Caiaphas has been dead for 2000 years??
Jesus told Caiaphas He would see Him come on the clouds Staying in harmony with everything else He said to everyone, Jesus in Matthew chapter 26 when asked if He was the Son of God, answered in a powerful way. Here is the exchange...
"But Jesus kept silent. And the high priest answered and said to Him, “I put You under oath by the living God: Tell us if You are the Christ, the Son of God!” Jesus said to him, “It is as you said. Nevertheless, I say to you, hereafter YOU WILL SEE the Son of Man sitting at the right hand of the Power, and COMING ON THE CLOUDS of heaven. Then the high priest tore his clothes, saying, “He has spoken blasphemy!" Matthew 26: 63-65
So Jesus answers Him and says that He is indeed the Son of God and that HE (Caiaphas) would see Jesus Coming on the clouds. Audience relevance! This is a record of an exchange between 2 people here. This is NOT speaking to you in 2016. So what does Caiaphas do when he hears this? He tears his robe in absolute anger and rage. Why would he do that?
He did that because He thought Jesus was speaking blasphemy against God. Caiaphas knew what Jesus was saying. He knew Jesus was equating Himself with the one true God of judgement. Caiaphas knew that the "coming on a cloud" language Jesus just used, was in harmony with how God Himself used to describe His judgments through the Old Testament prophets. Caiaphas was interpreting this language like any other Jew would. He knew what Jesus meant.
Now remember, Jesus in chapter 16 promised that they (not you) would SEE Him come on the clouds in His Kingdom before some of them died. But back in the OT prophets we find so many examples of cloud comings in judgment. One example is from the time God used the Assyrians to come into Egypt and destroy them. Look how Isaiah predicts this event a couple centuries beforehand...
"The burden against Egypt. Behold, THE LORD RIDES SWIFT ON A CLOUD, And will COME INTO EGYPT; The idols of Egypt will totter at His presence, And the heart of Egypt will melt in its midst....." Isaiah 19:1
Now did God ever literally do this? Did He literally come? Of course not. But His presence was made known in that time through the awful hands of the Assyrian armies. Just one of many examples which shows exactly why Caiaphas tore his robe and accused Jesus of blasphemy. Jesus was saying He would "come in the glory of His Father".