Matthew 25:31 (KJV) 31 When the Son of man shall come in his glory, and all the holy angels with him, then shall he sit upon the throne of his glory:
There will come a time when peace will be a reality in a worldwide scale. More than a hand sign, more than a bumper sticker, more than a wish from many nations’ ambassadors, more than a Ms. Universe contestants’ response, it will be a reality. It won’t be peace for a time; it will be permanent. The Lord Jesus is coming again in majestic splendor. With Him are His holy angelic armies. This time, He won’t be laid in a manger; he will sit upon His glorious throne.
His return is a clear and established biblical truth. There may be differences in interpretation as to when and how, but there’s no question about Him coming back. When He ascended to heaven, two-white robed men—probably heavenly angelic beings—declared that He will return from heaven in the same way they saw Him go. The popular (Apostles’) Creed states: “And seated at the right hand of God, the Father Almighty; from there He shall come to judge the living and the dead.”
The King of kings and the Lord of Lords is coming. Every injustice will be remedied; justice and righteousness will prevail. We will have the kind of one world government that’s perfect—led by a non-corrupt, perfect, holy, absolutely good and loving Ruler. That’s why I oppose any one world government to be supremely ruled by an imperfect individual or imperfect group—more so, by selfish, greedy, corrupt, and power-hungry tyrant/s.
As for now, we live in joyful faith and hope—in watchfulness and readiness, longingly waiting for our beloved Lord and Savior. We make sure we have enough “oil” for our lamp—always excited and ready to welcome and meet our heavenly Groom on His second advent or arrival. We’re seizing the gift of time, making the most of every opportunity He gives us, blooming where we’re planted, enjoying and making the most of the potential of our present, celebrating the memory of His first advent as we eagerly look forward to the heavenly curtains pulling back, the clouds breaking open, and our Jesus… oh…