Wednesday, October 7, 2020

What did JESUS say of the END Times?


What will happen during the END Times?

How will it be?

What can we expect?

Who are we to believe?

What are we to believe?

If you are God's own, you will believe only ONE Authority, and that is JESUS, the SON of GOD.

Let the Lord Jesus tell you himself:

24 And Jesus went out, 

and departed 

from the temple: 

and his disciples 

came to him 

for to shew him 

the buildings 

of the temple.

2 And Jesus said 

unto them, 

See ye not all these things? 

verily I say unto you, 

There shall not be left here 

one stone 

upon another, 

that shall not be 

thrown down.

3 And as he sat upon 

the mount of Olives, 

the disciples came unto him 

privately, saying, 

Tell us, 


shall these things be? 

and what 

shall be the sign 

of thy coming, 

and of the end 

of the world?

4 And Jesus answered 

and said unto them, 

Take heed 

that no man 

deceive you.

5 For many 

shall come in my name, saying, 

I am Christ; 

and shall deceive many.

6 And ye shall hear 

of wars 

and rumours 

of wars: 

see that ye 

be not troubled: 

for all these things 

must come to pass, 

but the end is not yet.

7 For nation 

shall rise 

against nation, 

and kingdom 

against kingdom: 

and there shall be famines, 

and pestilences, 

and earthquakes, 

in divers places.

8 All these 

are the beginning 

of sorrows.

9 Then shall they 

deliver you up 

to be afflicted, 

and shall kill you: 

and ye 

shall be hated 

of all nations 

for my name's sake.

10 And then 

shall many 

be offended, 

and shall betray 

one another, 

and shall hate 

one another.

11 And many false prophets 

shall rise, 

and shall deceive many.

12 And because iniquity 

shall abound, 

the love of many 

shall wax cold.

13 But he 

that shall endure 

unto the end, 

the same 

shall be saved.

14 And this gospel 

of the kingdom 

shall be preached 

in all the world 

for a witness 

unto all nations; 

and then 

shall the end come.

15 When ye therefore 

shall see 

the abomination 

of desolation, 

spoken of by Daniel 

the prophet, 


in the holy place, 

(whoso readeth, 

let him understand:)

16 Then let them 

which be in Judaea 

flee into 

the mountains:

17 Let him 

which is 

on the housetop 

not come down 

to take any thing 

out of his house:

18 Neither let him 

which is 

in the field 

return back 

to take his clothes.

19 And woe unto them 

that are 

with child, 

and to them 

that give suck 

in those days!

20 But pray ye 

that your flight 

be not 

in the winter, 


on the sabbath day:

21 For then 

shall be great tribulation, 

such as was not 

since the beginning 

of the world 

to this time, 

no, nor ever shall be.

22 And except 

those days 

should be shortened, 

there should 

no flesh be saved: 

but for the elect's sake 

those days 

shall be shortened.

23 Then if any man 

shall say unto you, 

Lo, here is Christ, 

or there; 

believe it not.

24 For there shall arise 

false Christs, 

and false prophets, 

and shall shew 

great signs 

and wonders; 

insomuch that, 

if it were possible, 

they shall deceive 

the very elect.

25 Behold, 

I have told you before.

26 Wherefore 

if they shall say 

unto you, 


he is 

in the desert; 

go not forth: 


he is 

in the secret chambers; 

believe it not.

27 For as the lightning 

cometh out 

of the east, 

and shineth 

even unto 

the west; 

so shall also 

the coming 

of the Son 

of man 


28 For wheresoever 

the carcase is, 

there will 

the eagles 

be gathered 


29 Immediately 

after the tribulation 

of those days 

shall the sun 

be darkened, 

and the moon 

shall not give her light, 

and the stars 

shall fall from heaven, 

and the powers of the heavens 

shall be shaken:

30 And then shall appear 

the sign 

of the Son 

of man 

in heaven: 

and then 

shall all the tribes 

of the earth 


and they 

shall see 

the Son 

of man 


in the clouds 

of heaven 

with power 

and great glory.

31 And he 

shall send 

his angels 

with a great sound 

of a trumpet, 

and they 

shall gather together 

his elect 

from the four winds, 

from one end 

of heaven 

to the other.

32 Now learn a parable 

of the fig tree; 

When his branch 

is yet tender, 

and putteth forth leaves, 

ye know 

that summer 

is nigh:

33 So likewise ye, 

when ye 

shall see 

all these things, 



it is near, 


at the doors.

34 Verily 

I say unto you, 

This generation 

shall not pass, 


all these things 

be fulfilled.

35 Heaven and earth 

shall pass away, 

but my words 

shall not pass away.

36 But of that day 

and hour 


no man, 

no, not the angels 

of heaven, 

but my Father 


37 But 

as the days 

of Noah 


so shall also 

the coming 

of the Son 

of man 


38 For 

as in the days 

that were 

before the flood 

they were eating 

and drinking, 


and giving 

in marriage, 

until the day 

that Noe 

entered into 

the ark,

39 And knew not 


the flood came, 

and took them 

all away; 

so shall also 

the coming 

of the Son 

of man 


40 Then shall two 

be in the field; 

the one 

shall be taken, 

and the other left.

41 Two women 

shall be grinding 

at the mill; 

the one 

shall be taken, 

and the other 


42 Watch 


for ye know not 

what hour 

your Lord 

doth come.

43 But know this, 

that if the goodman 

of the house 

had known 

in what watch 

the thief 

would come, 

he would 

have watched, 

and would not 

have suffered 

his house 

to be 

broken up.

44 Therefore 

be ye also ready: 

for in such an hour 

as ye think not 

the Son of man


45 Who then 

is a faithful 

and wise 


whom his lord 

hath made ruler 


his household, 

to give them meat 

in due season?

46 Blessed 

is that servant, 

whom his lord 

when he cometh 

shall find so 


47 Verily 

I say unto you, 

That he 

shall make him ruler 

over all 

his goods.

48 But 

and if that evil servant 

shall say 

in his heart, 

My lord 

delayeth his coming;

49 And shall begin 

to smite 

his fellowservants, 

and to eat 

and drink 

with the drunken;

50 The lord 

of that servant 

shall come 

in a day 

when he 

looketh not 

for him, 

and in an hour 

that he is 

not aware of,

51 And shall cut him 


and appoint him 

his portion 

with the hypocrites: 

there shall be 


and gnashing 

of teeth.

Matthew 24 (King James Version)

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