What did Jesus really say about the last days in Mark Chapter 13.
Was it truly for his disciples, or was he really speaking to us?
In part 2 of this video, we will examine closely the wording of this chapter.
Follow the link below to the video posted on my youtube channel.
This Sermon by Levi Crawford of Fountain of Faith Church highlights the power of Jesus words spoken in Matthew 24.
This was a very important message which was given directly to His disciples. This was Jesus audience, not us 2000 years later!
Notice how powerfully this is pointed out in this Sermon.
From Wikipedia we see that the word eschatology originates from the Greek ἔσχατος/ἐσχάτη/ἔσχατον, eschatos/eschatē/eschaton meaning “last” and -logy meaning “the study of”. Therefore, it means study of last things. In reference to Biblical events, generally speaking it relates to the “end of the age.” The phrase “last days” occurs between 4 and 7 times (depending on your translation) in the New Testament. For example, using the Contemporary English Version we see 7 incidences of this phrase. They are as follows:
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Now that the first in a series of 4 Blood Moons has happened, as promulgated by famous prophecy pundit John Hagee, many are worried. He is the founder and Senior Pastor of Cornerstone Church in San Antonio. But is Hagee telling us the truth about these blood moons? Is this really something to be worried about? Are all the claims made by Hagee concerning this factual? I found this message that was given recently by Pastor David Curtis at the Berean Bible Church in Virginia Beach to be very revealing. Click on the link below to listen.
The term “Olivet Discourse” is a reference to the discourse Jesus gave to his disciples in the three synoptic Gospels which include Matthew 24, Mark 13, and Luke 21. This thesis will focus on Matthew 24:1-25:46 from the viewpoint known as preterism. With this thesis, I intend to show that the fulfillment of Jesus words spoken here were fulfilled. The term preterism means “past” or finished. This view of the Olivet discourse is that what Jesus was describing in these chapters, specifically here, Matt: 24:1-25:46 did not refer to some future event as promulgated by Premillenialists (both Historic and Dispensational), and Amillenialists, but in fact referred to events leading up to the destruction of Jerusalem in AD70. The Partial Preterist view is that Jesus switches in Matthew 24:36 – 25:46 to a time yet to be determined in the future. Both of these positions will be analyzed in this thesis. Since this thesis is long, I have provided a link to a PDF at the end of this section.
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