The Prince who is to ComeMost Christian doctrines identify the Prince who is prophesied to come in the book of Daniel, as the Antichrist. However, a simple and unbiased look at the verses in question, reveals that the common interpretation is incorrect.

Daniel 9:25-27
“Know therefore and understand,
That from the going forth of the command to restore and build Jerusalem until Messiah the Prince [משיח נגיד],
There shall be seven weeks [49 years] and sixty-two weeks [434 years]; [49+434=483 years]
The street shall be built again, and the wall, even in troublesome times.
“And after the sixty-two weeks Messiah [משיח] shall be cut off (Mt.27:46, Mk.15:34), but not for Himself (but for us);
And the people of the Prince [נגיד] who is to come shall destroy the city and the set-apart place.
The end of it shall be with a flood, and till the end of the war desolations are determined.
Then He shall confirm the covenant with many for one week;
But in the middle of the week He shall bring an end to sacrifice and offering.
And on the wing of abominations shall be one (Antichrist) who makes desolate,
Even until the consummation, which is determined, is poured out on the desolate.”

As you can see above, the Antichrist is mentioned as the “one who makes desolate”, also known as the Abomination of Desolation (Dn.11:31, 12:11, Mt.24:15, Mk.13:14); therefore, one can easily conclude that the Prince cannot be the “one who makes desolate”, for the verses clearly show they are two separate individuals.

This confusion in most Christian doctrines has to do with the fact that to most Theologians and Eschatologists, the Beast and the Antichrist are one and the same, which is a misconception, since the Beast is a World Leader (Politician), while the Antichrist is the one who will claim to be the Messiah himself, having many of the features that the masses have come to believe over the years that the Messiah had, because of the many doctrines of demons taught during the Apostasy. There are others within Christianity who think that the False Messiah is the False Prophet, however the False Prophet is a religious leader (Pope) that will testify that the Antichrist (False Messiah) is the true Messiah, helping to establish him as god over the people of the world. Therefore, the False Messiah is the spirit of Satan in the Image (Body) that the Beast and the False Prophet will make (Rev.13:14-15) to get to control the whole world through this great deception (Dn.8: 25, 2Ts.2:9-12), yet they themselves will fall with it.

Furthermore, understanding this point, will lead many to immediately conclude that the Prince that will confirm the Covenant is the Beast, also called the Small Horn in other verses of the Book of Daniel, which will be explained in future articles. I believe it is worth mentioning, that although I consider that a simple fulfilment of this prophecy, because of the way it is written, could indeed be that the Beast would make some sort of political treaty in order to mark the official start of the last week of Daniel in the physical plane, I believe that if we actually go deeper into the Scripture, we would find that there is a higher level of interpretation for these verses, which reveal what will be the main event to announce the official start of the last 7 years in the Spiritual plane. This is the interpretation that will be explained in this Article, showing on a higher level, according to Scripture, who is the Prince who is to come. Interestingly, Isaac Newton studied thoroughly this prophecy, and although I do not agree with every detail, neither with everything taught by him for that matter, I do agree with his conclusion that in this chapter of Daniel (9), Yahwéh was explaining to the Prophet, through the Angel, not only His first manifestation through the Messiah Yahushua, but also his second manifestation as the Great Prince.

First and Last.

First of all, we must establish who is the “He” that will confirm the covenant, for which, a very important detail must be explained in order to clarify what will be discussed in this article

Isaiah 41:4
Who hath wrought and done it, calling the generations from the beginning?
I Yahweh, the first, and with the last; I am he.

