Why “No Man Knows the Day or Hour” Does Not Apply Forever

When Jesus said, "no man knows the day or hour," he nullified the past use of the Bible (or anything else) to "set dates" or predict when end time events will happen. But his words are not clear enough today alone to silence prophecy speculation. Some people think "day or hour" allows for knowing the year or is only code for the Day of Trumpets. On the opposite extreme, some think Jesus meant that his return could happen at any moment or that we could learn nothing about timing and therefore not even study his prophecies. Find out what Jesus really meant by looking at what he said in context...and also by considering what he did not say.

"When Will These Things Be?" (Mk 13:4)

In the Olivet Discourse (Matthew 24; Mark 13; Luke 21), Jesus fielded a question from his disciples that every believer since then has wanted to know. The question, of course, is when is Jesus coming back (Mt 24:3)?

To get his answer, you have to wade through a confusing mix of near-term and long-term events. Near-term events would include the destruction of the temple and the four horsemen that followed soon after. Long-term events include the end time terrors of WWIII ("kingdom vs. kingdom"), Wormwood (Luke only), and the Great Tribulation. Although separating the end time predictions from the past predictions is very challenging, his answer to those wondering how to know the timing of his coming is pretty easy to identify:

Mark 13:32 (HCSB) Now concerning that day or hour no one knows—neither the angels in heaven nor the Son—except the Father.

Matthew 24:42 (HCSB) Therefore be alert, since you don’t know what day your Lord is coming.

5 Different Ideas of What "No Man Knows the Day or Hour" Means:

But what exactly did Jesus mean by this statement?

It may seem plain and straightforward to many that he was telling us never set dates for his return. Nevertheless, there are many different interpretations of his words. Some go too far and some do not go far enough.

#1: "You can't know the day or hour but you can know the year"

The "day or hour" phrasing is a little odd for English speakers. We use day and hour for only a few specific units of time. Day usually means 24 hours or the daylight portion of a day, while hour means 60 minutes. But if you check out the Bible usage of those terms, they are instead often equivalent with the English word "time."

I imagine it would be easier for a Spanish speaker to catch this. When I moved to Costa Rica and learned the language, I had similar trouble expressing my thoughts due to being a native English-speaker. In Spanish the word tiempo is translated to English as time. Thus, when I wanted to express "time to go" or "time for supper" or "time for bed," I would choose the word tiempo. However, native speakers don't typically use tiempo for those phrases. They actually use "hora" or "hour to go," "hour to eat," "hour to go to bed."

"Hour" = Time, "Day" = Time

Without knowing the above about the Bible's usage of day and hour to mean time, it is very easy to misunderstand it to be giving a list of what time units you can't know (day and hour) and to be implying that the time units left out are indeed knowable (the year and month). Even an extremely careful and wise pastor of mine said from pulpit once that, "no man knows the day or hour...but it doesn't say year," and then went on to speculate on the year of Christ's return.

I carried that misconception with me for probably 15 years because I never had a reason to question it. Finally, a few years ago after studying for several years on my own, I realized there is a big problem with that interpretation. It ignores the preceding context that leads up to Jesus feeling the need to point out that we don't know the day or hour. In each instance, Jesus admonishes believers to stay alert, don't backslide, don't sin...because...we don't know the day or hour (Mt 24:36, 42; 49-50; 25:13; Mk 13:32-33; Lk 12:45-46).

Clearly, even knowing just the year of Jesus' coming far in advance removes any fear a person might have of being surprised by Jesus' coming. It completely nullifies his admonition to be on your guard. It makes no sense.

So why does Jesus say "day and hour" instead of just day or just hour? Indeed, this is the only place in the Bible where you will find day and hour together about timing. It appears redundant. The answer comes through another teaching that is only partially correct, yet still helpful. The teaching is...

#2: "Day or hour is only code for the Day of Trumpets (and not a limit on knowing when)"

A more recent interpretation gaining popularity comes from the Messianic and Hebrew Roots movement. It correctly teaches how we know from other passages that Jesus comes for the rapture on the "last trump" or the "7th trumpet" or the Day of Trumpets. This is the same day known today in Judaism as Rosh Hashanah or in the Bible as Yom Teruah.

