Every believer wants the biblical resources to determine truth. Here are those verses, every one of them, regarding the Lord's return with judgment and the resurrection of all who have ever lived, to be so judged. The end result is clear, unambiguously straight forward and above all simple, if the reader is willing to endure the reading of a plethora of passages. And willing to accept what the Lord and the apostles actually said. For, what was said became what was written. To find all the truth available about the whole of the Lord's second coming, the judgment and the general resurrection comes down to this: Is what the Lord said more important than what one presently believes. Or is what one presently believes more important than what the Lord, Himself, said, what Paul said. At first, the question seems ludicrous until one realizes how many different beliefs among believers there are about the Lord's return, the judgment and the timing of the resurrection, despite what Jesus said. Marc asks: "why would anyone not believe in one general resurrection when the Lord Himself taught one general resurrection? Why would anyone not believe in one judgment of all people when the Lord returns?" The answer can only be because one permitted himself to be so blindly conditioned to the rapture and a literal millennial period that the return of the Lord with judgment and the resurrection of all, at once is impossible to accept. Hopefully, this work will contribute to opening some of those entrenched minds and keep others from becoming the same. Marc presently lives in Orlando Florida where he pastors Blessed Fellowship Orlando, an outreach ministry of Orlando Prayer and Worship Center, Senior Pastor Roy Futch.