Stop Saying ‘Jesus is Coming Soon’ When He’s Still Not Here After 2,019 Years — KSM to Christians

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It had to be said. For over 2,000 years now Christians all over the world have been promising anyone who would listen that their Lord and saviour Jesus Christ is coming soon, and for 2,000 years Jesus has continued to refuse to come.

There’s no clearer abuse of the word ‘SOON’ in the language than when a Christian tells you Jesus is coming soon. After two millennia you would think they would stop but they have not.

Veteran comedian KSM, who sometimes riles up his followers with jabs at Christianity, has taken another jab at followers of the faith.

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In a post on his twitter handle, KSM said Chrisitans must stop saying that Jesus is coming soon because 2,000 years have passed and he’s still not here so ‘soon’ is not really the right word to describe his coming.

According to KSM, Christians must transition from ‘Jesus is coming SOON’ to ‘Jesus is coming…EVENTUALLY’. Lol.

Check out his post below…

“For 2,019 years, it’s ALWAYS been said JESUS is coming SOON. Can we just drop this SOON matter and just say EVENTUALLY? #justthinking.”

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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My friends call me Moonbyte, my Mum named me Godwin. I am the Managing Editor of GhanaCelebrities.Com, Founding editor of Innonews24.Com and a fixer for foreign journalists working in Ghana. I have three strong passions in life -- football, blogging and music -- in that order. I love spending time with friends talking about the important things in life and hate nothing more than 'authority' and hypocrisy fueled by dogma. My personal motto is that you can do everything you set your mind to, which I stole from my favourite person of all time Eminem. For writing or fixing gigs, contact [email protected]

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