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The Coming Convergence was produced by the award winning documentary writer and director Brent Miller Jr. In addition to traditional documentary style elements; presentation of groundbreaking information and interviews from well-known theological experts, The Coming Convergence also pulls you deeper into the reality of an approaching apocalypse as you follow the story of a young girl that is living through the end of days. Her words of warning are a wakeup call to the horrors mankind will soon face. The conclusions of The Coming Convergence explain both how the scenarios described within Revelation are converging before our very eyes and why everything that must come to pass is of man's choosing. The Coming Convergence was written and directed by Brent Miller Jr, and features interviews with Ray Bentley, Tom Hughes, Jack Hibbs, Douglas Hamp and Kade Hawkins.
Note: Regarding the fig tree and this generation, William MacDonald, author of the Believer’s Bible Commentary writes:
Matthew 24:34 After referring to the fig tree, Jesus added, “Assuredly, I say to you, this generation will by no means pass away till all these things take place.” This generation could not mean the people living when Christ was on earth; they have all passed away, yet the events of chapter 24 have not taken place. What then did our Lord mean by “this generation”? There are two plausible explanations.
F. W. Grant and others believe the thought is: “the very generation that sees the beginning of these things will see the end.” The same people who see the rise of Israel as a nation (or who see the beginning of the Tribulation), will see the Lord Jesus coming in the clouds of heaven to reign.
The other explanation is that “generation” should be understood as race. This is a legitimate translation of the Greek word; it means men of the same stock, breed, or family (Mat 12:45; Mat 23:35-36). So Jesus was predicting that the Jewish race would survive to see all these things accomplished. Their continued survival, despite atrocious persecution, is a miracle of history.
But I think there is an added thought. In Jesus' day, this generation was a race that steadfastly refused to acknowledge Him as Messiah. I think He was predicting that national Israel would continue in its Christ-rejecting condition till His Second Coming. Then all rebellion will be crushed, and only those who willingly submit to His rule will be spared to enter the Millennium.
Also, Genesis 6:3 is not stating that a generation would be 120 years. The LORD warned that His Spirit would not strive with man forever, but that there would be a delay of one hundred and twenty years before the judgment of the flood would occur. God is longsuffering, not willing that any should perish, but there is a limit. Peter tells us that it was Christ who was preaching through Noah to the antediluvians by the Holy Spirit (1Pe 3:18-20; 2Pe 2:5). They rejected the message and are now imprisoned.
Video Source: https://youtu.be/kQ9qsVcHnx4
DVD Purchase: http://thecomingconvergence.com/
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