Originally Posted by surrender
When Jesus tells us “no flesh” would be saved in Matthew 24:22, he’s clearly speaking of saved in a physical sense, not a theological sense (i.e. have eternal life).
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 .