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May 21, 2011 is Judgment Day, The Rapture, and The End Of All Hope.

 
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May 21, 2011 is Judgment Day, The Rapture, and The End Of All Hope. October 21, 2011 is The End

of the World by fire. "Examine yourselves, whether you be in the faith" (II Cor. 13:5)


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Cant Wait!! this world is shit with all these evil people with their materalistic minds it needs to end, its a waste dump wipe all these evil sinners and non-believers off the face of the earth so we can live in peace.
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You're a good man, ICE, but doesn't the Bible say that the "world" won't end (although there is an end to the "age")? If the world were to end, then how could Christ set up his kingdom and rule for 1,000 years?

Also, Jesus said (regarding the tribulations) that unless those days were to be cut short... there would be no flesh left on the earth. Who would be left to judge?

The "end of the age" IS here.... and although we don't know the "hour" or the "day" of His coming... we may know the year and the month if we watch the "signs".

Relax ICE. It's already been written - your destiny, mine, and everyone else's. We'll all be exactly where we were born to be, when the time comes. Have faith.
..."There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy."...

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May 21, 2011 is Judgment Day, The Rapture, and The End Of All Hope. October 21, 2011 is The End

of the World by fire. "Examine yourselves, whether you be in the faith" (II Cor. 13:5)


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Okay, i will play for a moment, what makes you so sure of this?
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Ice discovered harold camping and the rest is history.

camping's doctrine is unorthodox -- his eschatological views notwithstanding

his followers show the earmarks of a cult. this is one of the many reasons we as Christians need to maintain accountable fellowship in addition to reading our Bibles and praying

love peace and joy

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bsflag

You're all part of the same cult.
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You're a good man, ICE, but doesn't the Bible say that the "world" won't end (although there is an end to the "age")? If the world were to end, then how could Christ set up his kingdom and rule for 1,000 years?

Also, Jesus said (regarding the tribulations) that unless those days were to be cut short... there would be no flesh left on the earth. Who would be left to judge?

The "end of the age" IS here.... and although we don't know the "hour" or the "day" of His coming... we may know the year and the month if we watch the "signs".

Relax ICE. It's already been written - your destiny, mine, and everyone else's. We'll all be exactly where we were born to be, when the time comes. Have faith.
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Bravo!
Well said full of truth.
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TIMING OF IMPORTANT EVENTS IN HISTORY 11,013 BC—Creation. God created the world and man (Adam and Eve).

4990 BC—The flood of Noah's day (6023 years from creation). All perished in a worldwide flood. Only Noah, his wife, and his 3 sons and their wives survived in the ark.

7 BC—The year Jesus Christ was born (11,006 years from creation).

33 AD—The year Jesus Christ was crucified and the church age began (11,045 years from creation).

1988 AD—The 13,000th year of earth's history. This year ended the church age and began the great tribulation period of 23 years (8400 days).

1994 AD—On September 7th, the first 2300-day period of the great tribulation came to an end and the latter rain began (commencing God's plan to save a great multitude of people outside of the churches).

2011 AD—On May 21st, the rapture will occur at the end of the 8400-day great tribulation. NO ONE will become saved from eternal damnation after Friday, May 21, 2011.

On October 21st, the world will be destroyed by fire.

ONE DAY IS AS 1000 YEARS The child of God has learned from the Bible that the language of Genesis 7 has a twofold meaning: Genesis 7:4 For yet seven days, and I will cause it to rain upon the earth forty days and forty nights; and every living substance that I have made will I destroy from off the face of the earth.

Historically, as God spoke these words, there were seven days remaining for Noah, his family, and the animals to get into the safety of the ark; but spiritually (and the Bible is a spiritual book), God was speaking to all of the people of the world and was declaring that sinful mankind would have 7000 years to find refuge in the salvation provided by Jesus Christ. How can we know that? We know this is so based on what we read in 2 Peter, chapter 3:

The context of 2 Peter 3 is extremely important! In the first few verses, God refers us to the destruction of the world by the flood during Noah's day. Then we find an interesting admonition that we ought not to be ignorant of one thing, which is, 1 day is as 1000 years, and 1000 years is as 1 day. Immediately following this bit of information is a very vivid description of the end of the present world by fire.

