by Marvin D. Patterson

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The Olivet Discourse (1 of 2)
Series: Signs of the Times
Marvin Patterson
Matthew 24:1-31

My mind goes back to about 27 years ago when my wife Wanda came to me just a smiling and she said, you are going to be a daddy! I said a what a da da da da da da, what did you say? That is a big responsibility, but I must admit that I was looking forward to it! Thank God for our daughter! Wanda was beaming from ear to ear, and I was beaming from ear to ear, and the first question that I asked was, when is the baby coming? November 17, 1983! Well, we did not know the exact date, but one man in our church actually picked the correct date! But we were so excited, and we have been every since! I still remember going to the doctor one month with Wanda and he said, I believe you are going to have twins! I said what? He said Twins. She was grown so much this past month that we better do an ultra sound! We were ready for what ever God gave us!

Four expectant fathers were in a Minnesota hospital waiting room while
their wives were in labour.

The nurse comes in and tells the first man, "Congratulations, You're the
father of twins."

"What a coincidence!" the man exclaims. "I work for the Minnesota Twins
baseball team!"

The nurse returns a short while later and tells the second man, "You are
the father of triplets."

"Wow, what a coincidence!" he replies. "I work for the 3M Corporation."

When the nurse comes again, she tells the third man that his wife has given
birth to quadruplets.

"Another coincidence!" he tells her. "I work for the Four Seasons Hotel!"

At this point, the fourth guy faints. When he comes to, the others ask him
what was wrong.

He moans, "I work for Seven-Eleven!

Just as I wanted to know when the baby was due, these disciples wanted to know when Jesus would come back and rule the world!

We have been looking at the last week on our Lord in His earthly ministry before He dies on the Cross, and resurrects from the d ...

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