The Day of Trumpets is unique among the holidays in the Bible in that it is the only one which arrives on the first day of the Hebrew lunar month. The difficulty with a feast celebration coming on that day is that it may follow the 29th or the 30th of the previous month, depending on whether the moon is sighted on the 29th or not. For this reason, it is supposedly even referred to as "the feast that no man knows the day or hour of" or the "hidden feast."

Given this, one Hebrew Roots teacher compared Jesus' day or hour statement to someone in America saying, "I'm not telling you when I'm showing up, but: gobble, gobble, gobble!" (inferring "Turkey day" or the Feast of Thanksgiving). In other words, Jesus was inferring the Day of Trumpets by "day and hour." I can wholeheartedly agree that the inference is there. However, I cannot agree that that is all that's there for the reasons explained already above. The context requires that the plain literal meaning of the words still apply. They are still binding. He did not tell us when he is coming as he himself does not even know, so we must always be ready.

Some might think that if we know that he is coming on a future Day of Trumpets, that this also breaks the context. But not if we don't know the year. The year is the all important thing which everyone wants to know that we simply cannot use the Bible to figure out.

#3: "You can't know anything about timing (so don't waste your time studying prophecy)"

This is the most common view among Christians. They think Jesus' statement expressed a prohibition of knowing anything about timing. Understandably then, this is the main excuse they offer for why they don't study prophecy (or why no one else should). Why study something that is considered "sealed?"

However, there are serious problems with this theory, too. Jesus specifically spoke about the exact time ("day or hour") of his coming. He did not preclude us knowing other details or set any other limit or say not to learn what you could.

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"Depart From Me, I Never Knew you!" - Jesus

Jesus predicted that he will tell many sincere believers to basically "get lost" instead of welcoming them into the Kingdom. So...who are they and what did they miss or do wrong? In this study, get those answers and the one requirement for salvation Jesus taught (that Christianity misses) so that you can make sure you don't hear these dreaded words yourself!

It is easy to see why if you read through the rest of the prophetic writings. You'll find that Jesus mentions the writings of Daniel. He says that when you see the Abomination of Desolation, then you'll know Great Tribulation is coming soon. Daniel gave us such timings as the final seven years of the 70th week, and the 1335, 1290, and 1260 days. These complement the 42 months and 3½ years given to John in Revelation. We are also given the sequence of events in Revelation through the seven seals, seven trumpets and seven bowls.

All of this gives us more more information about timing than most Christians ever dreamed of. In fact, as I show in my book, we can study and follow the Sabbath Year cycle to know which one out of seven years the last seven years can possibly start, and which ones it cannot. This is not date setting because there are infinite possibilities that you only rule out one by one as you pass them. It only narrows down the possibilities. It does not allow you to stick a pin in the calendar on the one true date the Bible supposedly points to.

Finally, as far as the common Christian idea that we should not study prophecy, the Bible actually encourages us to do so. It pronounces a blessing on those who read and understand prophecy where all these timing details are to be found (Rev 1:3).

#4: "No man knows the day or hour means Jesus' coming is imminent, or can happen any moment"

It's definitely true that if all you had was Jesus' statement alone, one possible literal interpretation of it could be that it meant he could come at any moment with no prerequisites or advance warning. That would be a plausible explanation for why no one knows the time of his coming. Fortunately, we don't have just that one statement of Jesus on this subject.

Earlier in the Olivet Discourse, Jesus gives several preceding events that he sums up as, "but the end is not yet" or "the end is not by and by." He then explains that there must come a few other major celestial and terrestrial disturbances which he labels as the "beginning of sorrows" and the "beginning of birth pains."

In other words, there are prerequisite events to his return. Jesus said that until you see these milestone markers, you are not in the end times and he cannot possibly be coming. If "C" is the return of Christ, then it cannot happen until "A" and "B" come first. (See my article about what is Next in Prophecy for more on what "A" would be.)

#5: "We will never know the day or hour"

Above we talked about the verses telling us several aspects of timing. But are we forever limited to just that and kept from knowing exact timing? Actually, not and be warned, here comes the trickiest part of this entire discussion.

