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If the prognosticators are right, I may not be around tomorrow. FamilyRadio.com says this:   “The Bible guarantees that tomorrow [that’s today, the 20th of May] is the last day before the Rapture. After very careful study of the Bible, we have come to the understanding that about 35 year…
By Seth Barnes
By Seth Barnes
If the prognosticators are right, I may not be around tomorrow. FamilyRadio.com says this:
 
“The Bible guarantees that tomorrow [that’s today, the 20th of May] is the last day before the Rapture. After very careful study of the Bible, we have come to the understanding that about 35 years ago, God began opening the true believers’ understanding of the timeline of history…”
 
Apparently, there are a number of signs of the end coming, among them, gay pride.
The end of the world is October 21.

So, if I blog tomorrow, I’m either a heretic or they are.
 
If you’re still here, please let me know I’m not alone. Otherwise, I’ll see you on the other side.

Comments (20)

  • So this may be my last comment…if the Sola Scriptura folks have correctly calculated the truth. What will happen if we’re all still here on Sunday? Would you admit you’re wrong or, maybe, quietly go away?

  • every generation is the last, we can only do our best to be prepared, so.. guess what, be prepared everyday to be your last..

  • I call dibs on all your cool stuff. And your anti-zombie weapons. Gonna need those come Monday.

  • This stuff brings back memories of church camp, guitars, and everyone singing “I wish they’d all been ready”. So if I’m really honest this scared-into-heaven stuff stirs up a lot of emotions.

  • What’s going oooooon!!!! And why does it matter? If we are truly following Christ then how will our actions be so different anyway? Also, if people truly believed the end is coming, shouldn’t they be more tactful about letting other people know?

  • Just had this same conversation the other night at dinner (including the reference to “I wish we’d all been ready…” )

    Best comments ever.

    See you Sunday!

  • I’m ready, either way. Dear saints, let’s remember that these are family members who may well need our mercy and prayers come May 22.

  • So, he applies 2 Peter 3:8 to Genesis 7:4, indicating that the 7 days of flooding actually = the destruction of the world 7,000 years later.

    Wat?

  • Well by his own logic and the verses he picked it should still be raining….40,000 years of rain if one day of God’s equals 1000 years. But maybe the “God-math” only applies to the beginning of the verse?

    I’m not going to sleep tonight. I want to be awake for this! Can someone tell me which time zone we are working off of for the Rapture?

    And thanks for that reminder Mark! I unfortunately admit that would not have been my first thought come May 22nd if I hadn’t read your comment.

  • @Gladys. “gay pride” means that the GLbT community speaks openly about their orientation. For those of us who have been left behind today, I would encourage you to check out canyonwalkerconnections.com Kathy feels this community should not be banned from church anymore than say obese people or women without head coverings. Please note that
    These comments are mine and may not be shared by others in this blog.

  • Scott,

    No, you’ve still got a few hours to get your act together. I’m not sure how they figured this out, but the rapture happens at 5 pm EST.

    I’d love to see these guys broadcasting themselves as the hour approaches.

  • Maybe, you both are. He may be wrong about the date but at least he’s not promoting occult beliefs and practices (at least, not that I know of).

  • If the house got too quiet when I was little, I would immediately think everyone had been raptured. In a house filled with at least 9 people, complete silence meant doomsday had occurred.

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