2012 Doomsday: It's not just Mayan claim

Jul 23, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Free Republic

An author investigating ancient prophecies is again sounding the alarm about numerous predictions suggesting 2012 could be the beginning of the 'end of the age' spoken of in the Holy Bible.

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Turn to God

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#147
Oct 11, 2012
 
Don´t be deceived by political scams. God is real and Satan´s revelation to the world is imminent.The mark of the beast will soon be enforced in the US to be systematicall coerced on others across the globe. Wake up now orperish. Repent and be saved or condemned for ever

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Oct 11, 2012
 
Turn to God wrote:
Don´t be deceived by political scams. God is real and Satan´s revelation to the world is imminent.The mark of the beast will soon be enforced in the US to be systematicall coerced on others across the globe. Wake up now orperish. Repent and be saved or condemned for ever
Yadda, yadda, of course god is coming soon, he's been coming soon ever since Jesus said he would return before his generation passed. 2000 years and still waiting. It's not real people wake up!
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I disagree you can't even admit the possibility of death. You have to believe that some thinking, feeling part of you will survive forever.
"The idea of death, the fear of it, haunts the human animal like nothing else; it is a mainspring of human activity - designed largely to avoid the fatality of death, to overcome it by denying in some way that it is the final destiny of man." —Ernest Becker (cultural anthropologist, Pulitzer Prize winner)
"Religion is based, I think, primarily and mainly upon fear. It is partly the terror of the unknown and partly, as I have said, the wish to feel that you have a kind of elder brother who will stand by you in all your troubles and disputes. Fear is the basis of the whole thing -- fear of the mysterious, fear of defeat, fear of death.”–-- Bertrand Russell
Sorry Al, But you expect me to take a pulitzer prizer winner's word over God's. Think Not! Your idea of religion is media thinking. Don't you get it, there's only God. it's the religion that keeps reminding us to keep God in our hearts, our lives, praise Him, etc.
..as for not being afraid of death, means being closer to God.
Jesus died on cross for us to be able to enter the kingdom of heaven. Look at history prior to his arrival. The world was in an awful uproar, everyone fighting. what a mess. He walked the earth to show us a good way to live our lives.In peace and harmony. Check out the 10 commands sometime, good instructions. Maybe think of it this way, would you want to exist in this,(i suspect) massive universe or universes. Heck no, doesn't everyone want good, nice, happy spirits (people) around them. Of course they do.
well most of us anyway. So in short If you want to get to heaven you must have faith. Live as though God is (& He is)standing right next to you. I'm sure it'll be a great time, look out at all those other planets, billions of them. Perhaps we get to exist else where next time around.:)
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When we die our soul leaves our bodies. I think the soul returns to heaven and sort of waits for another assignment.:) I know I think to much. Take Care...

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Sorry Al, But you expect me to take a pulitzer prizer winner's word over God's. Think Not! Your idea of religion is media thinking. Don't you get it, there's only God. it's the religion that keeps reminding us to keep God in our hearts, our lives, praise Him, etc.
..as for not being afraid of death, means being closer to God.
Jesus died on cross for us to be able to enter the kingdom of heaven. Look at history prior to his arrival. The world was in an awful uproar, everyone fighting. what a mess. He walked the earth to show us a good way to live our lives.In peace and harmony. Check out the 10 commands sometime, good instructions. Maybe think of it this way, would you want to exist in this,(i suspect) massive universe or universes. Heck no, doesn't everyone want good, nice, happy spirits (people) around them. Of course they do.
well most of us anyway. So in short If you want to get to heaven you must have faith. Live as though God is (& He is)standing right next to you. I'm sure it'll be a great time, look out at all those other planets, billions of them. Perhaps we get to exist else where next time around.:)
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When we die our soul leaves our bodies. I think the soul returns to heaven and sort of waits for another assignment.:) I know I think to much. Take Care...
Why would an advanced being make having faith without proof a condition for living for eternity?
Why not make it a little more believable by granting answers to prayers in a manner that would show it is an advantage to believe in him!
Instead of making it possible for people to have thousands of religions many who kill each other because you disagree with their religion?

