In the Upper Room, Jesus told his disciples he was leaving. He comforted them by saying, “Let not your heart be troubled . . . I will come again!” (John 14)
Listen again to those last four words: I will come again. Jesus didn’t stutter. He didn’t hesitate. There was no doubt or disbelief in his voice, and neither should there be in our hearts. The Second Coming of Jesus Christ is the “blessed hope” of the church.
Jesus described his coming this way, “At that time . . . they will see the Son of Man coming on the clouds of the sky, with power and great glory” (Mathew. 24:30). So, let not your heart be troubled.