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Matthew 16 and Daniel 7- Is The Pope the Little Horn

I once believed that the Pope and the Roman Catholic church will become the “litte horn” of Daniel 7 and one day return to power and persecute the true church, only to be destroyed at Christ’s second coming. I came to believe that this is wrong however, and here is just some of the evidence for why I changed my…

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Matthew 16:27-28 and Matthew 5:17-18 Part 2

In this segment, Don K. Preston examines a bit more the implications of Jesus’ statement that the Old Covenant could not pass until it was all fulfilled. While all futiurist eschatologies say that Torah was removed in the first century, they then appeal to that (abrogated) Old Testament for proof of a yet future coming of Christ! But, if Torah…

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Matthew 16:27-28 and Matthew 5:17-18 Part 1

esus’ prediction of his coming in judgment in Matthew 16:27f is taken from several Old Testament prophecies. In Matthew 5:17f Jesus said that none of the Old Testament would pass away until it was all fulfilled. All futurist eschatologies say the OT has been abrogated, but then, they cite the OT for proof of a yet future coming of Christ!…

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Matthew 16:27-28 and Daniel 7– Fulfilled!

Jesus’ prediction of his coming as the Son of Man is taken directly from Daniel 7. But, Daniel 7 limited the fulfillment of the last days, and the coming of the Lord to the days of the Roman Empire! And not a word about a Revived Roman Empire! Jesus defined the time even clearer. Very, very important stuff here!  …

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Matthew 16 and Daniel 7– A Look at the Little Horn!

Jesus’ prediction of his coming as “The Son of Man” is taken directly from Daniel 7. But this connection demands that Matthew 16:27-28 cannot be divided into two topics, to be fulfilled at different times! A look at Daniel 7 with Matthew 16 proves that Christ’s kingdom was to be established at his coming– in the first century!   {youtube}http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XsGuoKNOZtI{/youtube}

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Matthew 16:27-28 and Isaiah 62

A look at Isaiah 62 as the source of Matthew 16:27-28, demonstrating that the time of Christ’s wedding and the kingdom were in the first century at the fall of Jerusalem. Also a demonstration that Matthew 16:27-28 cannot be divided into two separate topics and times.   {youtube}http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ev_oesvYFCM{/youtube}

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Matthew 16 & Isaiah 62

An investigation into the prophetic source of Jesus’ prediction of his coming in Matthew 16:27-28. This study shows that Matthew 16:27f is a prediction of Christ’s coming for the Wedding, and that this prophecy is from Isaiah 62. It is then shown how the Wedding was to be in AD 70! {youtube}http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VIUN5lvReWs{/youtube}

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Matthew 16 & Isaiah 40 Part 2

A continuing look at the prophetic background of Matthew 16:27-28, showing that John the Baptizer was the Voice of Isaiah 40. This shows that Matthew 16:27 was the Day of the Lord foretold by John, and that the second coming was near in the first century! {youtube}http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iN15gWlIPZ4{/youtube}

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Matthew 16 & Isaiah 40 Part 1

On-going examination of key topics and issues related to eschatology, i.e. the doctrine of the last days. Preston’s Ponderings will present positive lessons with in-depth exegesis, as well as refuting those opposed to the preterist view of prophecy. {youtube}http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Oiv30SmDKY{/youtube}