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    Tell Me About The Second Coming Of Jesus.

    It was at midnight that God chose to deliver His people. As the wicked were mocking around them, suddenly the sun appeared, and the moon stood still. The wicked looked upon the scene with amazement, while the saints beheld with solemn joy the tokens of their deliverance. Signs and wonders followed in quick succession. The streams ceased to flow. Dark, heavy clouds came up and clashed against each other. But there was one clear place of settled glory, whence came the voice of God like many waters, shaking the heavens and the earth. There was a mighty earthquake. The graves were opened, and those who had died in faith, under the third angel’s message, keeping the Sabbath, came forth from their dusty beds, glorified.LASW 38.1

    The sky opened and shut. The mountains shook like a reed in the wind and cast out ragged rocks all around. The sea boiled like a pot and cast out stones upon the land. And as God spoke the day and the hour of Jesus’ coming, He spoke one sentence, and then paused, while the words were rolling through the earth. The Israel of God stood with their eyes fixed upward, listening to the words as they rolled through the earth like peals of loudest thunder. At the end of every sentence the saints shouted, “Glory!” Their countenances shone with glory as did the face of Moses when he came down from Sinai. The wicked could not look upon them. Soon appeared the great white cloud, upon which sat the Son of man. When it first appeared in the distance this cloud looked very small. The angel said that it was the sign of the Son of man. As it drew nearer the earth we could behold the glory of Jesus. Holy angels, with bright crowns upon their heads, escorted Him on His way. We could behold Jesus.LASW 38.2

    The earth shook as the voice of the Son of God called forth the sleeping saints. Then the living saints and the risen ones raised their voices in a long shout of victory. The living saints are changed in a moment, and caught up with the risen ones, and together they meet their Lord in the air.LASW 39.1

    On each side of the cloudy chariot were wings, and beneath it were living wheels; and as the chariot rolled upward, the wheels cried, “Holy,” and the wings, as they moved, cried, “Holy,” and the holy angels around the cloud cried, “Holy, holy, holy!” And the saints in the cloud cried, “Glory!” And the chariot rolled upward to the Holy City. 16Early Writings, 285-288.LASW 39.2