Did You Know? There Is a Clear Biblical Basis for the Lord’s Returning to the Flesh in the Last Days

The Lord Is My Shepherd
3 min readMay 12, 2021


Most people, when waiting for the Lord’s coming, think that the Lord will come on a cloud, but they neglect that the Lord will also return in the flesh as the Son of man. Therefore, when they hear someone testify that the Lord has come back in the flesh, they don’t seek or investigate. So, it is easy to for them to miss the opportunity to welcome the Lord.

Let’s take a look at the prophecies that the Lord returns in the flesh as the Son of man. The Bible says, “Be you therefore ready also: for the Son of man comes at an hour when you think not” (Luke 12:40). “For as the lightning, that lightens out of the one part under heaven, shines to the other part under heaven; so shall also the Son of man be in his day. But first must he suffer many things, and be rejected of this generation” (Luke 17:24–25). These verses mention “the Son of man” and “the Son of man comes.” This phrase “the Son of man” refers to One who is born to a human and has normal humanity. However, Jehovah God is the Spirit; the resurrected Lord Jesus is a spiritual body and angels are also spiritual beings, so they cannot be called the Son of man. The incarnate Lord Jesus is called the Son of man because He was born of a human and underwent a normal human growth process. But the incarnate God has divine essence that we humans do not possess, so He can express the truth anytime and anywhere to save people. Therefore, the Lord prophesied that He would come as the Son of man, which means that when the Lord returns, He will become flesh as the Son of man.

Just as Almighty God says, “This time around, God comes to do work not in a spiritual body, but in a very ordinary one. Moreover, not only is it the body of God’s second incarnation, it is also the body through which God returns to the flesh. It is a very ordinary flesh. You cannot see anything that makes Him stand out from others, but you can gain from Him previously unheard-of truths. This insignificant flesh is what embodies all the words of truth from God, undertakes God’s work in the last days, and expresses the whole of God’s disposition for man to understand.”

Friends, after knowing that there is a clear biblical basis for the Lord’s returning in the flesh, are you willing to seek and investigate the appearance and work of the incarnate God in the last days to welcome the Lord soon? Please contact us on Messenger and let’s communicate together.

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