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Was Matthew 16:28 Fulfilled On Pentecost? No! New Video!

I was raised believing that the day of Pentecost was the fulfillment of Jesus’ promise to come in the lifetime of his audience in Matthew 16:28. After all, the Spirit came with power on Pentecost, and Jesus said he was coming in power and the kingdom, didn’t he? Well, this may sound good, but, it will not stand close scrutiny,…

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Dating of Revelation!

I just posted another video, this time on the dating of Revelation. Jesus’ prediction of his coming in Matthew 16:27-28 is the prediction to come in vindication and judgment of his suffering, which he spoke of in verse 21f. The context does not allow us to separate verse 27 from that discussion. The connective particle “for” proves this. So, again,…

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A Comparison of Matthew 16:27-28 and Revelation 11:15-18

I just posted another video on YouTube, examing the relationship between Matthew 16:27-28 and Revelation 11:15-18. The parallels between the two texts are precise, demonstrating beyond doubt that Matthew 16:27-28 cannot be divided into two different events, occuring at two separate times. This study also proves that Revelation had to have been written before the fall of Jerusalem in AD…

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Is there a 2000 year gap between Matthew 16:27 and verse 28?

I was personally raised believing that Matthew 16:27 speaks of the “end of the world” while v. 28 foretold the day of Pentecost, only a few months removed from when Jesus spoke the prediction. This is the popular view in the amillennial world. The dispensationalists insert a 1000 year gap between the verses. However, this position is simply not contextual.…

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Matthew 16:27-28 and the Passing of the Law of Moses!

I just posted another video on YouTube! I was raised believing and teaching that the Law of Moses passed away at the cross. However, more study convinced me that this is the wrong view. Jesus was more than emphatic that Torah– none of it– would pass away until it was ALL– not some of it, not part of it, not…

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Matthew 16:27-28 and Mark 9:1– A Look at the Greek

In this segment, I take a look at Mark 9:1, which is a parallel to Matthew 16:27-28. The Greek text of Mark 9 proves beyond any doubt that Christ’s coming to establish the kingdom, at the time of judgment, was to be in the lifetime of the first century– and Jesus was not talking about the transfiguration!   {youtube}http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bBJp2z37qQo{/youtube}

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Matthew 16:27-28 and Daniel 9– Was the Kingdom Postponed?

In this segment, I examine the relationship between Matthew 16:27-28 and Daniel 9. Both prophecies foretold the establishment of the kingdom. My dispensational friends say that the kingdom was postponed, however. Jesus refutes that idea!   {youtube}http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_w9AHkLu-Hk{/youtube}