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Dom wrote:

Hi, guys —

I was just on a web site and I saw an advertisement for something that said May 21, 2011 is Judgment Day and that it's guaranteed. The advertisement was saying how the Bible clearly states it, although I did not click on the banner.

I am still one gullible man. I got very scared when I saw this and, to be honest, when people mention 12/21/11, I get quite petrified. 

  • So please, I ask you, how can I be assured this should not be a concern for me?

I know that Judgment Day is coming, but I thought no man would know the day.

Thank you all.

May God be with you all.

Sincerely,

Dom

  { How can I know when Judgment Day is coming? }

Eric replied:

Hi, Dom —

Jesus said,

"But of that day and hour no one knows, not even the angels of Heaven, but My Father only." (Matthew 24:36, Mark 13:32)

Jesus said it, I believe it, that settles it. Don't let anyone convince you otherwise.

By the way, Judgment Day comes when you die as well, so it can come at any time.

Everyone must be prepared at all times; live each day as if it were Judgment Day.

  • Repent of your sins
  • make good on the wrongs you have done
  • make your peace with God now

because you never know when your life will be required of you.

Eric

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