?  It appears that we are in these times--Matt 13:30 The Wheat and Weeds Jesus Said--Let both grow together until the harvest; and in the harvest season I will tell the reapers, First collect the weeds and bind them in bundles to burn them up, then go to gathering the wheat into my storehouse.’

Pet  5 5 States.Who are being safeguarded by God’s power through faith for a salvation ready to be revealed in the last period of time

(Revelation 14:15) And another angel emerged from the temple [sanctuary], crying with a loud voice to the one seated on the cloud: “Put your sickle in and reap, because the hour has come to reap, for the harvest of the earth is thoroughly ripe.”

(Revelation 12:9) So down the great dragon was hurled, the original serpent, the one called Devil and Satan, who is misleading the entire inhabited earth; he was hurled down to the earth, and his angels were hurled down with him. These verves are certainly future events and may started in 1914--- the Bible contains future events and they will be revealed to God fearing people doing His will.

1914TheBeginningToTheEnd Of What 1914. The end of the  Gentile Times of Luke 21:24. http://biblecommenter.com/luke/21-24.htm Compare the latest-- Most Bible Scholars will agree that the Bible contains future events and they will be revealed to God fearing people doing His willMost Bible Scholars will agree that the light of truth gets brighter as the end gets nearer. So what about 1914? SBT investigates and begins by paralleling events about who understood correctly the anointing of Jesus at his baptism and those who rejected Him .The point is that the Jewish Religious Leaders had scriptures that pointed to that time when Jesus was to appear and many Jewish Religious Leaders claimed that Jesus was a false prophet.

1914 Is Believable but it has to be a personal FREE-WILL decision. SBT HAS lay out what is known about this 2520 years calculation “seven times”.

AEarly As 1823 John A. Brown R/in http20.html -&-Gentile+Times

 whose work was published in London, England, calculated the “seven times” of Daniel chapter 4 to be 2,520 years in length. But he did not clearly discern the date with which the prophetic time period began or when it would end. He did, however, connect these “seven times” with the Gentile Times of Luke 21:24. In 1844, E. B. Elliott, a British clergyman, drew attention to 1914 as a possible date for the end of the “seven times” of Daniel, but he also set out an alternate view that pointed to the time of the French Revolution. Robert Seeley, of London, in 1849, handled the matter in a similar manner. At least by 1870, a publication edited by Joseph Seiss and associates and printed in PhiladelphiaPennsylvania, was setting out calculations that pointed to 1914 as a significant date, even though the reasoning it contained was based on chronology that C. T. Russell later rejected.