There are more than two comings of Christ. However, only two are literal. Many comings of Christ are figurative in nature. This article will explore some the differences between some of the figurative comings and the two literal comings of Christ.

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James wrote, “But be ye doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving your own selves” (James 1:22).


When Jesus Christ returns, and He is certainly coming, there will be a final judgment.


Our focus is on dispensational premillennialism. While popular, this doctrine holds some errors and this article will present the first in our series. What does the Bible teach concerning the coming of the Kingdom of the Messiah?


Part 1

What does the Bible teach about the end of time and the end of this world we now live in?

There are some basic views concerning teachings of what is called the millennial, as it is termed. The doctrines concern predominantly Revelation chapter 20. First, are those who teach premillennialism. To explain the word premillennialism we take the prefix pre meaning “before” and “millennial” meaning “one thousand.” These folks believe Jesus will return and reign before a thousand years. The second group believe in postmillennialism. The prefix post means “after.” So we have the view that there will be a golden age of righteousness and peace for the Church at the end of which Christ will come and there will be a resurrection. Third, is the theology of those who believe in amillennialism. “A-” meaning against. In other words the idea that there is no such doctrine in the Bible as a millennial period. Continue reading


With a change in the law came a change in the priesthood (Hebrews 7:12). This superior priesthood has arrived exclusively for Christians.