End of The World

Harold Camping Predicts

May 21 will be Judgement Day

Why oh why does the world have to be ending so soon when there are so many great shows on the History Channel about Armageddon, and the battles of God vs. Devil?  There has been a lot of buzz surrounding the predictions made by Harold Camping that May 21 of 2011 will be Judgement Day.  Call it what you want – Judgement Day, Doomsday, The Rapture, The Apocalypse – the main reason for Camping’s movement to notify true Christians of the date is the second coming of Jesus.  There are no words used here on earth that will be able to describe what it will be like when Jesus returns to earth, so we should just stop trying.  Perhaps that’s why there are so many describe the very same event.

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The History Channel is just following the God During The End of Timesexcitement leading up to May 21 2011, as they’re not the only ones who are curious to see if Harold Camping’s prophecy is correct.  What do YOU think?  I really enjoy getting feedback on the topic, because the readers of this blog have appeared to be very enthusiastic and passionate about the topic.

End of the World predictions have come and gone in the past, but Harold Camping has done his work to prove his interpretation of Bible scripture that points to the specific date of the Rapture.  The bible does not specifically mention the date “May 21 2011” in scripture, but explains that Jesus will return to earth for 5 months starting exactly 7000 years after the original flood waters, spurring Noah to build his Arc, started.

While the followers of Christ will be saved the Rapture on May 21 2011, whether they believe Harold Camping’s prediction, the majority of the people on Earth will be left behind during the End Times and endure 5 months of torment before the actual End of the World.

The Date of The World’s End; October 21 2011

The bible states that Jesus will rule over Earth for 5 months during the End Times before the World comes to an end.  According to Harold Camping at Family Radio, the Earth will actually no longer exist after October 21, because God will destroy his original creation.  Those left behind to experience the End of Days will beg for death due to the torment they will face during the battle of Armageddon.  Satan will challenge Jesus one last time during the End of Days, as described in the Book of Revelations.

Churches will fill with those who will want to be saved by Jesus after the Rapture, but it will be too late for most.  The few exceptions need not even be mentioned now since they will be so rare, but those who previously did not believe in Jesus will quickly realize his greatness.  During the End times natural disasters, nuclear radiation, and flooding will take hold of major cities and densely populated areas to an extent never before seen or documented.  Food, safe drinking water and shelter will become scare, and rationing supplies will spawn violence, driving humans apart from each other.  The End of Days will be Hell on Earth for those left behind during the Rapture.  Where will you be after May 21 2011?

 

 

 

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7 Responses to End of The World

  1. T. J. Garrison says:

    You need to reference your claim. Just where in the Bible does it say anything about 5 months? You didn’t say “someone else says…”. YOU made the statement. Document that, please. I’ve never read it, but I may have missed it. Where does it say that in the Bible? Inquiring minds want to know. Thanks.

    • admin says:

      Google is great place for you to start doing research on things that you have no clue about. Why question it if you haven’t read it? In the book of revelations, you can find references to the period of torment here. Revelation 9:3-5

  2. Ashma says:

    umm..well this Camping guy was wrong on 1994. how can you say he is correct now? most likely he is wrong.

  3. Maria says:

    Um, I don’t know but it seems to me that if Noah was spurred to build the “Arc” when the flood started, it would have been a little late….it had to be all ready to go when the waters started to rise… The truth is, from the Bible, that God told Noah to build the ark, Noah was not spurred to build it when the flood waters started.

    In Genesis 6:13,14 we read “And God said unto Noah, The end of all flesh is come before me; for the earth is filled with violence through them; and, behold, I will destroy them with the earth. Make thee an ark of gopher wood; rooms shalt thou make in the ark, and shalt pitch it within and without with pitch.” And then in chapter 7, verse 7 we read “And Noah went in, and his sons, and his wife, and his sons’ wives with him, into the ark, because of the waters of the flood.” So we see that he went into the ark when the flood started…you should get your Bible facts straight…

  4. David Kavich says:

    I wonder how Camping and his supporters can think they can just ignore the preponderance of scripture? We know that a prophet who is wrong only once is false; that no one will know the date of the end time; and that MANY things that have not happened will have to happen first. It’s not about the money? Then I wonder what it IS about? It’s not about the word of God, not from the Holy Spirit, not about what is going to happen in a few days — because it isn’t going to happen then. There is MY prediction. I wonder what this false prophet will say on May 22nd? “Oops!?” Maybe it is about fame, power, megalomania — or just happening to be a minion of the father of lies, knowingly or not. God, His Word, and what happens are ALWAYS in agreement. Always will be.

