Jesus Christ is a religious figure that Christians worship. He was a Jewish man who walked the earth over 2,000 years ago. The story of his birth and death as well as his spiritual messages have been available in the Bible for everyone to learn about. The Second Coming of Jesus Christ is one of the events mentioned in the Bible. It describes the new birth of Jesus where he will walk the earth once again. Many people have confusion about what this means and exploring it can shed some light on an often confusing topic.
The Second Coming of Jesus Christ is a widely known promise that Jesus made before his death. In Matthew 24:30, he states “At that time the sign of the Son of Man will appear in the sky, and all the nations of the earth will mourn. They will see the Son of Man coming on the clouds of the sky, with power and great glory.” Many people reading this promise are still waiting for Jesus to eventually return. However present day Christians wonder whether the fated day will ever arrive. Will it be in their lifetimes?
When Will Jesus Return?
Understanding the entire translation of the Bible in relation to the Second Coming of Jesus Christ will shed some much needed light on a topic in which there is much speculation. The truth is that The Bible never says to wait endlessly for Jesus to return. The reality is that Jesus told his disciples that his return would take place prior to the first century finishing. This means that Jesus meant for his disciples to expect his return before they had passed away.
Many people are unsure about whether or not they will ever see Jesus in their lifetime. However the Bible actually does not say that The Rapture will occur in the 21st century. Instead it actually teaches a 1st Century rapture which is something that many people are unaware of.
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