Day of the Lord
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"Three Days of Darkness and the Coming Flood."Jesus Villalobos by 5.00 U.S ebook or 21.00 softcover.
This book/ebook reveals the date of Jesus' return.
There is a common misconception that Jesus said the Church would not know when He is coming back. This misconception is derived from Jesus' words in Matthew 24. "No man knows the day nor the hour." This is an incomplete quotation of this Scripture. Jesus said, "Heaven and earth would pass away..., but of THAT hour knows no man, neither the angels, neither the Son, but the Father only." Jesus was talking about Revelation 20:11. This is where the Father shows His face, and heaven and earth are destroyed. But, this has nothing to do with Jesus' return. Contrary to popular belief, the return of Jesus has a specific sign associated with it. Jesus called it the sign of the Son of Man. The apostles asked Jesus what would be the sign of His coming. Since the Scriptures are clear that the apostles did not understand that Jesus had to die and resurrect, it would have been impossible for them to ask this question on their own. They did not know He was going away, so why would they think to ask Him when He was going to come back?
The Holy Spirit was the one asking the question through the apostles mouths. this being the case, the Holy Spirit is never wrong. Therefore, the question is 100% correct in the way that it is asked. Notice that the question of Jesus' return and the sign accompanying it, are singular. In other words, the question asks for the sign (singular), of His return (singular). Since the Holy spirit does not deceive, it must be that there is only one coming of Jesus and not two as is being preached today. The danger of preaching two comings, is that by doing so, the Church has opened the door for Satan to counterfeit the rapture before the specific sign occurs which Jesus told us about in Matthew 24. Get my book. 5.00. http://www.amazon.com/ or http://www,smashwords.com/.