People in every generation since the ascension of Yeshua (Jesus) into Heaven, have thought that they were the ones living in the very end of days. Is it possible that our approach to the end-times, is in need of some adjustment?
According to Revelation 12:17 and 14:12, the end-time saints or holy ones will keep God’s commandments and hold to faith in Yeshua. Many in the Torah movement think that because they keep the seventh-day Sabbath/Shabbat, remember the appointed times of Leviticus 23, and eat a kosher-style of diet—that the Lord will give them special protection in the Last Days.
Mockers of the faith have existed for centuries. But the mocking of 2 Peter 3:3-4 is specific, as it involves whether or not things will just continue as normal.
John McKee discusses the difficulties that many Messianic people have with the theological concept known as “realized eschatology,” and how future prophetic realities have started to break into the present.
John McKee reviews some of the complexities regarding the “this generation” spoken of in Matthew 24:34; Mark 13:30; Luke 21:32. What alternative interpretations do today’s Messianic people need to be aware of, in these uncertain times?