MBS028 The Olivet Discourse

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MBS028 THE OLIVET DISCOURSE
By Dr. Arnold Fruchtenbaum

The famous Olivet Discourse of our Messiah occurred between two significant events. Immediately preceding the Olivet Discourse, the Messiah spoke the final words of His public ministry found in Matthew 23:1-39, which contain the denunciation of the leadership, especially for their guilt in leading the nation to reject the Messiahship of Yeshua (Jesus). With these words, the public ministry of the Messiah as a Prophet came to an end, and for the remainder of His last few days on earth, He would deal exclusively with His disciples.

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MBS028 THE OLIVET DISCOURSE
By Dr. Arnold Fruchtenbaum

TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION

I. THE HISTORICAL SETTING II. THE THREE QUESTIONS
A. The General Characteristics of the Church Age
1. The Rise of False Messiahs
2. The Existence of Local Wars

B. The Sign of the End of the Age

C. Personal Experiences of the Apostles

D. The Sign of the Fall of Jerusalem

E. The Great Tribulation
1. The Events of the First Half of the Tribulation
2. The Events of the Second Half of the Tribulation

F. The Sign of the Second Coming of the Messiah

G. The Re-gathering of Israel

H. The Exhortation

III. THE PARABLE OF THE FIG TREE
A. The Rapture of the Church

B. Parables Urging Watchfulness, Readiness, and Laboring
1. The Parable of the Porter—Mark 13:33–37
2. The Parable of the Master of the House—Matthew 24:43–44
3. The Parable of the Faithful Servant and the Evil Servant—Matthew 24:45–51
4. The Parable of the Ten Virgins—Matthew 25:1–13
5. The Parable of the Talents—Matthew 25:14–30
6. Summary and Application

IV. THE JUDGMENT OF THE GENTILES CONCLUSION

And they asked him, saying, Teacher, when therefore shall these things be? and what shall be the sign when these things are about to come to pass? Luke 21:7