Camping's Prophecy of 5.21.11 More Widespread

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  1. Marcia

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    Harold Camping's (false) prophecy of Jesus' return on May 21, 2011, is more widespread than first believed.

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  2. JTornado1

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    Didn't he once predict that Jesus was coming back in 1994?
     
  3. Marcia

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    Yes, he did. He later said he did get that wrong but now seems very sure. People still follow him despite his previous error. It's really sad.
     
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    I do believe we are living in the end times and doubtful that there will be another full generation before the prophecies are fullfilled leading to tribulation and judgement and the millenium. However, in his submission to the limitations of the flesh and the authority of His Father, Jesus denied even knowing the day nor the hour and said that no man knows: That's enough for me!
     
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    I would think by now, folks would put what Harold Camping has to say in the trash with what he has said in the past. If his prophecy isn't correct, that tells us he is a false prophet. His past track record tell us he is a false prophet.
     
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    Wow! That is the day after my wife and I will have celebrated our 50th wedding anniversary. If I really believed that the world would end the next day, I would either throw a huge and extravagant party or, well, maybe I would do nothing other than hold tight to my family and just pray, pray, pray. Hmm. Maybe some of both would be appropriate? Well, I have more than a year to plan.
     
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    Just another date nut who thinks he knows what Jesus himself doesn't even know.
     
  8. pinoybaptist

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    He says he qualified his first prophecy with a question mark indicting that he wasn't really sure then.
    But now he says he is already sure.
    I listen to him just for the fun of it, gives me a good laugh, although sometimes he gets so danged crazy like I turn off the radio.
    But Family Radio is good listening when it comes to good Christian music, though.
    Harold Camping has gone off the deep end.
    I intend to call him exactly on that day and ask him: Are you in heaven yet ?
     
  9. Jedi Knight

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    He's was suppose to return in 1988 :laugh:....same year I got saved. :thumbsup:
     

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