Hi , and Matt 24:22 , and the context of Matt 24 , is about the Time of Jacob's trouble and the 7 year , Great Tribulation .
Verse 13 , " he that endures the Tribulation with out accepting the 666 , will be saved !!
This Gospel of the Kingdom are verses 3-14 explains that gospel for the ending of the Great Tribulation !!
This tribulation will be in Israel , Matt 24:15 !
The last 3 1/2 years is what is revealed in the Book of the Revelation !!
Verse 22 , " And except those days should be shortened , there should no flesh be saved ;
but for the elect's sake those days shall be shortened ".
To me , the NEAR VIEW happened in Acts 2:15-21 which was prophecied in Joel 2:28-32 .
But Christ saved a Jew , named SAUL , that began a new Age , called the Dispensation of the Mystery , Eph 3:1-9 and Col 1:25 !!
Then in Rom 11:25 , " the Fulness of the Gentiles be come in " , will begin the Tribulation .
This is the FAR VIEW as the Nation killed their MESSIAH !!
Then , as Matt 24:22 , but for the elect's sake those days shall be shortened is in the FUTURE tense , Passive voice and Indicative Mood .
The Future tense points to the Ending of the Great Tribulation .
The Passive Voices means that God is is doing the action of Shorting the Tribulation or all would be killed !!
The Indicative Mood , means it is a FACT .
Hi , and your CONTEXT of EKKLESIA is wrong in Post #16 !!
In Post #18 , you still do not understand what EKKLESIA means !!
In post #20 Rom 4:5 , you are guessing how Moses was saved !!
It looks to me that you are guessing on many of the verses that you have used in your responses on all the OP that I have started .
Maybe you can do your Own OP , saying why you are NOT dispensational ??
Back to the OP. Paul preached the same message, in general, that Peter preached. Paul’s gospel, however, included elements Peter’s gospel would not necessarily have included. Peter was stationed at the Jerusalem Church and focused primarily on the Jews. Paul was asked to travel around the then known world and convert and minster primarily to the Gentiles.
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