Those who think we will never know don't seem to notice that Jesus did not use future tense in his statement about not knowing the day or hour. In other words, he did not say no man "will ever" know. He only used the present tense everywhere for this subject even though he uses future tense often in other nearby passages. The reason? Because it's clear from other prophecies that one day we will know the day of Jesus' return.

How? One way has already been touched on. Jesus talked about the Abomination of Desolation spoken of by Daniel. If you go to the end of Daniel (Dan 12), you will find that the angel tells him that this event on the Temple Mount (and the cutting off of the resumed animal sacrifices there) happens 1290 days from the conclusion of the 70th week (when Jesus returns). Therefore, when the Abomination of Desolation happens, you can calculate and know the date of Jesus' return (for the rapture). Jesus of course knew about this prophecy and never intended to say that "no man will ever know the day or hour." When the Abomination of Desolation happens, we can and will know.

Further, an end time prophet can come along with new revelation, filling in needed details missing from the Bible to finally solve the riddle of exact timing. Elijah is coming, and to properly warn people, certainly will know when the end is coming.

The Situational Change By When We Finally Do Know "the Day or Hour"

To the astute, this might seem to present a problem. We said above that the reason that our not knowing is always brought up is to remind us of an (extra) compelling reason to not fall asleep and backslide into sin. (Jesus can come back and catch us with our pants down, so to speak.) If that extra incentive is gone and we know the exact date Jesus is coming, what's to stop us from "partying like it's 1999?"

If you know the rest of the story of the end times including how God intends to save us, you'll see it's not really a problem at all because by that point, circumstances will have changed. The change will remove the several key reasons we all have today for sinning and backsliding.

Now, you probably never noticed it, but Jesus never told us to wait until we see the Abomination of Desolation. He said instead that when you see it, run as fast as you can not even stopping to get a coat. In other words, if you wait till then, it becomes a urgent, time-critical situation. Not the kind of situation in which you want complications like it being winter or having pregnant or nursing mothers accompanying you.

The obvious conclusion from what Jesus described is that it would be best to pack a bag with your coat, your cloak, some frozen mother's milk, and leave early, in faith, rather than wait until you actually see the Abomination before you get moving! Therefore, people of understanding and faith will already be gone by the time the Abomination of Desolation happens. They will have left to the "place prepared in the wilderness to be fed" for the 3½ years of Great Tribulation (Rev 12:14). God's leaders will no doubt tell them what is coming and when and in faith they will leave. Probably the ones who are still around when the Abomination happens had doubts or apathy about what the prophets said.

Why There Is No Contradiction

And here is how this future departure solves the apparent problem with knowing the day and hour and being tempted to backslide. We will no longer be in the world and tempted to backslide in the same way or to the same degree as we are now. In the world today we have to overcome ourselves, the temptations and cares of the world, the negative peer pressure of the wicked around us, and Satan or the evil spirit world. We take it for granted, but that's a big burden and we don't have to put up with it all forever.

Once we are led out of society into the one place prepared for our protection and feeding, most of that will be gone. We'll be under prophets teaching us pure unified doctrine. Today's rampant doctrine disunity and infighting will be gone thanks to that, just as it was under the apostles in Acts 2.

We will also have comprehensive positive peer pressure for a change. It won't be like the exodus of ancient Israel where only a notable few were faithful servants and lovers of God (Moses, Joshua, Caleb, Phineas, the elders) while the rest were only along for the ride and grumbling and complaining all the way. It will be reversed in that only ones there will be the called, chosen and faithful (and their families).

Think about how much less you will get off track and sin if most of the temptations and negative influences in the world today were suddenly gone. Well, in the wilderness access will either end or be highly limited to all the things that tempt us, addict us and otherwise often negatively influence us in society today: the Internet, TV, movies, pornography, recreational drugs and alcohol, cigarettes, etc. (Note, this is not to say that all such diversions are completely bad and best avoided today; just that losing the weight of the combination of all these influences would be quite a boost to our spirituality.)

