By Dan Boyd

The media has gone wild over the 2012 craze. This Mayan calendar thing has almost eclipsed the relevance of the Second Coming of Jesus. Are the two events one and the same? Is it possible that the Lord Jesus will use December 21, 2012 as the date of his return to the earth?

All speculation is vain, but there are some very important Bible facts that have not changed, even though many are, even as we speak, throwing out any and all Bible beliefs, and swallowing hook line and sinker all the Mayan Myths. Nostradamus, Church prophets, New Age Humanists, New World Order followers, and all the internet websites in the world cannot change the validity of the Bible.

1. The Bible does clearly teach that there is an end of the world, and an end of this present age. Men can deny it, try to dodge it, and defy the Bible all they want, but this old world will not last forever. It cannot. We are on a train track to eternity, and the engine is running full speed ahead.

2. The Bible tells us that Jesus’ first coming was all planned by God so that our sins could be paid for on the cross of Calvary. Christ did not come the first time to rule and reign…that wasn’t his plan. Mankind needed a Savior, and Jesus is He.

3. The Bible warns us that the second time Jesus comes, he is not coming as a sacrificial lamb, wounded and bleeding for our sins on the cross. Rather, at his next appearing, he is coming as the ruler of the universe to put down all evil. He will establish his kingdom on the earth.

4. We are told in Scripture that there will be a great battle at that second coming of Christ, as the armies of the world are gathered together unto the Valley of Megiddo. There, the battle of Armageddon will be fought. Christ will win, the new world order and its antichrist leader will be destroyed, and Jesus will set up his 1,000 year reign on the earth. This is when the lion will lie down with the lamb, a child will be able to play with a poisonous snake, and we will beat our swords into plows shears. Then, not until then, and only then will there be peace on earth.

5. There were many scoffers at the first coming of Christ. They did not believe that Jesus was the Messiah. But you have only to look at all the Bible prophecies fulfilled 100% accurately by Christ at his first coming to be convinced that he is indeed the promised one. At the end of this age, there are many who doubt that he will come again. There is nothing new here. But the amazing fact that Jesus Christ fulfilled hundreds of prophecies perfectly at his first coming (and no other person ever has or could), proves to us that he will fulfill all the prophecies perfectly of his second coming. It would be foolish to bet against such odds.

6. The date of Jesus’ second coming is not revealed in Scripture, and no one knows it now, either. Whatever happens on 12-21-2012, you can rest assured that some privileged few have not learned the date of His coming.

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One Response to 2012 and the Second Coming of Jesus Christ

  1. Warp2013 says:

    I don’t know if this date of his return but i know he will return because these people on this world needs him soon , but December 21, 2012 has everyone one-bliever and blievers alike are watching the skys and i say a prayer sends the power of love to those who are willing to answer this call , keep this up right up to this date !

    Earth is going to change i don’t what but for mankind or something else ?

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