came the first time, He came in a manger. When He comes again, He is coming
in majesty. The first time, He shed His royal blood for our redemption. When
He comes again, He is going to be dressed in royal robes to reign in righteousness.
The first time, He came to a crucifixion. When He comes again, He is coming
to a coronation. No longer will He wear a crown of thorns, but He will wear
a diadem of glory. The first time He came, He was despised and rejected of men.
When He comes again, every knee will bow. The clouds will be resplendent in
glory as He triumphantly steps out of heaven. And we will meet Him face to face.
Hallelujah — it may be sooner than we think!"