Matthew 24:14. And this good news will be preached to all nations… By whom and when?

And this good news of the kingdom will be preached in all the inhabited earth for a witness to all the nations; and then the end will come. (Matthew 24:14, NWT, © 1961,1981,1984 WTBTS).

The fulfillment of this prophecy has never happened just for the reason that it was this preaching that Jesus called one of the signs of the “time of the end” (“the conclusion of the system of things”, NWT). You may ask: How so? By whom, how and when should it be fulfilled?

This is truly amazing, and especially for Jehovah’s Witnesses, who, it would seem, have embraced almost the entire world with their preaching. Calling their preaching a “miracle,” they are truly confident that they have fulfilled this prophecy. But the problem is that, unlike Jesus and His disciples, who preached the approach of God’s Kingdom, members of the Watchtower organization preach “The Kingdom already came in 1914”. I.e. Jesus “invisibly reigned on the heavenly throne”. This confidence is based on their misunderstanding of the term “seven times of the Gentiles“, which, according to their “calculations,” lasted 2520 years and ended in 1914. But there is no biblical basis for this, because the real “times of the Gentiles” are the “time of the end” predicted by Christ. This is a very short period that will only last 42 prophetic months. And which, accordingly, has never come before.

Thus, the preaching of Jehovah’s Witnesses is not the fulfillment of this prophecy. Their preaching is simply a fiction, a “false miracle,” an instrument of a “man of lawlessness” designed to deceive believers and potential participants in Christ’s congregation.

This site has already provided countless biblical proofs that the preaching foretold by Christ in Matthew 24:14 is a sign of the “time of the end.” And this preaching will be delivered by the “holy ones of the Most High.” In the 11th chapter of Revelation, they are symbolized as Read More

The Gentile Times are “The Time of The End!”

The all detected parallels (exact connections) between the quotes of Daniel 11:44-12:7 and Revelation 11:2-18 are:

1) The “time of the end” (Daniel) and “days of trampling of the Holy city by the Gentiles” (John) finish before the time of court of the dead, i.e. the resurrection (Daniel 12:2; Revelation 11:15-18).

2) The “time of the end” (Daniel) and “the times of trampling of Jerusalem by Gentiles” (John) finish before the supernatural retribution on the Gentiles for the trampling of God’s people (Daniel 11:44-12:1; Revelation 11:18).

3) In the “time of the end” (Daniel) and in the “time of the trampling of Jerusalem by the Gentiles” (John) pagan enemies are fighting in the same place – directly near the mountain of the most glorious sanctuary of the Jehovah’s Temple! (Daniel 11:44,45; Revelation 11:2)

4) Just as in the “time of the end” (Daniel), so in the “time of the trampling of Jerusalem by the Gentiles” (John), the pagan enemies of God’s people have one goal — “trampling” (Rev. 11: 2) or “destruction” (Dan. 11:44) of God’s servants.

5) Just as in the “time of the end” in Daniel, so in the “time of the trampling of Jerusalem” in John, the murder of God’s servants by a powerful pagan ruler is caused by fear and torment because of news coming from a Divine source (Revelation 11:7,10; Daniel 11:44)

6) Just as after the “time, times, and half-time” (Daniel) comes the “complete overthrow of the power of the Holy people” (Dan. 12:7), so after the “time of the trampling of Jerusalem by the Gentiles” (which has same duration) of John (Rev. 11:2,3; 12:6,14) events end in the same way — the death of the anointed servants of Jehovah and the victory of the Gentile powerful king (Rev 11:7-10,13). The king whose final death will only occur as a result of supernatural intervention from above (Daniel 11:45, Revelation 11:18).

As you can see, there is no any interpretation or analogy with reality in the above analysis. It is not needed. The only thing we have achieved is Read More

The True Goal of Christianity

The main goal of old Testament worship was the Anointed King, Jesus Christ.

The second goal was to bring up a people of saints who were to rule with Christ.

When Christ came, the main goal was achieved.

The second goal was not achieved. After that the ancient system of worship tragically ended.

After that, the era of the New Testament, Christianity, began.

Therefore, the true goal of Christianity is to bring up the chosen ones of Most High and to prepare believers so that they can know and accept them. Those saints are chosen ones of the Most High who will rule with Christ. All of them are the Kingdom of God. As soon as the last saints are anointed and enter the world stage, the tragic end of untrue сhristianity will come. Also the “time of the end” (The true Gentile Times) of this world will come.

In other words, just as in the days of the end of the ancient Jewish system, when the anointed King, Jesus, was to appear, so before the end of this world the saints of the Most High must appear. Those saints will deliver the last preaching about the Kingdom. It will be the true preaching predicted by Christ (Mattew 24:14).

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This part of the article was translated on October 28, 2020.