What could God be telling us by identifying 1 day along with 1000 years?

Since we recently have discovered the Biblical calendar of history on the pages of the Bible, we find that the flood of Noah's day occurred in the year 4990 BC. This date is completely accurate (for further information on the Biblical timeline of history, please go to: www.familyradio.com). It was in the year 4990 BC that God revealed to Noah that there would be yet 7 days until the flood of waters would be upon the earth. Now, if we substitute 1000 years for each one of those 7 days, we get 7000 years. And when we project 7000 years into the future from 4990 BC, we find that it falls on the year 2011 AD.

4990 + 2011 = 7001

Note: When counting from an Old Testament date to a New Testament date, always subtract one year because there is no year zero, resulting in:

4990 + 2011 – 1 = 7000 years exactly.

The year 2011 AD will be the 7000th year from the flood of Noah's day. It will be the end of the length of time given to mankind to find grace in God's sight. This means that the time to find refuge in Christ has grown extremely short. We are only a little ways off from the year 2011 AD!

THE RAPTURE: MAY 21st, 2011

We know that the year 2011 is the 7000th year from the flood. We also know that God will destroy this world in that year. But when in 2011 will this occur?

The answer is amazing. Let's take another look at the flood account in the book of Genesis:

Genesis 7:11 In the six hundredth year of Noah's life, in the second month, the seventeenth day of the month, the same day were all the fountains of the great deep broken up, and the windows of heaven were opened.

Faithful to His Word, God did bring the flood 7 days later in the 600th year, on the 17th day of the 2nd month of the calendar aligned with Noah's lifespan. It was on this 17th day of the 2nd month that God shut the door on the ark, securing the safety of its occupants and also sealing the fate of everyone else in the world outside of the ark. They would all now certainly perish in that worldwide catastrophe.

Earlier it was mentioned that the church age came to an end in the year 1988 AD. It so happens that the church age began on the day of Pentecost (May 22nd) in the year 33 AD. Then 1955 years later, the church age came to its conclusion on May 21st, which was the day before Pentecost in 1988.

On May 21st, 1988, God finished using the churches and congregations of the world. The Spirit of God left all churches and Satan, the man of sin, entered into the churches to rule at that point in time. The Bible teaches us that this awful period of judgment upon the churches would last for 23 years. A full 23 years (8400 days exactly) would be from May 21 st, 1988 until May 21st, 2011. This information was discovered in the Bible completely apart from the information regarding the 7000 years from the flood.

Therefore, we see that the full 23-year tribulation period concludes on May 21st, 2011. This date is the exact day that the great tribulation comes to its end, and this is also the most likely landing spot for the 7000 years from the flood of Noah's day.

Keep in mind that God shut the door on the ark on the 17th day of the 2nd month of Noah's calendar. We also find that May 21 st, 2011 is the end of the great tribulation period. There is a strong relationship between the 2nd month and 17th day of Noah's calendar and May 21st, 2011 of our Gregorian calendar. This relationship cannot be readily seen until we discover that there is another calendar to consider, which is the Hebrew (or Biblical) calendar. May 21 st, 2011 happens to be the 17th day of the 2nd month of the Hebrew calendar. By this, God is confirming to us that we have a very correct understanding regarding the 7000-year timeline from the flood. May 21 st, 2011 is the equivalent date to the date when God shut the door on Noah's ark. Through this and much other Biblical information, we find that May 21 st, 2011 will be the day when God takes up into heaven His elect people. May 21st, 2011 will be the day God shuts the door of salvation on the world.