Then there is the simple fact that we will know we are in a special privileged place that offers an oasis of protection from Satan and the spirit world's attacks outside it (Rev 12:13-17). Having that in your mind and not wanting to do anything to have yourself cast out has to help keep you on track. You can't imagine Noah, say, getting drunk and beating his wife while he was on the ark acutely aware of the flood waters outside tossing the ship, can you? (However, after he got off the ark is another story - Gen 9:21.)


When Jesus said that no man knows the day or hour, he chose his words carefully and was also careful not to say the very things that so many people think he meant. He did not leave out "year" because we actually could know the year of his coming. He did not say don't study prophecy as if you could not understand anything at all about timing. He did not say he was "coming at any moment." Finally, he did not say we would not one day finally know the timing of his coming (at least when the 1290 day count starts with the Abomination of Desolation). After all, he did not refuse to answer the apostle's question on the sign of the end, but told them plainly (Mt 24:14).

Only when you look at Jesus' statement in its cultural context and compare other prophecies related to it can you understand what he really meant. He was saying that we cannot know the exact time of his coming far in advance, even though it is obvious that it will come on a future Day of Trumpets. He also taught that as long as we continue not knowing, it should give us extra (needed) incentive to "stay awake" or sober-minded instead of apathetic and liable to backslide and fall into sin.

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Denise addison - September 3, 2023

I believe he will be back very soon the world is really bad right now

Paddy - January 17, 2023

“Further, an end time prophet can come along with new revelation, filling in needed details missing from the Bible to finally solve the riddle of exact timing. Elijah is coming, and to properly warn people, certainly will know when the end is coming.”

And that prophet DOES know the year when Christ comes for his chosen ones (but not Armageddon) and has made a YouTube video revealing such. Daniel’s seventieth week provides a big clue, and that 7 year tribulation (and 7 year famine of “Joseph”) will commence this coming summer (2023). Sadly, if that prophet came here to reveal this knowledge (Daniel 12:4; Matt. 17:11) you would label him a heretic.

    Timothy Bell - January 21, 2023

    Paddy, it would be helpful to post a link to the YouTube video so we can judge for ourselves. I’ve tried various search terms at YouTube and each result has many videos listed.

charlie spine - December 23, 2022

For an expanded look at this topic please see : “Are the good or the wicked taken first when Jesus returns?” https://carm.org/are-the-good-or-the-wicked-taken-first-when-jesus-returns

Kyle - March 20, 2021

I think the ECF knew when Christ would return, because they wrote about it…


He will return on the completion of the 120 Jubilee years (Gen 6:3, 1 Jubilee year = 50 regular years) which is the completion of the 6th Day, the 6,000 year. Beginning the 7th day, the Sabbath Rest, the 7,000 year, the last 1,000 year block of time in which we reign with Christ.

Creation week was literal and prophetic, each representing 1,000 year ages. Read Hebrews 3:1-4:11, where Paul describes “the rest”, “the seventh day”, “and God rest on the seventh day from all His works”, “let us therefore be diligent to enter that rest”

Hosea 6:1-3, after two days, that is, two thousand years, on the third day, the begging of the third day (last 1,000 year), He will raise us up (resurrection), this is the 7th day, the Sabbath Rest that we are looking forward to entering.

Come, and let us return to the Lord;
For He has torn, but He will heal us;
He has stricken, but He will [a]bind us up.

2 After two days He will revive us;
On the third day He will raise us up,

That we may live in His sight.
3 Let us know,
Let us pursue the knowledge of the Lord.
His going forth is established as the morning;
He will come to us like the rain,
Like the latter and former rain to the earth.

Lev 26 even tells us how long Israel’s second exile will be, you take the first exile 70 years (Jeremiah) and multiple it out times seven, 70×7=490 x 4(God said it for times), which is 1960 years.

Israel’s exile occurred 40 years after Christ on AD 70. 70+1960= 2030.

Christ death AD 30+ 2,000 years (Hosea)= 2030

But don’t forget the last week of Daniel, so you’re looking at 2029-2030 for tribulation (first 3.5 years you have rebuilding of third temple) and 2036-2037 for Christ return.

