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Matthew 24 (Part 2 )The Olivet Discourse (End Times Prophecies)

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Matthew 24 (Part 2 )The Olivet Discourse (End Times Prophecies)

Ongoing teaching through the Gospel of Matthew by Pastor Paul LeBoutillier of Calvary Chapel Ontario (Oregon)
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32. Signs of the Times [Matthew] - Tim Mackie (The Bible Project)

EXPLORING THE FIRST GOSPEL
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LET THE BIBLE SPEAK - Signs Of The Second Coming? Part 1

Prompting His Olivet Discourse recorded in Matthew 24, Jesus was asked by His disciples: What will be the sign of thy coming? The question was in response to Jesus' prophecy that the temple of Jerusalem would be destroyed. The Lord said several things would come to pass before this took place including political turmoil and natural disasters. Was Jesus referring to the end times or to events that took place during the lifetime of His disciples? In this broadcast of Let the Bible Speak, we look at the context of the prophecy to discern if Jesus was pointing to an event in AD 70 or was He speaking of His second coming at the end of time?
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Matthew 24:15-28 | Things to Come Part 2 | Matthew Dodd



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The end of the world is a topic that has raised many questions down through the ages.
2. The good news is, God wants us to know about the end times.
3. We know this is true because He gave us His Word, the Bible, which gives us specific information about the end times so that we may know the truth about the last days and be prepared for its coming.
4. Last week, we studied the first part of a series called Things to Come, based on the teachings of Jesus Christ from Matthew 24:1-14.
5. Tonight, during the second part of the series, we will focus on two questions which arise from Jesus’ teachings in Matthew 24:15-28, specifically:
a. Who is the Antichrist?
b. Will the Church go through the Great Tribulation?
6. As I shared last week, it is my prayer that our study will strengthen our faith, increase our love, and deepen our hope for the return of our Savior, Jesus Christ.

Matthew 24:15-28

Context
1. Matthew 24-25 is called the Olivet Discourse because Jesus was sitting on the Mount of Olives, just east of Jerusalem, when He taught His disciples.
2. This message actually began in Jerusalem in Matthew 23. Jesus had just finished rebuking the Jewish leaders for their hypocrisy and their rejection of Him.

Matthew 23:37-39, “Jerusalem, Jerusalem, who kills the prophets and stones those who are sent to her! How often I wanted to gather your children together, the way a hen gathers her chicks under her wings, and you were unwilling. Behold, your house is being left to you desolate! For I say to you, from now on you will not see Me until you say, ‘Blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord!’”

3. Jesus’ words were a prophetic judgement against Jerusalem and the Temple, which must have shocked the Jewish leaders, the crowds, and His disciples because Herod’s Temple inspired awe in all who saw it.
4. The disciples, who were still processing what Jesus had said just moments before, pointed out to Him the magnificence of Herod’s Temple as they were leaving.
5. Their comments prompted Jesus to say, “Do you not see all these things? Truly I say to you, not one stone here will be left upon another, which will not be torn down.” (2)
6. Jesus’ prophecy came to pass exactly as He said for in A.D. 70 the Roman General Titus destroyed Jerusalem and the soldiers removed every ounce of gold from the Temple by setting it on fire and overturning every stone.
7. Again, shocked by what they had heard, we’re told in Mark 13:3 that Peter, James, John, and Andrew privately asked Jesus two questions:
a. When will the Temple be destroyed?
b. What will be the sign of Your coming at the of the end of the age?
8. Basically, they were wondering, “If Jerusalem and the Temple are destroyed, then how will there be a nation for Messiah to rule?”
9. Again, the words of Jesus are important for us to understand the heart of our God and Savior.

Matthew 24:25, “Behold, I have told you in advance.”

Transition – Since Jesus told us in advance, we need to make sure we understand the things to come. Let’s begin with the first question….

I. Who is the Antichrist?

• In verses 15-16, 21, Jesus said, “Therefore when you see the ABOMINATION OF DESOLATION which was spoken of through Daniel the prophet, standing in the holy place (let the reader understand), then those who are in Judea must flee to the mountains… For then there will be a great tribulation, such as has not occurred since the beginning of the world until now, nor ever will.”
• The Bible declares that there will be a seven-year period called the Great Tribulation, also known as The Time of Jacobs’s Trouble, The Day of the Lord, and Daniel’s 70th Week from Daniel 9:24-27.
• As I mentioned last week, God has two primary purposes for the Great Tribulation period:
o First, the Great Tribulation will focus on Israel, to refine and prepare Israel for the coming of their King; that they may enter into and enjoy His Millennial Kingdom.

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The Great Tribulation // Matthew 24

Jesus has a small group bible study with his disciples concerning eschatology, in what is known as the Olivet Discourse. Over these three weeks, we will look at the Tribulation, the Great Tribulation, and finally the Second Coming. Regardless of how dark and difficult things get, as surely and literally as He fulfilled the prophecies of His first coming, Jesus will equally fulfill the promises of His second.