In other words, in having the great tribulation period conclude on a day that identifies with the 17th day of the 2nd month of Noah's calendar, God is without question confirming to us that this is the day He intends to shut forever the door of entry into heaven: The Bible teaches that on May 21st, 2011, only true believers elected by God to receive salvation will be raptured (taken up) out of this world to meet the Lord in the air and forever be with the Lord:

THE END OF THE WORLD: OCTOBER 21st, 2011 By God's grace and tremendous mercy, He is giving us advanced warning as to what He is about to do. May 21st, 2011 will begin this 5-month period of horrible torment for all the inhabitants of the earth. It will be on May 21st that God will raise up all the dead that have ever died from their graves. Earthquakes will ravage the whole world as the earth will no longer conceal its dead (Isaiah 26:21). People who died as saved individuals will experience the resurrection of their bodies and immediately leave this world to forever be with the Lord. Those who died unsaved will be raised up as well, but only to have their lifeless bodies scattered about the face of all the earth. Death will be everywhere.

The Feast of Tabernacles / Ingathering was said to be in the end of the year even though it was observed in the Hebrew 7th month, which is not the end of the year. The reason for this is that the spiritual fulfillment of this particular feast is the end of the world. The date October 21st, 2011 will be the last day of the Feast of Tabernacles and the last day of earth's existence.

On October 21st, 2011, God will completely destroy this creation and all of the people who never experienced the salvation of Jesus Christ along with it. The awful payment for their sinful rebellion against God will be completed by the loss of everlasting life. On October 21st, 2011, all of these poor people will cease to exist from that point forward. How sad that noble man, made in God's image, will die like a beast and perish forever.

From the book: "We Are Almost There" by Harold Camping and Brian Miller D.S.
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You're a good man, ICE, but doesn't the Bible say that the "world" won't end (although there is an end to the "age")? If the world were to end, then how could Christ set up his kingdom and rule for 1,000 years?

Also, Jesus said (regarding the tribulations) that unless those days were to be cut short... there would be no flesh left on the earth. Who would be left to judge?

The "end of the age" IS here.... and although we don't know the "hour" or the "day" of His coming... we may know the year and the month if we watch the "signs".

Relax ICE. It's already been written - your destiny, mine, and everyone else's. We'll all be exactly where we were born to be, when the time comes. Have faith.
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there is a problem with the future 1000 year teaching
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You're a good man, ICE, but doesn't the Bible say that the "world" won't end (although there is an end to the "age")? If the world were to end, then how could Christ set up his kingdom and rule for 1,000 years?

Also, Jesus said (regarding the tribulations) that unless those days were to be cut short... there would be no flesh left on the earth. Who would be left to judge?

The "end of the age" IS here.... and although we don't know the "hour" or the "day" of His coming... we may know the year and the month if we watch the "signs".

Relax ICE. It's already been written - your destiny, mine, and everyone else's. We'll all be exactly where we were born to be, when the time comes. Have faith.
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there is a problem with the future 1000 year teaching
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There's a problem with YOUR teaching!
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If the world were to end, then how could Christ set up his kingdom and rule for 1,000 years?
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I have thought for quite some time that the 1,000 years actually began at or shortly after the Day of Pentecost. For instance, in that time the Catholic Church forbade the charging of interest, then later they started selling passes to heaven in the form of dispensations. Also the start of the crusades in 1095 where Pope Urban II told those who would fight the infidels that: "All who die by the way, whether by land or by sea, or in battle against the pagans, shall have immediate remission of sins. This I grant them through the power of God with which I am invested."
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May 21, 2011 is Judgment Day, The Rapture, and The End Of All Hope. October 21, 2011 is The End

of the World by fire. "Examine yourselves, whether you be in the faith" (II Cor. 13:5)


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We all exist in a Universe that appears to contain billions of planets, and is infinitely older & vaster than the human mind can possibly even comprehend...So I honestly cannot see how you - or anyone, really - could profess to have any superior knowledge in relation to the fate of existence, or to believe in some primitive, small-minded concept of an "End". I guess humans are, for the most part, still stuck in the mindset that everything revolves around them, and that they are greater than it all.

