The end is coming any day now...but 1st

by darth frosty 5 Replies latest watchtower beliefs

  • darth frosty
    darth frosty

    I love the way they say the end can come at anytime, BUT , these things must take place first. 1. great tribulation like nothing ever seen B4. 2. the authorities turning first on false religion and then directing their attention to gods people. 3. A cry of true peace and security. 4. finally the moon either turning blood red, disappearing entirely and possibly, but its up to god here, signs and flashes from the heavens to let you really know that the stuff has hit the fan.

    Realistically can anyone expect for all that stuff to happen in a short period of time? If it is truly a great tribulation like never seen B4, it has to last at least a year or 2 so people can really see that this is truly a great tribulation(GT) that has not been seen B4 (God gave satan some 6000 yrs to prove his point, he has to give the tribulation its just due.) So lets say that the GT last 2 yrs. the authorities turning on fals religion will take at least 4 or 5 yrs. You have all these major religions, each and everyone with there own legal dept. fighting the governments efforts to wipe them out( now ya'll didn't think babylon the great was not going to go down without a fight did you?)



  • heathen

    Really it's on day you think not . Of course it happened invisibly already in 1914 . The world has ended but just doesn't know it yet .............. that's the WTBTS story and they're sticking to it no matter what .

  • FairMind

    It's coming sooner than you might think and in a way that you''ll see before it is fully upon you. The followng is an excerpt from information available to everyone via the internet in an article entitled Life As We Know It WIll Soon Cease To Exist

    " It is not a question if but when the world economy will be confronted with a major shock that will stunt economic growth, increase inflation, and potentially destabilize the Middle East. It will make the Great Second Depression look like a dress rehearsal.

    It is a coming crisis that few understand but with far reaching implications. Nations will fight over the remaining oil. There will be power black outs, war and famine. Without hydrocarbons, this planet can only produce enough food to sustain a population of 2.5 billion. The current world population is in excess of 6 billion and growing (UN projection: 7.3 billion by 2050). In the US, without industrial agriculture, it is estimated that only 2/3’s of the current population can be fed (D. Preiffer). Fossil fuels effectively temporarily raised the carrying capacity of the earth."

    Next is from Life After The Oil Crash: " When Peak Oil occurs, food production will plummet because of the cost of fertilizer will soar. The cost of storing (electricity) and transporting (gasoline) what little food that is produced will also soar. Unless you grow all your own food on your own local, self-sustained farm, you will have to deal with the food shortage. Oil is also required for nearly every consumer item, water supply pumping, sewage disposal, garbage disposal, street/park maintenance, hospitals & health systems, police, fire services, and national defense. Thus, the aftermath of Peak Oil will extend far beyond how much you will pay for gas. Simply stated, you can expect: war, starvation, and economic recession, possibly even the extinction of Homo sapiens. This is known as the post-oil “die-off”. The term “die-off” captures perfectly the nightmare that is at our doorstep. For a humorous portrayal of the die-off, read chapter 3 of Michael Moore’s most recent book, “Dude, Where’s My Country?”

    What do you mean by “Die-Off”? Exactly what it sounds like. It is estimated that the world’s population will contract to 500 million during the Oil Crash. (Current world population: 6 billion)""

  • Ténébreux
    Realistically can anyone expect for all that stuff to happen in a short period of time?

    No, but it will only take a couple of weeks for the announcement that they now realize most of these things took place invisibly or figuratively some years ago.

  • crazyblondeb

    Where have I heard this before? Oh yea, maybe before 1975???????

    Here we go again..........

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