Based on a number of clues given in the Scriptures, there is good reason to expect
Jesus Christ to return in 2030. Some Scriptures that point to this particular year:
The Prophet Hosea wrote of the Second Coming: “I will go away and return to My place
until they acknowledge their guilt and seek My face.” “...He will revive us after
two days; He will raise us up on the third day.” Hosea 5:15-6:3.
Anticipating last days skeptics who will cry, “Where is the promise of His coming?”
the Apostle Peter answered, “...with the Lord onedayis like a thousand years and
a thousand years like one day.” II Peter 3:4,8.
Jesus stayed with the Samaritan woman, who was a prophetic type of the Church, for
two days. “And after two days He went forth from there...” John 4:40.
Jesus deliberately remained two days before crossing the Jordan to raise Lazarus.
“He then stayed two days longer in the place where He was.” John 11:6. Crossing the
Jordan into Israel is a prophetic type of the Second Coming.
The Good Samaritan, a prophetic type of Christ, gave the innkeeper two dinarii to
care for the wounded man, promising to return and settle the account. Equaling two
day’s wages or two days’ stay at an inn, the two dinarii may also be a prophetic
type of the two “days” that will pass until the Lord returns.
If the Church age is prophesied to last 2,000 years, which began on the day of Pentecost,
which most scholars calculate to be in 30 AD, then the return of Christ will be in
Mankind seems to have been given 7 thousand year "days" for history to be completed.
From Adam to Abraham was 2,000 years and from Abraham to Christ was 2,000 years.
Since the Messianic Age will last for 1,000 years (Revelation 20:6) that leaves 2,000
years for the Church Age to be completed before Jesus returns in 2030.