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Why Christians did not Witness the Second Coming of Christ

Many Christians participated in the second coming of Christ but none witnessed it because Jesus said to them, "The time will come when you will wish you could see one of the days of the Son of Man, but you will not see it." (Luke 17:22)

They were not meant to see the kingdom with their eyes, but to understand it. It is divine knowledge in the hearts of God's people, and everyone is required to look inwards in order to visualise the kingdom. In other words, the kingdom of God is Christ (the Spirit) in you.

'No one will say, 'Look, here it is!' or, 'There it is!'; because the Kingdom of God is within you."' (Luke 17:21)

Although the Christians did not see Christ when he walked on the surface of the earth for four years they will understand the work he accomplished if they open up thier hearts to learn.

The kingdom is not a political kingdom, neither does it have a geographical location. It is everywhere and it comes to dwell in you and with you if you understand what it means. Although it surrounds you, it won't manifest in your life if you are ignorant of it.

Don't go looking for the Kingdom of God in the Middle East or other parts of the world.

"There will be those who will say to you, 'Look, over there!' or, 'Look, over here!' But don't go out looking for it." (Luke 17:23)

Christ will come as an enlightenment penetrating all aspects of life and spreading across the world from Asia to North America like lightning flashing across the sky from the east to the west.

"As the lightning flashes across the sky and lights it up from one side to the other, so will the Son of Man be in his day." ((Luke 17:24)

Enlightenment = Education

Christ will be revealed from Russia to China, from China to India, from India to the Middle East, from the Middle East to Europe, from Europe to Africa, from Africa to South America, and from South America to North America.

Christians did not witness the return of Christ because Christ did not come to save only Christians, but the whole world.

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