For many years it’s been taught, almost without contradiction, that no one can know when Jesus will return for His church. That’s because He spoke of His return saying, “But of the day and hour no one knows, not even the angels in heaven, NOR THE SON, but only the Father.” (Mark 13: 32). That indeed was true at the time Jesus said it; however, shortly after His resurrection He said something else that changed the situation concerning the knowledge of His return. He then said, “ALL AUTHORITY has been given to Me in heaven and on earth.” (Matthew 28: 18). Since Jesus now has ALL AUTHORITY in heaven and earth, it’s inconceivable that He Himself no longer knows when He will come for His church. That means Mark 13: 32 (above) was true for ONLY a short time after He said it. In I Thessalonians 4: 15 - 17, we have a description of Jesus’s return for His church. Then Chapter 5 follows acknowledging that unbelievers will indeed have no idea when it’s about to happen; however, Verse 4 says, “But YOU, brethren, are NOT IN DARKNESS that this day should overtake you as a thief.” BELIEVERS ARE NOT IN DARKNESS ABOUT WHEN JESUS IS COMING. His return doesn’t have to be a surprise to His Church. Therefore, this book examines both Bible prophecies and examples to see when Scripture indicates Jesus will return. The first chapter of this book shows from Scripture that, also contrary to general teaching, there is at least one major prophecy that must still be fulfilled BEFORE Jesus can come.