jesus gives an excellent conclusion to our lesson on the 1335 days, with this precious piece of advice: « you therefore, and always, that you may be accounted worthy to all these things that shall come to pass, and to before the Son of man.» Jesus thus invites us to seriously prepare ourselves, before His glorious return.

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