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Old 02-19-2018, 07:50 PM
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Default Reasons for a Pre-Millennial Second Coming

The Antichrist, whose coming all agree will be Pre-Millennial, is destroyed with the brightness of Christ's coming (Rev. 19:11-21; 2 Thess. 2:8). This fixes His coming as Pre-Millennial.

The coming of Christ is "immediately after the tribulation" (Matt. 24:27-31). The tribulation is just before the Millennium (Matt. 24:15-31; Zech. 14).

When Christ comes He will separate the tares from the wheat, but as the Millennium is after this separation, He must come before the Millennium (Matt. 13:40-43).

The same conditions existing in the days of Lot and Noah will be existent when Christ comes (Matt. 24:37-51; Luke 17:22-37; 2 Tim. 3; 4:1-3; 2 Pet. 3:2-5).
These passages certainly are out of harmony with the Post-Millennium theory.

The Millennium kingdom will be a literal kingdom and will not simply be the exaltation of the church, or the continuance of a converted world (Rev. 5:1, 10; 11:15; 20:1-10; Dan. 2:44, 45; 7:13, 14; Zech. 14).

The resurrection prove a Pre-Millennial coming, as the righteous dead will be raised before the Millennium, for they are to live and reign with Him during the Millennium. The wicked dead will not be raised until after the Millennium (Rev. 20:1-15).

When Christ comes, Satan is to be bound, and since he is to be bound during the Millennium, there can be no Millennium until Christ comes (Rev. 20:1-7).

Israel will be restored and regathered when Christ comes (Matt. 24:31) and, as they are in a state of restoration during the Millennium, Christ must first come before the Millennium (Ezek. 36:24-28; Isa. 11:1-16).

The time of His coming to Earth, then, is immediately after Daniel's Seventieth Week and at the beginning of the Millennium (Rev. 19:11-21; Zech. 14; Matt. 24:27-31). It takes place at the beginning of "the day of the Lord," as is clear in all the passages in which this expression is found. The day of the Lord never refers to the rapture, for it does not begin until after that event, Paul does not correct the early Christians for expecting the rapture of the church but he does rebuke them for expecting "the day of the Lord" at any moment (1 Thess. 5:1-11; 2 Thess. 2:1-12).
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