Matthew 24:35

Heaven and earth shall pass away, but my words shall not pass away.

King James Version (KJV)

Other Translations for Matthew 24:35

Heauen and earth shall passe away, but my wordes shall not passe away.
- King James Version (1611) - View 1611 Bible Scan

"Heaven and earth will pass away, but My words will not pass away.
- New American Standard Version (1995)

Heaven and earth shall pass away, but my words shall not pass away.
- American Standard Version (1901)

Heaven and earth will come to an end, but my words will not come to an end.
- Basic English Bible

The heaven and the earth shall pass away, but my words shall in no wise pass away.
- Darby Bible

Heaven and earth shall pass away, but my words shall not pass away.
- Webster's Bible

Earth and sky will pass away, but it is certain that my words will not pass away.
- Weymouth Bible

Heaven and earth will pass away, but my words will not pass away.
- World English Bible

heuene and erthe schulen passe, but my wordis schulen not passe.
- Wycliffe Bible

The heaven and the earth shall pass away, but my words shall not pass away.
- Youngs Literal Bible

Bible Commentary for Matthew 24:35

Wesley's Notes for Matthew 24:35

24:34 This generation of men now living shall not pass till all these things be done - The expression implies, that great part of that generation would be passed away, but not the whole. Just so it was. For the city and temple were destroyed thirty - nine or forty years after.

24:36 But of that day - The day of judgment; Knoweth no man - Not while our Lord was on earth. Yet it might be afterward revealed to St. John consistently with this.

24:37 #Luke 17:26|.

Discussion for Matthew 24

  • Gary Smith on Matthew 24:35
    Why does this KJV call Noah "Noe" in verses 24:37 and 24:38. Can it be that 2 Timothy 3:16 is correct on correcting the scriptures of inspiration. My NKJV says his name is Noah, we all know the prophet Noah. What's up with Noe?
  • Arianna on Matthew 24:35
    God is good all the time and all the time god is good . Amen .
  • Jdd on Matthew 24:35
    does anybody believe this is the end times and give me a scripture to support it?
  • Kathy Yarbrough - in Reply on Matthew 24:35
    PREACHER'S POINTA Weekly Syndicated Religous Article by Timothy "Preacher" Johnson



    The World of Antichrist


    The last two weeks I've written about the signs of Christ's return going on around the world. Worldwide pestilence, earthquakes in divers place, wars and rumors wars, massive locust swarms in Africa, and the list continues.

    Through various forms of correspondence, I have received the following questions, "Is this the end of the world?" "Is Christ coming back soon?" "Are we in the Tribulation Period?" "Will we see Armageddon in a few months?"

    This column will try, on the one hand, to calm people down somewhat; and, on the other hand, give the warning people need to hear.

    Let us do the quick answers first.

    "Is this the end of the world?" Until the rapture happens, we are at least 1,007 years from the end of this earth.

    "Are we in the Tribulation Period?" - No. The Tribulation period begins when the Antichrist makes a seven-year covenant "with many" concerning Israel and the city of Jerusalem (Daniel 9:27). This event has yet to happen.

    The big battle everyone thinks about is Armageddon. Well, two Biblical battles must take place before Armageddon (Psalm 83, Ezekiel 38-39). Also, Armageddon comes at the end of the seven-year tribulation period that has not yet started (see above).

    As far as Christ return - Is it close? The Second Coming is the last event of the Tribulation Period, so, at this point, we have at least seven years before Christ sets foot on this earth again. However, the rapture (Christ appearing in the air and removing believers) could happen at any moment.

    At this point, let us fill in some details about the future as Biblical prophecy explains it to us.

    There will still be national borders at the time of the Antichrist. The Bible talks of other "kings" on earth with him. He will be running the show and calling the shots as the leaders of the world, will eventually be wrapped a
  • MasterWooten on Matthew 24:35
    Yep, I think that Matthew 24:35 is the forunner to 1 Peter 1:25 which states "the word of the Lord endures forever. " Every so often Christias need to be reminded of this fact especially in light of many who 'd tell than that to observe the Lord 's teaching is akin to being Amish or living in the past. 2 Timothy 3 verse 16 says about as much regarding the soundness and enduring qualities of the Lord 's word.
  • Charles on Matthew 24:35
    And there it is...consummate, indomitable, omnipotent....spoken by The Boss. People had better understand. The Almighty plays no games.
  • Catherine on Matthew 24:35
    This scripture is plainly saying, no infinite end to who God is and what he is all about, God of all Gods and Lord of all Lords.
  • MckingBird on Matthew 24:35
    The word of the Lord shall stand forever !!!!
  • The Lord is the ultimate God all in all to the whole creation, because He is the beginning and the end the first and the last, the Alpha and the Omega. the Author of all things thru out the Universe. In Jesus name, Amen!


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