Before The Second Coming of Christ, This Will Take Over The Sky (Cinematic Version) (2023)


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The sign of the son of man will appear in heaven when Jesus comes back to Earth.

There are signs that we will be born to keep an eye out for in the Bible.

The Bible is a history book.

But it is unlike any other history book available in any public library.

The Bible's history starts with the Earth's creation and ends with the world's end Jesus told us to watch and pray.

What do we watch? We cannot stand still and watch the clouds, wait for him to appear.

That is not what he meant.

He meant keep an eye on what's going on in the world and see what signs I gave you to help you prepare signals are signs.

So let's, look at Matthew chapter 24, where the disciples asked him, what will be the signs or signals of your return? What would we do? If we don't know when it's going to happen to their inquiry Jesus gave a direct and unambiguous answer? We can thank God that he responded in such a straightforward manner.

Matthew 24, 3 to 5.

while Jesus was Seated on the Mount of Olives.

The disciples came to him, privately and said, tell us when will this destruction of the temple take place, and what will be the sign of your coming? And of the end completion, consummation of the age Jesus answered, be careful that no one misleads.

You deceiving you and leading you into error for many will come in my name, misusing it and appropriating the strength of the name, which belongs to me, saying, I am the Christ the Messiah, the anointed, and they will mislead many in the Book of Revelation.

He gives a much more detailed and comprehensive response.

But here he gives a rundown of the signs that will precede his arrival, the disciples approached Jesus secretly as he was Seated on the Mount of Olives.

This Converse takes place in Matthew 24 3-36.

Now in that passage, he gave four distinct signs of his coming first sign is disasters in the world and he notes, for example, Wars famines and earthquakes, the church not the world is the second sign of his coming that takes us to the third sign of the end times Jerusalem's distress.

Then Jesus says that the fourth sign of his coming will come instantly after that.

So we shall know when he is coming, and we shall be ready.

There will be no risk of false prophets or Messiahs.

When that sign comes, there will be no deception, and it will be too quick.

What will happen is that all natural light will be switched off.

The sun will go dark.

And the Stars will fall Matthew 24, 29-31, Amplified, Bible.

Immediately after the tribulation of those days, the sun will be darkened, and the moon will not provide its light, and the Stars will fall from the sky, and the powers of the heavens will be shaken.

And at that time, the sign of the son of man coming in his glory will appear in the sky.

And then all the tribes of the earth and especially Israel will mourn regretting their rebellion and rejection of the Messiah, and they will see the son of man coming on the Clouds, Of Heaven with power and great glory in brilliance and splendor, and he will send his angels with a loud trumpet, and they will gather together his elect God's chosen ones from the Four Winds from one end of the Heavens to the other.

There are many predictions of this through the Bible Isaiah predicts it.

The heavens will be rolled up like a carpet, Isaiah 34, 4 Amplified, Bible, all the hosts of heaven will be dissolved.

And the skies will be rolled up like a scroll all their hosts, the stars.

And the planets will also wither away as a leaf with us from the Vine.

And as a fig Withers from the fig tree, the natural light will be gone.

Leaving only artificial light Illuminating, the Earth, what is happening? What is going on people may ask this is it Christians will exclaim the sun stars and moons stop shining right before that happens.

God turns off the lights of Heaven to prepare for the blaze of light from the light that will mark his return.

Then he comes on the clouds back to planet Earth.

And we meet him.

We are not meeting in an Earthly Stadium.

Because there isn't one large enough to accommodate such a large crowd, we'll reach him in the air, and that will suffice isn't that a fantastic Prospect.

When you see all these things, you know, he is at the gates just about to walk through.

He says, the son of man will come after that time of tribulation here, distress connects with Matthew 24 to 21 to points to a specific period of Great Tribulation, the adverbial expression.

Immediately after emphasizes that the celestial signs and the coming of Jesus will occur after the time of great distress, just described in Mark 24, 15 to 28.

Heavenly disturbances.

The end of the age will come with great disturbances in the heavens with darkened Skies falling stars, the disruption of the forces of this age.

And finally, the coming of Jesus at his coming.

He will gather the elect from the ends of Heaven.

These events.

