As we continue to show the thinking of the Apostles with regard to their belief in the Last Days, you will notice in this video that the Apostle Peter points out in his speech to the audience at Pentecost in Acts 2 that they were living in the Last Days. He also makes note that the time in which he was living was in the process of fulfilling what was told by the Prophet Joel.
Did his audience get the point? Yes!! it says they were cut to the heart and wondered what they should do.
What did Jesus mean when he said that some would “not taste death until the Son of Man comes in power and glory”?
This video answers this question.
A Brief exposition of Matt. 16:27,28 and how this passage shows that Jesus DID return in that generation.
Did Jesus mislead his disciples by telling them that he would return SOON? In this 9 minute video, we see the evidence which shows he did not!
The new left behind video will be released in a few days. This short video (Just over 4 minutes) asks some challenging questions about the Biblical interpretation of the producers.
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Jesus said in Mark 13:30: “I say to you, this generation will not pass away until all these things take place.” Do these words seem hard to understand? Then why is there so much controversy over this?
In the final segment of this video series, this is discussed, and why we can believe what Jesus said.
Jesus said in Mark 13:26: “And then THEY will see the son of Man coming in clouds with great power and glory. ”
For the first time in this chapter, Jesus speaks of someone outside of the circle of the apostles.
Who is the “THEY” spoken of in this verse? In Part 3 of my 4 part series, I discuss this.
You probably will NOT hear this in your church.
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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.
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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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Jesus said: “Which one of you convicts me of sin? If I tell the truth, why do you not believe me?” John 8:46
Jesus was speaking to the Pharisees here, but we need to ask ourselves, “Do we believe Him?” Are we willing to believe His prophecies came about as He said they would, or do we try to put words in his mouth to make them fit our theology? Perhaps its time we, who have put our faith in Him, actually believe what He said would happen actually happened!
On his website: http://www.prophecyrefi.org, John Noe has posted something called “The 9.5 Theses for the next Reformation.”
Perhaps something like this is needed. John Noe gives us much to think about here. Check it out at: