'the Son of Man is coming at an hour you do not expect' [Luke 12:40(RAV)]
'the Son of Man is coming at an hour you do not expect'. Those times we do not expect He will come are the very times He is likely to appear.
Jesus will return: He told His disciples and He tells us - 'I will come again'. God's Word and His promises are more enduring than anything else.
'Not expecting' here does not mean 'do not believe'. We may look at world events, or attempt to unravel our particular strand of Bible prophecy and decide the Second Advent will not be until this or that is completed or fulfilled or a certain period has elapsed. We need to be careful: when we least expect He will return.
But none of our different interpretations must alter the glorious truth - He's coming soon!
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