The Appearance of Jesus at His Return

The appearing of Jesus

Jesus in the Book of Revelation sent a message to the seven churches in Asia. He passed the message through John the beloved who was in the isle of Patmos after facing severe persecution (Revelation 1:9). 

Jesus in his message gave various information. One of which is the people that will see him when he returns. This he said in Revelation 1:7, “Behold, he cometh with clouds; and every eye shall see him…” 

Jesus clearly states that everyone will see him at his coming. It is very important to note this because many who fail to give heed will be deceived by false appearing of many false Christs (antichrists). 

Jesus had previously given this warning in Matthew 24:5 that many will come in his name, that they are Christ and shall deceive many. Don't give heed to such people. 

The Lord gave a clear description of how his coming will be. He described it “as a lightning” (Matthew 24:27). Have you ever seen when a lightning strikes and it's not visible to the eyes of all? So the coming of Christ will be seen by all men (Matthew 24:29). 

It is important to note this because the deception has already started.  You can see edited images and videos all over the internet about heavenly figures like angels flying in the air or Mary weeping in the clouds. 

That is the agenda so that when a video is edited and published about the coming of Christ, many will ignorantly believe and search for his location. 

When false Christs appears, deception will increase and some evil media platforms will pass false information of where they are. Jesus has warned, when they say, "go over there and see Christ",  don't believe (Matthew 24:23). That could be an antichrist. 

Any spot or location you are on Earth, you will see Jesus Christ when he returns whether sleeping or awake. 

Jesus has warned us to take heed that no one deceive us (Matthew 24:4). Deception is one of the greatest weapon of Satan. God does not want us to be deceived, that's why he has given us his word to guide us. So therefore  brethren study always to show thyself approved unto God (2 Timothy 2:15). 
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