Tue, May 15, 2018
Matthew 24-25 by Thomas Ice
As I demonstrated in my previous installment, Matthew 24:4–14 deals with events of the first half of the seven-year tribulation period known as "the beginning of birth pangs" (Matt. 24:8). These events are parallel to the seal and trumpet judgments of Revelation 6, 8–9. I take it that in Christ’s discourse "The disciples were the representatives of godly Jews, and were warned of what should befall their nation." Thus, this passage, which is before us will take place in the future, after the rapture of the church, at the time of the beginning of the tribulation...
Series:An Interpretation of Matthew 24–25