The Almighty declares to be the First and the Last in several occasions (Is.44:6, 48:12), which means that He is Eternal, the beginning and the end, as well as the fact that He would manifest on Earth two separate times, known as the First and the Last, also as Mashiach BenYahudah and Mashiach BenYahusef (Messiah son of Judah and Messiah son of Joseph), meaning that he would come once through the Tribe of Yahudah and then again during the End Times, through the Tribe of Yahusef (Efraim). As we know, according to the genealogies given in Mathew 1 and Luke 3, Yahushua came from the line of Yahudah, becoming the Root of David (Mt.22:41-46, Lk.20:41-44, Mk.12:35-37), in order to make Yahudim, all who believe in Him (Rm.2:28-29, Gal.3:28, Col.3:11). This is how the manifestation of the Last, although being from the line of Efraim physically, is able to become the Branch of David spiritually, just as Yahushua was the son of Yahudah physically and the son of Yosef spiritually, since Yosef did not have sex with Miriam (Mary”) for her to get pregnant, still Yahushua was known as the son of Yosef (Mt.1:20, Lk.3:23, 4:22, Jn.1:45, 6:42). So as we can see, what the First fulfilled physically, the Last fulfils spiritually and vice-versa. According to the prophet Ezekiel, the First and Last will become one at the end (Ez.37:15-28), being in this way one person who is both the Root and Offspring of David, reason why the Messiah only mentions this very words in the first person, until all prophecies have been fulfilled (Rev.22:16). This is seen quite clearly in the verse above, in which Yahweh states that He is the First (Yahushua) and also will be with the Last, meaning that He shall appear on Earth a second time, among the Chosen Few of the Last Days.

When it comes to the doctrine of the Jews and the Christians, each group has a piece of this puzzle, however neither piece is enough to see the whole picture, reason why they end up with wrong doctrines:

  1. Jews are expecting these two Messiahs to appear one after the other. Basically, they are waiting for the Messiah Son of Yahusef to appear and fight in a war in the Name of the Most High, be killed during this war, and then the Messiah Son of Yahudah would appear to resurrect Him and establish the Kingdom. This contradicts several prophecies foretelling a time of 2000 years between the first and the second coming (Hs.6:2). For instance, the 40 years between the going out of Egypt by the hand of Moshe on Pesach (“Passover”), and the time when they entered the Promise Land by the hand of Yahushua Son of Nun, mirrors how Yahushua the Messiah came to earth to redeem us through his blood by becoming the Lamb sacrificed on Pesach, freeing us from Sin, 40 Jubilees (2000 years) before the coming of the Prophet like Moshe, who shall lead the chosen to the actual Promise Land, the New Yerushalaim, with EliYahu, the Prophet like Aaron, but both of them shall die (Rev.11:7), just a few days before the Congregation actually enters the Kingdom, in the same way that it happened in the past (Nm.20:23-24, 27:12-13).

  3. Christians believe that it is only one Messiah, meaning one person, coming two different times. The first having been born on earth and a second time just coming down, without touching Earth, only to take his chosen away during the harvest, which goes against all that is written about the descendant of Ephraim (Jr.31:20) and simply has no logic, since the Messiah warns the Congregation of Pergamos, that he shall appear to fight with the sword of His Mouth (Rev.2:16). This means that he will actually come down and teach the true doctrine, which of course will destroy the lies taught in most churches nowadays, which shall result in the hate of the whole world being directed at him, until the time in which he will be killed (Rev.11:7-10), repeating once again what happened 2000 years ago with Yahushua (the First) in Yisrael, this time through the Last among the Nations, so that neither shall have an excuse before the Most High.

I know this is a very bold statement, for I have not seen this teaching anywhere, however it is very clear in the Scriptures, once you put the two pieces together, as the Old and the New Testament should go. This disregard for a certain portion of the Scriptures is causing history to repeat itself, for just as some Yahudim (“Jews”) were expecting the Messiah to just descend from the sky physically, so are Christians awaiting for the second coming to be visible from the heavens, not understanding the spiritual interpretation of the verses that say something along this line, besides the fact that indeed there shall be a moment in which it will happen, but this will be when Messiah is coming to fight in the War of Armageddon (Rev.19), moment in which there no longer will be a chance for repentance.

As a very wise saying goes, 2000 years ago, Jews were expecting a Lion and got a Lamb, now the Christians are expecting the Lamb, yet shall get a Lion. The first time Yahweh manifested on Earth, he did it as the Water of Life, bringing mercy, forgiveness, favour, etc. The second time is to bring judgement, coming as a Consuming Fire


Three people Prophesied to come.

