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The Return of Christ
The Time for Christ's Return is nowThe time for Christ to return is upon us. Most Christian groups realize this and have been preaching that Christ could return at any moment. That moment is now. All the prophecies are fulfilled.
"And they shall fall by the edge of the sword, and shall be led away captive into all nations: and Jerusalem shall be trodden down of the Gentiles, until the times of the Gentiles be fulfilledAnd then shall they see the Son of Man coming . . . "(Luke 21:24, 27).
Christ will come after Jerusalem is restored, and then the final Revelation of God will come. Jerusalem was restored in 1948 A.D. It was at this date that Israel was once again a free Jewish state and Davids fallen tent was brought back, just as God had promised it would be. Maitreya was born in 1944, several years before the fulfillment of this prophecy and evidence of Christs return.
Christ gave another promise about His return in the gospel of Matthew:
"And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations; and then shall the end come." (Matthew 24:14).
The International Bible Society currently claims to distribute Bibles in nearly every nation in the world, and those countries that they do not cover are the Antarctic, the Middle East, and Australia, the latter of which is a Christian nation, and the former two have Bibles currently translated into their languages.
The International Bible Society boasts that in the years that lead up to the 1960's and shortly afterward it began an extensive mission operation, translating the Bible in well over 350 more languages than ever before and completing Christs promise in Matthew (to reach the entire world with the Gospel) around the year 1977 A.D.
Maitreya subsequently began to receive His Revelation from God in 1977, just as the Gospel of Christ had been spread to the entire world. In other words, God makes it clear in the Bible that Christ will not return with Revelation until after the period of 1977. This prophecy has been fulfilled.
Christ Promised He Will Return with All Truth
"And I will pray the Father, and he shall give you another Comforter, that he may abide with you for ever; Even the Spirit of truth; whom the world cannot receive, because it seeth him not, neither knoweth him: but ye know him; for he dwelleth with you, and shall be in you. I will not leave you comfortless; I will come to you." (John 14:16-18)
As we will see in chapter fourteen of John, Christ gave two important pieces of information about His return: first that He would pray to God another Comforter (Christ), and secondly that the Spirit of truth (Comforter in other translations) is really Himself, "I will come to you." Christ said:
"But the Comforter, . . .whom the Father will send in my name, he shall teach you all things, and bring all things to your remembrance, whatsoever I have said unto you Ye have heard how I said unto you, I go away, and come again unto you And now I have told you before it come to pass, that, when it is come to pass, ye might believe." (John 14:26, 28-29)
This Scripture has three main points that we must look at. The first point:
". . . The Comforter . . ."
Christ clarified that upon His return ("I go away and come unto you") who the Comforter will be and what He will do. One of the widely used titles for Prophet Muhammad is "Ansa'r" which means Comforter or Helper (friend). It is also believed by many Muslims that when Mahdi returns, He will share Muhammads name and His titles. Maitreya's birth name was Muhammad, and as we can see in the Islamic prophecy section and Maitreya's genealogy, Maitreya is also from the family of Muhammad and shares His title. So Maitreya in a very real sense is the promised comforter.
Although Christians believe that this Comforter is The Holy Ghost ("but ye know Him for He dwelleth with you, and shall be in you"), as we mentioned before, Gods Words have multiple purposes and meanings. This Comforter, as Christ returned, is most accurately represented by Maitreya.
". . . he shall teach you all things . . ."
According to Christ, the Comforter would teach the Christians the things they could not bear at the time of Christs Dispensation. How do we know that this Comforter is indeed Maitreya?
The final return of Christ as the Seventh Angel:
In Islamic belief the third revealer of truth would be the return of "Muhammad" (The Last Prophet!). In Christian belief the return of Muhammad, is also the promised return of Christ, the Seventh Angel. Historically this Seventh Angel is Maitreya. Christ gives several clues that will help humanity decipher when He will return as the Seventh Angel:
With Christ's second promise fulfilled, Christians should be expecting what Amos was preaching, the advent of a new revelation:
"Behold, the days come, saith the Lord,that the mountains shall drop sweet wine, and all the hills shall melt." (Amos 9:13)
The "days" referred to in Amos by God are the days promised to come about when Israel is united and the gospel of the Kingdom is preached all over the world. After the reunion of Israel and the gospel reaching the ends of the earth, then, "the mountains [mountains are symbols for great followers of the Prophet, like Disciples who are as strong and unmovable in their Faith] shall drop sweet wine [a new covenant/new Revelation] and all the hills shall melt [hills are symbols for strong followers of the Prophet, like apostles]."
All these prophecies have been fulfilled just as God said, because Maitreyas Mission began in 1977 A.D., and His Revelation was completed in 1982 A.D. The "sweet wine" refers to the new Revelation sent from God. This is the same Revelation mentioned in the book of Romans. The revelation of this Dispensation is THOTH, and all are welcome to read it and find the truth hidden inside. Also, Maitreya's Dispensation began after the first promise of Christ was fulfilled by the founding of Jerusalem! God has done just as He promised He would, the Maitreya is here!
Luke 21: 24 - 27, explains that the Jews, after being scattered across all the earth, are to be gathered together again in Israel.
Matthew 24: 3, explains that the Gospel of Jesus must be preached to the whole world, and then the 'end' would come.