MZTV 41: The Difference Between Christ’s Two Comings

MZTV 41: The Difference Between Christ's Two Comings

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One thing happens when Christ comes for us, and an opposite thing happens when Christ comes for Israel. Here’s the scoop.

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  1. Is it Peter's evangel to the nations …OR…is it Paul's evangel to the nations?

    "But [when there had] become [to be] much questioning,
    Peter rose [and] said to them:
    "Men, brothers! You stand on [it], that from [the] original days
    the God outchose among you, [that] through my the mouth
    the nations hear the word [of] the well-announcement and faithe" " (Dabhar; The Writ)

    "Now, [there] coming [to] be much questioning,
    raising, Peter said towards them:
    "Men! Brethren! You are versed [in the fact] that from [the] days [at the] beginning
    the God chooses among you, [that] through my the mouth
    the nations [are] to hear the word of the evangel and believe" " (CLNT)

    Is it Peter's evangel to the nations …OR…is it Paul's evangel to the nations?


  3. Regarding the 75 days… "…The difference in time and space at the resurrection of the terrestrial saints and the vivification of those of this secret celestial calling gives us a good illustration of their diverse character. As to the time, the former have a fixed date while the latter have none. No other event in earth's chronology is so clearly and unmistakably predicted as the glorious advent of earth's King. If I were to see the signs, the covenant broken, and the cessation of the sacrifice (Dan.9:25-27), I would not have the slightest hesitation in setting the date for Messiah's appearing. If a season, two seasons and a half is not definitely enough, then I would say forty-two months. Still more accurately I would guarantee the Lord's glorious presence in twelve hundred and sixty days. The hour, of course would vary according to the location of the saints on the earth (Dan.12:11; Rev.12:6; 13:5; Matt.24:15; Luke 21:28).

    In contrast with this, there is no definite event from which we may reckon the time of His descent to the air. The only time periods mentioned are: an instant, the twinkle of an eye, the last trump (1 Cor.15:52). Here are no seasons, and months and days. An instant is UN-CUTable, an Atom (Greek a-tom-os) of duration, the time it takes an eyelid to move up or down (not both), the final blast of a trumpet signal. Just like the seasons and months and days, the instant and the twinkle and the trump are simultaneous. We must not add them together and stretch them to three instants! We are not conscious of any shorter period than this.

    Even a greater contrast is seen in connection with the dead. Those who are roused in the "former" resurrection remain in the tombs for over two months after the kingdom comes. Before they rise, the kingdom is set up and divine service is resumed (Dan.12:11). It will take all this time to prepare the scene for their presence. The earth will be a shambles, and the nations a chaos, when Christ comes (Rev.19:11-15). First the false Messiah must be dealt with (2 Thess.2:8), and the nations judged. On the earth this will take time, so the sleeping saints are not roused until their place has been prepared for them long after the living have entered the kingdom. But just the reverse comes in our case. The living will not outstrip those reposing, but the dead will rise first. Then both together will be caught away in clouds to meet the Lord in the air (Thess.4:13-17)." from THE CHURCHES OF EPHESUS by A.E. Knoch (

    Also check out Bullinger's Appendix 90 in his Companion Bible (

  4. John 10:16 …..And other sheep have I which are not of "this" fold. Those also I must be leading…..
    This is Jesus himself speaking of believers that are not of "this" fold (circumcision fold). Jesus does recognize the two folds (groups).

  5. For goodness sakes Martin answer Lynn C. Friend's questions. Every thing she writes makes sense to me. You ignore her. Why? If you had a good response to these questions it would put an end to there being two gospels. Or it would prove you correct about there being two gospels.
    “I have other sheep that are not of this sheep pen. I must bring them also. They too will listen to my voice, and there shall be one flock and one shepherd” (John 10:16).
    So from this scripture does this prove he only came for the Jews? The other sheep…were they the gentiles?
    Peter was hesitant to bring the gospel to a Gentile household, but God made it plain that Cornelius was also one of the elect (Acts 10).

    Is God the God of Jews only? Is he not the God of Gentiles too?
    (Romans 3:29). says Yes…the gentile too.

    Jesus was the Jewish Messiah, but He had come to offer salvation to everybody. The Messiah was to be a “light for the Gentiles” (Isaiah 42:6).
    Isaiah 42:6 6"I, the LORD, have called you in righteousness; I will take hold of your hand. I will keep you and will make you to be a covenant for the people and a light for the Gentiles,

    Reading these scriptures I would say there is only 1 Gospel.

  6. Martin, could you do a video as if you were a evangelist for Peter, sell peters gospel to the audience, (hypothetically of course), and hopefully from that perspective you can clear up all these questions regarding the differences. I am convinced enough on Paul's evangel, (praise God), it's Peters I am lacking insight on, and an examination of his message might be of help for the purpose of differentiation.

  7. "Therefore NO ONE will be justified in His sight by works of the Law. For the Law merely brings awareness of sin." – Romans 3:20
    If NO ONE is justified by the law, why would Peter preach the gospel based on the law to the Jews? Or was it some kind of a mixture of law and grace? If so, how does this mixture work? How many percent of grace or how many percent of the law saves you? This doesn't make sense. If I were a Jew, i'd lost my mind by now…

  8. ok, I wrote this to you yesterday with no response… Maybe you'd like to answer the questions I asked here…

    Clearly God is blinding you to the truth of all this… It does not appear as if you understand what happened here at all in Gal 2:9 And when James, Cephas, and John, who seemed to be pillars, perceived the grace that was given unto me, they gave to me and Barnabas the right hands of fellowship; that we should go unto the heathen, and they unto the circumcision.

    An agreement was made between James, Peter, and John that they would go to the Circumcision/those under the Covenant Law with the gospel of Christ, and Paul would go to the Uncircumcision/those NOT under the Covenant Law with the gospel of Christ…

    This is where I see you failing to understand the difference between the Circumcision and the Uncircumcision…

    When this is not understood, the whole purpose of the cross cannot be understood…

    What do you believe is the name of Peter's gospel? What do you believe is the foundation of Peter's gospel? What do you truly believe is/was the purpose of the cross?

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