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Matthew 24 (Part 1) :1-22 Jesus Predicts the Destruction of the Temple

Ongoing teaching through the Gospel of Matthew by Pastor Paul LeBoutillier of Calvary Chapel Ontario (Oregon)

100620dc - The Olivet Discourse, Part 2 - Matthew 24:4-14

We continue to examine Matthew 24 from a Moderate Preterist perspective, focusing on the warning signs that the destruction of Jerusalem was near.

Podcast: Bible Prophecy Part 1 Matthew 24 and Preterism

We begin a discussion of the Olivet discourse as taught by Jesus in Matthew 24. Pastor Eric explains why many people have been confused about this section of scripture. The confusion arises concerning what Jesus says about what we can know and cannot know. The key to understanding Jesus' teaching and removing the confusion is the chiastic structure of Matthew 24. Jesus answers two questions asked by the disciples, but in reverse order: the 2nd question first. What can be known is what happens during Daniel's 70th week, what cannot be known is the timing of the rapture. Our goal is to clear up confusion and help our listeners better understand Jesus' teaching about the end times. To that end we also deal with preterism which is a popular teaching that claims that these things happened in 70AD at the time of the destruction of the temple by Rome. Eric gives significant evidence that preterism is unbiblical. The literal manner in which Bible prophesy was fulfilled during the first advent should make us expect that the same literalness will characterize the second advent.

Bible Prophecy (16): The Olivet Discourse (2) - The Signs of the Times

Jesus answered the 3rd Question of Matthew 24:3: What are the Signs of the Tribulation (End of the Age)? in Luke 21:28-33 and Matthew 24:32-35, by comparing the time before the Tribulation-Summer to Spring time when the Fig Tree and all the Trees put forth their leaves in preparation to bear fruit in the Summer.
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Matthew 24:1-14 | Things To Come - Part 1 | Matthew Dodd



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1. The end of the world. It’s a topic that has raised many questions down through the centuries.
a. When will the end of the world happen?
b. How will the world end?
c. Who is the Antichrist?
d. What country or ethnicity will he come from?
e. What is the “mark of the beast”?
f. What will happen to the Church during the Great Tribulation?
2. Speaking of the Church, there have also been many predictions about when the Church will be raptured.

ILLUS – NASA Engineer Edgar Whisenant wrote a book called 88 Reasons Why the Rapture Will Be in 1988.


3. God wants us to know about the end of the world so He gave us His Word, that we may know the truth about the end times and be prepared for its coming.
4. Tonight, we will begin a series called Things to Come, which will delve into questions about the end times by studying the teachings of Jesus in Matthew 24-25.
5. It is my prayer that our study will strengthen our faith, increase our love, and deepen our hope for the return of our Savior, Jesus Christ.

Matthew 24:1-14

Context
1. Matthew 24-25 is commonly called the Olivet Discourse because Jesus was sitting on the Mount of Olives, just east of Jerusalem, while He taught His disciples.
2. The Olivet Discourse is the third of three long teachings recorded by the Apostle Matthew in his Gospel.
3. To get a sense of the context, it will be helpful to imagine the city of Jerusalem. Herod’s Temple stood at the eastern edge of the city with the Eastern Gate overlooking the Kidron Valley.
4. Continuing east from the Kidron Valley, you come to the Garden of Gethsemane, which is where Jesus and His disciples spent much time together. It is also the place where Jesus spent the night praying to His Father prior to His arrest and crucifixion.
5. As you continue east, you climb the Mount of Olives, which stands about 500 feet higher than Jerusalem. In those days it was covered with olive trees but they were later destroyed by the Roman armies.
6. This message that Jesus gave on the Mount of Olives actually began in Jerusalem in Matthew 23. Jesus had just finished rebuking the Jewish leaders for their hypocrisy and rejection of Him.

Matthew 23:37-39, “Jerusalem, Jerusalem, who kills the prophets and stones those who are sent to her! How often I wanted to gather your children together, the way a hen gathers her chicks under her wings, and you were unwilling. Behold, your house is being left to you desolate! For I say to you, from now on you will not see Me until you say, ‘Blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord!’”

