Pipers Response to David Wilkerson.
Thanks for the link. I'm not familiar with Piper, but I appreciate his thoughtful comments. As for mention of Y2K preparations, if I remember correctly, there was a lot of advice from various governmental agencies. Weren't there a lot of denials for vacation requests for federal, state & local law enforcement personnel due to uncertainty about what Y2K would bring?
It wasn't just the "conspiracy theorists" who were concerned about Y2K.
Govt. agencies were also involved in contingency planning and preparations as well. Y2K has largely been written off by the general public (and Piper) as an expensive hoax, simply because they were spared its effects through the expenditure of billions of dollars world wide by govt. and private sector initiatives. Piper's rejection of Wilkerson is based upon 1). mistaken belief that Y2K was a hoax; 2). Intuition ("feel")as regards his interpretation of scripture. I think most of us will agree that the current state of affairs is unsustainable; that a breakdown is long overdue; that you don't have to be particularly religious to believe as Wilkerson does, that the Good Lord is about to provide us with a demonstration of his power..."Stand by on this frequency for an important message."
posted on 03/09/2009 9:28:46 AM PDT
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