Mat 16.27-28 some want to say this is talking about the mount of transfiguration, however the context is in relation to judgment and reward when he comes with all his angels. There was no judgment or angels at the mount of transfiguration. We can see these verses are parallel to the end of the Bible in Rev 22.12-15.
Mat 10.23 Christ said his second coming would come before the disciples had a chance to go to all the cities of Israel.
2Th 2.7 Paul says in approximately 52AD that the Antichrist (the lawless one) was about to revealed after the ruler NOW (Now during Paul's life time not our life time 2,000 year later) Claudius, is taken out of the way. Nero was next. Therefore Nero would be the Antichrist.
1Jn 2.18 John tells us not only are we in the last days we KNOW WE are in the last hour of the last days. Written around 64AD
Mat 24.34 Christ says that all things including his second coming and the passing of Heaven and Earth will pass away in this generation.
Mat 5.18 Since we see that Heaven and Earth passed away and that the law faded/passed away Heb 8.13 . If the second coming is still to come and heaven and earth have not passed away then we should still be doing the law.
Rev 1.1 Tells us that the things prophesied are to come to pass or happen shortly, not 2,000 years later and still waiting.
Rev 11.2 Temple Still Standing, This is why a lot of people think that a temple has to be built again so Christ can return, but here we can see that the temple was still standing in their lifetime. It doesn't have to be built again. The temple that is to be destroyed is the one that was destroyed in 70 AD.
Dan 2.44 These Kings were the Roman emperors it's not in the distant future when Christ is going to setup His kingdom on earth, in fact when He did setup His kingdom. The Word says it will never be destroyed.
Isa 9.7 Confirms as a second witness as does Genesis 8 that God will never destroy the earth again like He did. Also keep in mind a couple things He never ever destroyed everyone and has no plans to burn the earth up and destroy everyone. Also if he did then there would be a limited number of people who could get into Heaven as there wouldn't be any more marriage or child birth in heaven. However Isa 9.7 says His government will eternally increase. Also Isa 65 talks about having Children in the New Heavens and New Earth, how could that be possible with a future total destruction.
Rev 13.18 Only Nero Fits This Description of Both 666 and 616. Not all Bible's say 666 some Latin Bible's have 616. A lot of things can be made into 666, but not 666 and 616 at the same time. For example Ronald Wilson Reagan a former U.S.A. president was thought to be the Antichrist beast by some because he had 6 letters in each of his names. Therefore many thought Christ would come during Reagan's time since his name totaled 666 however his name didn't also equal 616. Only Nero fits this description found in different Bibles. The chances of some other person name being able to fulfill this would be astronomical.
Mat 12.41-42 Christ tells us that men of Nineveh and the queen of the south are going to be resurrected in this generation to judge this generation not our generation or some generation in the future.
All Of Matthew 24 , Mat 24.34-35
Act 10.42 The quick (those who would be alive when Christ comes quickly).
Jesus said to the High Priest he would see the Son of Man coming in the clouds. Mat 26.64
Mar 8.38 Christ specifically says it will be this generation that is judged at the second coming.
Mar 9.1 Christ said there are some standing here that will be alive at the second coming.
All of Mark 13 Mar 13.29-30 When YOU will see these things. This generation.
Luk 9.26-27 Some standing here which will not taste death until the second coming and judgment comes.
Luk 17.37 The bodies would be gathered at the second coming 70AD the eagles were eating the bodies. Rev 19.17-18 Finishing it off Christ says this would happen speedily not some 2,000 years later. Luk 18.8
Luk 21.20-22 When Jerusalem was surrounded by the Roman army in 70AD this would be the Day of The Lord when vengeance would come on Jerusalem or the chosen people who rebelled against God.
Luk 23.28-30 Jesus again as his standard has been says these things are for that generation. Weep for yourself and your children. Not us in the year 2000. We weep no more. Isa 30.19
Joh 14.15-21 Jesus tells us that we will not see him, but that when we accept him into our life he comes and dwells with us.
Luk 17.20 The kingdom of God a.k.a. the second coming Christ mentioned (Mar 9.1) does not come with observation that you literally see Christ on earth reigning in a physical kingdom.
Joh 16.32-33 Even though we are not with Christ now and our scattered all over the earth we have our peace in Christ. The disciples did not leave Christ alone. Christ is with the Father in Heaven now and when they died and when we die we also get to go to heaven with the Father and the Holy One Of Israel.
Rom 9.28 Paul tells us God is going to make short work of the earth and the unrighteous not take 2,000 years into our time.
