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    According to the Bible we will not know the exact day or time of the end of the world. Skeptics have misconstrued Mayan prophesies and have said that December 21st, 2003 will be the end of the world. This was supposed to happen in May, 2003. But when it didn't happen skeptics moved the date to the next cycle of the Mayan Calendar.

    This is the Christmas season and I'm thankful that there are no signs of the end of the world. We aren't being forced to wear 666 tattoos. I have not seen the three angels. Jesus hasn't returned to defeat Satan. After Jesus comes, which hasn't happened, the world will go on for another 1000 years before the second judgment. It's impossible for all of this to happen before the twenty first.

    Next time one of these silly days comes up, remember Mathew 24:36. No one knows the day or hour, not even the angels in heaven, nor the son, but only the Father.

    I hope everyone has a festive holiday season.

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