John 1:25
And they asked him, saying, “Why then do you baptise if you are not the Messiah (from Yahudah), nor Elijah, nor the Prophet (from Efraim)?

Here’s a key point, the Yahudim of the time of Yahushua were expecting three different people:

  1. A Messiah who would be a descendant of Yahudah.

  3. EliYahu (“Elijah”), who would be a descendant of Levi, to prepare the way.

  5. A Prophet like Moshe (Moses), as it was promised (Dt.18:15-19), from the tribe of Efraim, since he was represented by Moshe’s successor, whose name was Hoshea (“Salvation”) but was changed to Yahushua in order to fulfil this important role; however, he has been erroneously known as “Joshua” (Nm.13:16). Therefore, Yahushua (“Joshua”), who is Efraim’s descendant, is an image of the second coming of the Messiah, this time through a descendant of Efraim, son of Yahusef.

Everything will be explained more in depth, in my upcoming book entitled “Declaring the End from the Beginning”, so please stay tuned.

Following along, Yahuchanan the Immersor (“John the Baptist”) was the second coming of EliYahu, according to the Messiah himself (Mt.11:14), therefore the manifestation of Yahuchanan functions as an image for us to understand the second coming of Messiah, being also born again. Just like EliYahu was taken alive (2Kg.2:11) and then was born as Yahuchanan (Lk.1:11-13), in the same way, Mashiach was taken alive (Ac.1:9) and then would be born again to fulfil the second coming (Is.9:6, Jr.23:5-8, 31:22).

Luke 1:11-13
Then an angel of Yahweh appeared to him, standing on the right side of the altar of incense. And when ZecharYahu (“Zechariah”) saw him, he was troubled, and fear fell upon him.
But the angel said to him, “Do not be afraid, ZecharYahu, for your prayer is heard; and your wife Elisheba (“Elizabeth”) will bear you a son, and you shall call his name Yahuchanan (“John”).

In the verses above, we can observe how the name EliYahu can be formed by the union of the first half of the name of Yahuchanan’s mother, with the second half of the name of his father, namely taking the Eli from Elisheba and the Yahu from ZecharYahu, resulting in EliYahu, confirming once more that Yahuchanan is the second coming of EliYahu. In the book of Malachi (3:1, 4:5) it was prophesied that EliYahu would have to appear two more times in the world, once to prepare the way for the Messiah, which was fulfilled by Yahuchanan the Immersor, and a second time during the end times, as one of the Two Witnesses of Revelation 11. In adhesion to this, in Isaiah 40:3 there’s a prophecy regarding the first manifestation, which is the verse Yahuchanan mentioned as being fulfilled by him, when the Pharisees asked him if he was EliYahu and he claimed not to be, due to the fact that they were asking for the EliYahu of the end times, not understanding the separation between both mentions in the book of Malachi, so Yahuchanan discerning this, denied being this EliYahu, instead confessing to be the messenger mentioned in Isaiah 40:3, which is connected to Malachi 3:1 and in turn gives us a deep insight in order for us to understand the verse from the book of Daniel.

Malachi 3:1
“Behold, I send My messenger [EliYahu], and he will prepare the way before Me.
And the Sovereign [Yahushua HaMashiach], whom you seek, will suddenly come to His temple,
Even the Messenger of the Covenant [Prophet like Moshe], In whom you delight.
Behold, He is coming,” Says Yahweh of hosts.

As you can see, the verse above mentions the three different people that were prophesied to come, two of which become one at the end, denoted by the word “even”, just as EliYahu would appear twice. Notice how the third person is called “the Messenger (Malak) of the Covenant, which is a very important key to decipher Daniel 9, as we shall see.


