Failed Doomsday Prediction Leaves Followers In A Quandary

This story boggles the mind.  People quit their jobs, quit school, gave thousands of dollars to Harold Camping to spread the message that the world would end on May 21, 2011.  Now, followers and former followers must put their lives back together –  find jobs, finish school and start over again.  Harold is baffled as well (say it ain’t so Joe).  What should be done about the millions of dollars collected from followers?

Read the entire story from the Huffington Post here:  http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/05/22/may-21-judgment-day-may-22_n_865298.html

One comment on “Failed Doomsday Prediction Leaves Followers In A Quandary

  1. Though I believe in the rapture,I believe even more that no one knows the day and hour of the second coming of Christ.We will know the “season”.When one reads the book of Revelations in the Bible,you will clearly see that we are very close to seeing Christ coming back.All we have to do is believe in Christ as our Lord and Savior,and follow what GOD wants us to do.We really need to pay very close attention to all the trouble in the Middle East.This week,when Obama wants Israel to give back some of their land to Palistine,that’s spells BIG trouble.One clear sign of the second coming of Christ,when America turns it’s back on Israel.
    I encourage everyone to read the Bible and pray for understanding and wisdom.

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