August 25, 2022
Today’s Daily Devotional
PRAY OVER THIS
“And saying, ‘Where is the promise of His coming? For since the fathers fell asleep, all things continue as they were from the beginning of creation.’”
How do I know Jesus is coming again? Because I believe the Bible. The Bible has shown itself to be the Word of God, and repeatedly the Bible mentions the Second Coming of Jesus. Now the new birth is important, but a new birth is mentioned only nine times in the Bible. Baptism is important, but it’s only mentioned 20 times in the Bible. Repentance is wonderfully important—it is only mentioned 70 times in the New Testament. But the Second Coming of Jesus Christ is mentioned 380 times in the New Testament alone. In our passage, Peter said that some will ask, “Where is the promise of his coming?” It’s all over the Bible. He has promised, and He cannot lie. If you take the whole Bible, one out of every twenty-five verses speak of the Second Coming of Jesus Christ. Jesus has said He will return, and He won’t break that promise.
- How often would you say you think about the return of Jesus compared with the amount of space the Bible gives to this truth?
- What could you do to remember this truth more frequently?
Look up some of the passages that refer to Jesus’ return. Work to memorize one or two of these as a way of regularly reminding yourself.
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When we hear of war, natural disasters, disease, and famine, we think about the end times and wonder when Jesus is coming again. As you write out these 30 Scriptures, be reassured that God is always on time. Let us not anxiously analyze the events, but trustingly obey the Lord. Click here to download the Scripture writing plan.