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The Study of Matthew 24-28


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Passion of Christ, Death and Resurrection of Christ, Matthew 24-29,

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  • 1. Matthew 24-28:20 Presented by Jean Smith Presentation Ministries
  • 2. 1.The destruction of Jerusalem 2.The end of the world 3.Last coming of Christ
  • 3. The Destruction of the Temple THE DESTRUCTION OF THE TEMPLE
  • 4. “As he sat on the Mount of Olives, the disciples came to him privately saying; “Tell me when this will be, and what is the sign of your coming and the close of the age? Matthew 24:3 .
  • 5. “Blessed are you when they insult you because of me” Blessed are you when they insult you because of me…
  • 6. Don’t be deceived, don’t be afraid, but DO be prepared! Matthew 24:4-14
  • 7.  Don’t get wrapped up in these signs, see them as a God given way of preparation. The Great Tribulation
  • 8. The love of man will grow cold
  • 9. Matthew24:13 The one who perseveres in the end will will!
  • 10. Matthew 23:14 The Gospel of the kingdom will be preached throughout the world!
  • 11. • “the deslating sacrilege” Jesus is referring to a prophecy in David where the prophet foretold that the king (Antichus IV) would occupy the temple, erect idol images” Matthew 24:15
  • 12. Matthew 24:15-20 But Pray….
  • 13. One million, one hundred thousand people died during this siege of Jerusalem in 70  Key holy day – Passover  Pilgrims from all over the world  Research by Jewish historian Flavius Josephus  Destruction of Jerusalem
  • 14. Salvation Physical Safety Eternal Salvation  Great Tribulation Earthquakes, wars, upheavals  False Prophets  Spiritual Warfare  Signs of the Second Coming of Christ and of the Last Judgment Matthew 21-22
  • 15. Interwoven with Prophesy is destruction of Jerusalem and Jesus’ announcement of his second coming.  “Lo, I have told you before hand” Matt 24:25  Persevere until the end 
  • 16. Matthew 24:27 Thunder and Lighting
  • 17. Matt 24:28-30 Nature itself will tremble in the presence of this supreme judge
  • 18. Matthew 24:30-31 They shall gather his elect
  • 19. Contrast to the parable of the fig tree Matthew 24:32-35
  • 20. “This Generation”  A example of what we say about the destruction of Jerusalem being a symbol  Refers to the people alive at the time of the destruction of Jerusalem. 70  Symbolic of the end of the world  St. John Chrysostom – The Lord is speaking for all generations Matthew 24: 34-35
  • 21. Matthew 24:35 Heaven and Earth Will Pass away, but my words will not pass away
  • 22. The unknown day and hour Matthew 24:36-41
  • 23. Blessed is the servant Matthew 24:45-46
  • 24. Who is the faithful and wise servant? 1. The servant who bids his master’s ways. 2. His master will reward him Who is the wicked servant? 1. Knowing his master is gone he takes advantage and binges on food and drink and beats his fellow servants Consequences: Reward or punishment? Vigelence: The Faithful Servant Matthew 24:45-51
  • 25. The Parable of the 10 Virgins
  • 26.      Have the light of faith Oil of charity Be on the watch Prepare for Christ’s coming Good works Be On the Alert!
  • 27.  Watch with Heart Faith Charity Good Works The light of Christ
  • 28. The Parable of the Talents Matthew 25: 14-30
  • 29. The Judgment of the Nations –The Son of Man will repay every one according to their deeds” Matthew 24:31-34
  • 30. I was hungry and you gave me food Matthew 25: 35-36
  • 31. Matthew 25: 37-46 What you do to your brother you do unto me.
  • 32. Matthew 26: 1-75 The Passion and Death of Jesus Gives the most descriptive details of his life  A cultimation of his life on earth  Redemptive Works  Sacrifice to atone sins  Infinite love and mercy 
  • 33. Matthew 27:45
  • 34. • Passover was upon them within two days • Christ uses this to provide the setting for the new Passover, in which he himself will be the spotless lamb who will set all men free from slavery of sing by shedding his blood on the cross Passover and Conspiracy Against Jesus 26:1-13
  • 35. Matthew 28: 6
  • 36. Matthew 28: 18-28