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Originally posted by beyondrainbow
Are you serious, dude?
Most believe 21-december-2012 at 11:11 being the exact date, or did I miss something
Originally posted by Stargate2012
reply to post by snowlord
I am not claiming as of yet it will come true. But if you read and understand the theory and esoteric connections, it will sure make you go "hmmm".
Originally posted by troubleshooter
Times and seasons are ok but exact times can not be known in advance...
...and if you think you can you are on the wrong side of the battle.
Another, Second Coming statement causing confusion and deception in the household of God is, “No one knows about that day or hour.” Jesus made this statement about the exact time of His return during the Olivet Discourse. This expression has been incorrectly interpreted by many, thinking that it means we will be unable to determine the general time of the Second Coming. The statement is clear and precise. It says, “No one knows about that day or hour.” It does not say, no one knows the general time of the Coming. As a matter of fact Scripture does indicate that we will be aware of His Coming and we will not be surprised, “as you see the Day approaching” (Hebrews 10:25). Paul also said, “But you, brothers, are not in darkness so that this day should surprise you like a thief” (1 Thessalonians 5:4).
Originally posted by adjensen
Well, this guy agrees with your date, but not with your conclusions.
ebiblefellowship.com.... You might want to coordinate with him.
Or, go full guns, like this guy 2010 Rapture and put up a whole web site! Too bad all of his calculations crumbled in the face of reality...
Jesus said that no one would know the time of the end, I don't know why people see the need to burn time and resources trying to refute his statement.