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  1. Jan 02, 2020 · Answer: The end of the age (“end of the world” in the KJV) refers to the end of this present era and the commencement of the next dispensation. It is the period that precedes the second coming of the Son of Man as the Righteous Judge.

  2. Signs of the End of the Age | Tomorrow's World

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    Jesus Christ gave a prophecy in answer to His disciples’ question about when the end of the age would arrive. He described various worldwide calamities, including wars, famines, pestilences, and earthquakes. Revealing that “All these are the beginning of sorrows” (Matthew 24:4–8), He went on to describe other events that will take place before the end of the age. Skeptics retort that ...

  3. TBN has elected to remove End of the Age from their program schedule. This change comes as a complete surprise to our team. Unfortunately, TBN made this decision in spite of our best efforts to communicate the transition plan for Endtime and End of the Age.

  4. What does "end of the age" refer to?

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    The harvest is the end of the age and the reapers are the angels. It is at the end of the age that the righteous are separated from the wicked. The wicked will be destroyed and the righteous will shine forth. The point is that though Jesus established the church in the world, Satan is still working against God.

  5. The End of This Age Is Not the End of the World! | theTrumpet.com

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    • What Is The ‘End of The World’?
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    • God’s 7,000-Year Plan

    1. What did Jesus say about the “end of the world” and the sign that would point to His return? Matthew 24:3.God inspired the New Testament to be originally recorded in the Greek language. The Greek word translated “world” in this verse is aion, meaning “age”—not the physical planet on which we live. The Revised Standard Version translates the expression as “the close of the age.” The disciples were asking Jesus not about the destruction of the terrestrial globe, but about the end of an “age”...

    1. Does God intervene in world affairs without first revealing His intentions to His prophets? Amos 3:7.If you study the messages of the prophets, you see not only forewarning of the trouble to come, but also promises of what God will establish on Earth after Christ’s Second Coming.2. Will God establish a kingdom to supplant the kingdoms of today’s world? Daniel 2:44. Is this coming kingdom a literal, world-ruling administration? Psalms 67:4. Will this government have a presence within a spec...

    God has set aside a period of 7,000 years to fulfill His plan for mankind. His little-understood plan for man began about 6,000 years ago. The pattern for this plan is given in the first two chapters of Genesis. It is the week of seven days.Note that the Earth has existed for much longer than 6,000 years. In Genesis 1, only verse 1 refers to the original creation of the Earth. Then, verse 2 states that the Earth “was without form and void,” but the word was should be translated became. There...

  6. What is the Meaning of the End of the Age in Eschatology ...

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    Nov 02, 2008 · That likewise must be the Jewish age. Note that it does not say at the “end” of the end of the age, thus not in A.D. 70. Now, the issue before us is to identify the end of the age in the text in question, Matthew 28:20. Here’s the question above presented here in the form of an argument. Jesus is no longer with us at the end the age. The ...

  7. 24. The Signs of the End of the Age | Bible.org

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    Jan 01, 2008 · The entire passage from Matthew 24:15-31 is the specific answer to the disciples of the sign of His coming and of the end of the age, with the climactic sign being the second coming and the glory that attends it, and will fulfill the prophecy of Acts 1:11 that Christ will return as He went up into heaven, that is, His return will be physical ...

    • Introductory Considerations
      The discourse of Christ on the Mount of Olives is one of the four major discourses of Christ and should be compared in its content to the Sermon on...
    • Prediction of Destruction of The Temple, 24:1-2
      After delivering the denunciation of the scribes and the Pharisees, Christ left the temple, according to Matthew 24:1-2; and as He left, His discip...
    • Questions of The disciples, 24:3
      As they walked from the temple area through the Kidron Valley and up the slope of the Mount of Olives, the disciples, no doubt, were pondering thes...
    • Course of The Present Age, 24:4-14
      Expositors have taken various approaches to the introductory remarks of Christ. G. Campbell Morgan, for instance, regards the whole section of Matt...
    • Sign of The Great Tribulation, 24:15-25
      This portion of the Olivet discourse is crucial to understanding what Christ reveals about the end of the age. The tendency to explain away this se...
    • Second Coming of Christ, 24:26-31
      One who believes the prophetic Scripture will have no difficulty identifying the second coming of Christ, because it will be a public event. Accord...
    • Parable of The Fig Tree, 24:32-33
      In interpreting the illustrations which follow, while there may be secondary applications of the truth to the church awaiting the rapture, the laws...
  8. The End of the Age: Are We Simply Misunderstanding Matthew 24 ...

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    Jun 03, 2015 · The key to understanding Matthew 24 is to know when Jesus is talking about the temple and when he is referring to the end of the age. I personally believe that most of the chapter is about the temple's destruction. The destruction of the temple was the end of an age for them. There has never been a temple since in Jerusalem.

  9. This Is What The End Of The Oil Age Looks Like

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    Apr 01, 2020 · This version of the end of oil became very popular just before the shale oil boom. The idea was neatly summarized in 2005 when the late Matt Simmons published Twilight in the Desert, in which he ...

  10. Jan 02, 2020 · The Church Age will end when God’s people are raptured out of the world and taken to be with the Lord (1 Corinthians 15:51-57). The rapture will be followed in heaven by the Marriage Supper of the Lamb (Revelation 19:6-9) as the Church, the Bride of Christ, receives her heavenly reward.