Rom 13.11 The Day Of The Lord or the second coming Paul says is near, not far off in the future, he says it is at hand. 1 Thes 5.2 1 The 5.9
Rom 16:20 Satan would be bruised/crushed in their generation shortly not our generation or some future generation, Rev 20.10
1Co 4.5 Paul tells Christ second coming will make the dark light. We are living in enlightened times now since his second coming happened in 70AD. Paul tells reminds us it's he is in the last days or the last of times in 1Co 4.9
1Co 7.29-31 Paul tells us that the earth is going to be passing away shortly not 2,000 years in the future.
1 Co 10.11 The end of the world came during their life time it's not some future event that is going to come in our life time.
1 Co 15.51-52 In line with all of the New Testament, their salvation was to come at the second coming and he straight up tells you some of them as mentioned in the previous verses stated (some) would be alive when that time comes (Some will not sleep). When Christ came in 70AD they received their salvation and they put on their immortality and they would never die even when they eventually died their first death just like we will when we die we will go instantly go to be with the Lord.
Heb 8.13 The Old Covenant was fading away, even though it started at his crucifixion and resurrection God allowed for a 40 year transition period for it to fade away and was finalized with the destruction of the temple to make sure the sacrifices and the old sacrificial system was ended not that sacrifices were ended. Now our lips offer praises of sacrifice and we our a living sacrifice. If you believe that he hasn't returned yet then you should be observing all of the Old Covenant laws still. Mat 5.17-18
Heb 10.37 Some people say Christ has delayed (tarry) his coming even though we see in the above verses he would be coming shortly some teach today that he would delay his coming. They say things a day is like a thousand years therefore it's just been a couple days, however Paul tells us he does not delay and he was coming shortly.
Heb 12.26-27 It's often thought that in the New Heavens and New Earth are a place where there will be no marriage or no sin. Hebrews tells us the earth will remain. The New Heavens and New Earth are the New Church as prophesied in a little while Hag 2.6-9 Or New Testament Church and the Old Covenant has passed away in 70AD.
Rev 22.10 John wrote Revelation around 64AD and again they were told and when we read it must understand that Revelation was not sealed everything written in the Bible was shortly to come, not 2,000 years later in our time.
Jam 5.7-8 In Contrast With Num 24.17
Mat 24.14 Once the gospel had went to all the world (not that all the world is all the people as all the world meant in the churches in their area) that is why it says this would serve as witness to the rest of the world/nations. The gospel indeed had already been preached to all the world. Luk 2.1 shows that all the world mean in their area it didn't include literally all the world. Rom 10.18 Rom 16.26
It is often thought that Christ is going to return in the future and some of us are going to live for a 1,000 years during Christ reign and not die, however Revelation says it the dead who are judged not the living. Rev 20.12
Acts 3.18-24 restitution of the old world or covenant was finalized in 70AD with the new covenant Heb 8.13
Luk 21.28-32 the second coming would coincide with their salvation and was near Rom 13.11
Isa 2.1-5 / Heb 12.22 Christ taught not to fight to turn the other cheek, no more war. Mat 5.38-39 - Learn War No More
1Pe 2.5 - New Temple (Spiritual Temple)
Isa 13.9-11 (Past Judgment Wording Of Babylon?) compared to wording in to Mat 24.29 it's apostolic language.
Isa 33.19 (Past Destruction Of Assyrians? Wording) Isaiah tells us that after the fire (it's their blood that melts) and destruction there are animals living in Edom therefore obviously the whole earth was not burned up.
Eze 34.23-24 -Referring To Messiah
Eze 37.6 = Mat 27.52
Eze 40.3 - The gate isn't around anymore. This was 70AD.
Eze 43.2 Day Of The Lord
Dan 12.4 Day Of The Lord
Jer 33.11 - Septuagint Very Different
Dan 12.7 Day Of The Lord
Joe 2.28 Day Of The Lord
Mic 4.1 Day Of The Lord
Mat 23.36 Day Of The Lord
Mat 23.39 Day Of The Lord
Joh 6.54 Day Of The Lord
Acts 2.16 Day Of The Lord
Heb 9.26 Day Of The Lord
2Pe 3.7 It's ungodly men who are destroyed not the earth.
Rev 21.23 Day Of The Lord
Isa 24.4-7 Day Of The Lord
God's kingdom (The Second Coming) come not with observation you can’t say see here is Christ or there is Christ, his kingdom can't be seen it's within you not a King that rules from a Castle or temple. Luk 17.20-21
Rev 22.6 -The things mentioned previous to this point in Revelation were to be done shortly not 2,000 years in the future or some great far distance in the future.
1Pe 1.20 They were in the last days not us.
