by Adrian Rogers

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Why We Look For His Coming (1 of 2)
Adrian Rogers
Revelation 1:7-8

Take God's Word and find Revelation chapter 1 and we're going to read verses 7 and 8. Actually, what I'm doing today is the first in a small two part series on the Second Coming of Jesus Christ and today we're talking on this subject, "Why We Look for His Coming". Next week, "Why We Long for His Coming". Now why do we look for His coming. Look if you will please in Revelation chapter 1 and verse 7. "Behold ..." that means look "Behold, he cometh with clouds; and every eye shall see him..." that's my eye and your eye and every eye. You say, what about those who've died? They'll see him also because when he comes, he'll wake the dead. Every eye shall see him. "and they also which pierced him: ..." even those who crucified him will see him coming again. "and all kindreds of the earth shall wail because of him. Even so, Amen." Now this verse begins with looking for his coming, it ends with longing for his coming. "Even so, Amen." That means, let it be. And then Jesus said, "I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending, saith the Lord, which is, and which was, and which is to come, the Almighty." This world has seen some great days, but the greatest day yet is the second coming of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ when he comes to be crowned King of kings and Lord of lords. The Second Coming of Jesus is the theme of the Word of God. You can not understand the Bible, you can not understand his incarnation, his crucifixion without understanding his coronation. The Lord Jesus said in John chapter 14 verse 1, "I will come again". Jesus said that and you can carry that to the bank. You study the Bible, the theme of prophet, priest and preacher is the second coming of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. All of the great doctrines that we teach and preach are inextricably interwoven with the second coming of Jesus Christ. For example, the Bible tells us that we are to meet as we have met this ...

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