70 Weeks of Daniel 9.

Daniel 9:25-27
“Know therefore and understand, that from the going forth of the command to restore and build Jerusalem until Messiah the Prince [משיח נגיד], there shall be seven weeks [49 years] and sixty-two weeks [434 years]; [49+434=483 years]
The street shall be built again, and the wall, even in troublesome times.
“And after the sixty-two weeks Messiah [משיח] shall be cut off (Mt.27:46, Mk.15:34), but not for Himself;
And the people of the Prince [נגיד] who is to come shall destroy the city and the set-apart place.
The end of it shall be with a flood, and till the end of the war desolations are determined.
Then He shall confirm the covenant with many for one week;
But in the middle of the week He shall bring an end to sacrifice and offering.
And on the wing of abominations shall be one (Antichrist) who makes desolate,
Even until the consummation, which is determined, Is poured out on the desolate.”

The verse above shows how the covenant shall be confirmed for a week, which according to the Hebrew understanding it means a period of 7 years. Regarding the covenant and the person who confirms it, there is a doctrine that has been almost universally accepted, however it is incorrect. On the other hand the explanation for the correct interpretation is simple, yet completely opposite to the one that is commonly taught, therefore it may be hard to digest, either way, I’ll try to make it comprehensible. For this, let’s make a list of the key points gathered from the verses above.

  1. There would be 483 years from the command to restore Yerushalaim to the Messiah Prince [משיח נגיד].

  3. In Hebrew, Messiah Prince is Mashiach Nagid [משיח נגיד], which refers to the First [משיח] and Last [נגיד] as One. Yahushua came as the Kohen Gadol (“High Priest”), fulfilling the part of Mashiach (Anointed). The Last comes to become Melek Gadol (“Great King”), therefore fulfilling the part of Nagid (Prince).

  5. After the 69 weeks, “Messiah” would be cut off, however this time it does not mention the word “Prince”, consequently it can be understood that the Messiah part was cut off from the Prince and for the Prince, which is confirmed by the following words.

  7. As the verse explains, Messiah was cut off but not for himself, for He was sacrificed for the Prince and for those who believe in Him. Yahushua has no sin, therefore the fact that he died was in order to pay for the sins of everyone who has faith in Him. There are two levels of interpretation for these words, one is that the Messiah was sacrificed to bring forgiveness to the world, while another is that He had to die in order for the Nagid to fulfil His role (Is.63:5).

  9. After this, Daniel mentions again the word “Nagid” (Prince), which is basically the title “Mashiach Nagid” after Mashiach was cut off. This means that the First manifestation of Yahweh was as Mashiach, while the Last is as Prince.

  11. The word “Nagid” [נגיד] appears only 3 times in the book of Daniel, two of which are in the text above. If you look at the context, the person in question is the Messiah, so it only makes sense that it is He who confirms the covenant. However, he had been cut off, so the only person mentioned close to the statement is the Prince, therefore it is He who confirms the covenant.

  13. This Prince is interpreted by most as being the Antichrist, mostly because it reads “the people of the Prince [נגיד] who is to come shall destroy the city and the set-apart place”, being those “people” the Romans, since they destroyed the second Temple. Here we have two issues, the first is that the False-Messiah is later mentioned as the “one who makes desolate”, therefore is a separate person. Secondly, the Messiah said he would come as a thief in the night and one of the interpretations of these words is that he shall appear to the world as a Gentile outwardly, as when Yakov dressed as Esau to take his blessing from their father, which is why Isaiah (63:1-6) prophesied that Messiah would come from Edom, dressed in Red, which is the meaning of Esau’s nickname (Edom=Red). Therefore, the second coming will be as Yakov, dressed as Esau (Roman), which was also represented by Paulus, who was a Hebrew with Roman citizenship (Ac.22:25-26). In the same line, Yahushua, the Messiah, came as Yitzhak (Isaac), reason why He was sacrificed by the Father, for He was the Lamb which Yahweh gave as a replacement for the time Abraham was about to sacrifice his own son Yitzhak. In fact, at this moment, Abraham was about to sacrifice both Yitzhak and Yakov, for Yakov was still in Yitzhak’s loins, which confirms the fact that in Yitzhak’s sacrifice, was represented the sacrifice of the First and the Last. I say Yitzhak’s sacrifice, because of the fact that Yahweh stopped him, which means that Abraham’s intentions were enough in the eyes of Yahweh. Abraham was willing to do the hardest sacrifice in the world, in order to obey the Most High, so his intentions were taken as the action itself, because if Yahweh had not stopped him, he would have done it, so that moment was seen by the Heavens as if Yitzhak had been truly sacrificed. We see this by the fact that after this episode in the Scripture, the following verse only describes Abraham returning and we do not see Yitzhak again until he marries (Gen.22:7-9, 22:19, 24:4). This means that Yahushua would come and die for our sins, and then shall appear again at the Wedding of the Lamb, for the second coming is represented by Yakov.

  15. The Scripture says that “He Confirms” the Covenant, not that He Makes it, which means that the Covenant has been previously established, yet it has to be confirmed. There’s nothing in Scriptures to conclude that Satan has made any type of covenant previously, for him to confirm it now through the Beast, while on the other hand, the Messiah gave His blood for a New Covenant (Mt.26:28, Mk.14:24, Lk.22:20), even higher than the one that Yahwéh made when giving the Torah through Moshé. This clearly means that the Prince [נגיד] comes to confirm the Covenant made through Yahushua the Messiah [משיח]; as a matter of fact, when Yahushúa was about to give his blood, he said that it was the “blood of the new covenant, which is shed for Many”, while we read on Daniel that the Prince “shall confirm the covenant with Many for one week”, showing how it is the same covenant which was done by Messiah for the “Many”, now being confirmed through the Last, the Prophet like Moshé. If the “He” in Daniel’s verse was the Antichrist, or even the Beast, the Scripture would have to tell us of a Covenant previously made by him, in order for him to now come to confirm it.

  17. After the first 3.5 years of the last 7, “He” who confirms the covenant puts an end to the sacrifice. Once this happens, the False-Messiah is revealed and shall desolate the world till the end of that last 7 years, meaning, the last 3.5 years. The one who makes Desolate is the False-Messiah, so it doesn’t make sense for him to be the one who confirms the Covenant, since the one who makes desolate clearly appears after the Principe confirmed the Covenant. Furthermore, as I have explained before, the Beast and the Abomination of Desolation are two different entities, the Beast is the World Leader, also known as the Little Horn, while the Abomination of Desolation is the False-Messiah, also known as the Antichrist. Some would automatically conclude that the Prince is the Beast, however, nowhere in Scripture is the Beast called a Nagid (Prince), in fact, the Scripture says that they will not give him the honour of royalty (Dn.11: 21), such as a President or Secretary of the UN does not have title of King, in addition to the simple fact that it is not mentioned in Scripture that the Beast made a pact to now confirm it at this time. In Daniel 11, the Covenant is mentioned repeatedly as being Set-Part (Dn.11:28, 11:30), which means Pure; besides, it also mentions that the Beast is on the side of those who forsake and act wickedly against the covenant (Dn.11:23, 11:28, 11:30, 11:32), therefore, it makes no sense that he would be the one to confirm it. Consequently, the Covenant is the one that Yahweh did through the blood of Yahushua, which He will now confirm through his Second Manifestation as the Great Prince, before officially becoming the King of kings.


Fulfilment of the first 69 Weeks.

Most people are inclined to believe that the order to restore Yerushalaim was given in the year 445 B.C. (Neh.2:5-8, 17, 18); however, there are some strong arguments to conclude it was actually in the year 444 B.C. Either way, the calendars nowadays aren’t accurate, hence any calculation would be an approximate anyways. In Scriptures, there are several places in which we are given a set time, for instance in Daniel and in the Book of Revelation, we have periods of 42 Months, 1260 days, 1290 days, 1335 days, etc. This shows us that the years accounted in prophecy are of 360 days, like the degrees in the circle of the Earth (Is.4:22), so it could also be seen as the correct calendar, in which by combining the movement of the Moon (354) with that of the Sun (365), we end up with a 360 day calendar. The 69 weeks mentioned in Daniel, would be 483 prophetical years of 360 days, which would be the time that had to pass until the Messiah Prince would appear. By multiplying 483 by 360, we end up with 173.880 days, so if we then take that number and divide it by 365, in order to get an approximate in the Gregorian calendar, we end up with 476 years, after rounding it up. If you take 476 years from 444 B.C. you come to the year 33 A.D.; for the 0 was not included in the Gregorian Calendar arrangements. This math brings us just days before the sacrifice of the Messiah, in fact by doing the math to the day, it all points to the 10th of Aviv (Nisan), the day in which Yahushua entered Yerushalaim on a Donkey (Ps.118:26, Zk.9:9, Mt.21:9, Mk.11:10, Lk.19:38, Jn.12:13), which is confirmed by Yahushua’s words during this very event.

