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Gentile Times, Topical Bible, NSB

Gentile Times, Topical Bible, NSB

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GENTILE TIMES: Jesus Christ said, “The people of the nations will tread down Jerusalem until the time of the Nations is fulfilled (come to an end).” (Luke 21:24) The King James Version and the Revised Standard Version call this time period the “Gentile Times.” The expression“appointed times” comes from the Greek word ‘kairos.’This means a fixed or definite period. It is used in other Scriptures to refer to a season, such as the “harvestseason.” (Matthew 13:20; 21:34) (Mark 11:13)
GENTILE TIMES: Jesus Christ said, “The people of the nations will tread down Jerusalem until the time of the Nations is fulfilled (come to an end).” (Luke 21:24) The King James Version and the Revised Standard Version call this time period the “Gentile Times.” The expression“appointed times” comes from the Greek word ‘kairos.’This means a fixed or definite period. It is used in other Scriptures to refer to a season, such as the “harvestseason.” (Matthew 13:20; 21:34) (Mark 11:13)

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Published by: New Simplified Bible on Jul 16, 2013
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Gentile Times
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GENTILE TIMES:
Jesus Christ said, “The people of thenations will tread down Jerusalem until the time of theNations is fulfilled (come to an end).” (Luke 21:24) TheKing James Version and the Revised Standard Versioncall this time period the “Gentile Times.” The expression“appointed times” comes from the Greek word ‘kairos.’This means a fixed or definite period. It is used in otherScriptures to refer to a season, such as the “harvestseason.” (Matthew 13:20; 21:34) (Mark 11:13)In Luke’s reference it is speaking about a future time.Jesus predicted that the “Gentile Times” was to come toan end shortly before he returned to set up GodsKingdom. (Daniel 2:44) (Daniel Chapter 4) (RevelationChapter 19)(Luke 21:24 NSB)»They will be killed by the edge of thesword. Some will be led captive into all the nations. Thepeople of the nations will tread down Jerusalem until the
time of the Nations
is fulfilled.(Daniel 2:44 NSB)»In the days of those kings the Godof heaven will set up a kingdom that will never bedestroyed. Its sovereignty will not be entrusted toanother people. It will break in pieces and consume allthese kingdoms and it will stand forever!

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