Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Avoid Date Setters!



"May 21, 2011: Judgement Day Rumors Spread Across the US"

I don't believe in the Rapture in the pre-trib sense anymore, but what is interesting is how date-setting is becoming more prevelant! I knew this man online who came under a false teacher, he is now deceased and probably personal health trials led him to be more easily swayed into being told he would avoid death via being raptured. His particular false pastor and teacher made a date for October 2008, this of course has gone and went. One wonder if that particular pastor's church is finally saying, "Hey wait a minute here!" but sadly that is probably doubtful and he will probably draw a new date out of a hat like so many of them keep doing including Harold Camping who has brought a new date up over and over.

The latest group has chosen May 21, 2011, they are a year ahead of those who claim it's going to end in 2012 which has become very popular out there. Of course I still remember being told while still Catholic, that the world would end in the year 2000. Many of the signs of the last days are upon us but haven't any of these folks read Mark 12:32?

But of that day and [that] hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels which are in heaven, neither the Son, but the Father.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Not until the last sheep is raised up a new creature in Christ will Christ return. Anon. #1

Anonymous said...

Someone penned a little article titled "Stamping Out Harold Camping" that is most interesting. It can be found on Google. Sara

Bible Believer said...

Thanks I'll check that out. Yes he is a false teacher too.

Steve said...

I have watched the "date setters" circus for a while now. It seems these people are somehow being encouraged to do these ridiculous things. Then when they do - they get massive national or worldwide media attention before their date - and then get made fools of when the end of the world didn't happen...

And whats the results?

The world just sees more and more "nutty" "crazy" Christians - and so more and more people fall away from, ridicule and oppose the true Gospel of Jesus Christ. Its being done on purpose, and the media is just one part of the deception.

Any time the mass media wants us to focus on something small or otherwise irrelevant in the scheme of things, such as a false prophet from Nowhereville - or some movie that glorifies kids murdering each other for entertainment (hunger games) - beware - they are trying to deceive us - they are exposing us to something they want us to see - always for us to be indoctrinated into their belief system.