And as he sat upon the mount of Olives, the disciples came unto him privately, saying, Tell us, when shall these things be; and what shall be the sign of thy coming, and of the end of the world?

Matthew 24:3

In the Gospel of Matthew, Jesus speaks about various signs that would indicate the end of the age.

These signs serve as a warning and a call to action for believers to be prepared for the coming of the Kingdom of God. While the exact timing of these events remains unknown, Jesus provides insight into the signs that would precede the end of the age.

I believe that we are now living in the time Jesus spoke of. The Rapture could happen at any moment. It says in the Bible that no man knows when that hour will be, no one knows but the Father.

But, Jesus gave us the things to be on the lookout for. As devout Christians we need to be living our lives as if the Rapture could happen at any moment.

It is clear that all the signs Jesus spoke of in the book of Matthew are happening right now. In this blog post, we will be exploring the signs that Jesus warned His disciples of, and reflect on their revelance in today’s world.

False Messiah’s & Deception

Jesus cautioned His disciples to be wary of false messiahs who would claim to be Him or bring salvation. He emphasized that many would come in His name, deceiving people with their false teachings and miracles.

Today, we witness the rise of various religious leaders and self-proclaimed messiahs, urging followers to stray from the true path. It is crucial to remain discerning and grounded in our faith, not swayed by deceptive teachings.

Wars & Rumors of Wars

Jesus predicted that there would be an increase in conflicts and wars as the end of the age draws near. The world has witnessed numerous wars and ongoing conflicts, causing suffering and instability.

With the advancements in technology, news of conflicts spreads rapidly, fueling anxiety and uncertainity. As followers of Christ, we should strive for peace and actively work towards resolving conflicts, promoting understanding and compassion.

Natural Disasters & Calamities

Jesus warned His disciples about the occurence of natural disasters, such as earthquakes, famines, and plagues. These events would intensify as the end approaches, leading to widespread devestation and loss.

Today, we witness the impact of the extreme weather and natural disasters. The volcanoes, the wildfires, the earthquakes. The earthquake that happened in Moracco three days ago was the worst on record in over 50 years.

Christian Persecution

Jesus foretold that His followers would face persecution and hatred for their beliefs.

In many parts of the world, Christians still face discrimination, violence, and even death due to their faith. It is essential to stand firm in our convictions, supporting and praying for those who suffer persecution.

This prediction serves as a powerful reminder of the trials that believers may encounter when standing firm in their faith.

By forewarning His disciples about the difficult path that lies ahead, Jesus aimed to prepare them mentally, emotionally, and spiritually for the struggles they would face.

His intention was to strengthen their resolve, encourage perseverance, and foster unwavering faith in the face of adversity.

The Spreading of the Gospel

Despite the challenges and tribulations, Jesus emphasized that the gospel would be preached to all nations before the end of the age.

Today, we witness the global spread of Christianity, with missionaries and believers working tirelessly to share the message of hope and salvation.

We must continue to support and participate in these efforts, ensuring that the good news reaches every corner of the world.


While it is impossible to predict the exact timing of the end of the age, Jesus’ warnings to His disciples provide valuable guidance for believers today.

As we observe the signs He mentioned, we should not be consumed by fear but rather inspired to deepen our faith, live according to God’s commandments, and actively work towards a more just and compassionate world.

By remaining steadfast in our beliefs and following Jesus’ teachings, we can navigate these uncertain times with hope and assurance.

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