Most likely refer to his coming at the end of the time of tribulation, which would correspond with the time of Judgment of the Nations, several prophetic passages describe the cosmic disturbances that will proceed and surround the Glorious return of Jesus.

Joel 2, 10 Amplified, Bible.

The earthquakes, Heavens tremble, the Sun and the Moon grow dark and the Stars lose their brightness.

Revelation, 6, 12-14, Amplified, Bible I looked when he the lamb broke open, The, Sixth Seal.

And there was a great earthquake.

And the sun became black as sackcloth made of hair.

And the whole Moon became like blood.

And the stars of the sky fell to the Earth like a fig tree, shedding its late summer figs when shaken by a strong wind, the sky was split separated from the land and rolled up like a scroll and every mountain and Island were dislodged and moved out of their places.

The sign of the son of man will appear in heaven.

It is difficult to say exactly what this sign is.

It seems to precede his return as described in Revelation 19, 11.

Perhaps this sign is somehow related to the incredible Cosmic disturbances that will precede the great event, Revelation, 19, 11.

and I saw heaven opened and behold a white horse.

And he who is riding it is called faithful and true trustworthy loyal Incorruptible, steady and in righteousness, he judges and wages war on the rebellious Nations aside from the signs in the skies.

There are other signs of the return of the Lord to find out more on that topic click here here.


What is the message of the second coming? ›

The Second Coming (sometimes called the Second Advent or the Parousia) is a Christian, Islamic as well as Baha'i belief that Jesus will return after his ascension to heaven about two thousand years ago. The idea is based on messianic prophecies and is part of most Christian eschatologies.

What book gives us John's vision of the second coming of Christ and the completion of the kingdom of God? ›

The Book of Revelation was written sometime around 96 CE in Asia Minor. The author was probably a Christian from Ephesus known as "John the Elder." According to the Book, this John was on the island of Patmos, not far from the coast of Asia Minor, "because of the word of God and the testimony of Jesus" (Rev.

What is the second coming of the Lord in glory to judge the world? ›

The second coming is when Jesus returns to judge all mankind – the living and the dead. The living includes all who will be alive when he returns. The dead includes everyone else, all who have lived and died physically. Jesus said that everyone who has died will be raised from the dead and be judged (John 5:26-29).

What is the purpose of the second coming LDS? ›

The LDS Church teaches that Jesus Christ will return to the earth to prepare for ordinance and conversion work to be done for all people who have ever lived, as well as to prepare the Earth itself for the completion of its mission as a testing ground for human souls.

Where does Jesus say he will return? ›

John 14:1-3

In my Father's house are many rooms. If it were not so, would I have told you that I go to prepare a place for you? And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again and will take you to myself, that where I am you may be also.

What will happen on Judgement day? ›

On the last day of their mortal lives, everyone will be judged by their deeds which will decide if they belong to heaven or hell. According to the Bible, what will happen on Judgment Day was determined around 2,000 years back.

What is John's vision of heaven in Revelation? ›

While on Patmos, God gave John a vision of the final days of earth, and a peak at heaven. In the vision, John saw the Holy City, Jerusalem, coming down from heaven to the new earth, for the old earth had been destroyed.

What is John's vision in Revelation 4? ›

Revelation chapter 4 begins John's vision of the future. John sees a door open in heaven and is invited to “come up hither” and glimpse God's plan from a divine perspective. There he sees the throne of God, the earth in its celestial glory, and the many exalted beings singing praises to God and the Lamb.

What does the book of 2 John teach us? ›

Second John reminds us not only of the dangers of falling away from the truth but also of the importance of making obedience a priority in our lives—for ourselves and for those most important to us.

What is the final Judgement in the second coming? ›

Christianity considers the Second Coming of Jesus Christ to entail the final judgment by God of all people who have ever lived, resulting in the approval of some and the penalizing of others. The concept is found in all the canonical gospels, particularly in the Gospel of Matthew.

What is the final judgment in Revelation? ›

The scriptures teach that all of us will be judged according to our works: “And I saw the dead, small and great, stand before God; and the books were opened: and another book was opened, which is the book of life: and the dead were judged out of those things which were written in the books, according to their works” ( ...