Between the Jubilee calendar, genealogical record, Millennial calendar synchronized with the Jubilee, the length of Israel’s second exile, Hosea prophecy’s, ECF writings, and other things, I think it’s pretty clear when Christ will return. Oh, and yes it will be on the Feast of Trumpets.

    Tim McHyde - March 21, 2021

    Kyle, A jubilee is only 49 years, not 50 and the 120 years Noah was told about were a countdown until the flood, not a prophecy of 120 jubilees (120 x 49 = 5880 years??).

David Price - July 19, 2018

I have re-read this article and it appears to focus a lot on the TIME aspect and does not address the WHO the text is referring to. Most of the time I read “no MAN knows”, in the present tense with Jesus is talking. Now the Gospels where written in 50’s or 60’s A.D.

Jump to Revelation which is said to be written 95-96 A.D. definitely after Jesus resurrection as he is in heaven with God.
Verse 1 is overlooked by many and says “The revelation from Jesus Christ, which God gave him to show his SERVANTS what must soon take place”.

So, could God have given Jesus the information at that point and John reveals it in a hidden manner, perhaps (Rev 10:7) “But in the days when the seventh angel is about to sound his trumpet, the mystery of God will be accomplished, just as he announced to his servants the prophets.”

Along with (1Cor 15:51,52): “51 Listen, I tell you a mystery: We will not all sleep, but we will all be changed— 52 in a flash, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trumpet. For the trumpet will sound, the dead will be raised imperishable, and we will be changed. ”

I believe this provides a positive confirmation and does not break scripture.

    Tim McHyde - July 20, 2018

    David, that’s an interesting theory and chronologically it works, however not with the contextual reason Yeshua had for warning about “no man knows:” “therefore always be ready because you don’t know the day or hour.” The point is that you won’t (ever, not just for half a decade) figure out when he’s coming back from the Word of God alone as even he the WHOLE Word of God made flesh didn’t know, so you must stay in repentance and not backslide rather than get apathetic because you know you have ten more years. Also, remember, Revelation is just a subset of the Word that was written later that Yeshua already was or had at least had access to! He was the full Word made flesh but yet he said “only the Father knows the time.” So, today just as then, no man knows the timing yet for sure based on the Bible alone unless he gets a special revelation from God.

      David Price - July 20, 2018

      Tim, I agree with your point that we must be “ready”. If you are right with God then you should be ready all of the time, but we are all human and still have a fallen nature. That does not negate the fact that revelation points to the “Last Trumpet” as the first resurrection, if it is the Mystery that Paul refers to as well as Jesus has to fulfill each of the feast days.
      The whole discussion of “Who knows When” should not really be the debate as it distracts us from the fact that he IS coming, WHY he is coming and WHAT will happen when he comes. I believe this is the part that has been missed in prophecy teaching in the past.
      Thank you for bring may of these facts to life for me as well as others reading you posts.

      Bernard Spraggins - December 8, 2021

      Could it be that Christ does know the day and hour? I believe so, for He is worthy to open the book with the seven seals: He receives all power from the Father.
      Rev 5:5 And one of the elders saith unto me, Weep not: behold, the Lion of the tribe of Juda, the Root of David, hath prevailed to open the book, and to loose the seven seals thereof. 

      Rev 5:6 And I beheld, and, lo, in the midst of the throne and of the four beasts, and in the midst of the elders, stood a Lamb as it had been slain, having seven horns and seven eyes, which are the seven Spirits of God sent forth into all the earth. 

      7 represents perfection, completion. Horns are symbolic of POWER. He is opening the whole history of the world, the fate of all those whoever lived.

      Jesus tells us He is the Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end. He knows. He is Omnipresence, Omniscience, ALL KNOWING and can be everywhere.

Rabbi Judah ben Samuel and his 10 Jubilee Prophecy | Pentecostal Theology - January 16, 2018

[…] Now, this is not to say there won’t come a time when we finally will know. For example, when the Abomination of Desolation happens, it will start a countdown of 1290 days until the end of the Tribulation and the Rapture. However, so far, Jesus’ words have proven very accurate about no one knowing the timing further out. =) History shows that everyone so far who has set a date has not succeeded, whether they used the Bible, Christian prophecy, Mayan calendars, or Jewish prophecy, like Rabbi Ben Samuel’s. […]

    oft - February 14, 2018

    True. No one can know the day of the Lord’s return until the abomination is setup, and no one knows when that will happen, so Jesus did not contradict Himself. Pre tribbers don’t understand these types of verses, including Acts 1:7.