  5. Darlene says:

    OK, Now. There are 2 groups of Religions: One group is Man made and the Others are Divine Revelation.

    The Monotheistic Religions of today are Judaism, Christianity and Islam. They have received Divine Revelation from Same Source, God in Heaven. Now, Jews have been receiving Revelation from above since at least 6000 years. To date, Jews still expect a Messiah, the promised One.
    He came 2 thousand years ago and they REJECTED him (Jesus).
    Six hundred years AFTER Jesus, Mohamed came to testify that all previous Messengers were from ONE GOD and ALL preached Islam, Monotheism, (believe in One God only).
    However, Jews and Christens of today, reject each other, and the last message, that has been sent down through Gabriel, the same angel responsible to deliver the Message from God in Heaven. In spite of their rejection Last Message intended to come as completion to whole Revelation from the very first one. Every Revelation is , like a segment, some thing to be finely completed. So, today we have a book called, Bible. This Bible contains 73 books., a compilation gathered from what have been sent to Jews and Christens, time after time. This Book is full of controversies. Jews and Christi-ens plagiarised and corrupted Revelation.

    If Jesus is God, will you explain this Bible verse? “The Father is greater than I.” – John 14:28

    “But in vain do they worship me, teaching for doctrines the commandments of men.” – Mark 7:7

    “I do nothing of myself” – John 8:28

    neither came I of myself, but he sent me. – John 8:42

    “And behold one came and said to him, Good teacher, what good things shall I do that I may have eternal life? So he said, “Why do you call me good?
    NO ONE is good but One, and that is God alone. But if you want to ENTER INTO ETERNAL LIFE FOLLOW THE 10 COMMANDMENTS.” – Matthew 19:16-17

    “Hear, O Israel; The Lord OUR God is one Lord, and you shall worship Him with all your strength and all your might and all your soul and all your heart.” – Mark 12:29

    After all this that I have presented to you, lets see what is in the Final Testament , Final Revelation to Humakind.The Book called Qur’an, meaning,( Something to be read.)

    In this Book we read that All other revelations that came to Nobel Messengers are truth. And what THEY teached in their life time is Truth. We read that there is a Heaven and Hell. We read on the “Human Embryonic Development. ”
    We Read on Big Bang, “The Origin of the Universe. Let us see what Dr. Professor Alfred Kroner, Geiligist from Germany, say on this findings from Qur’an.

  6. DiDi says:

    I absolutely believe Marie. The FIRST and ORIGINAL Bible was called the TORAH. NO where in the original Bible (or Torah) did it indicate that 1) Jesus was a god and would “come back again”. He was a Prophet. A Jewish prophet. He died on a cross…end of story.
    If you read prophets and then compare the events over the last 50 years or so, you would see what is REALLY been “stated as” the Messiah. Pick up a Torah or ORIGINAL Bible and read…you will find your answers there.
    The term “prophets” in the Torah stems from the Hebrew word “nabi” meaning a person who serves as a channel of communication between the human and god and vice versa. In the Former Prophets the word is used as the “preferred title for people who were considered legitimate communication links between the human and” god as a means of god to communicate with and reach out to his people in a perceivable manner, in Hebrew ‘tongue’. Where in the Latter Prophets, the term is used less frequently and often refers to “prophetic figures“ as narrators of visions.
    In 1st Samuel prophets are also referred to as “prophetic seers”, those who communicated with God through visions, dreams or divinations. A prophet is also referred to as a “man of God” in 1st Kings with Elijah and Elisha. Many prophets stemmed out of groups of trained pious professionals who earned their living as religiously and ritually most “clean” and devout prophet candidates, as did Samuel in 1st Kings and Elijah and Elisha in 2nd Kings who also belonged to a kind of “guild” of holy men ready to be prophets.
    Prophets in the Torah are seen most frequently during the time of the monarchy. They appear less frequently in the “premonarchic period” prior to the appearance of kings.
    Prophets were “king makers” and most often their moral counterparts in that they often chose, anointed and uttered prophecies about the possible downfall of an impious king as seen in Saul (1st Samuel).

