Except people have maxed out their credit cards, spent their savings, drained their kids' college funds, quit their jobs and put their pets to sleep.
Sunday is going to be pretty rough for some of these people.
Either way, I’m eating cheesecake. If it is the end of times, I am not sure that in on the menu in heaven. If it isn’t the end of times, my diet will start on Monday. Win Win!!
People who've destroyed the lives of their loved ones will deserve to have a pretty rough Sunday.
Yeah, it is sad. Interesting that what you describe also happened at Y2K. A week later the paper was full of ads trying to sell generators, dried food, water purification stuff, radiation suits, etc.
This has happened dozens of times throughout history with some preacher or shamen or other fraudster.
You can’t protect stupid people from themselves.
As far as quitting a job and running up credit cards...that doesn’t sound very ‘ethical’ or ‘moral’ to me, if you think you are going to die soon. Sounds more convenient and unethical to me. Furthermore, religiously speaking, you are not supposed to ever predict or anticipate the rapture. The very people who believe this stuff are sinning themselves out of salvation by not following the Bible.
What if Jesus tells them they can’t go if they still have debts to pay? Sounds like a reasonable thing for Jesus to do.
Oh well Gena, I’ll see you tomorrow on the other side...or not, I don’t know.
Don't drink any Kool-Aid with them.