Second Coming of Christ Bible Quiz

Check your knowledge about the second coming of Christ

  1. DOES the Bible say positively that Jesus will appear the second time? Heb. 9:28. Note 1.

  2. Did Christ promise to come again? John 14:1-3. Note 2.

  3. Did Christ go away? Acts 1:1, 2. Where to? Heb. 9:24. When did He go? Acts 1:3. How did He go? Acts 1:9.

  4. Did He ascend with the same body that was laid in the tomb? John 2:19, 20, 21; Luke 24:36, 42, 50, 51.

  5. Will this same Jesus return? Acts 1:9-11.

  6. Why is He to come again? John 14:3; 1 Thess. 4:13-18; Matt. 16:27. Note 3.

  7. What will be His appearance? Rev. 14:14.

  8. How many will see Him? Rev. 1:7.

  9. What will be the manner of Christ's return? Psa. 50:3; Matt. 24:27, 30, 31; 25:31.

  10. How many angels are there? Rev. 5:11. Note 4.

  11. What has been the effect upon human beings of the appearance of an angel? Matt. 28:2-7; Dan. 10:5-7.

  12. How will Christ's coming affect the wicked? Rev. 6:15-17.

  13. What will be the attitude of the righteous? Isa. 25:9; 1 John 2:28. Note 5.

  14. How may we be prepared to meet Him in peace? Luke 21:34-36; 1 John 3:2, 3.

Note 1. - "To my mind this precious doctrine - for such I must call it - of the return of the Lord to this earth is taught in the New Testament as clearly as any other doctrine in it; yet I was in the church fifteen or sixteen years before I ever heard a sermon on it. . . . Now I can see the reason for this. The devil does not want us to see this truth; for nothing would wake up the church so much. The moment a man takes hold of the truth that Jesus Christ is coming back again to receive His followers to Himself, this world loses its hold on him. Gas stocks and water stocks in banks and railroads are of very much less consequence to him then. His heart is free, and looks for the blessed appearing of his Lord, who, at His coming, will take him into His blessed kingdom." - D. L. Moody in "The Second Coming of Christ."

Note 2. - Christ's second coming is referred to 380 times in the New Testament. One verse in every twenty-five, on the average, speaks of it.

Note 3. - "At the last, Jesus Christ shall be manifested in the fullness of His power with great glory. The whole creation of God shall be redeemed from all evil. The eternal purpose of God shall accomplished, His kingdom shall come in its fullness, and He Himself shall be all in all." - J. G. Riddell in "What We Believe."

Note 4. - "Stupendous spectacle! Far in the distant depths of space the prophet sees the approach in the shining hosts. Paling the light of sun, moon, and stars, the glorious procession sweeps earthward, spreading ever wider and wider, till it fills the mighty vault above. In the forefront is Jesus, crowned as King, but with the scars of Calvary still upon Him. Behind and around Him are the armies of heaven, battalion upon battalion, phalanx upon phalanx of glistening forms innumerable, 'ten thousand times ten thousand, and thousands of thousands,' filling the air with their songs of joy and triumph." - A. S. Maxwell in "This Mighty Hour."

Note 5. - "Scripture uniformly enjoins us to look with expectation to the advent of Christ, and delays the crown of glory till that period." - Calvin in "Institutes," Vol. 2, book 3, chap. 25.

Note: This quiz is based on "Fundamentals of the Seventh-day Adventist Faith", 1941, British Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, Watford, Bible Study No. 8, "Second Coming of Christ".


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