By Justin Edwards
Millions of professing Christians are set to be woefully deceived 7 days from today on May 21, 2011. This is the date that false prophet Harold Camping of Family Radio has predicted the end of the world. In my article on January 4th titled May 21, 2011 and the Harold Camping Cult "Prophecy", I explained some of the heretical teachings of Camping, which have established him as a damned false teacher and cult leader. Here's a short video from Hank Hanegraff on this false prophecy:
When May 22 comes, what will his followers from the wecanknow.com cult say? Might this contribute to further apostasy leading up to 2 Thessalonians 2:3:
Let no one deceive you by any means; for that Day will not come unless the falling away comes first...
There are many other things taking place around the world that are setting the stage for Christ's return, and I think this day of deception on May 21, 2011 just might be one of them. We shall see - even so, come quickly, Lord Jesus!
If you are reading this post as one of Camping's followers, please take a moment to read the simple message of salvation at the following link - God's plan is not nearly as complicated as the false prophet Harold Camping has taught: Eternal Life
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