      Mike F - April 22, 2018

      Actually, I agree with that and am a pre-tribulationist. Nothing you said would contradict a pre-trib understanding. My only problem with your statement is that I’m sure your implying “the Lord’s return” is equivalent to the rapture, which obviously I disagree with.

        Michael - April 26, 2018

        There will be a 3rd temple, because you cannot offer sacrifices and oblation in a human body,which in a way is the temple of God for Christians.

        PS 83 nations CONSPIRE to attack ‘Hidden Ones” not that they destroyed these hidden ones. Obviously during their conspiracy they are destroyed like zeeb and zalmuna (by ambush) according to what the psalmist wrote. It is interesting that these psalm 83 nations are identified in Ezekiel 25 with different names and are destroyed by men of the East.

        But these men of the East are not from China,geographically,but from kedar and hazor(the Confederacy capital ofcanaanites,amorits,hittites,perizzite,jebusite and hivites in Joshua 11 and judges 4 ) in jer 49.
        These men of the east are later destroyed by the end time nebudchadRezzar of Babylon not the nebuchadNezzar of Old.
        This nebudchadRezzar is later destroyed by the king of the north ,which is a Confederacy of nations in jer50:9,41. Jer51:11,27,48.

        I also agree that the rapture (harvest of the wheat ) is at the beginning of the tribulation coinciding with the birthpang delivery of the rev 12 woman, but another rapture (harvest of barley) occurs at the second coming of Christ/end of the tribulation.

          Michael - May 2, 2018

          The English translation of “no man, KNOWS,the day or hour” ,truly needs to be re transliterated .

          Why you may ask?

          The English verb “KNOW” was MISTRANSILITERATED from the Greek PAST VERB TENSE “EIDO”(Strong’s concordance 1492) which means SAW/SEEN.

          So that verse should read-no man has seen,the day or hour.

          This gives the verse a new meaning of an UNSEEN VISION about the day or hour in the future.

          So as at when that Scripture was written no man had seen a vision of Christ’s second coming.

          Remember this scripture has to do with the second coming rather than the rapture, because according to verse 42 of Matt 24 it is the HOUR of the Lord’s coming which is different from our gathering unto him in the sky(rapture).

Happy 2018 and Israel 70th anniversary | Pentecostal Theology - January 1, 2018

[…] Now, this is not to say there won’t come a time when we finally will know. For example, when the Abomination of Desolation happens, it will start a countdown of 1290 days until the end of the Tribulation and the Rapture. However, so far, Jesus’ words have proven very accurate about no one knowing the timing further out. =) History shows that everyone so far who has set a date has not succeeded, whether they used the Bible, Christian prophecy, Mayan calendars, or Jewish prophecy, like Rabbi Ben Samuel’s. […]

Wyatt - May 28, 2017

It sounds like, from reading this article, that you have a post-trib Rapture belief. Is this correct?

    Tim McHyde - May 28, 2017

    Wyatt, exactly I believe what Jesus and Paul said about the rapture, “FIRST the man of sin then, our gathering to Christ” (2Th 2:1,3) and “after the tribulation…the angels will gather the saints” (Mt 24:29-31).

Jim Black - February 11, 2017

Greetings Tim,

Great article.

Nowhere does Jesus say that the “day and hour” is pre trib as they like to say. His imminency (Emanancy:) is “After the tribulation (Matt. 24:29 Luke 21:28).

Those who believe pre trib must be informed of this.

    Paula Muncey - December 18, 2019

    Such a good word about the End Times! Most Christians dismiss this idiom because they take it literally! God hides things in plain sight sometimes! Most Christians are so busy conscientiously observing pagan Christmas and Easter, sanitized by the Vatican, that they are wholly ignorant of the Biblical Feast Days. The Fall Feast Days are foreshadowing of the future!

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