The Second Coming of Jesus-From Bible Studies Made Easy


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The Second Coming of Christ

John 14:1-3 ——————————- What did Jesus promise to do?

Acts 1:9-11 ——————————————— How will He come?

Luke 24:36-43, 50, 51 —————————– Was He a real person?

Will His coming be visible, audible, and personal?

Matthew 24:27 ——————— To what does He liken His coming?

Matthew 24:30 —————– What type of glory accompanies Him?

Luke 9:26 ————————————————- Whose glory is it?

Matthew 24:31 ———————————— What do the angels do?

1 Thessalonians 4:16, 17 ——————– What happens to the dead?

Revelation 6:14-17 —- What happens to the islands and mountains?

Revelation 16:17-21 —- What 100 pound objects desolate the earth?

Revelation 1:7 ————————- How many will see Him coming?

John 14:1-3 ———————————– Why is Jesus coming back?

Signs of the Second Coming

Matthew 24:3 ——————————– What did the disciples ask?

Matthew 24:4, 5 ———————- What did Jesus say would come?

Matthew 24:6 ———————————- What will we hear about?

Matthew 24:7 ———— What will be happening in different places?

Matthew 24:11 ——————— Who shall arise and deceive many?

Matthew 24:12 ———- What two signs are evident in society today?

Matthew 24:13 ————————— What assurance is given to us?

Matthew 24:14 —————————- What is to go to all the world?

Daniel 12:4 ————————————- What would be increased?

2 Timothy 3:1 ———— What kind of times did He say would come?

2 Timothy 3:2 ——————————– What eight signs are given?

2 Timothy 3:3 ——————————————– Another six signs.

2 Timothy 3:4, 5 ——————————————– Six more signs.

2 Peter 3:3, 4 ———– What kind of people did He say would come?

2 Peter 3:5, 6 ————— What two other things would they reject?

Matthew 24:21, 22 — What type of tribulation precedes His coming?

Revelation 6:12-14 ————– What four signs precede His coming?

Matthew 24:29-33 ——————- What is the next thing to happen?

Matthew 24:36 —————————— Do we know the exact time?

Matthew 24:42, 44 —————— What are we to do while waiting?

The Heavenly City

Hebrews 11:16 —————— What has God prepared for His people?

Revelation 21:2 —————————————– Where is this city?

John 14:2 ———- What has Jesus prepared for us in the city of God?

Revelation 21:9-14 ——————— How did John describe this city?

Revelation 21:16 ———————- How large is the New Jerusalem?

NOTE: The size of the city is said to be “twelve thousand furlongs.”

A furlong is 1/8 of a mile, thus making the city 1,500 miles in

circumference or 375 miles long on each side. This would make the

capital of the new earth cover an area as large as Virginia, West

Virginia, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Washington D.C., and the western

half of Ohio combined.

Revelation 21:17 ——————– How high are the walls of this city?

NOTE: The walls of the city are 144 cubits high. A cubit can range

anywhere from 18 to 21 inches. Taking the smaller figure of 18 inches

would make these walls at least 216 feet high or about 20 stories.

Revelation 21:18-20 —— What are the walls and foundation made of?

Revelation 21:21 — What does the Bible say the streets and gates are?

Revelation 21:22 ——————— Why will there be no temple there?

Revelation 21:23 ———— From where does the city receive its light?

Isaiah 30:26; 60:19, 20; Isaiah 24:23 —Will there be a sun or moon?

Revelation 21:25; 22:5 —- Will it ever be dark in the new Jerusalem?

Revelation 21:27 ———————- Who are the residents of this city?

Revelation 22:1 ——————– What flows from the throne of God?

Revelation 22:2; Genesis 3:24 ——– What item from Eden is there?

NOTE: This tree is said to bear 12 different types of fruit and to do so

once every month. This gives an even further insight to the

significance of Isaiah 66:22-23 that all of the redeemed will come

together to worship God “from one new moon to another.” Not only

will there be the weekly Sabbath gathering for worship, but apparently

there will be another special gathering once each month around the

tree of life.

Revelation 21:2 —————- Will this city always remain in heaven?

Revelation 20:9 — What happens when the city descends from heaven?

