Hebrews 10:25 "Let us not give up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but let us encourage one another - and all the more as you see the Day approaching." NIV The phrase "see the Day" appears only here in the Bible. The Greek for "see" is emblepo, and 11 of the 12x in the NT one looks straightforward, usually with a look of interest, love, or concern. Jesus "looked" at the rich young man and loved him (Mk. 10:21). He later "looked" at the disciples as he discussed an important issue (Mt. 19:26; Mk. 10:27). A servant girl who thought Peter may have been associated with Jesus "looked closely" at him (Mk. 14:67). The "Day" refers to our "blessed hope" when the church is raptured. To enable the church to look straightforward to that day we must know when that day is. If that day is not revealed then we never would "see the Day approaching." To be sure one must come and correctly identify the Day of the Rapture.