Whenever Easter is mentioned, the first things that most individuals think about are Easter eggs and Easter bunnies, Easter hats and Easter parades. Perhaps those of you who are of the faith think about new life, and resurrections from the dead. You perhaps also think about new hope, and when all else fails, renewed hope. The last thing anyone thinks about is that the promise of Jesus' return will actually materialize. It seems to be one promise that God could never fulfill, and that eventually would need to be recalled.
But, in April 2017, at a precise day and time, Jesus returned. He returned with ten thousand troops whose feet had never touched the earth, eighty thousand troops whose feet had touched the earth, but who died in combat, and another ten thousand troops who would sooner die, than see eternity ablaze in fire. The Lord is faithful and just, and always will prevail in any battle, and always will reclaim his promises, but only from the hearts of those whose ether says they never will believe his promises.
If you are one of those whose ether says you never will believe, you still can claim his promises if every ounce of energy in you devotes itself to holding fast to one command, and only one command for every day eternity delays.
The Lord God Almighty El Shaddai