by Jeff Strite

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Jeff Strite
John 14:1-6

OPEN: People's minds have been focused on the end of the world of late.

A few years ago I began to hear predictions the world would end in 2012 (next year) - a speculation based upon an oddity in an ancient Mayan Calendar. This created quite a stir because the Mayan calendar was an extremely accurate dating tool, which the Mayans used to predict the schedule of the years for over 2000 years in advance... but it abruptly ceased keeping count of the years in our year 2012.

Many seized on this and predicted the end of the world... next year.

There was even a movie called 2012 which featured major cities being crushed by a variety of natural disasters, and giant waves rushing over the Himalayas...

At the bottom of a poster advertising the movie was this headline "We Were Warned"

Then there was the prediction by Harold Camping that Jesus would return May 21, 2011.A number of religious groups have been advertising this on various billboards and bus stop benches, traveling caravans of RVs radio broadcasts, and websites as well as pamphlets passed out on street corners. The message has taken root from Bridgeport, Conn. to Little Rock, Ark.... and teams of mission groups are traveling throughout Latin America and Africa spreading the news.

AND then on New Year's Eve 1000s of blackbirds rained down on a small town in Arkansas. This was just the first in a series of mass animal deaths that started less than two weeks after a total lunar eclipse. Hundreds more dead birds have descended on Louisiana, Tennessee and Kentucky and scores of crow-like birds croaked in Sweden. Add to that the 100,000 fish that washed ashore in Arkansas and you had the makings of more than a few doomsday scenarios.
Robert Vicino, who heads a California-based company that specializes in fallout shelters said: "Some people think it's biblical and apocalyptic, and it could be." But, of course, V ...

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