7. Here Jesus prophesied the destruction of Jerusalem. Now this must have shocked the Jewish leaders, the crowds, and His disciples because Herod’s Temple inspired awe in all who looked upon it.
8. Since the Temple has been a focal point of Jewish history and also for what will transpire during the last days, it is important to understand some of its history.
9. According to 2 Samuel 7, King David wanted to build a Temple for the Lord, but God would not allow him to do so because he was a man of war and bloodshed. God told David that his son, Solomon, would build the Temple because he would be a man of peace.
10. Solomon’s Temple was considered one of the great wonders of the ancient world.
a. But Solomon’s Temple was completely destroyed in 586 B.C. when the Babylonians destroyed the city and took most of the population into exile in Babylon.
b. The Temple was burned to extract the gold, which had made it so famous.
11. 70 years later, when some Jews returned to Jerusalem, they were permitted to rebuild the Temple and the city. But the second Temple lacked the glory of Solomon’s Temple.
12. Almost 500 years later, Herod the Great decided to rebuild the Temple, adding height, length, and splendor to it, hoping to make a name for himself along the way.
a. Herod spared no expense. He employed thousands of the best architects, craftsmen, and stonemasons to build the Temple.

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Bible Prophecy (15) - The Olivet Discourse (1)

Bible Prophecy (15) - The Olivet Discourse (1)
The Olivet Discourse (Matthew 24, Luke 21) is Jesus' great prophecy of the end-times, answering 3 Questions (Matthew 24:3):
(1) What is the Sign of the Temple's destruction (Luke 21:7, 20-24)?, (2) what are the Signs of His 2nd Coming? (Matthew 24:4-31),
and (3) the Signs of the End of the Age or Tribulation (Matthew 24:32-44).

(Part 2) The Second Coming: Bible Prophecy

Ward Fenley is teaching a series entitled, Matthew 24: The Olivet Discourse. Join us as we study this popular end times passage.

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LET THE BIBLE SPEAK - Signs Of The Second Coming? Part 2

In His Olivet discourse, as recorded in Matthew 24, Jesus prophesied of great tribulation to come followed by heavenly signs such as the darkening of the sun and moon; the stars falling from heaven; and the powers of the heavens being shaken. He declared that then the sign of the Son of man would appear in heaven; the tribes of earth would mourn; and the Son of man would be seen coming in the clouds of heaven with power and great glory. Was the Savior speaking of the end of time and the judgment of the world? It seems to many that these are obvious references to such a cataclysmic event. In part 2 of our series “Signs of the Second Coming?”, we observe that such references were familiar phrases to Jesus’ hearers and did not refer to His personal coming at the end of time but to events that were to take place in their lifetimes in the first century.

SIGNS - On The Prophetic Road to the End Times Part 2 - Matthew 24

Tonight we continue in a new series titled: “SIGNS - On the Prophetic Road to the End Times” with Part 2; When Will the Believing Be Leaving?. According to Newsweek over 55% of Americans believe in the event called “The Rapture. Defining the word rapture, ”caught up” in Greek is Harpazo, which means “to snatch, to seize, or to take suddenly and vehemently”. Harpazo appears 13 times in the New Testament. Join us as we learn what is The Rapture and why is it necessary? Who will participate in The Rapture? As well as much more on this very pressing topic.
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The Olivet Discourse (Matthew 24:1-51)

“Tell us, when will these things happen, and what will be the sign of Your coming, and of the end of the age?” The disciples asked Jesus these two (or three) questions on the Mount of Olives only a short time before He would be betrayed, arrested, and crucified on the cross of Calvary. Jesus' response in the many verses following have been at the heart of countless debates over the years regarding their meaning. True and false doctrines alike have arisen to explain His answers. However, never forget what was asked! To properly understand answers, one must always remember the questions! In his continuing study of Matthew's gospel account, join Kevin Patterson of Sebring, Florida, as he preaches a sermon from Matthew 24:1-51 to the Sebring Parkway church of Christ entitled, The Olivet Discourse.

51. The Olivet Discourse (part 2: Mark 13:9-23)

Having warned of coming disruptions in the world based on political upheavals and natural disasters, Jesus then turned to the disruptions that would also confront his followers during the same years, warning of persecutions and hostility, both from society and even from family. He then focused on the events that would immediately precede the destruction of the Jerusalem temple, referring to the well-known expression taken from Daniel's prophecy, the 'abomination of desolation.'

Zoom Bible Study with Daniel Secomb - Examining The Olivet Discourse (Matthew 24:15-22)

Daniel Secomb from Israel, Islam and End Times hosts a Zoom Bible Study examining the times we are living in and how it correlates with Biblical prophecy. This study focuses on the Olivet Discourse, more specifically Matthew 24:15-22.

Many people are asking many questions as a result of the extraordinary events and signs happening all over the world and there has never been such a critical time to provide Biblical answers to address these questions.

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Zoom Bible Study recorded on the 10th July 2020.

100613dc - The Olivet Discourse, Part 1 - Matthew 24-25

We begin to examine Matthew 24 and 25 to establish the context for further study. We begin to think about which portions refer to 70 AD and which look ahead to the second coming.

Olivet Discourse in Covenant Perspective - Signs of the End Fulfilled - Part 2/2

Part 2 of A covenantal and fulfilled view of the Olivet Discourse. These are the 13 signs Jesus gives of the end of the age and their first century fulfillments.

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