Luke 19:41-44
Now as He drew near, He saw the city and wept over it, saying, “If you had known, even you, especially in this your day, the things that make for your peace! But now they are hidden from your eyes. For days will come upon you when your enemies will build an embankment around you, surround you and close you in on every side, and level you, and your children within you, to the ground; and they will not leave in you one stone upon another (70 A.D.), because you did not know the time of your visitation.”

Either way, we can conclude that the Prophecy given to Daniel was announcing the coming of Yahushua as the Messiah, who would be sacrificed for our sins. This is the reason why the Jewish “sages” have proclaimed a curse to all who dare to read Daniel 9 in order to calculate the coming of Mashiach, for they would realise quite easily that they rejected and killed him, so this is why they hide it from all who listen to them.

“May the curse of heaven fall upon those who calculate the date of the advent of the Messiah, and thus create political and social unrest among the people.”
– Talmud, Sanhedrin, 97b.

“Rabbis after the time of Christ have pronounced a curse on anyone who would attempt to calculate the dates of this chapter.”
– Talmud, Sanhedrin 97b, Soncinoed. p. 659.

A Rabbi by the name of Moses Abraham Levi said, “I have examined and searched all the Holy Scriptures and have not found the time for the coming of Messiah clearly fixed, except in the words of Gabriel to the prophet Daniel, which are written in the 9th chapter of the prophecy of Daniel” – The Messiah of the Targums, Talmud and Rabbinical Writers, 1971, p.141-142.

Conclusions about the Prince of Daniel 9.

Keeping all this in mind, by tying the 9 points mentioned above, we can conclude that Yahushua presented himself to be sacrificed (cut-off) as the lamb, at the exact time that it was prophesied in Daniel 9. After 69 weeks of years from the order to restore Yerushalaim, Mashiach Nagid appeared, which is why the people “cried, saying, Hosanna to the son of David” (Mt.21:9), “Blessed be the kingdom of our father David” (Mk.11:10), “Blessed be the King” (Lk.19:38) and “Blessed is the King of Yisrael that cometh in the Name of Yahweh” (Jn.12:13). These statements were proclaimed by the people, even though Yahushúa himself had declared not to be the Son of David (Mt.22:41-46, Lk.20:41-44, Mk.12:35-37), but the Root, yet at this moment he was fulfilling both roles as Mashiach-Nagid, consequently these words had to be proclaimed by the people for the prophecy to be fulfilled, for if they held their peace, the stones would cry out (Lk.19:39-40). At His sacrifice, Messiah was cut off, fulfilling the verse in Daniel, then a few decades later, the Romans destroyed the temple in 70 A.D.; and now that we are in the end times, the Nagid must manifest as a thief in the night, dressed as a Roman, to confirm the pact made by Messiah and stop the sacrifice and offering by being himself sacrificed with the witness like EliYahu as the offering, during the feast called Yom Kippur.

As mentioned in the 6º point of the list, the word Nagid appears twice in Daniel 9, while the other time it appears is proof that the Prince who confirms the Covenant is the manifestation of the second coming.

Daniel 11:21-23
And in his place shall arise a Vile Person (the Beast), to whom they will not give the honour of royalty; but he shall come in peaceably, and seize the kingdom by intrigue. With the force of a flood they shall be swept away from before him and be broken, and also the Prince of the Covenant. And after the league is made with him he shall act deceitfully, for he shall come up and become strong with a small number of people.

