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What is the abomination of desolation?



      

Mark 13:14

ESV - 14 But when you see the abomination of desolation standing where he ought not to be ( let the reader understand), then let those who are in Judea flee to the mountains.

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Mini James Kraft

The abomination of desolation is when the anti Christ sets himself up in the temple and declares himself to be God during the 7 year tribulation period.

That is when the 144,000 Jews will be saved. Revelation 7.

The anti Christ is going to make a covenant with Israel for on week. The seventieth week of Daniel. 7 years.

But after the first three and a half years, he will break the treaty and come against Israel. They will flee to the mountains to a place God has prepared for them to be saved.

They will be deceived at first believing the ant Christ is their messiah. They rejected their true messiah as their savior, but will accept the anti Christ.

But then will repent, change their minds and know that Jesus was their messiah.

Jesus told them while on earth, you will not see me again until you confess with your mouth I am the Lord. Romans 8:9-10.

As a nation Israel rejected Jesus as their messiah. Two thirds of them will be killed in the tribulation, but 144,000, 12,000 from each tribe will be saved. Gods word. Revelation 7.

There will also be so great a number of gentiles that no man can number from all of the countries around the world.

But most will be beheaded for their faith and because they would not take the mark of the beast. Revelation 14:9-14 Any one who takes the mark of the beast is sentenced to hell forever.

We will be taken out before the 7 year tribulation. First Corinthians 15:51-53. And First Thessalonians 4:13-18.

We go to meet the Lord in the clouds. At the end of the tribulation Jesus comes back to the earth, and we come with Him.

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