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Wow.........the Harold Campers took out a full page ad in USA Today.
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 1372033:MV8xNDk0OTk0XzI0NjM2OTk1X0IzMkQ2OEUw] [quote:^Watcher^] An ad like that couldn't have been cheap! Think of the hungry children this would have fed! Surely God would favor helping the needy with this money as opposed to publishing an ad that, if it turns out to be false, would prove to be a COMPLETE waste of money! However, if it turns out to be true (won't know until Sunday, I guess) then maybe the ad encouraged someone to repent and seek Jesus as their Savior and, in so doing, be found worthy to escape before His judgement comes. In that case, it would have served a worthwhile purpose. As for me, I am ready! Any day suites me JUST FINE! [/quote] :hf: [/quote]
So i'm taking a dump at my hotel when i turn to the back of the second page of today's USA Today, and there it is. A full page ad that the world starts ending this Saturday with a 'worldwide' earthquake.
Now i don't believe this May 21st stuff, but the mere fact that an ad like this is taking up a whole page in the USA Today tells me that pieces are being moved by God, and man, to set up the end game.
To me this was a sign....figuratively, and literally.
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