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Tony Garland
Tony Garland

Following His presentation as King to Israel, what did Jesus reveal concerning the interadvent period which would follow upon Israel's rejection of her promised Davidic King? [10 hours 33 minutes]

SessionDescription
01 Matthew 24 1-2 The Rejection of the King of the Jews (Matthew 24:1-2)
Having presented Himself as king in fulfillment of Zechariah 9, Israel's rejection of Messiah Jesus meant yet another destruction of Jerusalem and the continuation of the Times of the Gentiles. To properly understand Matthew 24 and 25, it is critical to establish the wider historical context within which the events described by Jesus in Matthew 24 and 25 take place. [47 minutes]
02 Matthew 24 3-8 Three Significant Signs (Matthew 24:3-8)
Jesus responds to questions by His disciples concerning the destruction of the Temple, His coming, and the end of the age. [55 minutes]
03 Matthew 24 9-14 Characteristics of the End of the Age (Mat. 24:9-14)
Jesus describes what it will be like for believers living at the end of the age, immediately prior to His return. [50 minutes]
04 Matthew 24 15-22 The Abomination of Desolation (Mat. 24:15-22)
Jesus warns believers to watch for a specific event which will provide an unambiguous indication that the end of the age is near. [59 minutes]
05 Matthew 24 23-30 The Sign of the Son of Man (Mat. 24:23-30)
Jesus answers questions by His disciples concerning the sign of His coming at the end of the age. [45 minutes]
06 Matthew 24 29-31 All the Tribes of the Earth Shall Mourn (Mat. 24:29-31)
Although believers will experience great joy when they see Jesus, those who reject Him will mourn when their unbelief and hardness of heart is exposed at His Second Coming. [49 minutes]
07 Matthew 24 32-36 No One Knows the Hour (Mat. 24:32-36)
Jesus indicates how to discern His soon arrival at the end of the age while emphasizing that no one knows the day and hour of His return. [52 minutes]
08 Matthew 24 37-44 As the Days of Noah (Mat. 24:37-44)
The return of Jesus will be as unexpected by a future generation as the global Flood was by the generation living in the days of Noah. [45 minutes]
09 Matthew 24 45-51 A Tale of Two Servants (Mat. 24:45-51)
Jesus compares the behavior of two servants during the lengthy absence of their master. [54 minutes]
10 Matthew 25 1-13 Wise and Foolish Virgins - Part 1 (Mat. 25:1-13)
Jesus compares the kingdom of heaven to ten virgins awaiting the arrival of a bridegroom. Who do they represent and what are we to learn from their different destinies? [45 minutes]
11 Matthew 25 1-13 Wise and Foolish Virgins - Part 2 (Mat. 25:1-13)
Jesus compares the kingdom of heaven to ten virgins awaiting the arrival of a bridegroom. Who do they represent and what are we to learn from their different destinies? [37 minutes]
12 Matthew 25 14-30 God's Economy (Mat. 25:14-30)
Three servants are entrusted with differing stewardships in the absence of their lord. Upon the lord's return, two are rewarded and one is punished. [48 minutes]
13 Matthew 25 31-46 Judgment of the Living Nations (Mat. 25:31-46)
The eternal destiny of those alive at the return of Christ depends upon their identification with one of three groups: sheep, goats, and His brethren. [47 minutes]

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