Tag Archives: Christ’s return

The conspiracy of the cross

I want to keep Easter going. I want to stay focused on the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. I want to keep having the Lord’s Supper every night so we can remember Christ’s death until He comes back. I … Continue reading

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Children of the day

In 1 Thessalonians, the coming of the Lord is likened to a thief coming in the night. “When people are saying, ‘Everything is peaceful and secure,’ then disaster will fall on them as suddenly as a pregnant woman’s labor pains … Continue reading

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Just a pawn in the game

The early Christians believed in, talked about, and leveraged their faith on the imminent return of Christ. That was 2,000 years ago, and they believed just like we believe, that His coming was right around the corner, in fact, they … Continue reading

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The imminent return of Christ and why it’s important

The return of Christ is imminent. Tell me you haven’t had a thought about that lately with all the earthquakes, hurricanes, fires, wars and rumors of war going on. These are the signs of the times and they mean something.  … Continue reading

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Christ is coming back any day now

When [Jesus] had said this, as they were watching, he was lifted up, and a cloud took him out of their sight. While he was going and they were gazing up toward heaven, suddenly two men in white robes stood by … Continue reading

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Preparing for a deluge with sunny skies ahead

Here in southern California, we’ve been hearing about El Niño for some time. Currently, we have something in the news about it pretty much every day. El Niño means “The Little Boy” in Spanish, or it’s also thought of as … Continue reading

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