The 2nd coming of Jesus will never happen because God does not want to judge the world.
Jesus promised His 2nd coming in the destruction of Jerusalem
(Matthew 24, Mark 13, Luke 21, 2 Thess 2, Romans 13, James 5, Hebrews 10, Revelation 1, Revelation 22, 1 John 2, etc.)
He promised to judge the world according to the works of the moral law. (Romans 2, 2 Corinthians 5, Matthew 25, Revelation 20, Revelation 2-3)
Only the believers who obeyed the moral law perfectly like Jesus, would be saved (Romans 2, James 2, Ephesians 5, Romans 8:13, Galatians 5-6, 1 Thessalonians 4, Revelation 2-3, 1 John 2-5, 2 Peter 3, etc.)
The law was about to end in AD70 (Hebrews 8:13) and all things were going to be fulfilled in Jerusalem’s destruction (Luke 21), therefore Jesus was supposed to return at that time.
There are 3 options on how to interpret this:
1- Preterism says that Jesus already came back in AD70.
Clearly this is not true because the world was not judged and resurrection of people did not happen.
2- Futurism says that Jesus will come in the future because God inserted a 2000+ year delay in the 490-year prophecy of Daniel.
Clearly you can see that such a teaching is illogical and wrong.
3- Jesus will never came back because He actually does not want to judge the world. He gave all those commandments to show that nobody can be righteous by faith. The Church failed in the great tribulation as Jesus predicted in Matthew 24. If Jesus came back then nobody would be saved. Jesus allowed the Law to expire in AD70 but did not judge the world.
This is the only logical option with clear evidence.
The fact that the Church is not following Jesus or having any Holy Spirit gifts/fruit tells us that the Bible is already over and Jesus is not coming back.
The Bible shows that God was going to judge the world by the law.
Jesus died on the cross to forgive sins.
Jesus did not judge the world because the Church failed to follow Jesus and continues to fail today.
Therefore Jesus did not judge the world and the law does not exist today.
Without the law, there is no sin.
Without the law, there is no judgment, no hell.
Without the law, all people are righteous by birth and without faith or works.
Without the law, all people are unconditionally loved by God.
Thanks to Jesus Christ’s death and resurrection.
Today we believe in Jesus to know that we are already forgiven, righteous and unconditionally loved.