In Welcoming the Lord’s Return, Do not Walk the Path of Thomas’ Failure

Now the disaster is getting ever more severe and the prophecies of the Lord’s return have been basically fulfilled. Many believers are longing for the Lord to descend on a cloud and rapture them into the kingdom of heaven. However, when hearing some people testifying the news of the Lord’s return, some other people do not believe it, and say, “You said that the Lord has returned, yet why haven’t we see the scene of the Lord coming with clouds? I won’t believe it without seeing such a scene with my own eyes…” Isn’t this view not the same as that of Thomas? Thomas was of a suspicious nature. He did not believe that the Lord Jesus was resurrected until he saw the nail marks on the Lord’s body and touched them personally. The Lord Jesus condemned him, “Thomas, because you have seen me, you have believed: blessed are they that have not seen, and yet have believed” (John 20:29). Thomas held up to the viewpoint of “seeing is believing and hearsay is undependable,” and was finally abandoned and eliminated by God.

Now is the critical moment to welcome the Lord’s second advent. Some people have now preached the Lord’s coming. If we also have to see the Lord coming among clouds with our own eyes before believing that the Lord has returned, what is the difference between us and Thomas? Can this kind of faith be praised by God? How can we reverse the deviation and welcome the return of the Savior as soon as possible?

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