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Again, I do not know why Oct 21 appears to have failed, but my REST and HOPE is still in the Lord.

We are living in very interesting days, the fulfillment of the Bible itself.

The Rapture will occur in only a BLINK of an Eye so God can bring about the Rapture at the very last moment.

I wish I knew why God tarried on Oct 21 but perhaps others are correct that the Rapture will take place tonight, or even tomorrow, Sunday.

But even if nothing happens tonight, or tomorrow, the Lord is still my strength. Everything I learned I still hold to because they are the TRUTH!

Like I said, we are living in very interesting times.

May the Lord's perfect will be done!

TrueBeliever, Depart Out 85 Comments [10/29/2011 3:49:56 AM]
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Brendan Rizzo

You know what, it is useless to argue with this person. S/he even calls his/herself "TrueBeliever", so we already know s/he's never going to change his/her mind.

...And constructions like this are why the English language needs an accepted gender-neutral third-person pronoun.

10/29/2011 6:58:13 AM

Doubting Thomas

Again, I do not know why Oct 21 appears to have failed

I do. It has something to do with your god not existing, and even if he did, according to your bible, nobody knows when the end of the world will happen. Also, there's no such thing as the rapture in the bible.

If I might make a suggestion: Stop worrying & hoping for the end of the world and start living your life.

10/29/2011 6:59:32 AM

Mister Spak

"Again, I do not know why Oct 21 appears to have failed,"

I'll give you a hint:

You didn't take your meds.

10/29/2011 7:15:37 AM

Philbert McAdamia

Appears to have failed.

Who ya gonna believe - the LOOOORRRDD GAWD Ahmighty - or your lying eyes?

10/29/2011 7:26:50 AM

checkmate

I wish I knew why God tarried on Oct 21

Well, people who expect fairy tales to come true are always disappointed, so get used to it.

10/29/2011 7:28:36 AM

John

"Everything I learned I still hold to because they are the TRUTH! Except, of course, that stuff about October 21 and the previous stuff about May 21. But I'm right about everything else! Until I get proved wrong again. But then I'll still be right about all the other stuff ..."

10/29/2011 7:37:33 AM



Keep trying, maybe it will be eventually true.

10/29/2011 8:04:22 AM

TheJebusFire

Remember that part in the bible that said "none shall know the day or hour?"

Yeah, neither do I.

10/29/2011 8:20:32 AM

J. James

The entire concept of the rapture is fucking retarded and it will NEVER happen because there is no God. None of this "can't know the day or the hour" bullshit, it ain't happening PERIOD.

People that do believe it lack empathy.

10/29/2011 8:43:35 AM

Alleyprowler

A few of the posters on that thread are thisclose to admitting that their God doesn't really speak to them and the world really isn't going to end anytime soon. If they could only take that line of reasoning just a little bit farther...

10/29/2011 8:49:28 AM

Thinking Allowed

You know with all the talk of only god knows, don't these people listen to what they're saying?

10/29/2011 9:07:33 AM

Flah

I agree with Rizzo. It's been chronicled more than once that some people will continue following their beliefs when every single bit of evidence in all of observable reality contradicts them. There have been frauds generated just to show this in action. After the reveal, there are still followers who say that they don't care what these shysters say, they saw the real thing.

It's incredible how powerful the human mind can be in the face of cold stark reality.

10/29/2011 9:11:38 AM

Berny

You are wasting your life waiting for something that will never happen. You will lay on your death bed breathing your last wondering why the Rapture didn't happen. The answer is simple yet it eludes you. It won't happen because it is a fairy tale.

10/29/2011 9:27:45 AM

Justanotheratheist

I don't think October 21 failed at all. I got on a plane, sat behind someone I knew and enjoyed an intelligent conversation with him, reached my destination safely, had a very pleasant day with some friends and acquaintances, enjoyed a good lunch....

Oh, that's not what you meant, is it? Well, just as well I didn't cash in my return ticket for the 23rd October. It would have been a long fucking walk home when once again the end of times or whatever failed to materialise.

10/29/2011 9:36:38 AM

tmarcl

Maybe Jesus couldn't find any actual Christians to take up, so he decided to give you all one more chance?

Or he's not real. One or the other.

10/29/2011 9:58:19 AM

Greater Good

This is just plain sad...

10/29/2011 10:10:36 AM

pete

If TrueBeliever truly Believed, would he/she not commit suicide to hasten the process?

10/29/2011 10:35:15 AM

Headache

Delusional moron!

10/29/2011 10:38:18 AM

Anon-e-moose

"Again, I do not know why Oct 21 appears to have failed, but my REST and HOPE is still in the Lord."

Believe once, fool yourself. Believe twice, fool yourself. Meanwhile, for everyone else on Planet Reality...:



"I wish I knew why God tarried on Oct 21"

I've asked myself that, unharmed, on my still existent Planet Earth, one second after midnight 21nd October. I wonder why too. Could it be because... oh, I dunno...

...he doesn't fucking exist?!

I, as no doubt you, TrueFailure, asked yourself that exact same question, one second after 21st May; no doubt you had the same answers. Oh yes, that's right. Blessed is the mind too small for doubt. [/WH40K]

But as proved first time along...:



'I hate being right all the time.'

-Nick Abbot, LBC Radio presenter

"May the Lord's perfect will be done!"

...not! [/"Wayne's World"] >:D

Meanwhile, enjoy your Great Disappointment III, TrueFailure.

@Panz

"Read your own damned bible, specifically the part about no one being able to predict it"

Including Jesus himself:

Matthew 24:36 (emphasis added): 'No one knows about that day or hour, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father.'

Which fucks up the very beliefs of a certain Canadian fundie spam monster. If not fundie Christian doctrine itself, if Jesus isn't part of the 3-in-1, omni-omniscient Trinity [/smartarse] >:D

10/29/2011 10:38:18 AM

freako104

It appeared wrong because it was wrong. How many wrong predictions have to be made before it falls apart?

10/29/2011 11:03:17 AM

Papabear

"We are living in very interesting days, the fulfillment of the Bible itself."

Yeah, except for the fact that whenever you folks predict a "fulfillment of the Bible," it doesn't happen.

P.S. It takes more than saying it's "TRUTH" to make something actually true, TB.

10/29/2011 11:07:01 AM

Jezebel's Evil Sister

The idiots at the Depart Out website who are beating up on TrueBeliever are just as stupid, and wrong, as her/him. They all assume an air of moral superiority because they don't predict a specific date for the Rapture/End of the World. But they all believe the same superstitious crap — that Jesus is coming back, any day now. What a bunch of maroons!

10/29/2011 11:17:47 AM

Old Viking

Everything I learned I still hold to ...

I learned from my mother that I was the brightest, handsomest person in the whole wide world. I must admit, however, that I sometimes entertain doubts.

10/29/2011 12:19:25 PM

Agahnim

I would have thought people would stop taking Camping seriously after May, since that was his second failed prophecy after 1994.

10/29/2011 12:41:15 PM

Anon-e-moose

"Like I said, we are living in very interesting times."

What's it like in that river in Egypt, TrueFailure...:



...cold? Hope you've got your waterproof edition of the fairytale "The Boy Who Cried Wolf"...! >:D

10/29/2011 1:27:38 PM
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