The twenty-forth Chapter of Matthew has been the source of much speculation by men trying to predict the time of the Lord's return. The tragic irony is that most of the discussion and debate has been by the very ones our Lord was warning us to avoid. Right in the middle of this glorious prophecy is a description of the "false christs" and "false prophets". In verse twenty-six, the Lord said, "if they shall say unto you, Behold, he is in the desert; go not forth, behold he is in the secret chambers; believe it not". Here is the standard of measure we can use to try the spirits. All false gospels declare Christ to be either in the desert or in the secret chambers. Don't believe it. He will not be found in the desert of law keeping, the arid landscape of ceremony, or the dry lifeless soil of free-will. Nor will He be found in the secret chambers of higher knowledge, deeper life, or an "anointed" charismatic experience. No, when our Lord returns it will be just like when He comes to one of His elect in salvation. The very next verse says, "like the lightening coming out of the east and shining to the west, so shall also the coming of the Son of Man be." He comes suddenly, sovereignly, and surely. Look for Him in His free, sovereign, simple gospel of accomplished substitution and full satisfaction. That is the only place He will be found, and He will be found there.