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  1. Ask yourself, what makes more sense?
    That none of the Revelation prophecies would be fulfilled for 1,900+ years, and then all of them would be fulfilled during the final few years?
    Or, that the Revelation prophecies would be fulfilled during the time from when they were written, until Messiah returns?

    Here is a third and much better option:


    When Jesus uttered the words, “This generation shall not pass, till all these things be fulfilled” (Mt. 24:34; Mk. 13:30; Lu. 21:32), he meant his own generation. Jesus said he would return (4th Gospel14:3) before his generation died (Matt 16:27-28; Mr 8:38-9:1; Lu 9:26-27) and He prayed that God would make it a reality (4th Gospel 17:24). This may sound shocking to some, but it’s true. The Second Coming of Christ has already happened. Jesus returned (just as he said he would) around the time that the city of Jerusalem and the Jewish Temple were destroyed by the Romans in AD 70.

    Without a doubt, in the first century AD the smell of imminency was in the air. The Scriptures prove it. Jesus said he was going to come back soon, before his contemporaries had all died off. He did not say that he would return anytime over a period of two thousand years or more, nor only after the year A.D. 1948. He said soon! The authors of the New Testament wrote and preached the same thing. Any eschatological approach that claims otherwise, not only brings the consistency of Scripture into question, but ultimately calls Jesus and the New Testament writer’s liars.

    The Scriptures are clear about the first century “soon” return of Christ. Read what they have to say:

    1. When John the Baptist began to preach, he warned everyone to repent because the kingdom of heaven was near (Mt. 3:2). When the people and their leaders came out to see John, he emphatically told them that the Day of Judgment was “about to come” (Mt. 3:7-12; Lu. 3:7-9, 16-17).

    2. After John the Baptist had been imprisoned, Jesus continued to preach repentance. The reason was the same – the time had come and the kingdom was near (Mk. 1:14-15).

    3. When Jesus sent out the Twelve to “the lost sheep of the house of Israel,” they were instructed to preach that the kingdom was near. He warned them that they would be persecuted because of him. However, Jesus assured them that they would not run out of cities to flee to before he returned. Jesus warned them that they shall be hated of all men for my name’s sake: but he that endureth to the end shall be saved. (Mt. 10:5-7, 22-23).

    Jesus also taught that “whosoever speaks a word against the Son of man, it shall be forgiven him: but whosoever speaks against the Holy Spirit, it shall not be forgiven him, neither in this world, neither in the world to about to come (Mt 12:32).

    4. When Jesus dined with the Pharisees, he told them that it would be their generation that would be held accountable for all the righteous blood that had been shed on the earth (Lu. 11:37, 50-51).

    5. Near the end of his ministry, Jesus told his disciples that if anyone from their adulterous and sinful generation was to deny him, He was “about to come” and upon his coming in the Father’s glory with the angels; reward each one of them for what they had done by also denying them. Then, he flatly stated that some of the disciples to whom he was speaking would not die before they saw him coming in his kingdom (Mt. 16:27-28; Mk. 8:38-9:1; Lu 9:26-27). For the Son of man is about to come in the glory of his Father with his angels; and then he shall reward every man according to his works. (Mt.16:27)

    6. When Jesus pronounced his seven woes upon the Pharisees and the teachers of the Law, he again stated that their generation would be the one responsible for all the righteous blood that had been shed on the earth (Mt. 23:35-36).

    7. In his Olivet Discourse, Jesus explained to his disciples that they were about to hear of war and rumors of war (Mt. 24:6) and that their generation would not pass away before it had witnessed the Apostasy, the preaching of the Gospel throughout the world, the end of the age, the desolation of their temple, the overthrow of their nation, the coming of the Son of Man, and the Day of Judgment. He told them that they needed to watch and pray so that they could escape all the things which were about to transpire (Mt. 24-25; Mk. 13; Lu. 21:5-36).
    {Watch ye therefore, and pray always, that ye may be accounted worthy to escape all these things that are about to come to pass, and to stand before the Son of man.}

    8. At his trial, Jesus told the High Priest that he would see the day when the Son of Man would be sitting at the right hand of the Father and coming on the clouds of heaven (Mt. 26:64; Mk. 14:62).

    9. Following his crucifixion and resurrection, Jesus spoke to the apostle Peter about his own death. When Peter asked how the apostle “whom Jesus loved” would die, Jesus implied that the disciple whom He loved might not die until he returned – “If I will that he remain alive till I come, what is that to thee?”. Afterward, the author of the 4th gospel wrote that some of the disciples believed Jesus had said that he would never die, but the author of the 4th gospel countered by indicating that Jesus had only said that the disciple whom He loved might live until He comes (4th Gospel 21:18-23).

