"My point is that Scripture states that these signs shall follow all believers."
So have all of these signs followed you?
I trough not. So I guess you are not a believer.
You need to do a Bible study of the purpose of miracles. The Bible does not have miracles as an end of itself. The purpose of the miracles is to validate the message and messenger of God. This is why they are called "SIGNS." You see this throughout the Scripture and in Mark 16.
"20And they went forth, and preached every where, the Lord working with them, and confirming the word with signs following."
Tha apostolic age was ushering a new doctrine, new testament, new revelation. And until the Scriptures could be fully written, it was neccessary (as in times past) that the new revelation be confirmed through signs and wonders.
Paul criticized the abuse of these signs in 1 Corinthians and exhorted them not to place so much emphasis on it because the signs and wonders age were going to cease (I Corinthians 13:9-12). In fact by the time I Peter was written it was understood that the written word provided all the revelation we needed for the faith. (I Peter 1:3-3).
I think you are missing 3 1/2 years in your chronology.
The passage states that the Messiah would be cut off after "threescore and two weeks" NOT threescore and 5 and a half weeks.
You also have other problems with your analysis:
1. Daniel 9:27 says that this will be a seven-year covenant, yet the New Covenant in Jesus' blood was not limited to seven years.
2. The word "he" in Daniel 9:27 is referring back to a person who has previously been identified, and the most recent person to be identified is "the ruler who will come" (Daniel 9:26, above). This ruler that will come and "shall cause the sacrifice to cease" is further described in Daniel 11:31-37 in reference to the "abomination that causes desolation." Jesus states that this abomination will be setup shortly before his second coming (Mathew 24)
3. The phrophesy has specific actors (Jews) and a setting (Jerusalem).
4. If the 70 weeks has been fulfilled then we have a problem because it was to make an end of sin. Last time I checked there has been no end of sin and their is no everlasting righteousness yet setup. The New Testament was still being written after the supposed sealing of vision and prophecy.
"There are aspects of Christ that we cannot duplicate. We cannot be the atoning sacrifice."
Exactly my point. Apparently you are picking and choosing what aspects you want to duplicate. You seem to choose one spectacular action over another.
Now it seems that you wanted to discuss the text but now you are avoiding it.
The passage state that there will be some that will cast out devils; they shall speak with new tongues; they shall take up serpents; and if they drink any deadly thing, it shall not hurt them; they shall lay hands on the sick, and they shall recover.
I tell you what. Since you insist on me vaporizing your smokescreen, I will answer your question. (whatever it is). After my cunning answer I will give you the question in reverse and prove once again that the Calvinist has all the questions but none of the answers.
And to give you a fighting chance, I will do so with my brain tied behind my back.