Probably not soon enough. If you believe the bible, it says that no one but the Father knows. It will be when you least expect it -- like a thief in the night. I don't follow the bible anymore. I used to, so I remember some of this stuff. I think we are all going to have to go through seasons of drought, freezing cold, tornadoes, hurricanes and chaotic relationships for quite a bit longer. Why? Because we humans are becoming more dependent on "things" and we want satisfaction (which most of the time doesn't happen very often). Gone are the old days where most people had to lug pails of water. Also, not much land for gardening if you live in an urban area, or even the suburbs. People have become lazy. We are getting worse instead of better, so I think the end won't come for quite awhile. Our creator will give us another chance.
Maybe it's already happened, and those of us who are still here are... the Left Behind.
Woooo, mind... blown.
by Shealy Healy 9 years ago
Do you think 2010 will be the end of planet earth? Do you think life as you know it is already at the end of time? I do. I think we are headed toward a good end.Shealy Healy
by amrita persaud 9 years ago
Is the world coming to a ennd or all that saying a bunch of lies.
by Melody Trent 6 years ago
What types of natural disasters does Austin, Texas get?I am considering moving to Austin, Texas. I would like to know which natural disasters a person might be exposed to. Tornadoes? Hurricanes? Earthquake? Anything else?
by G. Diane Nelson Trotter 6 days ago
Christians have their view and reasons for it. This doesn't matter as far as salvation. Salvation is a personal relationship with Jesus Christ because He shed blood for our sins and we accepted His sacifice as a gift.1. Wouldn't it be better to be raptured prior to the...
by sooner than later 8 years ago
According to prophecy as I see it, the end is upon us. One of the last great prophecies is only five years from completion.
by Lightbearer 2 years ago
And just as it happened in the days of Noah, so it will be also in the days of the Son of Man: they were eating, they were drinking, they were marrying, they were being given in marriage, until the day that Noah entered the ark, and the flood came and destroyed them all."It was the same as...
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