How can you call the second coming second if your views prove it's fourth?Because I see it as Jesus going through the same process as we go through, being saved in spirit first, then soul, then body. Or the 3 sections of the Temple. So everyone in the outer court is saved in spirit because that part is open to everyone. After that it gets more complicated as you move into the Temple.
So Jesus is first quickened in spirit. But, since he is a quickening spirit, he quickens others.
Ascends to heaven with those. Then soul is the body that Mary sees. This is not yet a glorified body, technically speaking. He ascends a second time and presents his soul to God in the holy of holies. Now the transfer to the Melchizedek priesthood. So glorification of the body is the last, when he ascends a final time to heaven and sits on the right hand of God. Steven sees him there.
That's the best I can do to explain how I see it.
So there is:
Comming 1a - past --> Birth
Comming 1b - past --> Returning after brought people from Noach time to heaven
Comming 1c - past --> Returning from the trip to heaven shortly after He met Mary.
Comming 2 - past --> Millenium
In Revelation we read about Jesus establsihing His Kingdom and several resurrection.
Jesus was the First fruit. First person of the first harvest. I think the resurrection took place during the First Fruit festival day.
Jesus was put in the grave. At some point during the 3 days he was resurrected. (first fruits)
Then He went to prison and led those people away to heaven. Were those people resurrected? If yes it means Revelation already started to unfold because the resurrections are part of Revelation.
Another thing I remember from our previous chats is that you hold the view that the thief on the cross was resurrected that same day or even never died. The thief asked Jesus to remember him when He established His Kingdom.
That would mean Jesus estrablished His Kingdom within a few hours after His death (day was almost over)
That even more overlap with Revelation.