WHAT IS THE ABOMINATION OF DESOLATION
Description "Abomination of desolation" is a phrase from the Book of Daniel describing the pagan sacrifices with which the 2nd century BCE Greek king Antiochus IV replaced the twice-daily offering in the Jewish temple, or alternatively the altar on which such offerings were made.
The noun abomination means a thing or action that is vile, vicious or terrible. The word abomination comes from the Old French word abominacion, meaning "horror, repugnance, disgust." The word abomination can also be used to refer to a person or object you find utterly loathsome and repellent. ...
The Hebrew word for desolation is shamen; meaning be desolate, appalled, a devastation, a ruin.
Daniel 9 tells of "the prince who is to come" who "shall make sacrifice and offering cease, and in their place shall be an abomination that desolates.
"THE PRINCE WHO IS TO COME'' was of course Yahusha prophesied by Daniel. Yahusha's timing was perfect, as he was in the middle of His ministry whilst the Romans ruled Jerusalem, and His fame went global. The Temple had already been devastated without the presence of Yahuah, and was full of religious abomination following man's sense of Turah but was powerless, with political influence.
Here we have Yahuah in the flesh ministering to His people that needed a physician for their minds and their bodies. One of the most important parts of His ministry,Yahusha told His people that Temple Worship with it's sacrifices had failed. Yahusha said "YOU'RE BODY IS NOW THE TEMPLE," you're hearts are the dwelling place (holy place) of Yahuah through the Set-Apart Spirit. That He will open a Portal in your heart where you can have access with guidance and communication with Him, as you walk on the words of Turah.
The Abomination of desolation in today's 20th century is to see the behaviour of of a human being without the Set-Apart Spirit ( 2 Tim 3:1-5). Behaviour is our sacrifice on the altar of our hearts, but man without Yahusha's spirit is exactly as it describes above, in abomination = utterly loathsome and repellant. This is how Yahusha see's those who refuse divine law for their own ways.
MARK 13:14. AND WHEN YOU SEE THE "ABOMINATION THAT LAYS WASTE," SPOKEN OF BY DANIEL THE PROPHET, SET UP WHERE IT SHOULD NOT BE- HE WHO READS LET HIM UNDERSTAND.
What a terrible shame the beautiful creation of Yahuah, man, created in love standing before Him corrupted and loathsome defying divine law and full of hatred for Yahusha as if he could conquer Yahusha. What a dreadful shame.