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]
A single audio recording of the entire message.
Outline of the presentation.
|Locate Audio from Verse|
Find the audio teaching associated with a verse in the book of Matthew.
Copyright © 2017 by Tony Garland
(Version 1.2 generated on Fri Oct 6 00:23:41 2017)