This is the final installment for Matthew 24 as it relates to the End Time prophecies. I am needing more hard verses for the show. Please send in your suggestions. Also, make this podcast successful by sharing and subscribing. Thanks for all the support and encouragement.
I am using Burton Coffman's commentary on Matthew 24 to give the background to the scene in chapter 24. This is available for free to use at studylight.org. Just do a Google search for Burton Coffman commentary on Matthew and it comes right up. Let me know about the slower format.
This section along with Luke 21 are speaking about the end of certain things. What are these things? The last days, the second coming, the destruction of the temple or Jerusalem? We look at these verses and also at some of the experts in the field (note that I do not agree with the experts most of the time).
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Hope all is well. Today's show is a break of form so to speak. Instead of a hard verse, we are taking on some hard chapters (Matthew 24 and Luke 21). These two chapters are concerned with several things. Jesus will tell of the destruction of the temple all the way to the end of the world. How can we tell which part is talking about what? That is our discussion on this and subsequent shows. Be sure and support the show by subscribing, commenting, sharing and even...
This is a hard verse short. This concept of going down to a place had very little to do with North and South and more to do with elevation. We look at several verses that have this issue.
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This is a closer look at Psalms 127:9 concerning the phrase, " happy are they that dash their little ones on the stones." I enlist the commentators of Barnes, Coffman, Clarke, and K&D. For those that are not going to listen, just know that Edom and Babylon are going to get theirs. Thanks to all the subscribers and supporters. I pray 2018 will be a great year for us all.
Eli Eli Lama Sabachthani, My God, My God, why hast thou forsaken me? Matthew 27:46.
Did Jesus not really know what was going on? How does Psalm 22 relate? We shall find out on this episode of the Hard Verses Podcast.
This is a great hard verse for the Bible Genius to go after. I thank Pete Davis for the research and love of the truth and his contribution to the podcast and to my life.
One of the resources that was heavily relied on is this article by Lee.
I can neither endorse or denounce but did like his historical perspective on this verse.
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This is my confession that this verse is harder than originally thought. I am still in the works and should have some information by next week. My plan is to have the answers to the proposed questions concerning the "man of perdition" from 2 Thess. 2. Thanks for all the encouragement and comments. The video of the livestream from this content is up at Youtube. Look for "Hard Verses" you should see me and my parrot mug.
Spoiler alert: It is not the man of perdition in 2 Thess. You are probably wanting to hear about that instead. Thanks to everyone who has been so patient during my wife's illness. Yes it has been a while.
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Thanks to Jeff Orr and Guyton Montgomery for helping out this episode.
The hard verse is 1 John 5:16,17, talking of a sin unto death. What is a sin that is unto death? What is a sin not unto death? Are there sins that we are not to pray? We discuss all this on todays episode.
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Thanks to Guyton Montgomery for helping with the show. These are the notes used in the show: 20170315 Job 1:6 Job 1:5 And it was so, when the days of their feasting were gone about, that Job sent and sanctified them, and rose up early in the morning, and offered burnt offerings according to the number of them all: for Job said, It may be that my sons have sinned, and cursed God in their hearts. Thus did Job continually. Satan Allowed to Test Job Job 1:6 Now there was a day when the sons of...
I will be going on hiatus from the show for a little bit. I will be getting caught up on my Master's degree and paying off some bills. Please keep in touch on social media. I will be back. Still send in suggestions.
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