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When Will Christ Return?

Stuart Briscoe

Do you truly believe that Jesus is the Way, the Truth, and the Life? The world will tell you otherwise – that there are alternatives to Jesus, to salvation, and to heaven. That faith in Jesus is unpopular and an old-fashioned idea.

But don’t be deceived! The Bible says emphatically that EVERY knee will bow when Jesus returns. Every knee. Skeptics. Kings. Presidents. Every single person will see the majesty of Jesus and acknowledge Him Lord of all. That’s the truth, and it’s an incredible picture!

The obvious next question is “When will He return?” Only God the Father knows. But be assured that He IS returning. And if you have a relationship with Him it will be a glorious day.

In this rich series, Stuart Briscoe unpacks Scripture that details Jesus’ return and sheds light on how the promise of His return should affect the way you live.

Messages From This Series:

After speaking out against the sad spiritual condition of Israel, Jesus predicted that the Temple, the center of the nation’s religious life, would be destroyed. The disciples assumed that meant the end of the world and immediately wanted to know “When?”

Scripture: Matthew 24:1-24:28

In response to the disciples’ questions about the destruction of the Temple, Jesus promised that the Gospel would be preached to all nations, and He predicted they would face major challenges and difficulties. Then He went into further details.

Scripture: Matthew 24:15-24:35

When Jesus laid aside His glory at the first Advent, He relinquished omniscience. So He could not tell the disciples when He would return. He didn’t know! But He knew He would return. He knew the “would” but not the “when.” We are in an identical situation.

Scripture: Matthew 24:29-24:44

Having outlined the uncertain certainty of His return, Jesus ended His discourse with a series of stories illustrating the surprising and far-reaching ramifications of His teaching.

Scripture: Matthew 24:36-25:46

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