2 Peter 3:10; Malachi 4:1-3 ——— How consuming will this fire be?

2 Peter 3:11-13 — What will God make from the ashes of this planet?

Isaiah 35:1 —————————— What will the new earth be like?

Isaiah 33:24 ———— Will there be sickness in the earth made new?

Isaiah 35:5, 6 ————————— Will any suffer from disabilities?

Isaiah 11:6-9 ——— Will there be any disharmony in the new earth?

Isaiah 65:21, 22 — What shall we have in addition to our city mansion?

1 Corinthians 13:12 —————– Shall we know one another there?

Revelation 21:3-5 — What is God’s promise concerning the new earth?

NOTE: Those who truly love Jesus will one day soon be able to walk

with him on golden streets, but in order to walk with him there, we

must first walk with him here. The question he asks is: “can two walk

together, except they be agreed?” (Amos 3:3). Is your life in

agreement with the will of God? Remember, heaven is a prepared

place for a prepared people. Won’t you begin now to make preparation

to become a part of God’s eternal family? Heaven is a free gift and is

based solely upon our response to God’s love and his will for our lives.

If you are not standing fully on the side of Christ Jesus, don’t you

think it is time you changed sides?

The Rapture

John 14:1-3 —————————— What did Jesus promise to do?

Matthew 24:36 ————– What did He say concerning His coming?

Luke 12:37-40 ——————- What did He say we should be doing?

Revelation 3:3 — Why did Jesus say we should watch for His coming?

Revelation 16:15 ————— Whom did Jesus say would be blessed?

1 Thessalonians 5:1-6 — Will His coming be a surprise to everyone?

Note: When Jesus comes, the unexpectedness of His coming brings

“sudden destruction” upon those who are not ready.

2 Peter 3:10-12 — Does His coming as a thief mean it will be secret?

Matthew 24:3 —- What does the Bible say happens when He comes?

Matthew 24:30, 31 ——– What will His angels do when He returns?

Matthew 13:49, 50 — When are the righteous and wicked separated?

Revelation 6:14-17 —- What happens to the mountains and islands?

Isaiah 24:20 —————- What impact will this have on the earth?

Revelation 16:20 ———— How drastic of a change will this cause?

1 Thessalonians 4:16, 17 — What happens to God’s people at this time?

NOTE: All of God’s people, not just a few, will rise to meet Him when

He comes.

1 Corinthians 15:51-53 ———— How did Paul describe this event?

2 Thessalonians 2:8 — What happens to the wicked at Jesus’ return?

Revelation 1:7 —————– How many will witness Jesus’ coming?

NOTE: The Bible is very clear that the coming of Jesus will be a

literal, visible, audible, eminent event in which He shall be

accompanied by all of His holy angels. This glorious event, which will

be witnessed by everyone, shall be heralded by shouting and trumpets

blowing, and as the earth convulses every island and mountain shall

disappear, the righteous dead shall be raised, the wicked shall all be

destroyed, the righteous living shall be changed “in the twinkling of an

eye,” and all of the righteous shall rise “together” to meet the Lord in

the air. As can be seen the coming of Jesus will in no way be a

“secret,” sneaking in and out to snatch just a few Christians away.

DOESN’T THE BIBLE SAY SOME WILL BE TAKEN AND SOME LEFT?

Matthew 24:37-44 ——- What happened to the wicked at the flood?

NOTE: It was the wicked that were taken away at the flood, not the

righteous, and Jesus said this is what will happen when He returns.

Therefore, He says, watch and be ready for He will come when the

world is not expecting Him.

Luke 17:26-30 ——————— How does Luke describe this event?

NOTE: Just as there was no second chance at the time of the flood or

at Sodom and Gomorrah, there will be no second chance when Jesus

comes. These passages clearly reveal that to be taken means to be

destroyed and to be left means to be left alive. As with the flood all of

the wicked were taken away or destroyed, and only the righteous were

left alive. As with Sodom all of the wicked were destroyed and only Lot

and his family left.

Matthew 13:27-30, 36-42 —- When are the good and bad separated?

Revelation 22:11, 12 — Are you ready for this fateful pronouncement?

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