A Contrast between Jesus’ 1st and 2nd Coming

Several requested this section from last Sunday’s message, The Coming of The King.

1st Coming of Jesus                                            2nd Coming of Jesus
(Matthew 21:1-17)                                             (Revelation 19:11-16)
Donkey                                                                    White Warhorse
Peace                                                                       War
Human/Flesh                                                           God/Spirit
Humility                                                                   Glory
Poverty                                                                    Power
Band of Disciples                                                      Armies of Heaven
Open Arms                                                               Iron Fist
Love                                                                          Wrath
Suffering Servant                                                     King of Kings
Save                                                                         Judge

4 replies »

  1. Because many of th prophecies described the Messiah as a glorious king who would liberate them from their oppression and establish an everlasting kingdom. hey were expecting then what we are expecting now.

  2. The prophecies in the Old Testatement gave both the prophecy of the Messiah and the coming Kingdom. For example the “lion will lie down with the lamb.” Isaiah 11. So the prophecies were given with both in mind, the coming of the Messiah and the reconciliation of the world to Him. And the reality was the disciples were expected “thy Kingdom come” right away. They forgot the most important step between the two – the taking of the “good news” to the ends of the earth.

    In Revelation we do not see the babe in the manger, or the Christ on the cross, we see a Savior who is the “lion of the tribe of Judah.” And we see the avenger of all that is wrong who has fire in His eyes. “Thy Kingdom come, thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven.”

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