Jude 14-15: A Preterist Commentary


The Army in the Clouds of A.D. 66 fulfills Jude 14-15

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A Preterist Commentary on Jude 14-15: Summary and Highlights

In Jude 14-15, Jude describes the second coming with the following quote: “See, the Lord is coming with thousands upon thousands of his holy ones.”  The Jewish historian Josephus and the secular historian Tacitus report an army seen in the clouds at the start of the Jewish War in A.D. 66.  For a detailed explanation of how this army in the clouds fulfills Biblical descriptions of the second coming see the following preterist commentary on Jude 14-15.

The following may seem unbelievable.  However, all information is taken from unbiased historical records and is easily verifiable.  Sources listed at the end.

The Army in the Clouds of A.D. 66 fulfills Jude 14-15

14Enoch, the seventh from Adam, prophesied about these men: “See, the Lord is coming with thousands upon thousands of his holy ones 15to judge everyone, and to convict all the ungodly of all the ungodly acts they have done in the ungodly way, and of all the harsh words ungodly sinners have spoken against him.

The A.D. 70 Doctrine View, Interpretation, Exposition and Commentary of Jude 14-15: The Second Coming is described in Revelation 19:11-14.  Here Jesus leads an Army of Angels in the Sky.  This Angelic Army is “the Lord . . . coming with Thousands . . . of His Holy Ones.” 

The second coming is described in Revelation 19:11-14.  Here Jesus leads an army of angels in the sky.  Is this angelic army is “the Lord . . . coming with Thousands . . . of His Holy Ones”?  The Jewish historian Josephus and the secular historian Tacitus report that an army was seen in the clouds at the start of the Jewish War in A.D. 66.  Was this the fulfillment of Jude 14:15? For a detailed explanation of how this army in the clouds fulfills Biblical descriptions of the second coming see Jesus, the Son of Man, was LITERALLY Seen in the Clouds in A.D. 66.

During the Jewish War and the death of the lawless one, Jesus seems to have made other miraculous appearances.  These various appearances of Christ during and shortly after the Jewish War are a climatic exemplification and fulfillment of seemingly all the various ways in which God appeared to people in the Old and New Testaments. They also seem to literally fulfill every detail of every prophecy concerning the parousia or second coming. See Historical Evidence that Jesus was LITERALLY SEEN in the Clouds in the First Century.

 

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Are you a PRETERIST struggling with a prophecy or verse?  If you liked this essay, see BIBLE COMMENTARY for a detailed explanation of the FULFILLMENT OF ALL MAJOR END TIME PROPHECIES IN THE BIBLE.  The more unbelievable the prophecy, the more amazing and miraculous the fulfillment!

Also see Historical Evidence that Jesus was LITERALLY SEEN in the Clouds in the First Century. For an explanation of how the end of the age and its fulfillment during the Jewish War mirror Genesis 1-3; how the Bible teaches that the resurrection of the dead is a resurrection of heavenly bodies to heaven, not a resurrection of perfected earthly bodies; and how the resurrection is a mirror opposite of the fall see How the Jewish War and Resurrection to Heaven Mirror Genesis and the Fall; and How Preterism fixes the Age of the Earth Problem and unravels the Mysteries in Genesis.

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A Preterist Commentary on Jude 14-15: Conclusion

            In the above covenant eschatology commentary on Jude 14-15, the army in the clouds recorded in The Histories and The Wars of the Jews is shown to fulfill every detail of every verse in the Bible concerning the second coming. 

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