So many things to do already…. And now with judgment day or rapture looming on May 21st, I have even less time to catch up. It seems like we should get more advance warning on this stuff. Well, okay, maybe we did – about 2000 years. I just found out though the exact date through listening to Coast-to-Coast AM, even though they seem to be metaphorically speaking washing their hands of the matter.
So, what do you do in your final days? Either I don’t really have any pending issues I want to attend to, or I’m not a true believer. The radio show, which made this prediction, http://www.familyradio.com/ subsists solely on donations. George Noory of Coast-to-Coast, made the comment that he was asked to contribute on a monthly basis. Would that not negate the prediction on several levels? Wouldn’t you want a donation up front if judgment day were at hand? And then on the other hand would money really matter? With less than two months, I think I would just use my charge card for all it was worth, not for anything materialistic but for some final experiences.
The first time I faced the end of time and judgment story, I was eight. A good meaning relative wanted to save my soul. I spent many nights waking up in fear of fiery lake and brimstone nightmares rushing to my parent’s bed. I switched churches, which made me not quite saved in the right manner. Even through my teenage years I spent some nights waiting for Jesus’ return through the clouds to pronounce some horrible punishment. When I did finally see Jesus he came in a totally different manner, always laughing and holding out a glass of lemonade for me.
The last time I faced a possible end scenario I was told I had cancer and that it was probably in my blood stream since I had waited such a long time to take care of it. I went to a physician thinking I had an unsightly wart or something of that nature. After crying the whole way home, an hour’s drive from the doctor’s office, I decided a trip to Europe might be in order. I was already thinking about it, and this moved the decision making process to full speed. That was almost eleven years ago. While there I got a new lease on life and made the miraculous decision to just live. And, so I did. At least I will until May 21st.
My husband and I did just book a trip to NY, partly business for him, and partly to celebrate nine years of marriage. I’m thankful both his business trip and our anniversary fall before May 21st.