We believe that there are only 3.5 years of Daniel’s 70th week left. There is no seven-year tribulation. To explain this properly requires more time than we have, but we do intend on producing a presentation on this eventually. All answers are assuming the Messiah 2030 timeline is correct.
The 70th week of Daniel is based on Daniel 9. In our studies, the 70th week began in Fall 26 C.E. and ended Spring 30 C.E. We know this because it was the Messiah who strengthened (gabar) the New Covenant, and is related to the scope of Messianic work detailed by Daniel 9:
"to finish the transgression, to put an end to sin, and to atone for iniquity, to bring in everlasting righteousness, to seal both vision and prophet, and to anoint a most holy place."
The Messiah fulfilled the first half of the work in 30 C.E. which took 3.5 years and he was then "cut off."
to finish the transgression, to put an end to sin, and to atone for iniquity,
The Messiah will then fulfill the second half of the work ending in 2030 C.E. and will again take another 3.5 years:
to bring in everlasting righteousness, to seal both vision and prophet, and to anoint a most holy place."
While the Antichrist is mentioned in Daniel 9, the "he" who "strengthens (gabar) the covenant is not the AC, but refers back to the Messiah, as the context and focus of Daniel 9. Daniel 9's focus is not the AC, but the Messiah, and western eschatology has mistakenly made the focus of Daniel 9 about an antichrist when that is not really the point.
There is only 3.5 years left, which is why Daniel 12 only mentions 3.5 years and Revelation only mentions 3.5 years…because there are only 3.5 years left to go related to the 70th week.