Make no mistake: All the May 21, 2011 predictions come from a false prophet. Every Scripture this man cites—without exception—is twisted, mangled and butchered. The Bible warns of such "evil men and seducers" (II Tim. 3:13) specifically in our time, but like all of its other warnings, most do not heed.
According to bangordailynews.com “The real problem is not offering a date for when the Messiah will show, it’s what to do when he or she fails to show up? . . . Either the believers become deeply disillusioned and embittered, or, they find it impossible to admit that they were wrong and the entire focus of their spiritual lives becomes proving that in fact that were not wrong.”
Let's look ahead to May 22. There will have been no rapture. No great earthquake. No graves opened. No Judgment Day. The man who uttered these predictions will have only two options: admit he is a false prophet—highly unlikely—or spin events by claiming his prophecy was fulfilled in some mysterious fashion. Perhaps he will attempt to portray the hundreds of minor earthquakes that occur around the world every day as a fulfillment of his worldwide earthquake. But he will have a very difficult time explaining how other elements of his phony prophecy were fulfilled
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