Before his Second Coming, Jesus will return to Earth and attend the great council at Adam-ondi-Ahman in Daviess County, Missouri. There, Michael the archangel—who was the first man, Adam—will call forth all his offspring who acted as stewards of the priesthood powers delegated throughout human history. All such people will give their glory and dominion to Jesus.
Jesus will also make a private appearance before the leaders of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints—his living prophet and the Twelve Apostles. He will visit them in Zion, the city of refuge, inside which they will remain safe when Jesus pours out his wrath on all the nations.
Finally, Jesus will appear to the Jews in Jerusalem just as the combined armies of several nations are invading the city and ravaging its women. The Savior will set foot on the Mount of Olives, splitting it in two. He will then overthrow and destroy the attackers, decimating their forces, and will be seen by the Jews as their long-awaited conquering messiah.
Having earned the love, gratitude, and awe of the Jews, Jesus will then reveal to them the wounds in his hands and feet, and only then will they realize their savior is Jesus Christ. And they shall weep over their own wickedness and that of their fathers who crucified their king. Such will be the start of the great conversion of the Jews.