Are there three degrees of glory in the resurrection? ›

According to this vision, all people will be resurrected and, at the Final Judgment, will be assigned to one of three degrees of glory, called the celestial, terrestrial, and telestial kingdoms.

Do Mormons believe in Jesus? ›

The Book of Mormon establishes clearly that “Jesus is the Christ, the Eternal God, manifesting himself to all nations” (Book of Mormon title page; 2 Nephi 26:12). At the heart of the doctrine restored through Joseph Smith is the doctrine of the Christ.

What is the main purpose of the coming of Jesus? ›

Yes, Jesus came to this earth for the express purpose of shedding His precious blood on the cross to provide forgiveness of sins (Romans 5:8-9; Hebrews 5:8-9). Jesus did not come the first time to set up an earthly kingdom.

What is the last Judgement in Christianity? ›

Christianity teaches that all will stand to be judged by God at the Second Coming of Jesus Christ. In early Christian art the scene is one of Christ as judge, the resurrection of the dead, the weighing of souls, the separation of the saved and the damned, and representations of heaven and hell.

Where in the Bible does it say I will return to my place? ›

Hosea 5:15 American Standard Version (ASV)

I will go and return to my place, till they acknowledge their offence, and seek my face: in their affliction they will seek me earnestly.

What does the Bible say about Judgement day? ›

There is but one judgment day (Revelation 11:18). Both the saved and lost will be judged (Romans 14:10 and 2 Corinthians 5:10). Our works both good and bad will be judged (Ecclesiastes 12:14, 2 Corinthians 5:10).

What does the Bible say about tattoos? ›

But in the ancient Middle East, the writers of the Hebrew Bible forbade tattooing. Per Leviticus 19:28, “You shall not make gashes in your flesh for the dead, or incise any marks on yourselves.”

Who will stand before God on Judgement day? ›

The Scripture tells us that whatsoever you sow, that shall you reap. The Bible tells us everyone is going to stand before God one day and give an account of their life on Earth.

What are the four Judgements of God? ›

The author gives you what the word of God says about the time, place, and nature of God's judgment on sin at Calvary, the daily self-judgment of sin in the life of the believer, the Judgment Seat of Christ, and the White Throne Judgment.

Which apostle saw heaven? ›

When the apostle Paul (the theologian formerly known as Saul of Tarsus) wrote to the church in Corinth about a particularly significant religious experience, he informed them that his journey to the “third heaven” or “Paradise” resulted in his hearing “things that are not able to be told, that no mortal is permitted to ...

How many heavens are there? ›

In religious or mythological cosmology, the seven heavens refer to seven levels or divisions of the Heavens. The concept, also found in the ancient Mesopotamian religions, can be found in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam; a similar concept is also found in some other religions such as Hinduism.

What did John first see in heaven? ›

In the first of John's visions that are recorded in Revelation 4–11, he saw God the Father enthroned in heaven, exalted beings who worship Him, and a book sealed with seven seals. John saw that the One who could open the book was Jesus Christ.

How does the Bible end in Revelation 21 22? ›

John saw a new heaven and a new earth and the New Jerusalem come down from heaven. He also saw that God will dwell with and comfort His people and that the celestial city of God will be established on the earth.

Who has the seven spirits of God? ›

The sevenfold ministry of the Spirit

The reference to the lamb in Revelation 5:6 relates it to the Seven Spirits which first appear in Revelation 1:4 and are associated with Jesus who holds them along with seven stars.

Where is the third heaven? ›

In several Abrahamic religions, the Third Heaven is a division of Heaven in religious cosmology. In some traditions it is considered the abode of God, and in others a lower level of Paradise, commonly one of seven.

What is the main lesson from the book of John? ›

The Gospel of John plays a unique and influential role in the Christian Bible. In this account of the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus, we learn that Jesus is the Son of God,1 sent2 by God the Father to give eternal life3 to all who believe in him.

What are 2 miracles in the book of John? ›

The seven miracle stories recorded in John are, first, the turning of water into wine at a marriage feast in Cana; second, the healing of a nobleman's son who was at the point of death; third, the healing of a man at the sheep-gate pool; fourth, the walking on water; fifth, the feeding of five thousand; sixth, the ...

