posted on Dec, 18 2008 @ 04:05 PM
Which ones? All I see in Christer prophesy are strangely worded utterences which must be interpreted/ tortured to fit events,or are so vague they
eventually sorta fit.Like 'wars and rumors of wars",wait awhile and it'll happen.But if we're in "End Times" where in the Book are cell phones
or TV or auto's or planes or ANYTHING resembling modern life?Flying locusts don't count. But in regards to web bot,the power in all of our minds
which is the operational force behind it could be what is preventing the bad from manifesting during this window of probability.
I'd like to interject. To begin, I don't know if you're being ignorant or if you really don't know, but it's not "Christer." The proper name
for the religion is "Christianity" and a person who believes in Christianity is called a "Christian."
Second, while the Bible tells of a prophet who is seeing visions of the future (with descriptions of things that show eerie parallels to things
happening today, such as it costing money to make money and even things like military helicopters (which could possibly be the locusts)) it is still
based on nothing a human can do (not at least without spiritual help). What I'm saying is, the web bot was created by a human. At least in the Bible
people had supernatural help.
As for cell phones, televisions, etc., if you lived 2,000 years ago and saw those things for the first time, how would you describe them? No matter
which language you spoke back then there was no word for "television." This brings up the locusts. If you saw a military helicopter 2,000 years ago
how would you describe it other than a locust?
I'm much more inclined to believe in a supernatural being rather than future events (which have not even happened yet and can still be influenced
before they happen), especially if these events don't happen (every Bible prophecy so far has been fulfilled) and if the person who made the
future-telling device doesn't reveal how it works and charges for its information.
Whether or not you believe in web bot or the Bible, the web bot has nothing on the prophecies in the Bible. Every Bible prophecy, again, regardless of
what you believe and what you believe about who wrote it, has come true (so far - there are ones that have yet to be fulfilled).
[edit on 18-12-2008 by Totakeke]