In these verses, we see once again the contrast between two people, the Vile Person and the Prince of the Covenant, meaning the Beast and the Prophet like Moshe. This is clear proof that he who confirms the covenant is on the side of Yahweh, for otherwise, why would the Beast be against him. This is also another confirmation that it refers to a Second Coming on earth, for if the Prince of the Covenant was Yahushua the Messiah, how could the Beast do anything to Him, since the Beast comes at the end of times, while Yahushua ascended to heaven 2000 years ago. If there’s still any question, we can add Malachi 3:1 to the mix, in order to confirm this truth by the mouth of three witnesses (Dn.9:25, 11:12, Ml.3:1), in which case we have the Scripture calling this Nagid, the Messiah Prince, the Prince of the Covenant and the Messenger of the Covenant.

Indeed, it is this Prince, who comes as Yahushua’s Messenger to confirm the Covenant. In the Hebrew culture, a Messenger is the bodily representation of the person who sent him, reason why Yahushua, as Yahweh’s Messenger, told Phillip that if he had seen Him, he had seen the Father (Jn.14:7-9), while in the case of the Last, by being Yahushua’s Messenger, fulfils the Second Coming of Mashiach, being Yahweh’s last Manifestation on Earth (Rev.1:1, 22:6).

Therefore, we have three different verses in which this person is called by a similar title, all of which confirm the fact that the Prince of the Covenant is the Witness like Moshe, who in the first place made the first convent when he received the Torah to give it to Yisrael, which makes him the perfect candidate for the confirmation of Yahwéh’s covenant. The book of Daniel even goes as far as identifying this Messenger (Malak), both as a the Prince of Yisrael and the one who shall manifest in the end times.

Daniel 12:1
At that time Mikael shall stand up, the Great Prince who stands watch over the sons of your people; and there shall be a time of trouble, such as never was since there was a nation, Even to that time. And at that time your people shall be delivered, every one who is found written in the book.

Daniel 10:21
But I will tell you what is noted in the Scripture of Truth. (No one upholds me against these, except Mikael your Prince.

Daniel 8:25
“Through his cunning he (the Beast) shall cause deceit to prosper under his rule; and he shall exalt himself in his heart.
He shall destroy many in their prosperity. He shall even rise against the Prince of princes; But he shall be broken without human means.

The Great Prince is Mikael, the Chief of the Malakim, who shall stand up during the end times as the Messenger sent by Yahushua, to confirm the Covenant made by His blood and make a footstool out of His enemies (Ps.1:13, 110:1-2, Mt.22:43-45, Mk.12:35-37, Lk.20:42-44, Ac.2:34-35, Heb.10:12-13, Rev.12:7-9), after becoming the Great King who shall rule with a rod of iron (Ps.2:9, Rev.2:27, 12:5, 19:15), for he comes from Rome (Is.63:1-6), empire which is represented by the iron (Dn.2:40), just like Moshé came from Egypt and Zorobabel from Babylon. The Last is called the Prince of princes, due to the fact that after his death and resurrection, he shall become the King of kings (Rev.19:16).

Mark 12:35-37
Then Yahushua answered and said, while He taught in the temple,
“How is it that the scribes say that the Messiah is the Son of David?
For David himself said by the Ruach HaKodesh (Set-Apart Spirit):
‘Yahweh said to my Sovereign (Yahushua),
“Sit at My right hand, till I make Your enemies Your footstool.”’
Therefore David himself calls Him ’Sovereign’; how is He (Messiah/Yahushua) then his Son?”
And the common people heard Him gladly.

Thus, the Son of David is the Last, through whom Yahweh shall make Yahushua’s enemies His footstool (Is.66:1, Lm.2:1, Mt.5:35, Ac.7:49), when Mikael shall cast Lucifer out of Heaven.

Revelation 12:7-9
And war broke out in heaven: Mikael and his angels fought with the dragon; and the dragon and his angels fought, but they did not prevail, nor was a place found for them in heaven any longer. So the great dragon was cast out, that serpent of old, called the Devil and Satan, who deceives the whole world; he was cast to the earth, and his angels were cast out with him.

I hope this article was revealing and comprehensible, see you on the next.