by Stan Coffey

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This Same Jesus Is Coming Again!
Stan Coffey
Acts 1:9-11

Today I want you to take your Bible and turn to Acts 1:9. Folks, something is about to take place very soon. Everyone that we talk to who are prophets who are students of God’s Word, who study what God has to say about the signs of the coming Christ say that they believe the coming of the Lord is near. Prophecy is being fulfilled on every hand. We live in the most exciting days since Jesus walked the face of the earth. Jesus is getting ready to come back for His people, for His church and the signs are all about us. And here is a wonderful passage that tells us some things about the second coming of Christ. Jesus has been risen from the dead for forty days. They are standing with Jesus on the Mount of Olives. Jesus had comforted His disciples about the future. Jesus had convinced them beyond any shadow of a doubt that He was alive from the dead. Jesus had commissioned them to go into all the world and preach the gospel.


This same Jesus is coming again. As I look at this passage I want you to see three things. First of all there is the promise of His coming. The Bible says here, this same Jesus shall come. One of the most exciting things that I can think about is the fact that Jesus Christ is coming for me. Jesus Christ is coming for everyone of His children. Jesus Christ is surely coming again. This is not a minor part of the Bible. It is a major part of the Bible. It is not incidental; it is fundamental in the Christian faith. Do you realize how many times Jesus promises to come again? And the Bible refers to His coming to this earth again. You know, baptism is mentioned twenty times in the Bible. And repentance is mentioned seventy times and the new birth is mentioned nine times, but the second coming of Christ is mentioned three hundred eighteen times in the New Testament alone. Again an ...

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