14 Nov

 The Book of Revelation…

A question: “Here are two versions of Matthew 24:6-8.
I’m not sure where the second one is from,
but don’t “sorrows” and “birth pangs”
mean completely different things?
What is the meaning of this
and what was he talking about when he said birth pangs?”

“And you will hear of wars and rumors of wars.
See that you are not troubled;
for all these things must come to pass,
but the end is not yet. |
For nation will rise against nation,
and kingdom against kingdom.
And there will be famines, pestilences,
and earthquakes in various places.
All these things are the beginning of sorrows.”
Matthew 24:6-8

“And you will be hearing of wars an rumors of wars;
see that you are not frightened,
for those things must take place,
but that is not yet the end. |
For nation will rise against nation,
and kingdom against kingdom,
and in various places there will be famines,
and pestilence’s and earthquakes. |
But all these things are merely the beginning of birth pangs.”
Matthew 24:3-8

Reply: “Birth pangs begin slowly and, as time passes, become more intense and more frequent.  I think Jesus meant that when the “time of troubles” begins, events will get worse and happen more often.”

 Book of Revelation – part 1 of 11

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The Word of God (Y’shua)  – sharper than any two-edged sword!
Do not be afraid; I am the first and the last, the Living One;
I was dead, but behold, I am alive forevermore,
and I have the keys of death and of Hades….”
Rev. 1:17,18

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