(In truth, we are all one with all of existence, on all levels and in all dimensions, expressions & realms, but this hardly means that, in our current incarnation as mortals, we can grasp the true expanse of it all. Perhaps people should spend more time trying to expand their individual comprehension & consciousness, and less time preaching rhetoric - based on wholly insufficient knowledge & evidence - to the masses. peace )
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Christ's return will happen when we least expect it. That's what it says in the Bible.

It won't be a day that a group of people have been hyping and saying, "Christ is coming on this day. Repent now and believe us, because we are the only way to heaven."

My parents happen to be very devout Christians (Religious nutcases, my husband calls them), but despite that they don't believe a word of what this old guy is saying.
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May 21, 2011 is Judgment Day, The Rapture, and The End Of All Hope. October 21, 2011 is The End

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Ice, we are one day closer to the day you change your tune, that's all.
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If the world were to end, then how could Christ set up his kingdom and rule for 1,000 years?
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I have thought for quite some time that the 1,000 years actually began at or shortly after the Day of Pentecost. For instance, in that time the Catholic Church forbade the charging of interest, then later they started selling passes to heaven in the form of dispensations. Also the start of the crusades in 1095 where Pope Urban II told those who would fight the infidels that: "All who die by the way, whether by land or by sea, or in battle against the pagans, shall have immediate remission of sins. This I grant them through the power of God with which I am invested."
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Well the POPE no matter WHO it is at the time, has exactly NO ability to remit sins. Only the sinner can remit his sins. The POPE has never been God's representative on this earth. YOu all are GOd's representatives on this earth and it's seems a lesson that is not correctly understood.

Heaven does have reps on this earth though from the hierarchy, some invisible and some very visible.
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Uh, on the number of planets your estmate above is low. OUR universe, of Nebadon, has 3.8 million life bearing evolutionary planets. the entire creation has has bout 5.6 TRILLION life bearing evolutionary planets. These numbers to no include the number of architectural spheres in heaven either. Just the evolutionary planets.
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I'M NOT READY!!!
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Okay, enough is enough....read the Scriptures correctly or sit down!!!

Here is just one of the many numerous passages that reveal when the "second coming" of Christ was to take place. This is the context: Jesus is the speaker of this passage, and His audience is His twelve disciples who are standing in front of him (Matthew 16:5-6,13,20-21,24). Put yourself in the place of those being addressed 2,000 years ago.

Matthew 16:27-28, "For the Son of man is about to come in the glory of his Father with his angels; and then he shall reward every man according to his works. Verily I say unto you, There are some of those standing here, who in no wise shall taste of death, until they have seen the Son of man coming in his kingdom."

Notice how Jesus said that some of his disciples, who were standing right there in front of him, would not die until He came with his angels to reward every man according to his works (Revelation 22:12). But since this contradicts the belief that Jesus will come sometime in our future, many try to come up with excuses why this passage does not mean what it says.

Many refute the notion that our Savior was speaking of his disciples that were present that day. By suggesting that the Savior did not specifically state it was the individuals of his day that would be standing there, but those of another age that would be standing in the exact same spot when he appeared. But Mark also has something to say on this subject.

Mark 8:38-9:1, "Whosoever therefore shall be ashamed of me and of my words in this adulterous and sinful generation; of him also shall the Son of man be ashamed, when he cometh in the glory of his Father with the holy angels. And he said unto them, Verily I say unto you, That there be some of them that stand here, which shall not taste of death, till they have seen the kingdom of God come with power."

Mark pin-points the people that he referred to in this statement, "there be some of them that stand here" from "this generation" which shall not taste of death, This quote eliminates any doubt that Christ addressed any other than those of his generation in his day, when he spoke of the nearness of his return. We have established our point, but for the words of another witness see:

Luke 9:26-27, "For whosoever shall be ashamed of me and of my words, of him shall the Son of man be ashamed, when he shall come in his own glory, and in his Father's, and of the holy angels. But I tell you of a truth, there be some standing here, which shall not taste of death, till they see the kingdom of God."

