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The return of Jesus

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Published by Review and Herald Publishing Association in Takoma Park, Washington, D.C, South Bend, Ind .
Written in English


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Statementby Carlyle B. Haynes.
LC ClassificationsBT885 .H3 1926
The Physical Object
Pagination350 p.
Number of Pages350
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6692584M
LC Control Number26015627

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The Antichrist is aware that his authoritarian and violent rule over the earth will be interrupted by the return of Jesus (Revelation ). Satan, however, is forever the optimist when it comes to pursuing evil. The devil has never let his perfect record of defeats, or prophecies guaranteeing his future failures (Revelation - , 7 - 10), stand in his way. Jesus will return bodily to the very place from which he ascended—the Mount of Olives near Jerusalem (read Acts ; Zechariah ,4a). His return will touch off a tremendous earthquake (Zechariah b). This is the great earthquake often mentioned elsewhere in . If you recall, in Revelation “the revelation of Jesus Christ” is the subject of this book. And, as teaches us, “the testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy.” All that precedes is somewhat introductory; it is setting the stage for the coming of the Lord as portrayed in . The book of Enoch was given to the Saints as a bonus for their willingness to accept the Book of Mormon and as a reward for their sustained and lively interest in all scriptures, including the lost books; they were searchers, engaging in eager speculation and discretion, ever seeking like Adam and Abraham, for “greater [light and] knowledge.”.

  So, the return of Jesus will usher in two different eternities—one with God and one without Him. This truth is captured in two verses in the book of Malachi: “Surely the day is coming; it will burn like a furnace. All the arrogant and every evildoer will be stubble, and the day that is coming will set them on fire. First, I was reading the book of Daniel, and noticed that in Dan Daniel mentions a few different spans of time. In Daniel he mentions “time, times, and half a time” which is a prophetic way of saying 3 1/2 years. not a serious attempt to establish the date Jesus will return. Reply. Roger Gilligan says. April 6, at am. The Second Coming (sometimes called the Second Advent or the Parousia) is a Christian, Islamic, and Baha'i belief regarding the return of Jesus after his ascension to heaven about two thousand years ago. The idea is based on messianic prophecies and is part of most Christian eschatologies.. Views about the nature of Jesus's Second Coming vary among Christian .   T his book has just been released and is a book that has over 10 years of study, fact checking and heartache. While it is short, it in no way relfects the amount of time it took to write. While it is short, it in no way relfects the amount of time it took to write.

This book is still one of the most powerful and lucid expositions of the return of Christ I have ever read. It is pre-millenial and pre-tribulationist, but most of all thoroughly scriptural. Pache's logic is inexorable. His handling of scripture is straightforward, and in its simplicity is quite elegant.5/5(3). There is so much in the book of Revelation that should be seen by your own eyes. You won’t learn it listening to others. To those who have tried and failed to understand the Return of the Lord and what that means for you, The Trouble With The Tribulation, will supply you with verses from the bible that leave out the opinions you’ve heard, since you stepped inside a church. Jesus Christ was very clear: One day he will return - and no one knows when. Vocal fanatics claim to know the details of his coming, causing many people to all but ignore the gospel and the good news that Jesus is coming again. God's Word assures us of the Second Coming and commands us to know the signs of the times, to remain watchful, and to always be ready for Christ's return 5/5(4). The revelation of the second coming of Christ is one of the most important ard most frequently mentioned doctrines of the New Testament. One out of every twenty-five verses in the New Testament refers either to the rapture of the church or to Christ’s coming to reign over the world (cf. Jesse Forrest Silver, The Lord’s Return, p. 29).Though it is not always possible to .