Wednesday, May 25, 2011


Well Harold Camping was wrong again, the world did not end Saturday at 6 pm. as he had predicted.  Now he's moved his prediction up to October of this year, but since he's been wrong at least twice before, I'm not sure many people will be taking him seriously this time around.  Any one who's actually read the Bible should know, you don't have to look for a hidden code, since it plainly states in 1 Thessalonians 5:2 that God's day is "coming exactly as a thief in the night"  and Mark 13:32 says, "Concerning that day or the hour nobody knows, neither the angels in heaven nor the Son, but the Father."  So if the angels and God's own son do not know the day or hour, then I think it's a pretty safe bet that no one on earth can predict the end of the world with any accuracy. 

Speaking of which, this whole 2012 thing with the Mayan calendar and Nostradamus predictions can hardly be taken seriously.  Nostradamus writings are extremely vague and could be interpreted to fit just about anything.  As for the Mayans, their entire civilization became extinct.  If they were so great at predicting the future, wouldn't you think they'd have seen that coming?  I don't pretend to know when the world will end, but one thing I'm pretty certain of, it's least likely to end on any day that any of these people are predicting. 

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