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Rapture May Twenty One

Posted Friday, May 20, 2011, at 10:33 PM

The poem ain't a Trojan Horse, exactly, but I fear Mr. Camping may well be wrong, so don't go out and give away, every thing of which to you does now belong. You will need your stuff, I believe, Sunday.
Rapture May Twenty One

By Arley Steinhour 052011

Sunday is a day, I fear, when Christianity, suffers haunt,

Saturday's for-sure Rapture, News men, and women, taunt;

The Rapture date has come and gone, with no people gone,

Other than normal demise, you all have been a pawn.

I could be wrong, and if I am, please have a laugh on me,

I won't be here to hear the taunts, I'll be with my family.

There is no way to say for sure, until the event be,

Jesus comes to 'Snatch-away,' for His Royal Family.

Saturday, May twenty-one, people will be watching,

Do we fly, or false prophecy die, for much later debating.

Sadly, for those who study hard, will then become a pawn,

Reputations in derision, respect and trust be gone.

The taunting and the nasty words, will denigrate the faithful,

If no one comes to beat us up, I guess we must be grateful.

The End of Days is coming, and now no one will early know,

Anyone studying Prophecy, will have no one left to show.

Months and Months will need to pass, before things settle down,

By then, perhaps the Snatching is done, as we least expect a crown.

So Keep the Watch for Jesus, as He soon will yet be sighted,

Never take your eyes off Him, or the path of which He's lighted.

Mankind loves to make mistakes, and muddle up the show,

Satan loves to accuse us all, when the end he doesn't know.

Mr. Camping may have made a dent, in Jesus' retrieval of the Bride

If he figured close enough, to force plan 'B,' that Jesus did hide .


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I don't know who I'm more embarrassed for, ,the guy that predicts the end of the world, or the media for giving it any coverage. It was good fodder for the late night shows monologues. This brings me to the old joke about the Irish preacher with a heavy gaelic accent who said "There will be weeping there, and gnashing of teeth, when you see Abraham, Isaac and Jacob and all the prophets in the kingdom of God, but you will be thrown out.

An old lady in the back said," what if we have no teeth", the preacher said without missing a beat, "teeth will be provided".

-- Posted by Keda46 on Sat, May 21, 2011, at 11:17 AM

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