James Malm Wrong Again: The 1335 Days Have Not Begun

People Who Make Predictions Need to Be Sure that the Bible Supports those Predictions


In July 2009, I posted the following from an email from the often erroneous prophetic speculator James Malm:

Dear Robert
Because I had told you in the past that no changes had been made to the  70 Weeks Prophecy article, I feel responsible to inform you that the article has been expanded and edited…

I have stated that If this is the year, the Final False Prophet will be set up 1,335 days prior to the day BEFORE Pentecost in 2013.  I have said that this date will be 3 Oct, if my calculations are correct.  It turns out that the calculation was not correct.  I had made an error which has been pointed out to me and I have since rechecked this calculation.  The date should be 19 Oct 09; NOT 3 Oct 09.  This is based on the Biblical Calendar…(Malm J. Email, July 19, 2009).

Here was my response:

Dear James:
You know that I disagree with you.  I will post some of the following and once again explain part of why I feel that your dates are in error.
Eventually, perhaps you will relook into your situation and realize that God wants the Philadelphians together and those who make themselves independent are leaning to their own understanding too much.
Bob Thiel

Well, yesterday was October 19, 2009 and despite James Malm’s calculations, the 1335 days did not start and the False Prophet did not rise up.  James Malm is in error again.

In August 2008, in response to my earlier posts related to him, James Malm contacted me and issued me a challenge (see James Malm Challenges COGwriter).  He then later somewhat admitted that he was in error, but then claimed:

The only possible years for the 1335 days to begin in the forseeable future are 2008 or 2009…

In short the last day of the 1335 days may occur on the day before Pentecost, making the Feast of Pentecost representative of a NEW BEGINNING IN THE KINGDOM OF GOD. If this is true, and I shall study it further; the final False Prophet will be set up on 3 Oct 2009! (Malm. J. 2008 and Prophecy, 30 SEP 08).

James Malm has been wrong in the past and does not seem to like it when I warn readers in advance that his predictions are essentially from his own imagination and tend to be inconsistent with what the Bible teaches.

Apparently in his latest response, he has gone so far as to now inaccurately claim that I am a false prophet.  Notice something James Malm posted recently:

Robert Thiel: A False Prophet Unmasked

Robert Thiel’s new book: 2012 and the Rise of the Secret Sect; has come out on 15 Sep 2009. Here is the product description from Amazon.com: http://www.amazon.com/2012-Rise-Secret-Sect-Thiel/dp/0984087109/ref=cm_cr_pr_pb_t …

It is quite clear that Robert Thiel who runs a blog at: cogwriter; has thrown the Bible into a blender with every pagan prophecy he could find and created an appalling atrocity against the word of God.

But of course, I am not a false prophet (nor have I claimed to be a prophet).  Nor have I created an “atrocity against the word of God” (my writings support scripture).  Nor have I done anything different than the Apostle Paul who quoted pagan poets to get certain points across.  Furthermore, all should realize that Jesus said to “watch” and I believe that this does include watching what others believe will happen (which is why, for one example, my book he has misjudged explains why the pre-tribulation rapture hypothesis is in error).

The real reason for James’ post against me seems to be that I have sometimes provided quotes and biblical proof as to why he must be in error (it seems unlikely that he actually read the book as his conclusions suggest ignorance of its contents and conclusions, though his biases would likely affect his conclusions even if he had read it).  And James Malm remains in error as the 1335 days could not start in 2008 nor 2009 as he has insisted.

However, instead of publicly repenting of his errors, his tactic seems to be to try to discredit me, even though I have not made his type of errors.

As I have mentioned in many posts, because the deal in Daniel 9:27 has not yet occurred, it is not possible for the 1335 days to begin prior to the year 2013 (thus I have long disagreed with James Malm).  Furthermore, as there still is NO King of the North, NO King of the South, AND Europe does not have the military might it needs yet, etc., it is simply not biblically possible for the 1335 days to begin this year.  Furthermore, Matthew 24:14 has not, in my opinion, been fulfilled enough for the end to come.  And while events to fulfill those biblical requirements are in progress, they are simply not far enough along for James Malm to possibly be right.  His predictions have been repeatedly been shown at this page to be false.

And apparently, because he has repeatedly been shown to be wrong, he has stooped to the level of falsely declaring that I am “a false prophet”.  This is shameful, but apparently must be expected in these end times.

Those interested in learning the truth about prophetic matters related to the end and/or the 1335 days may wish to study the following:

Who is the King of the North? Is there one? Do biblical and Roman Catholic prophecies point to the same leader? Should he be followed? Who will be the King of the North discussed in Daniel 11? Is a nuclear attack prophesied to happen to the English-speaking peoples of the United States, Great Britain, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand? When do the 1335 days, 1290 days, and 1260 days (the time, times, and half a time) of Daniel 12 begin? When does the Bible show that economic collapse will affect the United States?
Is There A Future King of the South? Some no longer believe there needs to be. Might Egypt, Islam, Iran, Arabs, or Ethiopia be involved? What does the Bible say?
Can the Great Tribulation Begin in 2009, 2010, or 2011? Can the Great Tribulation begin today? What happens before in the “beginning of sorrows”? What happens in the Great Tribulation and the Day of the Lord? When is the earliest that the Great Tribulation can begin? What is the Day of the Lord?
End of Mayan Calendar 2012–Might 2012 Mean Something? There is a Mayan calendar prediction for change in 2012. 2012 changes were also centuries ago predicted by the Hopi Native Americans (the Hindus may have some predictions for the next decade as well). Do these Mayan/Hindu/Hopi prophecies have any value? Why might Satan have inspired this date? Does the Dresden codex show destruction of the earth by flood? Can the great tribulation start before 2012?
2012 and the Rise of the Secret Sect This is a link related to a book by Bob Thiel (COGwriter). This also has YouTube videos related to 2012.

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