by John Barnett

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Series: Christ in All the Scripture
John Barnett

Tonight we turn again to Christ's 1st coming. He is in his humility. We see Him arrested, falsely accused (by those same creatures He created that we saw accusing Him in Mark 3.20-30), and held through the night in the dungeons of the High Priest.

It is so tragic, so awful, so unfair, but that was the 1st time He came. Always remember the 2nd time is coming. So before we start remember the contrast between the 1st and the 2nd comings!

• The first time Messiah came He was a baby in a manger, surrounded by donkeys and goats.
• The next time He comes f He will be mounted on a milk-white stallion thundering through the clouds of heaven with the armies of God following Him. On His head will be many crowns, for He will come back to earth as King of kings and Lord of lords.
• The first time Jesus came He was brought before Pilate; He was dragged before Herod. He was mocked, spit upon, and forced to wear a scarlet robe of mockery.
• The next time He comes, Pilate shall be brought before Him. Herod will be dragged before Him. Hitler will be hauled before Him, and that infamous hater of the Jewish people will bow before the King of the Jews and confess that He is Lord to the glory of God the Father.
• The first time the Lamb of God came He was nailed to a , bitter rugged cross where He suffered and bled and died alone.
• The next time He comes He will put His foot on the Mount of Olives and it shall split in half. He will walk across the Kidron Valley and through the eastern gate and set His throne up on the Temple mount. From there He shall reign for one thousand years in the Millennium. Following that will be the Great White Throne Judgment, after which human time shall cease and eternity will begin.

SLIDE: How to Lose Everything!

At some time in the future our lives will be over. Then the record will be complete as to just what we lived for. Toni ...

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