Edited: 10-08-15 @ 2:14PM
Christian group awaits fiery Wednesday apocalypse
Tomorrow is the day a U.S.-based Christian group has long maintained would be the last day on Earth.
For at least two years, the Philadelphia-based online church eBible Fellowship has preached that Wednesday will see the biblically-foretold end times, when the non-faithful perish in a final flaming rapture.
An eBible YouTube video posted in March said, “There is biblical evidence that the annihilation of every transgressor will occur on October 7, 2015.”
In an interview with the Guardian, eBible leader Chris McCann reiterated that claim and said he was preparing for the very special day. The Earth, he said citing biblical verse, will end in fire. SOURCE
While you’re contemplating this fiery day of death and destruction you could consider sending me all of your gold, diamonds and so forth, you know, just in case I’m all that’s left once the apocalypse is over and done.
In the meantime, enjoy this, and I could have used *Eve of Destruction* or *The End of the world* by REM:
And remember, I didn’t predict this, I’m just looking out for my family, friends and dear readers; just in case. ðŸ˜›
TexasFred Note: These fakes, charlatans, hucksters, snake oil salesmen, whatever you want to call them, should be ashamed of themselves for duping people into believing this incredible BULLSHIT they spew. They aren’t ashamed though, they live in their mansions, drive fine cars and eat wonderful meals while their followers, in many cases, live in abject poverty because THEY were stupid enough to buy it.Â We’re ALL still here and another scam has been played out on a small segment of America.