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Matthew 24:29 - 24:31 (Part 1)

Gospel of Matthew
Gospel of MatthewSteve Gregg

In this study, Steve Gregg continues his analysis of the Olivet Discourse delivered by Jesus in Matthew 24. Gregg notes that the destruction of the Jewish temple system in 70 A.D., led by the Roman general Titus and the subsequent rebuilding, are well-documented historical events that align with Jesus’ prophecies. He further examines the context and timing of the events mentioned in the passage, such as the mourning of all tribes on earth, and interprets them as a societal end and coming judgment of God, rather than the literal end of the world.

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