The second coming of Jesus Christ is an event in Christian belief, referring to the return of Jesus to Earth in the end times. According to the New Testament, Jesus will come back to judge the living and the dead, and to establish his Kingdom on Earth. Many Christians believe that the second coming of Jesus will be preceded by a series of events, including natural disasters and earthquakes.
In the book of Revelation in the New Testament, there are descriptions of earthquakes and other natural disasters that are believed to be signs of the end times and the second coming of Jesus. Some Christians interpret these passages as literal descriptions of events that will occur, while others see them as symbols for broader themes, such as the judgment and destruction of the world. Regardless of one’s interpretation, the belief in the second coming of Jesus and the accompanying earthquakes is a central tenet of many Christian denominations.