The world will not end on 12/21/12
Danny G. Hatfield Sr.
It has been broadcasted that the world will end on Dec. 21, 2012. The world will not end on Dec. 21, 2012.
This date is nothing but speculation and assumption based on a money making, doomsday theory.
Now, this is not to say a certain form of catastrophic event may take place during this time, changing life as we know it.
However, the world will not end for another thousand plus years.
The establishment of the thousand years is based on biblical beliefs established approximately 6,000 years ago.
In order to understand the end of time, we must understand biblical proves and view the evidence.
Biblical evidence of the past has proven to be true by the events that have already taken place by the fulfillment of prophecy written thousands of years prior to the event.
Now, this being said, Jesus Christ is to return at an undetermined time, known only to God the Father.
Even so God’s word tells us we will know the season of Christ’s return by the signs that take place upon the earth.
These signs now taking place upon the earth have made it evident that Christ’s return is near, even at the door.
However, Christ has not yet returned; therefore the world will not end on 12/21/12 as predicted.
The return of Jesus Christ does not mean the end of the world, Christ must first return and reign one thousand years on earth with his bride, the church (Revelation chapter 19 and 20).
Afterward the final battle between good and evil will take place, then the end will come, the final judgment begins.
So all of you contemplating suicide and believing the end of the world is 12/21/12 take ease and rest; be prepared for a certain catastrophic event and be ready for Christ’s return, but the end is not yet.
Have faith in God.