Christ’s coming is to be "as a thief in the night" and this means that there could be no signs- so we are told. In contrast, Jesus’ first century judgment coming against Jerusalem was signaled by a host of signs. Thus, Christ’s Thief Coming is a major argument to prove that Jesus’ coming could not have been in the first century judgment of Old Covenant Jerusalem. But, is this true?
Is Christs’s Thief Coming a sign-less Rapture, while his Second Coming is indicated by signs? Are there actually two comings of the Lord predicted in the New Testament?
What did Jesus really mean when he predicted his coming as a thief?
Did you know…
- That there were in fact, to be signs of Jesus’ Theif Coming?
- Did you know that believers could know when his thief Coming was to be?
- Did you know that the Bible positively affirms that his Thief Coming was to be in the first century, at the judgment of Old Covenant Jerusalem?
In this important work, prolific author Don K. Preston proves that the traditional arguments about Jesus’ Thief Coming are not based on a solid reading of Scripture, but false assumptions. Preston shows, from clear-cut, positive statements of inspiration, that Jesus’ Thief Coming was to occur, in the first century, in the judgment of Old Covenant Jerusalem. This book dispels a lot of confusion, provides positive Biblical teaching, and helps the reader to better understand what Jesus meant when he said he was coming "as a thief in the night." You do not want to be without this helpful and powerful book! Click Here to visit our online store and securely purchase this book!