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The Olivet Discourse in its Jewish Setting

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Matthew 24-25

Dr. Mike Johnston


For these be the days of vengeance, that all things which are written [prophecy for Israel] may be fulfilled . . . for there shall be great distress in the land [Israel], and wrath upon this people [Jews] (Luke 21:22-23).

Conventional thinking has set a confusing precedent for rightly dividing the word of truth (2 Tim. 2:15). When the Bible was written it was divided into Old Testament and New Testament, but the Bible is basically divided into two more well defined and descriptive terms: prophecy and mystery. Prophecy is the purpose God has for the earth and Christ’s reign upon it, which includes the elect nation of Israel and the city of Jerusalem (Isa. 24:23; Mic. 4:7) as given by the prophets. Mystery is that body of truth proclaimed by the Apostle Paul, concerning heaven and the exaltation of the Body…

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