Monday, December 19, 2011

Dec 24 2011 is NOT the End of the World

You may have known about December 21, 2012 which is the end of the Mayan Calendar, but YouTubers say that date is wrong and insist that December 24, 2011 is THE END OF THE WORLD and they say that Jesus is coming on that date which is this Saturday. Let me remind you that Date setting is false. Just like Harold Camping and his May 21, 2011 or October 21 2011 end date because his predictions failed. YouTubers who believe the Second Coming will occur before Christmas Day will likely fail.

Jesus says "No one knows the day or the hour, but only The Father knows."

But we can know when the Second Coming is near by the signs in Daniel 2, 7, 9, 11, Ezekiel 38 and 39, Psalm 83, Jeremiah 4, Matthew 24, and Revelation 6-20.

One world Government - FEMA camps already set up and staffed for those who oppose and reject the mark. Guillotines are probably set up there.

One world Currency - The Euro is now useless. RFID ink tattoos is being implemented sometime soon.

One world religion - Chrislam as mentioned by Jack Van Impe.

On December 24, 2011, I will give out some events that are connected to Bible Prophecy.

In the Mayan Calendar, when a baktun (Mayan year = 394 Gregorian Years) ends a new baktun begins. New Age theories believe that this Earth and the Human Race will undergo some supernatural/spiritual transformation. That's a myth.

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