Who is 2 John addressed to? ›

The text is addressed to "the elect lady and her children" (some interpretations translate this phrase as "elder lady and her children"), and closes with the words, "The children of thy elect sister greet thee." The person addressed is commended for her piety, and is warned against false teachers.

Where did Jesus soul go after his death? ›

At death his Spirit went to the Father in heaven, and then returned to be clothed in the resurrection body, in which he appeared to the disciples over a period of 40 days before the ascension. The statement in John 20:17 tells us that the ascension of the resurrected Christ had not yet happened.

What is the last day of judgment? ›

In the Christian religion, the Last Judgement is the last day of the world when God will judge everyone who has died and decide whether they will go to Heaven or Hell.

What are the 5 Judgements in the Bible? ›

The Scriptures speak of at least Five Separate Judgments, some claim even more. The five that we shall speak of differ in five general aspects as to "Subjects," "Time," "Place," "Basis of Judgment" and "Result."

What happens during the Last Judgment? ›

It was believed that at the end of time, angels would awaken the dead from their graves to be judged by God - at this point, Purgatory would be closed forever and the souls there would be transferred to heaven or hell for eternity.

What does trumpets of last Judgement mean? ›

The trumpet is used to build anticipation and tells the reader that an alert, announcement, or warning is about to take place. The seventh trumpet does not bring a plague with it. Rather, it is sounded so that glory is given to God and His kingdom is announced.

What is the message of the Last Judgment? ›

The Last Judgment according to the Bible: The Last Judgment of all people who lived on Earth is an important aspect of the Christian religion. It is described as a moment in which all people will come to life again, and the good people will be rewarded by going to Heaven, and the evil people will go to Hell.

Who ascended into the third heaven? ›

2 Corinthians 12-13: Paul Is Caught Up into the Third Heaven.

What are the three Heavens in Christianity? ›

In fact, Deuteronomy 10:14 refers to all three in one verse: “Behold, to the Lord your God belong Heaven (#2) and the Heaven of Heavens (#3), the earth and all that is in it (#1).”

What are the three levels of Mormon heaven? ›

There are three kingdoms of glory: the celestial kingdom, the terrestrial kingdom, and the telestial kingdom.

Do Mormons believe Jesus came to America? ›

After Jesus' resurrection, according to the Book of Mormon, he visited America. In fact, America plays a special role in Mormonism. Mormons believe that when Jesus returns to Earth, he will first go to Jerusalem and then to Missouri.

What religion was Jesus? ›

He was born of a Jewish mother, in Galilee, a Jewish part of the world. All of his friends, associates, colleagues, disciples, all of them were Jews. He regularly worshipped in Jewish communal worship, what we call synagogues.

Who is Jesus according to Jehovah Witnesses? ›

Jehovah's Witnesses identify as Christians, but their beliefs are different from other Christians in some ways. For instance, they teach that Jesus is the son of God but is not part of a Trinity.

Who is the Holy Spirit? ›

For the majority of Christian denominations, the Holy Spirit is the third Person of the Holy Trinity – Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, and is Almighty God. As such he is personal and also fully God, co-equal and co-eternal with God the Father and Son of God.

What is a coming to Jesus moment? ›

plural come-to-Jesus moments or come to Jesus moments. : a moment of sudden realization, comprehension, or recognition that often precipitates a major change. Many patients emerge from illness having had a come-to-Jesus moment that reorients their thinking.

Which religion believes in life after death? ›

The sacred texts in Christianity, Judaism and Islam talk of an afterlife - so for followers of these faiths life after death has been promised by God. For Buddhists, belief in reincarnation is based on the tradition that the Buddha remembered his past lives when he reached enlightenment.

Where is the last Judgement located today? ›

The Last Judgment (Italian: Il Giudizio Universale) is a fresco by the Italian Renaissance painter Michelangelo covering the whole altar wall of the Sistine Chapel in Vatican City.

Which best reflects the central message of The Second Coming? ›

Answer: "The Second Coming" by William Butler Yeats is a poem that presents a bleak vision of the future. The central message of the poem is that the world is moving towards chaos and destruction and that a new era is about to begin.