    10. On the day of Pentecost, Peter told the people that the fulfillment of the prophet Joel’s words had come. The outpouring of the Holy Spirit was an undeniable sign that they were in the last days and that the manifestation of the Day of the Lord was not far away. Peter begged the people to save themselves from their corrupt generation. Some understood the urgency of Peter’s words and in response were baptized (Ac. 2:1, 16-20, 40-41).

    In his sermon on Mars hill Paul warned the men of Athens of the judgment that was about to come; “Because he hath appointed the day, in which he is about to judge the world in righteousness by that man whom he hath ordained; whereof he hath given assurance unto all men, in that he hath raised him from the dead.” (Ac 17:31) And later Paul warned Felix about the judgment that was about to happen: “Now as he spoke about righteousness, self-control, and the judgment about to happen, Felix became afraid and replied, “Leave for now, but when I find time, I’ll call for you.”” (Ac 24:25)

    11. Years later when he wrote to the Thessalonians, the apostle Paul indicated that some believers would still be alive to witness the Parousia of Jesus (1 Th. 4:15ff).

    12. Paul told the Corinthians that there was not much time left and that the world in its present form was currently passing away (1 Cor. 7:29, 31). He informed them that the fulfillment of the ages had arrived (1 Cor. 10:11). Later, he said that not all of them would die before the resurrection had occurred (1 Cor. 15:51ff).

    13. When Paul wrote to the Romans, he advised them that the hour had come for them to realize that their salvation was much sooner than originally expected (Rom. 13:11). Then, he told them that it would not be long before God crushed Satan under their feet (Rom. 16:20).

    14. James instructed the people to be patient until the coming of the Lord. Next, he stated that Jesus and the Judgment were coming soon (Jas. 5:7-9).

    15. Paul informed the Philippians that the Lord’s coming was near (Php. 4:5).

    16. The author of Hebrews wrote that “in these last days he (God) has spoken to us by his Son…” He also wrote that the Old Covenant was in the process of passing away and that it would shortly be abolished (Heb. 8:13). The regulations of the Mosaic Marriage Covenant were only to be applicable until the new order had arrived (Heb. 9:10, see also Gal 3:19). The author further informed the Hebrews that when Jesus entered into heaven it had occurred at the end of the ages (Heb. 9:26). The Hebrews were encouraged to meet with each other more often as they saw the Day of the Lord getting nearer. They were then told that the time was very short and that the coming of the Lord would occur without delay (Heb. 10:25, 37).

    17. The apostle Peter told the people that it was the last times and their salvation was ready to be revealed (1 Pet. 1:5). He also informed them that the Lord had been manifested in those same last times for their sake (1 Pet. 1:20). In addition, he said that the Lord was ready to judge the living and the dead and that the end of all things was near (1 Pet. 4:5, 7).

    18. Paul suggested that Timothy might still be alive at the Second Coming when he charged him to remain faithful until that time came (1 Tim. 6:12-14). It also seems that Paul may have thought that he might still be alive when Jesus came as he wrote, ““And the Lord shall deliver me from every evil work, and will preserve me unto his heavenly kingdom: to whom be glory for ever and ever. Amen.” (2Ti 4:18 AV)”

    19. Jude warned the people that godless men had slipped in among them. Then, he reminded them that they were in the last times and their situation was just as the Apostles had foretold would happen (Jude 4, 18).

    20. The apostle John told the people that the darkness was passing and the true light was already shinning (1 Jn. 2:8). Afterward, he stated that the world and its desires were currently passing away (1 Jn. 2:17). He told them that many antichrists had come. He then said that their presence was a clear indication that it was the last hour (1 Jn. 2:18).

    21. In the book of Revelation, the apostle John wrote that the events which were being disclosed were going to happen soon. He then stated that those who heard, read and took the prophecy to heart would be blessed because the time was near (Rev. 1:1, 3).

    22. When Jesus addressed the church in Ephesus, he warned them that if they did not repent, he would come to them very soon and remove their church from its place (Rev. 2:5).

    23. Jesus told the church in Pergamum that they also need to repent. If they did not, he said that he would quickly come back and bring judgment upon them (Rev. 2:16).

