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Jesus Is the Returning Son of God (10 of 10)
Series: Who Is Jesus?
John 12:34, John 14:1-3
May 29, 2005
1. How Truthful the Message of Our Lord's Return
A) Mystery Concerning the Time
B) Certainty Concerning the Truth
2. How Thrilling the Moment of Our Lord's Return
A) Promise that is Realized
B) People that are Removed
3. How Tragic the Missing of Our Lord's Return
A) The Nearness of His Return
B) The Sureness of His Return
Ten weeks ago I began asking the question, "Who is Jesus?" I believe a person has to be right about Jesus. If you are not right about Jesus you cannot be saved. I know that is strong statement, but you can't be wrong about Jesus. Years ago I drove my stake deep into Bible ground. I have no doubts or reservations about what it says about Jesus. When it declares that Jesus is the eternal Son of God, I believe it. When it says that Jesus is the virgin born Son of God, I believe it. When it says that Jesus is the miracle working Son of God, I believe it. When it says that Jesus is the sinless Son of God, I believe it. When it says that Jesus is the crucified, resurrected and ascended Son of God, I shout amen! When it describes Him as the interceding and heaven preparing Son of God, I believe every word. The Bible is about Jesus and Jesus is who the Bible says He is.
In our closing message in this series, I want us to see Jesus as the returning Son of God. What a way to end a series! In the scripture we looked at last week as we thought about Jesus as the heaven preparing Son of God, Jesus made this promise, "I will come again" (John 14:3).
In the January 8, 1973 issue of Time, an article headline read, "Is the end near?" I share with you a quote from the article: "In modern times, much of mainstream Protestant scholarship has virtually dismissed the idea of a real Second Coming, preferring to view the apocalyptic literature as a metaphor, a prefiguring of an eventual victory of Christ's redemptive po ...
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