Who: Jesus Christ, who came once already to pay the penalty for our sins to become our Savior, returns to put an end to sin as our King (Revelation 11:15).
What: Christ puts an end to human misrule and sets up the long-promised Kingdom of God (Daniel 2:44).
When: In the nick of time before humanity destroys itself (Matthew 24:22). Christ gave signs to identify the end time, but He did not reveal the “day and hour” (Matthew 24:36).
Where: Starting with Jerusalem, this Kingdom will spread over the whole earth (Zechariah 14:3-4; Acts 1:11-12; Matthew 5:5; Revelation 5:10; Daniel 2:35).
Why: Christ returns because it is part of God’s plan to show love for everyone, to bring many children to glory (John 3:16; 2 Peter 3:9; Hebrews 2:10).
How: God’s laws—the way He designed the universe to work—will be taught and will bring real peace and prosperity, but most of all a loving family relationship, to all the world (Isaiah 2:2-4).