Saturday, May 21, 2011

It Was a Joke

Well it is May 21 and I am still here.  I thought perhaps I would not have to wake up and write a blog but then when the sun came up it was all too apparent that today was not the day or I was not going to be among the ones raptured.  But I am okay with that.  I'll have my pick of great cars left behind by those who left and expect that the world will be a little less crowded.... oh, wait... there appears to be somebody at my door... wow, it must be going to rain since the sky looks wierd... oh my gosh.... you have to see it.... oh.... ahhhhhh.... keyboar... w3rImg twon3#4....


Philip Hoppe said...

Pastor Peters-
I few thoughts about today and why we laugh.
Philip Hoppe

Janis Williams said...

Fr. Peters,

I must say I was tempted to leave a suit of old clothes lying in public somewhere....

We even went to Chez Wallet (Wal-Mat) for groceries early this morning, after having Shipley donuts for possibly the last time.

You know, of course that "it's" not supposed to happen till around 6 PM (he had even the hour...) Camping never said which time zone, so I'm assuming we will have rolling-rapture, like rolling black-outs.

The sad part is all the people who were duped by this man.

Colleen Oakes said...

Totally laughing here.

Sue said...

It's supposed to start in New Zealand and Fiji with massive earthquakes and those will them move around the world through each time zone. I read where Harold Camping's entire family - 6 kids and many grand- and great-grand children have disavowed him. Only his wife believes him. Very sad, and hurtful to Christianity. And funny at the same time!

OldSouth said...

Let us take a moment, and offer three quiet cheers for sober Christian orthodoxy.

A suggestion:

Once the laughter subsides, OS hopes you will take some time to remind us of the broad outlines of traditional truth once again.

Perhaps a few posts on the Credo?



Rev. Allen Bergstrazer said...

A very funny thread given the previous one about a new President of CTS. I thought 'man Dean Wenthe timed his retirement perfectly.'