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Matthew 24:13

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But he that shall endure unto the end, the same shall be saved.


- King James Bible "Authorized Version", Cambridge Edition

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Other Translations of Matthew 24:13

But he that shall endure vnto the end, the same shall be saued.
- King James Version (1611) - View 1611 Bible Scan

"But the one who endures to the end, he will be saved.
- New American Standard Version (1995)

But he that endureth to the end, the same shall be saved.
- American Standard Version (1901)

But he who goes through to the end will get salvation.
- Basic English Bible

but he that has endured to the end, *he* shall be saved.
- Darby Bible

But he that shall endure to the end, the same shall be saved.
- Webster's Bible

but those who stand firm to the End shall be saved.
- Weymouth Bible

But he who endures to the end, the same will be saved.
- World English Bible

but he that schal dwelle stable in to the ende, schal be saaf.
- Wycliffe Bible

but he who did endure to the end, he shall be saved;
- Youngs Literal Bible

 

Wesley's Notes for Matthew 24:13

24:13 #Matt 10:22|; Mark 13:13; Luke 21:17.

 

People's Bible Notes for Matthew 24:13

Mt 24:13 He that shall endure unto the end, etc. The Christian Jews who endured to the end were saved by flight to Pella, beyond the Jordan, at the signal pointed out by the Lord. The principle is generally applicable.

 

Comments for Matthew 24:13

John Barbaro's comment on 2014-03-06 18:24:42:

Greater is he that is in me that is in the world The psalm says your word is a lamp unto my feet Even thought King David sinned greatly he never denied the truth or went to other gods Greater is he that s is in me then is in the world

 

Pawan Upadhyay's comment on 2013-11-18 04:14:38:

Those,who will tolerate
the end ,they will save because that time every people will be full of sins,those who will tolerate that time and if they have faith on god and good deed,their sin will wash away .their soul will be in heaven.

 

Acts10truth's comment on 2013-08-18 02:31:52:

salvation is not attained in the beginning at conversion.believing,repentance & water baptism is the start of that conversion. then the baptism of the Holy Ghost allows a renewing (transformation) of the mind to occur.IF we can keep ourselves until the end (ours or "the" end ...then we have attained salvation. salvation is worked through, as we grow up 'into' him, not sprung on us like an infant receiving a college degree

 

Michael's comment on 2013-08-12 13:58:20:

To paraphrase:

He that retains his love for and loyalty to the truth that is God, despite being surrounded by the negative influences of this world, shall in the end be delivered from the darkness.

This is what the p***age means to me. It has helped give me the strength I needed to continue when what I wanted was to put a bullet in my brain. I love the Lord Jesus and I CAN WAIT to be with him.

 

Arpi Jakab's comment on 2013-06-20 11:27:55:

If you truly have a personal relationship with Jesus, you fear God, you trust in his promises; can you live a life of disobedience? Not possible. You follow because you are saved, you don't loose your salvation 'cause you don't follow. You can't follow, if you are not saved.

 

Victor Martinez's comment on 2013-05-30 18:54:39:

It appears that Michael Massi's comment is right on. Rightly dividing the word of God is extremely important when studying the Holy Bible. This is the church age of grace. I can understand why some feel people are not in Christ and don't deserve Heaven if they mix with the worldly things after accepting Christ. Those individuals do not lose their salvation, but rather lose their rewards at the Judgment Seat of Christ. They will be saved from fire only. Once you are "born again" into God's family, you cannot be unborn, the same as to why you can't be unborn from your earthly parents. It is a permanent thing. I encourage you all to study the King James Bible and study with those who read from it. There are no contradictions in it, which is why there is less confusion. Study the dispensation of the Lord's Words (2 Tim 2:15) because He told us that it would be inspirational and preserved forever (Psalms 12:6-7) God bless all of you and live in His words that were left here for us.

 

Glenn Ford's comment on 2013-04-12 05:55:18:

Jesus wants us to continue in our faith once we recieve the Holy Spirit regardless of the circumstances that surrounds us. "I will never forsake you."

 

Wayne Denning's comment on 2012-07-21 15:45:00:

This is a wake up call! I am very disappointed that "Christians" have tucked their salvation experience in their pocket and gone off to become one of the guys in the world. When Christ promised eternal life he used verbs that were assuming the believer would stay on the path (you know, the straight and narrow one.)

If you buy a car and throw away the manual, not following the manufacturer's stipulations, you void your warraanty. How much more true is it in the case of our redeemer? I am speaking of the persons who really had a true conversion experience, were sorry for their sins and really meant it when they said they would follow Christ. However, following the conversion, we are still allowed access to the steering wheel. It's called free moral agency. Unfortunately, many with the real thing look left and right and like what they see in this world. We are instructed to be in the world and not of the world. That's not hard to understand. Is it?

Right now, so many believers have dropped their guard and this includes ministers and are in real danger of missing the reward they were once sure of and of course hell is the "default." Narrow is the way - and few there be that find it. Even so, come quickly Lord Jesus.

 

Karin's comment on 2011-07-31 19:13:06:

I think it means that in the face of adversity, we don't deny our faith in favour of an easy ride, prior to this it says some will 'wax cold', this is about going the full 9 yards. You align yourself to Christ and nothing should waver you from that, you need to endure to the end. God give us the strength to face our fears Amen.

 

Pastor Daniel Peak's comment on 2010-12-04 22:14:33:

This scripture is simple if you are willing to believe what God says instead of saying well He said that but he meant this. Matthew 24:13 simply means that if we are saved, and hold true to GOd, obstaining from sin, or if we sin, repenting, until our death, then we will recieve the salvation that God has promised. But if you are saved, then turn back to sin, and do not remain true, you will die in your sins and go to hell. simple. God Bless!!

 

Michael Massi's comment on 2010-10-22 09:30:01:

According to my understanding, there are approx 7 dispensations in the history of man and during the 7 years of tribulation, the world will be in a different dispensation. Right now we are in the dispensation of grace; "Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and thou shalt be saved". I believe that if we are sincere, we are saved and cannot lose our salvation. But during the 7 years of tribulation, some people will be saying, "Wow! those Christians were right, I'm going to believe". But now God says, "But he that endures to the end....." Now it's not only a question of your belief, it's a question of your longevity that will prove you are really sincere and that you're not just giving the Lord lip service in order to save your eternal life. Now you will have to prove that you will believe even unto death, in order to be saved. I haven't heard any explanation so far that convinces me that I am wrong. I prayed on this and the Lord gave me this interpretation and so far, it's the only one that fits into all of Matt 24. Thankyou and God Bless. Michael Massi

 


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