According to Jesus in Matthew 22, the coming of the Lord for the wedding (in fulfillment of Isaiah 62) was to take place when those who had murdered the saints were “cast out”. But, according to Jesus in Matthew 8:10-12, Luke 13:24-29 and Paul in Galatians 4:21-30, those who were “cast out” were the first century Jews who had rejected the invitation to the wedding (in fulfillment of Isaiah 25) and had persecuted those who had received it. And according to Paul, this “casting out” would take place at the removal of the Old Covenant system (Galatians 4:30) in AD70. This means that the second coming of Christ for the wedding in fulfillment of Isaiah 25 and 62, did take place at the burning of Jerusalem and the punishment of it’s citizens in AD70. And, since the coming of the Son of Man in Matthew 16:27-28 would fulfill the coming of the Lord for the wedding, then Matthew 16:27-28 prophesied the second coming of Christ for the wedding (to reward the saints and punish the wicked – to “repay every man according to his deeds”), which Jesus placed within the lifetime of his contemporary disciples.