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An exposition of the twenty-fourth of Matthew

in which it is shown to be an historical prophecy, extending to the end of time, and literally fulfilled

by Sylvester Bliss

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Published by Published by Joshua V. Himes in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Criticism, interpretation,
  • Bible

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby S. Bliss
    SeriesSecond Advent library -- no. 26
    The Physical Object
    Pagination69 p. ;
    Number of Pages69
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25098304M

    A Familiar Exposition of the Twenty-fourth Chapter of Matthew, and the Fifth 4/ 5 A NEW HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES 4 / 5 The Dickens Student And Collector A List Of Writings Relating To Charles Dickens And His Works / 54/5(2). and God saw that it was good; which he had now caused to spring forth, grass, herbs, and fruit trees, which were good for men and beast, and this he foresaw would be so; See Gill on Genesis And the evening and the morning were the third day. And the evening and the morning were the third day. The space of twenty four hours ran out, and.

    This chapter is an introduction to the prophecies contained in the two following chapters; and begins with an account of Daniel's mourning and fasting, preparatory to the vision he had, Daniel , and of the appearance of Christ to him, with the time and place of it; who is described by his clothing, and the several parts of his body, which were very glorious, he appearing in a human form. This commentary on the Gospel of Matthew is the twenty-fourth volume of the The Preacher's Commentary series. The author of the commentary recognizes the significance of Matthew's contribution to our knowledge of who Jesus was and what he said during his earthly ministry. This commentary, and the others in the series, is an invaluable resource for preachers to communicate the message of God's Format: Ebook.

    This chapter contains an account of the creation of the universe, and all things in it; asserts the creation of the heaven and earth in general, and describes the state and condition of the earth in its first production, Genesis and then proceeds to declare the work of each of the six days of creation, and to give an account of light, its separation from darkness and the names of both, the. HIPPOLYTUS ON ST. MATTHEW XXIV. In a paper which appeared in the last number of Hermathena (Vol. VI, pp. ) I gave some extracts from the unpublished Commentary of Dionysius Barsalibi on the Apocalypse, being controversial passages which that writer professes to have derived from a treatise of Hippolytus—-no doubt, his lost Heads against Caius.


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An exposition of the twenty-fourth of Matthew in which it is shown to be an historical prophecy extending to the end of time and literally fulfilled Author: Sylvester Bliss. This book is divided into two parts. One concerns the twenty-fourth chapter of the Gospel according to Matthew, and the other, the book of the Revelation.

Each of these parts is divided into three portions: first, The Analysis; second, the Literal Translation; and third, the Size: KB. a familiar exposition of the twenty-fourth chapter of matthew, and the fifth and sixth chapters of hosea. to which are added an address to the general conference on the advent, and a scene of the last day.

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Internet Archive BookReader An original harmony and exposition of the twenty-fourth chapter of Matthew: and the parallel passages in Mark and Luke, comprising a review of the common figurative theories of interpretation, with a particular examination of the principal passages relating to the second coming of Christ, the end of the world, the.

Get this from a library. A familiar exposition of the twenty-fourth chapter of Matthew, and the fifth and sixth chapters of Hosea: to which are added an address to the General Conference on the Advent: and a scene of the last day.

[William Miller; Joshua V Himes; Cotton Mather]. Series title listed on cover. This banner text can have : We have reproduced here the first edition of the book, Matthew Twenty-Four and the Revelation (New York: Oxford University Press, ), by Henry W.

Frost. According to Frost's own forward, the book "is divided into two parts. One concerns the twenty-fourth chapter of the Gospel according to Matthew, and the other, the book of the Revelation.

An original harmony and exposition of the twenty-fourth chapter of Matthew and the parallel passages in Mark and Luke: comprising a review of the common figurative theories of interpretation: with a particular examination of the principal passages relating to the Second Coming of Christ, the end of the world, the new creation, the Millennium, the Resurrection, the Judgment, the conversion.

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a familiar exposition of the twenty-fourth chapter of matthew, and th e fifth and sixth chapters of hosea.

to which are added an address to the general conference on the advent, and a scene of the last day. by william miller. to which is added an extract from dr.

cotton mather's latin preface, &c., on the second comin g of christ. edited by. THE LITTLE BOOK AND THE TWO WITNESSES: CHAPTER IV. BRIEF EXPOSITION OF THE TWENTY-FOURTH OF MATTHEW: Previous; Next; Interface Language. The Gospel of Matthew stands first among the Gospels and in the New Testament, because it was first written and may be rightly termed the Genesis of the New Testament.

Genesis, the first book of the Bible, contains in itself the entire Bible, and so it is with the first Gospel; it is. In Matthew it is recorded that on the same day Jesus went out of the house, and sat by the seaside, giving there His parables concerning the kingdom of the heavens.

In the twenty-fourth He also goes out and departs, to give soon after the great Olivet discourse. But none have we found serves better than the book, Matthew XXIV, by J. Marcellus Kik.

In his exposition of the twenty fourth division of Matthew, Kik begins with ve of which he says, "to those who will allow Scripture to interpret Scripture, there is a key that unlocks simply for. Matthew 24 is the twenty-fourth chapter of the Gospel of Matthew in the New Testament of the Christian commences the Olivet Discourse or "Little Apocalypse" spoken by Jesus Christ, which continues into chap and contains Jesus' prediction of the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem.

The book containing this chapter is anonymous, but early Christian tradition uniformly affirmed Book: Gospel of Matthew. They did this speedily; it was but on the first day of the sixth month that Haggai preached them this sermon, and by the twenty-fourth of the same month, little more than three weeks after, they were all busy working in the house of the Lord their God, v.

To show that they were ashamed of their delays hitherto, now that they were. Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible. Nehemiah A solemn fast and repentance of the people. Now in the twenty and fourth day of this month — that is, on the second day after the close of the feast of tabernacles, which commenced on the fourteenth and terminated on the twenty-second (Leviticus ).The day immediately after that feast, the twenty-third, had been.

Matthew 28 Matthew 21 is the twenty-first chapter in the Gospel of Matthew in the New Testament section of the Christian Bible. Jesus triumphally or majestically arrives in Jerusalem and starts his final ministry before the : Gospel of Matthew.The early portion of the First Book, down to the endof the twenty-fourth chapter, was probably written by Samuel; while the rest of it and thewhole of the Second, are commonly ascribed to Nathan and Gad, founding the opinion on 1Chronicles This commentary on the Gospel of Matthew is the twenty-fourth volume of the The Preacher's Commentary series.

The author of the commentary recognizes the significance of Matthew's contribution to our knowledge of who Jesus was and what he said during his earthly ministry.

This commentary, and the others in the series, is an invaluable resource for preachers to communicate the message of God's Brand: Thomas Nelson.