And are you kidding about the world being in an uproar before he arrived and you think it hasn't since he allegedly lived?

Truly ridiculous.
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Sorry Al, But you expect me to take a pulitzer prizer winner's word over God's. Think Not! Your idea of religion is media thinking. Don't you get it, there's only God. it's the religion that keeps reminding us to keep God in our hearts, our lives, praise Him, etc.
..as for not being afraid of death, means being closer to God.
Jesus died on cross for us to be able to enter the kingdom of heaven. Look at history prior to his arrival. The world was in an awful uproar, everyone fighting. what a mess. He walked the earth to show us a good way to live our lives.In peace and harmony. Check out the 10 commands sometime, good instructions. Maybe think of it this way, would you want to exist in this,(i suspect) massive universe or universes. Heck no, doesn't everyone want good, nice, happy spirits (people) around them. Of course they do.
well most of us anyway. So in short If you want to get to heaven you must have faith. Live as though God is (& He is)standing right next to you. I'm sure it'll be a great time, look out at all those other planets, billions of them. Perhaps we get to exist else where next time around.:)
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When we die our soul leaves our bodies. I think the soul returns to heaven and sort of waits for another assignment.:) I know I think to much. Take Care...
Your “God” is not the only “God” that people have ever believed in. Throughout history people have invented gods that promise an afterlife in Elysium or Valhalla etc. because they can’t face the fact that death is the end.

How many people would believe in “God” if there was no promise of a reward in an afterlife? I think about as many as believe in Santa Clause after they find out mom and dad bring the presents.
You’re just chasing a phantasy that makes you feel better.

"I cannot conceive of a God who rewards and punishes his creatures, or has a will of the kind that we experience in ourselves. Neither can I nor would I want to conceive of an individual that survives his physical death; let feeble souls, from fear or absurd egoism, cherish such thoughts. I am satisfied with the mystery of the eternity of life and with the awareness and a glimpse of the marvelous structure of the existing world, together with the devoted striving to comprehend a portion, be it ever so tiny, of the Reason that manifests itself in nature." — Albert Einstein
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Big Al wrote:
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Your “God” is not the only “God” that people have ever believed in. Throughout history people have invented gods that promise an afterlife in Elysium or Valhalla etc. because they can’t face the fact that death is the end.
How many people would believe in “God” if there was no promise of a reward in an afterlife? I think about as many as believe in Santa Clause after they find out mom and dad bring the presents.
You’re just chasing a phantasy that makes you feel better.
"I cannot conceive of a God who rewards and punishes his creatures, or has a will of the kind that we experience in ourselves. Neither can I nor would I want to conceive of an individual that survives his physical death; let feeble souls, from fear or absurd egoism, cherish such thoughts. I am satisfied with the mystery of the eternity of life and with the awareness and a glimpse of the marvelous structure of the existing world, together with the devoted striving to comprehend a portion, be it ever so tiny, of the Reason that manifests itself in nature." — Albert Einstein
Still place your faith in people who change their minds quite frequently. Their is only 1 God. Where do you think these people you place your faith in originated from? From God silly.
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Catholic Girl wrote:
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Still place your faith in people who change their minds quite frequently. Their is only 1 God. Where do you think these people you place your faith in originated from? From God silly.
What do you think happened to all of the people that believed they would live on in the Elysian Fields after they died?

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Oct 18, 2012
 
KimBoe wrote:
<quoted text>no,i'm perfectly happy with his interpretation of events in my life. people like me don't come along every day, except for welders. they're pretty much a dime a dozen
KimBoe, I'm not well-versed in these things you are speaking of, but although I tend to be skeptical I don't rule them out. I'm glad you are not confused about this happening.

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#155
Oct 18, 2012
 
Last week it was the anniversary of a bunch of people staring at the Sun then saying they saw angels dancing, gee I wonder why?

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Catholic Girl wrote:
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Still place your faith in people who change their minds quite frequently. Their is only 1 God. Where do you think these people you place your faith in originated from? From God silly.
Catholic Girl - my email isn't working; I don't know why. I'll set up a new account, then contact you. It might be a week or so - I've hardly been out of bed. I didn't want you to think I was ignoring you, I would not do that. God bless!

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