Tuesday, January 12, 2010


The Olivet Discourse is Christ's teaching that will be read in the future by Jews. In Matthew 24:15-16, Jesus says, "When ye, therefore, shall see the abomination of desolation, spoken of by Daniel the prophet, stand in the holy place (whosoever readeth, let him understand), then let them who are in Judea flee into the mountains." The people who see the event have read Daniel, and they are to understand that they are in danger from the one who guaranteed them seven years of peace. Notice, it is them, and not you. Christians will not be in Judea, or anywhere else in this world, for that matter, because the Rapture has removed them at least three and a half years earlier.

Matthew 24:4 Only Jews are still expecting the Messiah (Christ)

Matthew 24:6 Israel hears of wars but does not experience them

Matthew 24:7 There are famines, pestilences, and earthquakes elsewhere

Matthew 24:9 Messianic Jews persecuted in synagogues

Matthew 24:14 The Gospel is about an earthly kingdom

Matthew 24:15 Only Jews would be outraged at the abomination of desolation

Matthew 24:16 Those in Judea are warned to flee

Matthew 24:20 The Jews care about the Sabbath

Matthew 24:23 The Jews who flee are still looking for the Messiah

Matthew 24:24 The Jews require a sign (1 Corinthians1:22)

Matthew 24:29 The Tribulation is Daniel's 70th Week is for Israel (Daniel 9:24)

Matthew 24:30 The "Son of Man" refers to the Messiah of Israel

Matthew 25:32-46 Judgment is based upon how people treated the Jews

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