Correspondence: MAT 25; REV 19; EZE 37; HEV 10:22; Jesus as Wisdom in PRO 8

Matthew 25; Revelation 19; Ezekiel 37; Hebrews 10:22; Proverbs 8
Ques. Please say something about the time of the judgments in Matt. 25, Rev. 19 and Ezek. 37. Is there any portion in Scripture which supports the common idea of a general judgment?
Ans. The judgment of the living nations in Matt. 25 is a seasonal judgment, that is, the Lord as King will sit on the throne of His glory, and the living nations (Gentiles) be gathered before Him.
It will take place after the Lord comes out from heaven with us in manifested glory. The judgment is final, therefore "everlasting" in its results.
The warrior judgment in Rev. 19 takes place before this. Ezek. 37 will not be fulfilled until Israel and Judah, the ten tribes and two tribes, shall be "one" in the land of Jehovah. Scripture nowhere speaks of a general judgment.
Ques. If wisdom in Prov. 8 means the Lord Jesus, what is the meaning of "I was set up," and "I was brought forth"? Does ver. 31 mean that Christ was looking forward to the future?
Ans. The whole passage is highly poetic and figurative. Now inasmuch as Christ is "the wisdom of God," in this wonderful scripture, Christians of all ages have discerned the description of Christ Himself. Such phrases as you allude to are not to describe His beginning, but rather to show as far as human language can, that He was ever with God, "set up from everlasting" being equivalent to this.
Ver. 31 describes the delight Jehovah ever had in man, and His dwelling with him, a subject alluded to throughout Scripture (Ex. 15; John 14, etc.), but not consummated till sin is banished forever in the new heavens and earth (Rev. 21:33And I heard a great voice out of heaven saying, Behold, the tabernacle of God is with men, and he will dwell with them, and they shall be his people, and God himself shall be with them, and be their God. (Revelation 21:3)).