āl #3605, tiḵ·le·nāh #3615, Hebrew word study

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  1. DaveRC

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    "All these things shall be finished"

    This Hebrew expression has a very remarkable eschatological import, it is found in Daniel 12:7, which is speaking about the destruction of Jerusalem in A.D. 70.

    Compare this OT verse with Matthew 5:17-18, Matthew 23:36, Matthew 24:33-34, Luke 21:22,32,36. Heck, even compare this verse with Luke 11:50-51.

    This passage from Daniel 12, is taken from the Song of Moses, specifically Deuteronomy 32:36. See, the end of the age prophecy is strewn all over chapter 32 of Deuteronomy. It all corroborates perfectly to the Preterist view of eschatology. Remember the words of Jesus in Matthew 5:17-18!!!!!

    3605. kol
    Strong's Concordance
    kol: the whole, all
    Original Word: כֹּל
    Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
    Transliteration: kol
    Phonetic Spelling: (kole)
    Short Definition: all
    NAS Exhaustive Concordance
    Word Origin
    from kalal
    Definition
    the whole, all


    3615. kalah
    Strong's Concordance
    kalah: to be complete, at an end, finished, accomplished, or spent
    Original Word: כָּלָה
    Part of Speech: Verb
    Transliteration: kalah
    Phonetic Spelling: (kaw-law')
    Short Definition: finished
    NAS Exhaustive Concordance
    Word Origin
    a prim. root
    Definition
    to be complete, at an end, finished, accomplished, or spent
     

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