Judgment Day the world is ending on May 21, 2011 or is it?

Posted: May 18, 2011 in dystopian times
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 So most of you might have heard by now that there is a religious group blanketing the country or at least the West Coast with a singular message, Judgment Day is coming and it’s May 21, 2011. This group has done some interesting math based upon their interpretation of the bible and have come up with 2011 as the date for Judgment Day which is 4099 years after the floods of Noah. The main gist of their hypothesis is the following:

The context of 2 Peter 3 is extremely important! In the first few verses, God refers us to the destruction of the world by the flood during Noah’s day. Then we find an interesting admonition that we ought not to be “ignorant” of one thing, which is, 1 day is as 1000 years, and 1000 years is as 1 day. Immediately following this bit of information is a very vivid description of the end of the present world by fire. What could God be telling us by identifying 1 day along with 1000 years? 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 http://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.

And finally, they come to the date of May 21, 2011 through the following logic:

On May 21st, 1988, God finished using the churches and congregations of the world. The Spirit of God left all churches and Satan, the man of sin, entered into the churches to rule at that point in time. The Bible teaches us that this awful period of judgment upon the churches would last for 23 years. A full 23 years (8400 days exactly) would be from May 21 st, 1988 until May 21st, 2011. This information was discovered in the Bible completely apart from the information regarding the 7000 years from the flood. Therefore, we see that the full 23-year tribulation period concludes on May 21st, 2011. This date is the exact day that the great tribulation comes to its end, and this is also the most likely landing spot for the 7000 years from the flood of Noah’s day.

So, if this all makes complete and total sense to you and you think that the bible, a book written well after Christ’s death is accurate to the day, and all of this groups assumptions are correct. Then I guess you have to also accept that God left us all in 1988, I mean the 80’s were bad, but I don’t think they were so bad God abandoned us. But, if you think that makes sense my friends, then go to church, confess your sins and clean your soul so you can join in the rapture. In fact, that makes a ton of sense, just take an hour or so as a precaution, because let’s say they are right. If they are you get to go to Heaven while us heathens are left here to fight the forces of the Devil in the great battle of Armageddon. So if you aren’t going to church on Saturday to confess your sins, you best be out buying ammo!

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  1. Well written and received. Thank you

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