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Matthew 24:1-51 The Tribulation

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The Book of Revelation

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Passion Week
Monday
Sunday
Jesus enters Jerusalem riding on a donkey (; ; ; )
Jesus looks at the temple and returns to Bethany for the night ()
Monday
Cleanse the temple and curse the tree(;)
Cleanse the temple and curse the tree(;)
Tuesday
Jesus authority is question as He teaches in the temple (; ; )
Jesus predicts the destruction of the temple and His return (; ; )
Mathews 24 is the longest & most detail
23:37 cursed Israel
The Disciples Question Vs 3
Jesus Answered(Preached 4-
The temple was built from 20BC-64AD
It took 84 years to build & destroyed In 4 Years at 70AD
Sunday Jesus enters Jerusalem riding on a donkey ()
7 years of The Tribulation
•First 3 ½ Year, Tribulation
•The Abomination of Desolation (rejection of God) abomination that causes desolation
abomination that causes desolation
•Second 3 ½ Years Great Tribulation
•Second 3 ½ Years Great Tribulation
The Olivet Discords
When will it be(Vs36) & what are the signs
Vs 1-14 Birth-pain(Rapid Fired)
Vs 3 The Question
(The Tribulation vs 4-14)
Vs 8 The Beginning of The Birth Pains
Vs 15 Abomination of Desolation (The Antichrist setting up self worship)RUN!!!
7 Seals(over a period of years)
7 Trumpets(over a period of weeks)
7 Bowls of wrath(over a period days or hours)
Vs 16-28 The Warnings
needs to flee Tribulations
Vs 29 Son of Man in Haven (THE SIGN)
In Revaluation 6-19 The Tribulation
The Fig Tree 32-35
Mathews 21:18-22 On that same day earlier Jesus used the Fig Tree to teach another lesson
The fig tree is like a movie trailer
The kingdom Of God , it is near, the very end.(birth pain)
Vs 34 (Generations)The people at that time will not pass away until these things take place. Baby Boomers.
Vs 37
Vs 42 pay attention (Watch)
Vs 44 be Ready
I. Introduction (24:1–3)
A. Jesus predicts the destruction of the temple (vv. 1–2).
B. The disciples ask Him three questions (v. 3).
1. When will the temple be destroyed? Answer: . This question is not answered in Matt.
2. What is the sign of His coming? Answer: .
II. Christ’s Coming and Israel (24:4–44)
3. What is the sign of the end of the age? Answer: .
C. Jesus also discusses two matters about which the disciples did not ask:
1. Christ’s coming for the church—
2. Christ’s judgment of the Gentiles—
Wiersbe, W. W. (1992). Wiersbe’s expository outlines on the New Testament (p. 87). Wheaton, IL: Victor Books.
II. Christ’s Coming and Israel (24:4–44)
First 3–1/2 years 1. “The Beginning of sorrows”—4–8
1. “The Beginning of sorrows”—4–8
1. “The Beginning of sorrows”—4–8
of the 70th week (1) False Christs, 4–5 (Antichrist)
of the 70th week
of the 70th week
(1) False Christs, 4–5
(Antichrist)
of Daniel (2) Wars, 6
of Daniel
(2) Wars, 6
(3) Famines, 7a
(3) Famines, 7a
(4) Death, 7b–8
(4) Death, 7b–8
2. Events leading up to “The End”—9–14
2. Events leading up to “The End”—9–14
(1) Martyrs, 9
(1) Martyrs, 9
(1) Martyrs, 9
(2) Worldwide chaos, 10–13
(2) Worldwide chaos, 10–13
(2) Worldwide chaos, 10–13
(3) Worldwide preaching, 14 –144,000 JEWS
(3) Worldwide preaching, 14
–144,000 JEWS
“THEN COMES THE END …”
“THEN COMES THE END …”
3. The Great Tribulation—15–28
3. The Great Tribulation—15–28
3. The Great Tribulation—15–28
Last 3–1/2 years of (1) The Abomination of Desolation, 15
Last 3–1/2 years of
Last 3–1/2 years of
(1) The Abomination of Desolation, 15
(1) The Abomination of Desolation, 15
the 70th week of (2) Warnings to Jews to flee, 16–20
the 70th week of
(2) Warnings to Jews to flee, 16–20
Daniel (3) The tribulation proper, 21–27
Daniel
(3) The tribulation proper, 21–27
(4) Gathering of nations at Armageddon, 28
(4) Gathering of nations at Armageddon, 28
4. “After the Tribulation”—29–31
4. “After the Tribulation”—29–31
4. “After the Tribulation”—29–31
(1) Signs in heavens, 29
(1) Signs in heavens, 29
(2) Coming of Christ in power, 30
(2) Coming of Christ in power, 30
(3) Gathering of Israel (“elect”), 31
(3) Gathering of Israel (“elect”), 31
5. Three concluding exhortations—32–44
5. Three concluding exhortations—32–44
(1) The fig tree, 32–35 “Know it is near” 33
(1) The fig tree, 32–35
“Know it is near” 33
(2) The days of Noah, 36–42 “Watch therefore!” 42
(2) The days of Noah, 36–42
“Watch therefore!” 42
III. Christ’s Coming and Christendom (24:45–25:30)
Note: These parables picture “Christendom” when Christ comes for His church. It is a mixture of good and bad, saved and unsaved, as the kingdom pictured in .
A. The faithful and evil servants (24:45–51).
B. The wise and foolish virgins (25:1–13).
C. The profitable and unprofitable servants (25:14–30).
IV. Christ’s Coming and the Gentile Nations (25:31–46)
Note: This judgment must not be confused with the White Throne of . There are three groups here: “brethren” (the Jews), “sheep” (people who received the Jews during the Tribulation), and “goats” (the people who persecuted the Jews and rejected the message).
Wiersbe, W. W. (1992). Wiersbe’s expository outlines on the New Testament (pp. 87–88). Wheaton, IL: Victor Books.
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