Daniel 11:45 and he shall plant tents of tent/tabernacle of him between seas to mountain of glory of holiness and he comes unto end of him and there is no one helping to him. (Hebrew direct translation)
Daniel 11:45. And he shall plant the tabernacles of his palace between the seas and the glorious holy mountain; yet he shall come to his end, and none shall help him. (Hebrew/English translation)
The word for tabernacles or tents in the Hebrew is “ahole” and is referred to 31 times as a dwelling place or habitation in the Old Testament. In addition, the word is used 165 times referring to God´s tabernacle her on earth. However, when the word is used in relationship to the papacy, it is referring to the substitute of worship in the tabernacle/sanctuary made by man on earth and this substitute is the Roman Catholic Church system of worship. It was never Gods plan to have a substitute of worship. God alone forgives our sins through the Lamb of God, Jesus Christ. The Pope and Roman Catholic priests are not allowed to take the place of God on earth and forgive people of their sins. This right only belongs to God.
So the papacy shall plant the tabernacles of his palace between the seas and the glorious holy mountain. What do seas represent in Bible prophecy? Isaiah 57:20. But the wicked are like the troubled sea, when it cannot rest, whose waters cast up mire and dirt. Dan 7:3 And four great beasts came up from the sea, each different from each other. Verse 17. Those great beasts, which are four, are four kings which rise out of the earth. These four kings come out of the troubled sea of wicked nations on earth.
What does the glorious holy mountain represent in Bible prophecy?
According to Daniel 9:16 it means Jerusalem and its inhabitants. In Dan 9:20 it means God. In Joel 3:17 it means God, Mount Zion where the temple of the Lord was built and Jerusalem.
In Isa 2:2.3., it means God´s house the temple and the teachings from the temple. The teachings include God´s ways, the word of the Lord and the law of God.
The papacy has planted its churches and substitute of worship and its teaching between the peoples from all wicked nations on the earth, and God, his law and his system of worship. This action prevents many people from all nations in coming to God and the teachings of the true sanctuary in heaven where Christ is our High Priest.
Dan 11:45 “he shall come to his end, and none shall help him.”
2 Thess 2:8 And then the lawless one will be revealed, whom the Lord will consume with his mouth and destroy with the brightness of his coming.
Rev 20:10 The devil, who deceived them, was cast into the lake of fire and brimstone where the beast and the false prophet are.
E. G. White references taken at random. www.whiteestate.org
- Many of the wicked were greatly enraged as they suffered the effects of the plagues – – -. The people turned upon the ministers with bitter hate and reproached them, saying, “You have not warned us. You told us that all the world was to be converted, and cried, peace, peace, to quiet every fear that was aroused. You have not told us of this hour; and those who have warned us of it you declared to be fanatics and evil men, who would ruin us.” But I saw that the ministers did not escape the wrath of God. Their suffering was tenfold greater than that of their people.
- Unfaithful pastors have prophesied smooth things, they have led their hearers to make void the law of God and to persecute those who would keep it holy. Now, in their despair, these teachers confess before the world their work of deception. The multitudes are filled with fury. “We are lost! they cry, and you are the cause of our ruin,” and they turn upon the false shepherds. The very ones that once admired them most of all, pronounce the most dreadful curses upon them. The very hands that once crowned them with laurels will be raised for their destruction. The swords which were to slay God´s people are now employed to destroy their enemies. Everywhere there is strife and bloodshed.
 Ellen G. White, Early Writings (Washington D.C.: Review & Herald Pub., 1945), 282.
 Ellen G. White, Confrontation (Grantham: The Stanborough Press, 1978), 655.656.