What does the rough beast symbolize in The Second Coming? ›

The "rough beast" to which Yeats refers in "The Second Coming" is a manticore or sphynx, a mythical creature having a lion's body and a man's head. The beast symbolizes the anti-Christ, which heralds an apocalyptic ending for Christianity and perhaps the world.

What does Spiritus Mundi mean in The Second Coming? ›

spiritus mundi Phrase

From The Second Coming (poem) by William Butler Yeats. Refers to Yeats' belief that each human mind is linked to a single vast intelligence, and that this intelligence causes certain universal symbols to appear in individual minds.

What does the falcon symbolize in The Second Coming? ›

Answer and Explanation: The falconer represents a former source of authority and safety, now lost. In 'The Second Coming', Yeats writes, ''Turning and turning in the widening gyre/ The falcon cannot hear the falconer.

What does the speaker in The Second Coming believe? ›

Yeats believed that the world was on the threshold of an apocalyptic revelation, as history reached the end of the outer gyre (to speak roughly) and began moving along the inner gyre.

What is the biblical allusion in The Second Coming? ›

Answer and Explanation: In The Second Coming, Yeats famously alludes to Christian dogma regarding the Apocalypse and The Second Coming, Jesus' alleged messianic return to earth. He does this to criticize the messiah complex of those in power during post-war Europe.

What does the center will not hold mean? ›

In Yates interpretation of “the center cannot hold” he describes it as a situation where everything is out of control, a place where you cannot feel safe anymore because the “center” which holds everything together can no longer hold the weight and collapses whereby everything falls apart.

What does the wild beast represent in the Bible? ›

Thus the beast represents the kingdoms that will bear rule over the world from Adam until the second coming of Christ. While in the spirit, this beast is seen as a personality as in Revelation 19:20, in the physical he is represented at different ages throughout the period of human existence as different kingdoms.

What is the rough beast in Bethlehem? ›

Reel shadows of the indignant desert birds. Were vexed to nightmare by a rocking cradle, And what rough beast, its hour come round at last, Slouches towards Bethlehem to be born?

What does the beast symbolize in Lord? ›

The Beast. The imaginary beast that frightens all the boys stands for the primal instinct of savagery that exists within all human beings. The boys are afraid of the beast, but only Simon reaches the realization that they fear the beast because it exists within each of them.

What does the sphinx represent in The Second Coming? ›

The Sphinx

Although Yeats doesn't directly call the beast that rises out of the desert a sphinx, the Egyptian icon is a lion's body with a man's head, just as Yeats describes. Yeats himself isn't totally sure what or who the sphinx represents, but he uses the image to symbolize the coming historical phase of evil.

What is the name for when the Holy spirit came to earth? ›

The coming of the Spirit is referred to as his "anointing". In some denominations anointing is practiced in Confirmation; ("chrismation" in the Eastern Churches). Its full force can be grasped only in relation to the primary anointing accomplished by the Holy Spirit, that of Jesus.

What is the gyre theory? ›

Yeats conceptualized history as a series of interpenetrating gyres. Historical eras overlap, one ending as the next one begins. He believed that these gyres or eras of history tended to fall into roughly 2,000-year periods. While one tends to dominant, the other is always implied and weakly present.

What is the spiritual meaning of a falcon flying over you? ›

The Meaning of a Falcon Sighting

The falcon is a reminder to look ahead and focus on the future. Don't let your past experiences hold you back; use them as stepping stones to success. The falcon also represents wisdom, so it's a sign that you should trust your intuition and make decisions wisely.

What God does a falcon represent? ›

The god Horus, represented as a falcon or a human with a falcon head, was a sun god as well as the ancient Egyptian god of kingship, representing the living king of Egypt. Falcons, along with other birds, could have easily been seen by everyone in ancient Egypt.

What is the rocking cradle in The Second Coming? ›

Although 2,000 years seems like a long time to us, Yeats compares it to a single night of an infant's sleep, which is suddenly "vexed to nightmare by a rocking cradle." The cradle reinforces the image that something has recently been "born," and its motion also serves as a metaphor for social upheaval.

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