    24. To the church in Thyatira, Jesus advised them to hold on to what they had until he returned (Rev. 2:25).

    25. Jesus exhorted the church in Sardis to wake up or he would come like a thief and they would not know when he was going to come to them (Rev. 3:3).

    26. The church in Philadelphia was commended for their endurance. As a consequence, Jesus told them that he would keep them from the hour of trial that was about to occur. He then declared that he was going to come back soon (Rev. 3:10-11).

    27. In his message to the church in Laodicia, Jesus stated that he was about to judge them for their lukewarmness and that they should be zealous and repent (Rev. 3:16, 19).

    28. At the end of the book of Revelation, John was told that the things which had just been revealed would soon take place (Rev. 22:6). Following that, Jesus announced that he was coming soon and that those who kept the words of the prophecy would be blessed (Rev. 22:7).

    29. Afterward, John was instructed not to seal up the book because the time was near (Rev. 22:10).

    30. Jesus again proclaimed that he was coming soon. He then added that his reward was with him and he would give to everybody according to what they had done (Rev.22:12).

    31. Jesus closed by once more declaring that he would come back soon (Rev. 22:20).

    Without a doubt, in the first century AD the smell of imminency was in the air. The Scriptures prove it. Jesus said he was going to come back soon, before his contemporaries had all died off. He did not say that he would return anytime over a period of two thousand years or more, nor only after the year A.D. 1948. He said soon! The authors of the New Testament wrote and preached the same thing. Any eschatological approach that claims otherwise, not only brings the consistency of Scripture into question, but ultimately calls Jesus and the New Testament writer’s liars.

    Doesn’t it make more sense that Revelation describes what Messiah’s saints would face during all of the years until Messiah did return in 70 AD?

    • No Lloyd, it doesn’t make more sense, because if you read the studies on this website, about the seals, trumpets and bowls; about the little book of Revelation 10, the two witnesses of Revelation 11; etc., you see that those things have been fulfilled during the last 1,900 years, since the book of Revelation was written.

      You can see that we’re in the 6th bowl, waiting on Messiah’s promised return after the One World Government of the 7th bowl, and after the judgment of the harlot church of Rome.

      Preterism is a deception from the Jesuits, to deflect blame away from the Popes of Rome; as the Protestant Reformers rightly identified that the office of the papacy, the Popes of Rome, fulfill prophecy as the Son of Perdition of 2 Thessalonians 2, and the antichrist beast, who leads the harlot church of Rome.

      Here’s a Revelation Fulfillment Summary, which proves that Preterism is false.

      • David, I read your Revelation Time Line nonsense and there is nothing Biblical about it. According to 2Cor 12:1-5 and comparative Scriptures, John had received the Vision of Revelation much earlier than 96 AD. That date is a complete fabrication as is all of your so-called “historical fulfillments” of the Revelation to Jesus.

        While you and others often insist that preterism is false and that it was first introduced by a Jesuit monk, that is simply not true, at least not in my case. I came to the understanding of first century fulfillment by studying the Bible, especially the Old Testament and I had not heard of your Jesuit notion until long after I came to the understand of first century fulfillment from simply studying the Bible. Mark, in his gospel, wrote, (Jesus said)”Verily I asy unto you, that this (present first century) generation shall not pass away until all these things shall be done. But of that day and hour (of that first century generation) knoweth no man, no not the angels which are in heaven, NEITHER THE SON, but only the Father.” Thus as stated, “The Revelation which God gave TO Jesus Christ to show unto Him and His first century servants things which must shortly (not hundreds or thousands of years later) come to pass…” the Revelation was given TO Jesus Christ to inform Him and His servants the timing of the judgment upon Jerusalem and the apostate Jews of the first century which is very clearly presented in the Revelation.

        • Lloyd, it’s hilarious that you say that there’s nothing Biblical about my explanations, as I gives verse by verse explanations, and show how history fulfills prophecy. I list the witness of the many great theologians of the 16th-19th centuries, who taught the historical fulfillment.

          Preterism ignores the antichrist Popes, who claim to lead Messiah’s Church, but mislead 1.1 billion Catholics with a false salvation message. Your explanation ignores the over 50 million saints who were killed by the Popes and the Catholics who they command.

          Preterism ignores the obvious fulfillment of the 5th and 6th trumpets, which were fulfilled by the rise of Islam and the Turks, to attack the Eastern Roman Empire.

          Preterism ignores the bowl judgments, which are against Catholics and the Pope, including the bloody French Revolution and Napoleonic Wars.

