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Local Family Radio Believer Speaks Out About Rapture Prediction

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POSTED: Tuesday, May 31, 2011 - 6:08pm

UPDATED: Wednesday, June 1, 2011 - 12:04pm

A little more than a week ago, a religious group predicted the rapture, before the end of the world, would begin.
Well, things didn't exactly go as they planned and that's left some believers in limbo.

One of those believers was Johnny Dennis.

On may 21st Dennis was ready.
He believed the rapture was here and heaven would soon come calling.
"That day I must admit I was very nervous. I didn't know what to think or how it was going to happen," said Dennis.
As a believer of the religious group Family Radio, Dennis was part of a movement that for months had used billboards and demonstrations to warn people, the beginning of the end was May 21st.
NewsChannel 9 interviewed him just days before the predicted date.
But when there was no visible sign the end of the world was underway, Dennis - did the only thing he could. He threw himself into scripture.
At first he didn't want to speak publicly.
"I was still digesting and downloading what really just happened. I had witnessed to a lot of people concerning this date as being the final day," he said.
A week later he was ready to open up.
We asked him if he felt fooled by Pastor Harold Camping, the religious leader of Family Radio.
Dennis said, "I don't feel fooled. I've listened to him for several years and no bible teacher is perfect."
Camping now says he misinterpreted the scripture and October 21st is still when the world will end.
"It's so ridiculous. It's amazing to me that it's gotten all of this attention," said Pastor Charles Nieman from the Abundant Living Faith Center.
Charles Nieman is the Pastor of Abundant Living Faith Center in east El Paso.
He like many religious leaders say the bible clearly states, nobody knows when the world will end.
That's one reason he thinks Camping's predictions are dangerous.
"The sad thing is very innocent, well meaning people end up getting deceived and hurt by it."
As for Dennis, while his devotion to bible hasn't wavered, his belief in Camping's predictions are another story.
"I mean it could be the day. But yeah I'm not sure at the moment. I can't say by my own self that this is going to happen."
 

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Camping is nothing but a snake oil salesperson, and a MORON to boot. Anybody that really follows and believes him is a moron as well. Those that take out time to quote scripture to rebute him are in the same group. Get a life, and use your energies for something productive in your pathetic life.

Harold Camping sounds like he plagiarized Jehovah's Witnesses.
Jehovah Witnesses are a spin-off of the second Adventist which all came from the Millerite movement.American war of 1812 army captain William Miller is ground zero for Jehovah's Witnesses.
Yes,the "great disappointment" of Oct 22 1844 has never died out... it lives on in the Jehovah's Witnesses.
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Danny Haszard been there

Jesus warned us that “false Christs and false prophets” will come and will attempt to deceive even God’s elect (Matthew 24:23-27; see also 2 Peter 3:3 and Jude 17-18). The best way to guard yourself against falsehood and false teachers is to know the truth. To spot a counterfeit, study the real thing. Any believer who “correctly handles the word of truth” (2 Timothy 2:15) and who makes a careful study of the Bible can identify false doctrine. For example, a believer who has read the activities o

mail11, you sound just as fanatical as Camping. By feeding into his rubbish and trying to debate you only further incite his followers. Let them see for themselves what a fake he is when just like May 21, October 21 rolls around and the world keeps on spinning. I wouldn't listen to you any more than Camping because you are pushy.

HAROLD CAMPING AND DAVID HOFF ARE CONFIMED HERETIC'S, ANTICHRIST, AND LIARS. WOLVES IN SHEEP CLOTHING. GOD DOES NOT WORK THIS WAY. BIBLE TEACHES "OF THAT DAY AND HOUR, KNOWETH NO MAN, NO, NOT THE ANGELS OF HEAVEN BUT MY FATHER ONLY." Mat 24:36 that is the truth and true word of God.

When you believe in talking snakes, virgin births and skygods, is it really that shocking when someone like Camping comes along? Really? Stop believing the fairy tales that are crippling you and creating hate and tension.

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John is saying in verse 21 that the Holy Spirit teaches them the lies of the apostates have no part with the truth. Some may fall into heresy and apostasy, and that manifests they never were saved. True believers will never fall into apostasy because the Holy Spirit is the Christian's built-in lie detector.Because of the teaching ministry of the Holy Spirit. God has so endowed the Christian with discernment that he ultimately will not be deceived by lies. He may become confused at times, but he

God never allows anything to happen to the saints that would cause them to be lost. If someone departs the fellowship to follow false doctrine, you can be sure he was never saved. God uses his departure to manifest that fact.The Lord has made a glorious provision for His own--He preserves them from embracing error. John had no fear that true saints would become apostate. When someone does leave the fellowship, it proves they never were saved. John is saying in verse 21 that the Holy Spirit teach

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