Skip to comments.What Christian Leaders are Saying after Another Failed Doomsday Prediction
Posted on 05/21/2011 7:35:03 PM PDT by SeekAndFind
Ed Stetzer, head of the Southern Baptist Convention's LifeWay research:
"Harold Camping, pls update http://www.familyradio.com w/ your repentance statement & instructions to your now-broke followers."
Al Mohler, president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary:
"We will not be surprised that Christ has not returned according to any human's timetable. But we should not be relieved. Lord come quickly."
Mark Driscoll, pastor of Mars Hill Church in Seattle:
"It's the end of the world as we know it and I feel fine." REM
Rick Warren, author of The Purpose-Driven Life and pastor of Saddleback Church
The world didn't end. I told you not to worry. See Mark 13:32
"NO ONE knows the day when these things will happen;not the angels nor THE SON HIMSELF! Only the Father knows"
Marcos Witt, Latin gospel singer and pastor of Spanish services at Lakewood Church:
Concerning His return Jesus said: "about that day or hour no one knows..." (Mark 13:32) Go out and enjoy this day the Lord has made!
Bishop T.D. Jakes, pastor of the Potter's House and head of T.D. Jakes Ministries
"I'm here just as I expected."
Could it be because our Lord WANTS us to proclaim the good news of the Gospel to others?
First Camping and now Laz claiming to know. False prophets everywhere.
So . . . Camping’s judgment on anthing should be trusted now . . . why?
You’re still here??!
:) Or should I say :(
it’s not my favorite recreation!
Well for the procedure you’re asleep (or should I say you think afterwards you were asleep—there is some controversy about that!) But it’s the preprocedure that is really NOT FUN! :)
I woke up as they were about to snip the last of 6 polyps—the biggest one. LOL.
“We’ll get it right one of these days.”
Well of course he’s not answering the door. He was raptured. He’s in paradise - Tahiti, perhaps.
RE your tagline, OK, I looked it up, wikipedia:
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During the winter of 1813 as part of the War of 1812, the Battle of Frenchtown occurred near the river between British and Native American troops under the command of British General Henry Procter and Native American chief Tecumseh, and a small division of Kentucky militia under command of General James Winchester.
Outnumbered and facing total slaughter, Winchester surrendered with British assurances of safety of the prisoners, but the next day many were massacred and scalped by the Native Americans without British intervention. The slaughter was only ended by the return to the area of Tecumseh, who had been away. He admonished the British officers for not stopping such behavior.
The Massacre of the River Raisin became a rallying cry (”Remember the River Raisin”) particularly for Kentuckians, and American troops returned in the spring to drive the British from Michigan forever.
I was referring to the medication they use sometimes (maybe often) for these types of procedures. Apparently it doesn’t really knock you out, it just makes you unable to form memory. Which is an entirely different thing. Surely tho, if they are actually cutting on you, they do knock you out.
I wonder how many Kentuckians realize that 9 counties in Kentucky are named after men who died here?