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SACRAMENTO COUNTY, CA - Billboards bearing the date May 21, 2011, as the day the world will end have popped up all across Sacramento County. "The billboard indicates that Christ is returning, which all Christians believe in that," said John Ralich. The billboard reads: "Joy to the world. The Lord is coming. May 21, 2011." "How they arrived at that date, I have no clue. If it is true that Christ is coming, it would be the end of the world," said Ralich. The billboard also lists radio station 88.1 FM FamilyRadio.com. News10 tried to reach ministry leader Harold Camping at Family Radio Worldwide, based in Oakland, but he was not available. However, News10 learned Camping calculated the May 21 date based on his reading of the Bible. He also broadcasts over the airwaves every evening, talking about May 21, 2011. Some argue May 21 is judgement day. Ralich, who owns and operates Silver Star Motors, the Carmichael business right across the street from a billboard on Fair Oaks Boulevard, said, "The date is May 21, 2011, which doesn't mean much to me at all. It's just another day. If the Bible had record of that, then I would pay attention to it." Ralich does believe in Judgment Day. "It'll be totally different than what this billboard is indicating right now," Ralich said. Ralich said Camping and his group have posted other billboard messages before. In fact, they've posted one other judgment date in the past that has not panned out.
Originally posted by philosearcher
This seems very odd, is it a promotion for a movie? I will be sure to keep an eye out for anything like this but most of our billboards are for McDonalds around here...Go figure.
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Originally posted by ruffagii
Recently i have been seeing these "May 21 2011 Judgement day" billboards all over Houston and I-10 area, could not read the details though
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!
It is not unusual that God’s people have been given insight into the timing of the end of the world. Actually, the Bible tells us this is normally the case. In times past, God has warned His people of approaching periods of judgment:
Amos 3:7 Surely the Lord GOD will do nothing, but he revealeth his secret unto his servants the prophets.
Hebrews 11:7 By faith Noah, being warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with fear, prepared an ark to the saving of his house; by the which he condemned the world, and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith.
JUDGMENT DAY: MAY 21st, 2011
Originally posted by the_0bserver85
This is some SERIOUS religious cult fanatic propaganda sh1t ..... even some Chinese newspapers have talked about this ..... now they are even put on big billboards arong the country. Make me think that something is up.....people sit tight and enjoy a wild ride (Hopefully this ride will be like those in Six-Flags-Mountain).