Thursday, May 19, 2011

About May 21st

"Submit to God's royal son, or he will become angry, and you will be destroyed in the midst of all your activities--for his anger flares up in an instant. But what joy for all who take refuge in him!"
(Psalm 2:12)

A time of wrath and global cataclysm is indeed coming. This will be when God at last ends His waiting for the unrepentant to turn and closes the door on His offer of salvation. This will be when He once and for all rids the world of the presence and effects of sin. As such, this long-withheld judgement will be the irrevocable end for all still severed from Christ, but you still have this moment, today, right now, to reconcile yourself to God through His exalted and crucified Son.

May 21st or not, the rapture and subsequent time of judgement are deadly serious and very real. For you to embrace disbelief in an idea simply because of an imitation's failure is negligent generally, but catastrophic in this case. For nothing holds as consequential and eternal ramifications as your standing with Christ and your preparation for His unpredictable return. To be lighthearted is one thing, to be flippant very much another. Please, recognize the gravity of the situation, potential miscalculation of some aside. The essence of the concern is not something to be taken lightly. May 21st or not, the rapture and subsequent judgement are eventualities that you must not find yourself on the wrong side of. Please, consider what I am telling you and be reconciled to God. Please, talk with me, ask, whatever you deem necessary, but whatever you do, don't write this off with the rest of the world's ridiculous fodder. There is nothing more important.

Please, consider and be reconciled to God. May 21st or not, the rapture is real, and judgement day an eventuality. Do not reject an idea because of the miscalculation of some. A poor painting of an apple in no way reflects the apple's true form, after all.

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