    Former Prophets
    In 586 BCE, the Israelites lost the land to the Babylonian conquerors. The books (Joshua, Judges, 1st & 2nd Samuel, 1st & 2nd Kings) contain the narratives that begin immediately after the death of Moses with the divine appointment of Joshua as his successor, who then leads the people of Israel into the Promised Land.
    The books of the Former Prophets describe a time that includes: (1) Joshua’s conquest of the land of Canaan (in the Book of Joshua), (2) the emergence of the “people of Israel” as independent states during the “premonarchic” period of the judges (in the Book of Judges), (3) when kings replaced judges as rulers in the monarchic period (in the books of 1st & 2nd Samuel and 1st & 2nd Kings) with the anointing of Saul in 1st Samuel.
    The monarchic period of the Former Prophets can be further divided into the (A) United Monarchy during the time of King David (2nd Samuel) and the reign of King Solomon (1st Kings), (B) the Divided Monarchy in 1st Kings when the kingdoms are divided into the Northern Kingdom of Israel and the Southern Kingdom of Judah (1st Kings).
    It accounts for the fall of the capitol of the Northern Kingdom, Samaria, to the Assyrian empire in 1st Kings and then (C) only the kingdom of Judah remained until the fall of its capitol Jerusalem to the Babylonians (2nd Kings).

    I. Joshua
    The Book of Joshua (Yehoshua יהושע) contains a history of the Israelites from the death of Moses to that of Joshua. After Moses’ death, Joshua, by virtue of his previous appointment as Moses’ successor, receives from God the command to cross the Jordan. In execution of this order Joshua issues the requisite instructions to the stewards of the people for the crossing of the Jordan; and he reminds the Reubenites, Gadites, and the half of Manasseh of their pledge given to Moses to help their brethren.

    The book essentially consists of three parts:
    The history of the conquest of the land (1-12).
    The allotment of the land to the different tribes, with the appointment of cities of refuge, the provision for the Levites (13-22), and the dismissal of the eastern tribes to their homes.
    The farewell addresses of Joshua, with an account of his death (23, 24).
    II. Judges
    The Book of Judges (Shoftim שופטים) consists of three distinct parts:

    The Introduction (1:1-3:10 and 3:12) giving a summary of the book of Joshua
    The Main Text (3:11-16:31), discussing the five Great Judges, Abimelech, and providing glosses for a few minor Judges
    The Appendices (17:1-21:25), giving two stories set in the time of the Judges, but not discussing the Judges themselves.
    III. Samuel
    The Books of Samuel (Shmu’el שמואל) consists of five parts:
    The period of God’s rejection of Eli, Samuel’s birth, and subsequent judgment (1 Samuel 1:1-7:17)
    The period of the life of Saul prior to meeting David (1 Samuel 8:1-15:35)
    The period of Saul’s interaction with David (1 Samuel 16:1-2 Samuel 1:27)
    The period of David’s reign and the rebellions he suffers (2 Samuel 2:1-20:22)

    An appendix of material concerning David in no particular order, and out of sequence with the rest of the text (2 Samuel 22:1-24:25)
    A conclusion of sorts appears at 1 Kings 1-2, concerning Solomon enacting a final revenge on those who did what David perceived as wrongdoing, and having a similar narrative style. While the subject matter in the Book(s) of Samuel is also covered by the narrative in Chronicles, it is noticeable that the section (2 Sam. 11:2-12:29) containing an account of the matter of Bathsheba is omitted in the corresponding passage in 1 Chr. 20.

    IV. Kings
    The Books of Kings (Melakhim מלכים) contains accounts of the kings of the ancient Kingdom of Israel and the Kingdom of Judah, and the annals of the Jewish commonwealth from the accession of Solomon until the subjugation of the kingdom by Nebuchadnezzar and the Babylonians (apparently a period of about four hundred and fifty-three years). Kings synchronize with 1 Chronicles 28 – 2 Chronicles 36:21. While in the Chronicles greater prominence is given to the priestly or Levitical office, in the Kings greater prominence is given to the royal office.
    Latter Prophets
    The Latter Prophets of the Hebrew Bible (or the Tanakh) include the books named after individual prophets. They follow books of the Former Prophets of Joshua, Judges, 1st and 2nd Samuel, 1st and 2nd Kings. The Latter Prophets include the “Major” prophets of Isaiah, Jeremiah and Ezekial and “Minor” prophets or “The Twelve” books of Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah and Malachi.[6]
    The activities included in the books of the prophets describe their experiences as “ecstatic prophecies” or spiritual possession and cultic prophecies dealing with ancient shrines and worship centers (note: “cultic” is not used in the sometimes negative modern interpretation but meaning practice of rituals and worship). The prophets talked about politics and war. The prophets activities also included guild memberships meaning they were either members of a certain class or of a “prophetic guild”.

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