Monday, May 23, 2011

False Prophecy?

There was no doubt that Harold Camping was wrong about a rapture on May 21, 2011. The reasons for him being wrong were numerous and obvious. First, he didn't really focus on the Second Coming of Messiah, but rather this "rapture" concept. There is no mention of the word rapture in the Bible. Second, Y'hshuwah clearly and distinctly stated that no man knew the date or the hour. Third, I posted last week, that his math was beyond questionable. Fourth, the date he claimed to correlate with Scripture was Friday, the 20th of May. So, whether believer or skeptic, I guess everyone but his followers knew there would be no grand exit of people, Saturday. You know, not to mention Sabbath is G-d's day of rest . . . But what if Harold Camping was only wrong about the date of his proclaimed rapture? What if we are facing judgment? Our basic food supply has been either blighted by drought or washed way by flood waters. That's right, a great portion of America's farmland is not producing this year, from the wheat crop to the rice and cotton crops. Not only that, but the drought has also caused poor pastures and ranchers are simply getting out of the beef business. To go a step further, there is weather of Biblical proportion going on in many places. I very clearly heard G-d tell me to warn about "cloud seeding." Cloud seeding is man playing god and altering the weather pattern. We need to stop, the alterations are devastating!
. . . he is gone forth from his place to make thy land desolate; and thy cities shall be laid waste . . . Prophet of Holy Scripture
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