For nearly two millennia Jewish and Christian scholars have attempted to grasp the true meaning of the seventy weeks prophecy outlined in the biblical book of Daniel (Dan. 9:24-27). But there is no harmony of the four prophetic verses in any of these interpretations, all of which are based on the notion that a week is equivalent to seven years, making the timeline 490 years. This book takes a novel approach to this prophecy by recognizing the holy city to be rebuilt as the New Jerusalem and counting the weeks as literal calendar days. A plot of the weeks on Hebrew calendars (354 days per year) is attempted by using other prophetic texts as aids, which reveals the calendars of the gospel of Jesus Christ.