In Judaism there is no second coming because the Holey One is everywhere. Moreover, in the Torah , when Moses questions G-d on how he should
approach the Egyptian King, he is told: Tell him that the Children of Israel are My Oldest Child. Since, when G-d answered Moses's request to see him by saying he would show his back but no man can see his face and live, these comments may be interpreted as follows: Since G-d has no physical form his back has the only interpretation as the "past history" and his face is the "future history". The reason Man cannot see his face is because the future involves every possible extension of the present time that can occur because of the future choices of every human when a decision must be made. G=d is not a man who can be surprised and aggravated by wrong decisions that are often called sins.In any event it is clear that the mental burden of seeing all possible futures would destroy a persons life.