Harold Camping May 21

November 3, 2011 by staff 

Harold Camping May 21, Camping, finally broke his silence on the issue Tuesday in a recorded message five minutes sent to the Family Radio network. In it, Camping says the wrong date could be seen as an embarrassment to the Christian network, but he says he continues to search the Bible for answers.

“I’m reviewing my own notes more carefully than ever. There is no other language in the Bible, and we still have to look very carefully. … We must have patience in this matter. At least in a minimal form, we are learning to walk more and more humble before God. We are ready to cry and mourn before God, “O Lord, you have the truth, I have not.”

His voice seems thicker, and speaks more slowly, possibly due to a stroke he suffered in June.

Camping does not apologize for the prediction-gone-wrong. He apologizes for saying that people did not believe in the rapture May 21 would not be saved. It also reiterates that it is a lesson from God, and “sometimes it is painful to learn.”

Camping’s followers and donated more than 80 million from 2005 to 2009, a CNN report found. Before the May 21 prediction, some of his followers gave up their life savings and donated his possessions in preparation for the Rapture.

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