His Advent

Summary of His Arrival – (His advent will be a singular event that means nothing less than the New Creation)

Vindication or Condemnation – (The arrival of Jesus means vindication for the righteous, but condemnation for the wicked)

The Gathering – (There will be a final gathering when the saints will be assembled before Jesus in glory)

Final Note – (The arrival of Jesus will mark the end of the present order and the commencement of the age to come and the New Creation)

His “Arrival” – (His ‘Parousia’ will mean the resurrection of the dead, the commencement of the New Creation, and final judgment)

A Singular Event – (The coming of Jesus will mark the end of the present order and the commencement of the age to come)

Parousia in Thessalonica – (Paul reassured the church regarding the participation of dead saints in the events of that day)

Parousia and the End of the Age – (The note of finality in passages about the return of Jesus leave no room for further interim periods)

Meeting Jesus – (Paul reassured believers concerning those who die in Christ and their participation in the future resurrection)

The Day of Christ – (In the New Testament, the traditional “day of the LORD” becomes the “day of our Lord Jesus Christ”)

Rescuing us from Wrath – (The coming of Jesus means our rescue from the coming “wrath“)

Revelation of Jesus from Heaven – (Vindication for the church, but destruction for her persecutors – 2 Thessalonians 1:5-10)

Day of Christ in Corinth – (An overview of passages about the Parousia from the Corinthian correspondence)

Blessed Hope and Glorious Appearing – (Titu 2:13 – Does this passage foresee two separate events?)

His Return and New Creation – (Peter coordinated the New Creation and final judgment with the parousia of the Lord)

Return of Jesus according to John – (The “last days” are underway evidenced by the activity of deceivers)

Paul on the Revelation of Jesus – (At his “revelation” on the “day of the Lord,” the saints experience glory, but the wicked receive “everlasting destruction”)

Day of His Revelation – (Christians must persevere in sufferings in the knowledge of Christ’s impending “revelation“)

His Appearing – (When Jesus “appears,” faithful believers will rejoice exceedingly and participate in the glories of that day)

His Longsuffering – (God has granted humanity the opportunity to repent before the Day of the Lord)

The Death of Death – (Death itself will cease with the arrival of Jesus in glory)