Sat, May 19, 2018
Matthew 24-25 by Thomas Ice
Christ’s final parable of Matthew 24 teaches lessons of faithfulness in service to our Lord in light of His return as mention in verses 27–31. This parable, like all of the other parables of Christ, relates to Israel, especially in light of her rejection of the Messiahship of Jesus. Since all of these parables are focused upon the return of Christ, this one emphasizes proper behavior in light of the absence of Jesus between the two comings. Mark does not record this parable, but Luke does in a different context (12:41–46)...
Series:An Interpretation of Matthew 24–25