Click here -> 2012 by Lee G and Delon
In the year twenty-twelve
The end might come
And if it does, what will be your outcome?
My friends Lee and Delon produced this recording for New Year’s Eve and have been passing it around the web.
They know that the events of the end times will take longer than one year to unfold. But they ask a solemn and pertinent question—what would be our outcome if time ended this year?
Answer that and post it on my blog!
There are at least five 2012 end of the world myths. The end of the Mayan calendar means the end of time; breakaway continents will destroy civilization; galactic alignments will destroy earth; planet ex will collide with earth; solar storms will destroy the planet. There are many more . . .
Why do these theories multiply like viruses? A simple google search for “2012” and “the end of the world” yields 300,000 hits. A youtube search brings up 65,000 videos warning of the end in 2012. Apocalyptic ideas strike an emotional vagus nerve. Global disaster presents a nearly universal fear. The fragility of life, the delicate balance of the ecosystem, the vulnerability of society’s infrastructure, make our existence nothing short of miraculous, and we know it.
I propose that for every false alarm there’s a true threat. Phobias to snakes and spiders stem back to actual threats to venomous animals. Paranormal paranoia exaggerates and distorts a healthy fear of supernatural evil. Obsessive handwashing began with the actual danger of infection.
End of the world fear has been placed in our hearts by a God who wants us to be ready for it.
The second coming of Jesus Christ will be literal, personal, visible and worldwide. He will raise His dead followers with perfect bodies. His living followers He will change in the time it takes to wink. Tragically, the brightness of His coming will destroy the unbelieving. The Bible relates these things without apology. The shout that would normally be rude becomes kind when the house is on fire. The Bible says these things boldly because we need to know them.
The end will come, let’s prepare.
Almost all biblical prophecies have met their fulfillment. Jesus tells us to be ready at all times.
What will be your outcome?
For more study, see Titus 2:13; Heb. 9:28; John 14:1-3; Acts 1:9-11; Matt. 24:14; Rev. 1:7; Matt. 24:43, 44; 1 Thess. 4:13-18; 1 Cor. 15:51-54; 2 Thess. 1:7-10; 2:8; Rev. 14:14-20; 19:11-21; Matt. 24; Mark 13; Luke 21; 2 Tim. 3:1-5; 1 Thess. 5:1-6.