Run to the Hills

This Series:

3 Questions (Matthew 24:1-3)

I am Christ (Matthew 24:4-5)

Rumors of Wars (Matthew 24:6-7a)

Famines, Pestilence, and Earthquakes (Matthew 24:7b)

Just the Beginning (Matthew 24:8)

Wax Cold (Matthew 24:9-13)

The End (Matthew 24:13-14)

Abomination of Desolation (Part 1 Matthew 24:15)

Abomination of Desolation (Part 2 Matthew 24:15)

Abomination of Desolation (Part 3 Matthew 24:15)

Then let them which be in Judaea flee into the mountains: Let him which is on the housetop not come down to take any thing out of his house: Neither let him which is in the field return back to take his clothes. And woe unto them that are with child, and to them that give suck in those days! But pray ye that your flight be not in the winter, neither on the sabbath day: (Matthew 24:16-20)

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When this signal is given, let it be taken notice of and observed; let them that are in the city of Jerusalem, depart out of it; or who are in any other parts of Judea, in any of the towns, or cities thereof; let them not betake themselves to Jerusalem, imagining they may be safe there, in so strong and fortified a place, but let them flee elsewhere; see Luk_21:21 and accordingly it is observed, that many did flee about this time; and it is remarked by several interpreters, and which Josephus (a) takes notice of with surprise, that Cestius Gallus having advanced with his army to Jerusalem, and besieged it, on a sudden, without any cause, raised the siege, and withdrew his army, when the city might have been easily taken; by which means a signal was made; and an opportunity given to the Christians, to make their escape: which they accordingly did, and went over Jordan, as Eusebius says (b), to a place called Pella; so that when Titus came a few mouths after, there was not a Christian in the city, but they had fled as they are here bidden to..(John Gill)

Albert Barnes, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church Philadelphia, 1837

Long journeys were prohibited by the law on the Sabbath, Exo_16:29. The law of Moses did not mention the distance to which persons might go on the Sabbath, but most of the Jews maintained that it should not be more than 2000 cubits. Some supposed that it was 7 furlongs, or nearly a mile. This distance was allowed in order that they might go to their places of worship. Most of them held that it was not lawful to go further, under any circumstances of war or affliction. Jesus teaches his disciples to pray that their flight might not be on the Sabbath, because, if they should not go farther than a Sabbath-day’s journey, they would not be beyond the reach of danger, and if they did, they would be exposed to the charge of violating the law. It should be added that it was almost impracticable to travel in Judea on that day, as the gates of the cities were usually closed, Neh_13:19-22. (Albert Barnes)

That is all I got. lol. Here is some Iron Maiden lol!!!

Btw, this post is not Jack Hyles approved! LOL!!!!

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http://www.eschatology.org/

 

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