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Sunday, 17 December 2017
Yom Rishon, 29 Kislev 5778



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According to a self made teacher who made the headlines around the world on Saturday May 21st , said that at 6pm May 21st 2011 would be the end of the world as we know it. While making that huge errant and false claim many who are followers of this person are now left today totally deceived, ashamed, embarrassed and even mocked by the world who stated the true following scripture about the issue;

Mark 13:32  But of that Yom (day) and that hour knows no man, no, not the ma’laheem (angels) which are in shema’yeem (heaven), neither the Ben (Son), but the Av (Father).

Here are some biblical facts to meditate on and  consider about the end of the world as follows:

1. NO ONE KNOWS when the return of Messiah will come, yet it is inevitable to happen in our future (Mattiyahu. Matt 24:42). Just because this will happen will not mean the end of the world will occur because of it.


2. Will the coming of the Messiah be the end of the world? Again NO! Because according to scripture the events of a seven year tribulation will take place sometime after an interval or period of time has elapsed after the rapture appearing of the Messiah happens. After this period follows the Anti Messiah signs a seven year false covenant with Israel (Dan.9:27).This will be the beginning sign to the seven year tribulation getting under way, but this will not mean that the end of the world has come even at that time, but the beginning of the end of the age (Matt 24:8) before the second coming of the Messiah.


3. The bible never states that the world will ever end or be brought to an end (Yishayahu.Isa. 65:17-25), yet it does show clearly that there will be events so cataclysmic upon the earth(Yishayahu.Isa.28:22) that many will die or be killed because of it (Mattiyahu-Matt. 24:22 & v.29). But what the scripture here does NOT say is that the world will end or no longer exist even because of this.


4. Conclusion: Anyone who tries to say or predict that there is an end of the world or sets dates will find themselves as Mr. Campings is, errant and found out to be false. However Messiah Yeshua did warn that such people would appear in the last days (Mattiyahu.Matt 24:11), and that all of us are to be aware that when we do see these things to know that the very time of Messiahs return is very near (Luke.21:28). But yet, he himself makes no dates, nor a time of day in which we will see him appear. We are only to know that his coming will be as swift as a thief in the night (Matt. 24:43, & 1st Kefa-Peter 3:10-11).