1Pe 4.7 The end of all things was near not 2,000 years in the future.
1Pe 1.9-13 - the revealing of Jesus Christ was to come on them not us.
1Pe 4.17 Judgment Rev 20 came on the disciples generation we aren't waiting for future judgment, now when we die we are judged right away Rev 14.13
Judgment about to come, not way off in the future about to... Act 24.25
Phi 1.6 , Phi 1.9-11The work would be finish when Christ returns, the work finished for them not us.
Phi 3.20 They wait for Christ not us 2,000 years in the future.
Col 3.4 They would be revealed in glory when Christ came, not us 2,000 years later.
1Th 1.9-10 They were waiting for Jesus from Heaven delivering them from the wrath to come, the wrath to come isn't for us it was for them to be saved from.
1Th 2.19 - They would be present when Christ returned not us in the future.
1Th 4.15-17 There were some alive then that would be alive when Christ returned. If it was referring to the future it would say those who will be alive, however it says we which are alive and remain unto the coming of the Lord.
1Th 5.4-6 They were told not to let the day take the like a thief in the night not us 2,000 in years in the future.
1Th 5.23 They would have taken this verse to be representative to them in the first century, otherwise it would have said to those in the future when he comes.
2Th 1.6-7 Those in the first century were going to be getting rest when Christ returned not us 2,000 years in the future, God was going to punish those who troubled them not us.
2Th 2.1-2 Our gathering together, not ours in the future their gathering to Christ when he returns.
1Ti 6.13-14 they were told to keep the commandment until Christ returned, not for us thousands of years in the future.
Luk 21.24 Rev 11.2 Luk 21.27-28 Luk 21.32-33 There isn't a gap of thousands of years between verse 32 and 33.
Tit 2.12-13 They were looking for the appearing of Jesus Christ not in the future.
Heb 1.1-2 They were in the last days of this present world not us we are in the new earth.
Heb 10.25 They saw the day approaching not us.
1Pe 4.12-13 They would go through the fiery or burning not us and his glory (second coming) would be revealed to them not us.
1Pe 5.4 They (you) would receive the crown when he appears not us, not to say we don't get a crown when we die, Rev 14.13.
2Pe 3.11-13 They were looking and hasting(soon) for the coming day of God and the new heavens.
Rev 1.3 the time was near when John wrote this not 2,000 years far away in the future. Some might say well that is only for the first part of Revelation the end of Revelation is far in the future however
Heb 9.28 they were eagerly waiting for them it wasn’t some far thing off in the distance they wouldn't get to experience.
1Pe 1.4-5 Heaven is the destination not earth, they were in the last time.
1Co 1.4-8 You will be there at the end vs 8.
1Co 11.26 You is them not telling us in the future.
1Jn 2.28 Now for them not future, remain until He appears.
1Pe 2.11-12 They who saw the second coming also saw the good behavior of the first century Christians.
1Th 3.9-13 He was speaking to them letting them know Christ would be coming for them to the end.
2Pe 3.1-3 Who was the letter written to? It was to them in the last days not us.
Jud 1.18 They were to remember not us in the future.
Rev 22.6 says shortly.
Rev 2.16 Rev 2.26 He comes quickly not prolonged or delayed into the future. We can see it's not a total destruction as they have power over the nations who are left behind.
Rev 3.10-11 Coming quickly not prolonged 2,000 years or more into the future.
Rev 22.12 Christ is coming quickly reward not prolonged into the future.
Rev 22.20 He is coming quickly.
Many think Rev 1:7 means the whole earth will see Christ return the second time, keep in mind All saw his first coming too Isa 40:5. It doesn't mean the whole earth.
Mat 13.39 The harvest was going to be at the end of the age of the old covenant.
1 Thes 4.15 It was Thessalonian who was waiting for the coming of the Lord.
Joh 21.22 Christ says about the disciple whom he loved, what is it to you other disciples if he remains alive until I return a second time?
Joh 5.25 the hour is coming, not the years, or days, indicating that it's soon.
2Pe 3:8 But, beloved, be not ignorant of this one thing, that one day is with YHWH as a thousand years (at hand but in the future), and a thousand years as one day (not at hand can me today) basically when God says it's not near he doesn't know how to tell time and it can mean right now.
Eze 7.2 God said destruction is at hand, yet Israel said the a thousand years are like a day(yesterday) some surely said Psa 90.4 , so they continued to build houses and say it's not near, but God clearly stated the destruction was near Eze 11.2-3, but destruction came within a generation in 586BC to Jerusalem. Can God not tell time? Eze 12.23 If God says it's near then it's near not prolonged or thousands of years in the future.