Harold Camping May 21 Spiritual Judgment Day
November 3, 2011 by staff
Harold Camping May 21 Spiritual Judgment Day, Three proposals Rapture dates have come and gone, and the world has not ended.
Controversial Christian broadcaster Harold Camping has recognized its forecasts wrong and apologized to his followers. The Christian Post reports that the radio evangelist has long been retired.
Brandon Tauszik, documentary, told the Post he had only spoken to Camping, who seemed “disappointed” by his predictions failed and said it “is no longer able to bring the family radio stations, Inc., or its ministry.”
In an audio message posted on the website of Camping Family Radio, the station 90 years old, told his listeners that the rapture did not take place October 21 as it was ultimately God’s will. “You could have avoided all if I wanted,” he said.
In addition, he admits that his calculations were wrong and he tells his followers that “we must have patience in this matter. At least in a minimal form, we are learning to walk more and more humble before God.”
Camping also apologized for a controversial comment that God had ceased to save people who did not believe in spiritual predictions May 21 Judgement Day. Camping spots that believers should continue studying the Bible, pray and remember that God is in charge.
The evangelist claims to have discovered a code in the Bible that allowed him to calculate the date of the Rapture. He predicted that the world would end in 1994, May 2011, then in October 2011, reports The Christian Post.
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