"The day of the Lord" In the OT and NT

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edited November 5 in Bible Questions

10 But the day of the Lord will come like a thief, in which the heavens will disappear with a rushing noise, and the celestial bodies will be destroyed by* being burned up, and the earth and the deeds done on it will be disclosed. 11 Because* all these things are being destroyed" (2 Peter 3:10–13)

  1. This phrase, "The day of the Lord", is it a figure of speech?
  2. What does it mean in the OT?
  3. What does it mean in the NT?
  4. The phrase, "The day of the Lord", is it a day or an event?
  5. Is it single or multiple "day of the Lord"?
  6. "The day of the Lord" is it good news for believers or sinners (rebellious)?
  7. "The day of the Lord" is it past or future?
  8. "The day of the Lord" is it "a day", a time of "doom" or day of "gladness"?

How readeth thou? CM

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