          You are the one who is believing in nonsense!

    • Lloyd,

      That is a really impressive list of scripture, I commend you for sharing it and spending the time to type it all up. I’ve not heard your perspective before, but i’m curious if you would see the coming of the Holy Spirit as the fulfillment of what you believe had to happen before that generation passed away. You say:

      “Jesus also taught that “whosoever speaks a word against the Son of man, it shall be forgiven him: but whosoever speaks against the Holy Spirit, it shall not be forgiven him, neither in this world, neither in the world to about to come (Mt 12:32).”

      Wouldn’t the ascension of Christ, the promise of the Holy Spirit to come, and then the beginning of the new age of the church at pentecost fulfill what you believe must be true based on the scriptures? Couldn’t Messiah’s return be fulfilled via the Holy Spirit indwelling the temple of the true believer?

      My 2nd question is, if the Lord already returned in 70AD, then what is next? Does he return a 3rd time? How would this align with Revelation?

      Thank you for considering my questions.

  2. David,
    Seriously, there is a stirring in the sea and as my husband an I have been in a constant state of studying, we happened upon your material and now are not rowing gently through the waters. Briefly, we are old, spent years in serious ministry, but always felt uneasy and not able to rub elbows, so to speak. Our friends, children,etc. believe we are nuts and in a deep state of dementia, and of course, reprimanding us for changing our doctrine. The point being, how do we sharpen this iron with iron? It is very frustrating as we would like to share these points of view, be refreshed, encouraged. We do not do Facebook, Twitter, or whatever else is out there.
    We would like to send a small donation, but do not feel comfortable using a credit card. Would you consider offering a postbox or an address?

    • Hello Gail 🙂 Yeah, most people have been so programmed with the enemy’s deceptions, that they’re not open to hearing another explanation, even if you back it up with Scripture and historical proof. Trust me, I can relate.

      Praise our Heavenly Father that He is showing you and your husband truth now!

      All you can do is share little bits of truth, and the people who are Spirit-led, who are seeking answers, will discuss things with you.

      You’re welcome to print the studies if that helps share the information with people.

      I’m working on a prophecy fulfillment book series, and hope to have the first book ready in May.

      Contact me anytime with questions or insight about the studies.

      Keep learning and growing in The Way!

  3. I have been studying all of your material extensively and your website was a great Inspiration for my latest video. It’s a documentary about the Jesuits-Catholic Beast empire! I wanted to share it with you because as I said, your articles here inspired me to produce this, which took me weeks! God bless you and hope that you’ll see this! It won’t let me post it without spamming me. Please go to my YouTube channel provided in the filling out of this form “Lyn Leahz” and look for the latest video titled, “The Greatest Deception of All Time Finally Exposed!”
    Lyn Leahz

  4. Hi,
    Yep we all are wrong about stuff and so you are.
    I didn’t read your whole article because, well, a lot is wrong. ESPECIALLY what you say about the Shabbat . It IS Friday sundown to Saturday sundown and YHVH Never changed it , the satanic catholic religion did.
    I don’t know if you said the Torah, Law was nailed to the cross, but if you did, you are WAY wrong.

    • Elaine, that article about the Scriptural calendar proves that a day starts at dawn. There are zero verses which say that a new day starts when the sun goes down, and it’s an illogical premise anyway. There are videos which go through many verses, which prove it out.

      The only verse that points to an observance starting at sundown is the Feast of Atonement, but the text clearly says that we are to start our observance on the evening of the 9th day and stop on the evening of the 10th day. If a day started in the evening, then the text would have simply said to observe the Feast all of the 10th day, which you believe spans from evening to evening.

      Because you refuse to read the article, you don’t see the truth. How sad is that?

      The Genesis 1 narrative clearly shows that the creation event took place during the daytime, then came evening and night; which is one full day. It gives you the order: Day + Evening + Night = One Full Day!

      Scripture clearly tells us that evening had come after Messiah died on Passover, which according to you would be the next day of the High Sabbath of the Feast of Unleavened Bread, on which no work should be done. But yet we see the Joseph took the body down, carried linen and spices, prepared Messiah’s body, and buried in the tomb.

      That proves that a day starts at dawn, as Joseph worked all night preparing Messiah’s body, on Passover the preparation day, and that he was done before sunrise, when the High Sabbath began.

      I’m advocating following the Sabbath and the Holy Feast Days. Does it seem like I think that the law was nailed to the cross?

      I pray that you will read the whole article, to see what Scripture is teaching.


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