To say that when he said "this generation," he was speaking of a generation that would be living more than 2000 years in the future at the delayed time of His second coming is preposterous. This is to accuse the Messiah of a deliberate deception. But what is more, such an interpretation is a corruption of the English language. Visualize, if you will, Christ suddenly appearing to rapture the church, and then fit this statement into the scene. Why would he need to say that some of the people living on earth at the time of the rapture would not die before he returned being as he would have already returned by that time? That is saying, "There will be some people living on earth at the time of Christ's second coming that will not die before Christ's second coming." Senseless statement, huh?abductabduct
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Well the POPE no matter WHO it is at the time, has exactly NO ability to remit sins.
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I probably didn't make myself clear, I was pointing to 1095 and the Pope's directive as evidence they had turned from God after the 1,000 years..

We are in agreement, I think, on the need for personal introspection and seeking of higher guidance.
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I'm in a cult.


I am one of the followers of

This gives me hope too.
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81 days 17:22:04


not my job to defend May 21st 2011

it's my job to warn you
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Well gee..arent YOU important...


idiot.
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Dude, pop some pills. The lord said no man shall no the day hour or time. ahole
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There's no debate.The "only" hope anyone has at this point is weather or not they are going to humble themselves before God and seek his mercy that he (God) "might" save them before May 21 2011 (end of God's salvation plan).

If you don't even place yourself in an enviroment of humility your fate will be seal...

To God be the Glory!!
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End Of All Hope
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Bullshit. Go get some more cake and relax.
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If you don't even place yourself in an enviroment of humility your fate will be seal...
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It actually means God will put you in that place of humility whether you like it or not. No one's going to sidestep the process. He's invested too much in all of this to just torch us and close the file.
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If you don't even place yourself in an enviroment of humility your fate will be seal...
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It actually means God will put you in that place of humility whether you like it or not. No one's going to sidestep the process. He's invested too much in all of this to just torch us and close the file.
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A broken and a contrite heart I (God) will not despise (listen),does not mean salvation is guarantee.However,the Bible says we are spiritually dead and only God can draw the ones he elected for salvation (none will be loss).

Gods salvation plan comes to an end on May 21 2011,we have less than 12 weeks to be in the safely of Christ..Don't fret! Remember the thief on the cross,God saved him in his last moments.This is still the day of salvation,but yet it is rapidly running out.

October 21 2011 is the end of all things and all we have ever known,the former things will be remembered no more!
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Ah, yes - the blessed amnesia rolleyes
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There's no debate.The "only" hope anyone has at this point is weather or not they are going to humble themselves before God and seek his mercy that he (God) "might" save them before May 21 2011 (end of God's salvation plan).

If you don't even place yourself in an enviroment of humility your fate will be seal...

To God be the Glory!!
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true

just time to warn folks

wake up - it's over !!
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You're a good man, ICE, but doesn't the Bible say that the "world" won't end (although there is an end to the "age")? If the world were to end, then how could Christ set up his kingdom and rule for 1,000 years?

Also, Jesus said (regarding the tribulations) that unless those days were to be cut short... there would be no flesh left on the earth. Who would be left to judge?

The "end of the age" IS here.... and although we don't know the "hour" or the "day" of His coming... we may know the year and the month if we watch the "signs".

Relax ICE. It's already been written - your destiny, mine, and everyone else's. We'll all be exactly where we were born to be, when the time comes. Have faith.
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"11" weeks left to be in the safety of Christ.It is still the day of salvation,but time is rapidly running out!

Seek God's mercy before it is too late!

To God be the Glory!!!
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"11" weeks left to be in the safety of Christ.It is still the day of salvation,but time is rapidly running out!

Seek God's mercy before it is too late!

To God be the Glory!!!
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11 weeks until unadulterated loss of credibility

I can't wait to spread my massive word of FAIL

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Re: May 21, 2011 is Judgment Day, The Rapture, and The End Of All Hope.
"11" weeks left to be in the safety of Christ.It is still the day of salvation,but time is rapidly running out!

Seek God's mercy before it is too late!

To God be the Glory!!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1052454


amen





GLP