Mathew 24 – Part 59 – Immediately Can’t Mean A Very Long Time

When we combine the two undeniable facts that: (1) The great tribulation of Mathew 24 was a first century “Jewish Tribulation”, and (2), the word ‘immediately” (Greek: eutheos) does in fact mean “right away”, and is always limited to a first century context within the New Testament; we become forced to find an interpretation of Mathew 24:29 which fits with a first century fulfillment, and compliments the “judgment context” of the passage itself. And this we shall do….

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