Many people who are not christians have taken our preaching seriously into account, and this is because we have more than two thousand years saying that Christ is coming soon, and that is where they start vociferously against us or creating arguments that judge us severely about why if Christ comes soon, so much time has passed and He has not come yet, and this is where many say that these preachings are the same as a fairy tale or the story of Santa Claus.
The important thing here is that Jesus never promised that He would come on a specific date but said that it would come one day and of course, that day is soon, soon because God is God and we are human, so the time factor for God is not as for us, it is so different, because if you think about it carefully you will realize that we get tired of waiting very easily.
It is true, we have some time preaching that Christ is coming and He has not yet come, but it is also true that we have not given any date of when His coming will be.
Apparently at that time the apostles also received certain confrontations about the coming of Christ from some type of group that hated christianity and the brothers who gathered felt cornered, for which Peter writes in his second letter:
9 The Lord is not slack concerning His promise, as some count slackness, but is longsuffering toward us, not willing that any should perish but that all should come to repentance.
2 Peter 3:9
The Lord is not slow in fulfilling what He has promised, but let us remember that the divine plan has been written from before the foundation of the world and that for Christ to come everything that God has predestined must be fulfilled, that is, there are still many people to be saved, people that God Himself has chosen and are not yet christians, even people of those who say that Christ will not come and that our preaching is futile.
Let us be patient and continue to preach to all lungs that someday Christ will come for us.