The Rapture May 21st 2011?

I kept coming across posts on youtube about The Rapture beginning on May 21st 2011 (and October 21st, God would destroy the world). But with every video I watched, NOT ONE explained how this dates were determined. Can anyone explain the dates? And where in the Bible it says this?
YEY I found one… a crack-pot that is LOL @BilbleBeliever (obviously a Harold Camping follower) Notice how he/she still can’t explain how the date was determined LOL… pathetic.

18 Responses to “The Rapture May 21st 2011?”

  1. Old Timer Too Says:

    The 2011 end times prediction is a belief held by followers of Harold Camping that the Rapture will take place on May 21, 2011 and that the end of the world as we know it will take place five months later on October 21, 2011. These predictions were made by Camping, president of the Family Radio Christian network, who claims the Bible as his source. Believers claim that around 200 million people (approximately 3% of the world’s population) will be raptured.

    In 2010, Marie Exley of Colorado Springs made news by purchasing advertising space in her locality, promoting the alleged Rapture date on a number of park benches. Since then, ‘Judgment Day’ billboards have been erected at locations across the world. Some people have adorned their vehicles with the information.

    On October 27, 2010, Family Radio launched "Project Caravan". Five RVs arrayed with reflector lettering that declare that Judgment Day begins on May 21, 2011 were sent out from their headquarters in Oakland, California, to Seattle, Washington. Upon arrival, teams are sent out to distribute tracts. So far, the caravan has made stops in cities in Oregon, California, South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, Texas, Florida, Maryland, and other states.

    These predictions have been largely rejected by mainstream Christianity. In the Bible, Jesus proclaims that not even the angels of heaven know the time of his return, only God.

    The thing is like many other predictions made by Harold Camping — it is hype and not much else. None have ever come about and he ignores his own source: the Bible where Jesus plainly teaches that man isn’t going to know or figure it out. Too bad Camping never told Jesus that he knew.

    Wikipedia (a place to start research) has a brief article on him and his group: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harold_Camping

  2. Twunt Says:

    i agree
    people are fcking mental

  3. Uncle Thesis Says:

    NOT in Bible.
    Hot air.

  4. Spermy Says:

    The bible doesn’t say that. People are just making guesses so they can look cool. My question is in the end, what do you say? "I told you so!"

  5. Pentex Says:

    There’s no valid explanation because it’s ridiculous nonsense.

  6. OO Says:

    They pulled it out of their bums and twits on the Internet gobbled it up.

  7. Tom Murray Says:

    It was burnt onto a piece of toast!

  8. Phirry Says:

    I was reading on the website of the guy that made that prediction. He says that he is "100% positive without a doubt" that god will be coming back on that day.

    I’m 100% positive that I’m going to troll that site so hard on the 22nd.

  9. Clint Says:

    It has something to do with that crazy baffoon John wrote while reflecting on Vesuvius’ eruption and the Roman Empire, I think.

  10. Hachidan Hamada Says:

    This is another hoax by Reverend Harold Camping who made another such prediction years ago. The other one was wrong, and so is this one. He has no logical basis for his silly predictions.

  11. mia delight Says:

    I was visiting St. Augustine last week and I saw two guys with tee shirts that… in bold black letters declared that date as Judgment day. It must be true, tee shirts never lie.

  12. noone Says:

    One person made that prediction. It is not Biblical. People who name dates for the event have always been wrong and this guy will be too. Just wait until May 22 and don’t worry about it. Actually it could happen today, tomorrow or anytime. It won’t be the end of the world. Just the end of the age that precedes 7 years of hell on earth.

  13. Tuberoot Says:

    I don’t know either. I look at the Jewish calendar, and nothing seems to be happening that day concerning religious holy days. I think God is the God of "Set Times" (which is an alternate translation for the word "Feast").

    Also, according to God’s wod and how I’ve been taught it, we still have some pretty major things taking place in the future (though I think it’s the near future), which would not support God destroying the world any time soon.

    i.e. The Great Tribulation, the Millennium, the time it takes for Satan to convince a people to war one more time against Jesus after that 1000 year period.

  14. BibleBeliever Says:

    The date(s) are hidden within the bible. It does not say in the Bible: "May, 21 2011", rather the date is derived by careful reading and comparing of scripture. In particular, understanding the Biblical calendar and God’s use of numbers. No one can uderstand it though unless God gives them understanding and God says that the unsaved will not understand (Daniel12:10).
    For more imformation about how the Bible teaches this I suggest going to http://www.familyradio.com and reading the free book "We Are Almost There" and other free books. Also:
    http://www.wecanknow.com
    http://www.ebiblefellowship.com
    http://www.latterrain.com

    God has given many proofs from His word so that we can know that this is accurate.
    May God lead you to truth and bless you before May 21!

  15. Ben Eibhinn traipseman Says:

    Jesus said no man will know the day, so Camping can’t be right. Jesus did say there were signs of the End Times, and gave some teaching on the signs. There are also other prophecies in New Testament and Old Testament books, some pretty tough I think to interpret. So you can know when the "times are coming" but not specifically. But someone predicting a specific date is actually going against what Jesus said.

  16. Britanie S Says:

    Load. Of. Hogwash!

    I have one question for this so called "Bible-Believer". What about in Revelations where it gives a specific length of time of tribulations (whether you interpret the rapture before or after is irrelevant) as 7 years. So, maybe YOU should be the one to study the Bible.

  17. 35 Says:

    Yes. There are too many Bible passages to post here. Search May 21st, 2011, Judgment Day, and look at sites that list all of the Bible passages that show this. It has been revealed from the Bible, in these end times, that Judgment Day is May 21st, 2011. On that day there will be a rapture of true believers and a massive worldwide earthquake that will open all graves and expose their contents to shame the unsaved. It will end with world annihilation (God destroying it with fire) on October 21st, 2011. In between those dates it will be utter sadness and horror and no salvation for the unsaved left behind.

    Pray now for mercy and salvation and forgiveness while there is still time and read the Bible, it is the infallible Word of God:

    Romans 10:17 So then faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the Word of God.

    We can know the times:

    Amos 3:7 Surely the Lord GOD will do nothing, but he revealeth his secret unto his servants the prophets.

    Matthew 24:37 But as the days of Noe were, so shall also the coming of the Son of man be.

    Noah was given two time references: one of 120 years, and one of 7 Days…7 days:

    2 Peter 3:7 But the heavens and the earth, which are now, by the same word are kept in store, reserved unto fire against the day of judgment and perdition of ungodly men.
    2 Peter 3:8 But, beloved, be not ignorant of this one thing, that one day is with the Lord as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day.

    The flood occurred on 4990 b.c….7000 years from then (no year zero) is 2011.

  18. Karla Says:

    Would it make a difference if you knew the date of the end. Our not knowing the exact time gives us opportunity to show that we serve God out of pure motives. Those who know Jehovah realize that a last minute display of zeal will not impress God, who sees what the heart is. Jeremiah 17:10; Hebrews 4:13. at an hour that you do not think to be it, the Son of man is coming. Matthew 24:44
    Keep on the watch…..because you know neither the day nor the hour. Matthew 25:13 It will not be late. Habakkuk 2:3

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