5. In what instruction to His disciples did Christ recognize the existence of the Sabbath long after His ascension?


"But pray you that your flight be not in the winter, neither on the Sabbath day." Matt. 24: 20.
NOTE - The destruction of Jerusalem under Titus occurred in the spring and summer Of AD. 70.
The flight of the Christians took place three and one-half years earlier, or late in October, AD. 66,
following the arrival and sudden withdrawal of Cestius and his army. See first reading in Vol. III.

What did the Lord command Abraham to do?
To what place was Christ taken?
What peaceful, happy conditions will prevail in the next world as compared with those of this life?
To whom was Belshazzar's kingdom given?
What trying experience did Christ then foretell?
What encouragement is given to heed this message?
In what words will their triumph over death and the grave be expressed?

Questions & Answers are from the book Bible Readings for the Home Circle