Remember the dude that told his followers to mark their calendars, give away their worldly goods, stuff, quit their jobs and pay for advertisement alerting the Christians “the world is coming to an end. Faithful disillusioned followers lost their life savings believing in the millionaire’s fake predictions. Poor lost soul that wants to believe in something spent $140,000 life savings on advertisement to spread the word of the Rapture.
“I don’t understand why nothing has happened,” Fitzpatrick said as he gazed at his watch in New York’s Times Square just after 6 pm.
“I did what I had to do. I did what the Bible said. I obviously haven’t understood it properly, because we’re still here,” said Fitzpatrick as the growing crowd leaned in ready whip his behind.
SMH! Folks wanted to believe in something or someone….heck I don’t believe the weather man half of the time. I will not even go there when it comes to believing allege Christians that walk around quoting scripture after every other sentence….creeps me out!I love the lord with all my heart and soul but you have some folks that claim to be religious to a whole different level to manipulate folks. Sort of cult like if you ask me but no one did….
After the Rapture bewildered Christians are still here. Harold Camping is “mystified” and “a little bewildered” today that the Rapture did not go as he predicted, an associate of the California preacher told ABC News. I am sure he is but is he going to tell his devoted followers who gave up everything?
Some folks can’t wait until the end of Newt Gingrich’s presidential run, that did not end on Sunday either.