The tenet of the Dispensationalist/Christian Zionist movement rooted in the Greek New Testament was that the year 1948 and the establishment of the modern State of Israel marked the beginning of the end of the world. Virtually all of the popular proponents of this delusional belief, such as the likes of Hal Lindsey, Edgar Whisenant, John Hagee, and Chuck Smith, to name only a few, were convinced that a rapture of the Christian church would take place within a 40-year generation starting in 1948. So that meant that their savior-god Jesus Christ would return on or before the year 1988. Turned out to be a false prophetic Christmas wish.
Much prior to this, The Watchtower Society of the Jehovah's Witnesses, based on their reading of the Greek New Testament, believed that World War I and 1914 was the start of a generation that would never die but live to witness the coming of God's kingdom on earth. I'm pretty sure most if not every last one of these people, those alive in 1914 or born that year, are all deceased by now. The cover of this Watchtower pamphlet from May 15, 1984 shows these wishful believers in their 70s, 80s, and pushing 90. They took this false prophecy belief with them to the grave without it ever being realized.
Even more recently, we have seen the delusional Black Hebrew Israelites of the I.S.U.P.K. fracture and break up into several different splinter groups after their prediction that Jesus Christ would return before the year 2000 ended up being yet another false prophecy. Their misguided leader, calling himself high priest Arayah, abandoned his own faith after his year 2000 prophecy failed to come true. He based it on the scripture in Hoshai (Hosea) 6:2. To him this verse meant that the year 1 AD was the turning point of history and that "two days" equaling 2,000 years would elapsed from that point and their savior-god Jesus Christ would return on or before the year 2000 AD. Another Christmas wish denied to Christians by Santa.
What do all of these false prophets have in common? The Greek New Testament. How could all of these people have made such a huge mistake? Why is it that every time a prediction based on the Greek New Testament is put forward it falls to the ground?
The honest answer is because the Greek New Testament is itself a lie.
The years 1988, 2000, and the generation of 1914 have all come and gone, proving that these end-time scenarios were taught by false prophets, but false prophets who derived inspiration for their views from a lying assortment of writings called the Greek New Testament.
Why do I say it is a lie? There are several different mentions in the Greek New Testament that speak about the so-called last days or the end-times. But none of them can be placed outside of the setting of the 1st century AD. Let's look at a few of these below.
1. "Now these things happened to them as an example, but they were written down for our instruction, ON WHOM THE END OF THE AGES HAS COME" (Paul, 1 Corinthians 10:11). Paul clearly believed the days he was living in was the end of the ages. There is no rational way around this statement.
2. "Long ago, at many times and in many ways, God spoke to our fathers by the prophets, but IN THESE LAST DAYS He has spoken to us by his Son. . . ." (the author of the Epistle to the Hebrews 1:1-2). The anonymous author of this epistle was evidently a female follower of Paul (hence why it is the only epistle in the entire Greek New Testament that is penned anonymously) and a close associate of Paul. Like Paul, the author believed she was living in the last days then. She was not looking forward thousands of years into the future for the last days to begin.
3. "He was foreknown before the foundation of the world but WAS MADE MANIFEST IN THE LAST TIMES for your sake" (1 Peter 1:20).
4. "The END OF ALL THINGS is AT HAND" (1 Peter 4:7). The epistles of 1 and 2 Peter are known forgeries written by a master of the Greek language under the pseudonym of the apostle Peter. Like Paul, this author believed his savior god-man Jesus Christ was revealed in the last days in the 1st century AD. According to him, the end of all things was at hand then, not centuries into the future, but then!
5. "Children, IT IS THE LAST HOUR" (1 John 2:18). The letters of 1-3 John, the fourth gospel of John, and also the Greek revision to the Semitic autograph of the Book of Revelation, were not written by the apostle of that name, but by someone known as John the Presbyter who lived in Ephesus. Like Paul, this John the Presbyter believed it was already the last hour in those days, not centuries into the future. How the hell are you in "the last hour" if some 1,900+ more years have to go by before that "last hour" is finally over?! This is a false statement plain and simple.
There are many more absurdities like these found in Acts 2:14-20; 1 Corinthians 7:29-31; 2 Timothy 3:1-5; Hebrews 9:26; James 5:1-6; 1 Peter 1:5-7; and Jude 17-23. All of the writers of the Greek New Testament spoke with ONE VOICE on this. The end of all things, according to them, was not thousands of years into the future. They, themselves, believed they were living in the last days then, and that the return of their idol savior god-man Jesus Christ was imminent.
You cannot move "the last days" that the Greek New Testament speaks of beyond the generations of the men who wrote the Greek New Testament. Not unless you wish to play games with their writings in order to fit your own theory. And that is exactly what modern-day false prophets have done.
There is only one logical conclusion. The Greek New Testament is one giant false prophecy, but people wishing and wanting so bad to believe otherwise have constructed prophecies of their own upon this collection of lies.
Then you have yet another attempt to salvage the Greek New Testament by people of the Preterist movement who believe the last days that the Greek New Testament speaks of marked the days of the Old Covenant Dispensation, which they argue came to an end in the year 70 AD with the fall of Yaroshalam (Jerusalem) and the destruction of the temple. According to this view, the idol god-man Jesus Christ returned in the year 70 AD and established a "spiritual" kingdom of God on earth called the Church. This is nothing more than the same mumbo-jumbo nonsense of the Greek New Testament repackaged by Santa's elves.
The truth is that any end-time doctrine built upon the lies of the flimsy Greek New Testament is doomed to fail. The idol god-man of the Greek New Testament is a mythical abomination, a detestable distortion of the truth. Anyone who puts their trust in this idol will be disappointed. History has proven this.
The true messiah upheld every single word of Thorah. He taught about the coming of the kingdom in coded language (i.e. parables) so only the right people would understand when the end of days are truly upon us. He said false teachers would come in his name and say that he was the Christ and deceive many. Every one of the groups named above have done just that, fulfilling his words precisely.
The truth was deposited with the abayonaym (ebionites) who the real messiah left in charge. He said the gates of sha'ol would not prevail against them and they haven't because the abayonaym have reappeared. They have been brought back from the grave the same time that YA'OH caused His name to return into the world by a Ravenous Bird in the far east where the sun rises. Only YA'OH and His remnant know how the end-times will play itself out because they keep His commandments and because the home of the truth is built upon the solid foundation of the one true name. His name is YA'OH Always has been. Always will be.