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Farmer Geddon

Signs Of The End Is All Around Us.

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Signs Of The End Is All Around Us ”’ Wake Up ” The Last Days Are Here.


What you are about to discover in this site is amazing evidence that we in 2015, are living in the end of times for this worldas we know it.

The Biblical signs are clear for all to see, and after reading through this site with open eyes, even the scoffers will struggle to argue against it. Sure, many people throughout history have been proclaiming that they were living in the last days and the end of the world was nigh, and some of the Bible signs have always existed from the early days. But never has there been a time before when ALL these events were evident in so many diverse places and with such frequency and intensity.

Our Generation is the FIRST generation to fulfill ALL the biblical signs. So we will show you from the many following signs on this and other pages, that without doubt we are living in the final years that the Bible prophesied were to come.......

http://are-here.beforeitsnews.com...e-last-days-are-here-2471328.html



Cancel all your holidays and cash in that pension/insurance plan.....

Things are about to get real!!

(Not sure if this is a spoof site, but all the same it is freakin' hilarious...)
Powwow

Luci,
Go burn a pancake.
Leonard James

Poor, deluded fools!  
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Derek

Floo wrote:
The world was supposed to end when I was a kid in the 50s! I suppose there will always be idiots predicting the end times are imminent! Eventually our planet will cease to host life, but that will be due to natural causes, like the sun ex/imploding, or something. It will not be caused by any crazy deity, imo!


Christian belief is very much different then that, indeed, the earth will recieve a paradisiacal transformation.
Ketty

The end is nigh!

Imo it's ridiculous to attempt to speculate, but people simply enjoy attempting to second guess; even second guessing GOD.  

Today could be the day any one of us faces our Maker (even if we have never been healthier).  It behoves us all, therefore, to keep short accounts, because the Lord knows the secrets of all our hearts and all our minds.   If any one of us does not know that, or if any one of us does not truly believe that (even if we spout it on social media), then in this life, it's all inconsequential.  If any one of us has doubts, then maybe it's an idea to do something about it now, because there is no guarantee we will be drawing breath even in an hour from this second.

Off to make my porridge 'cos I dislike travelling on an empty tummy, and if the end is nigh I'd hate to have missed my brekkie.
Jim

Floo wrote:
The world was supposed to end when I was a kid in the 50s! I suppose there will always be idiots predicting the end times are imminent! Eventually our planet will cease to host life, but that will be due to natural causes, like the sun ex/imploding, or something. It will not be caused by any crazy deity, imo!



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Curiosly enough, the '50's were one of the vanishingly few periods predicted by a certain quasi-Christian group for a parousia.

Actually, I get really cheesed off with some of my fellow Christians speculating whether a comma in a sub clause in a section of a verse in Revelation means the world will end next Tuesday (and I hope it doesn't....I want to see the new series of Doctor Who.)

Will things get really serious today? tomorrow?
I haven't a scooby, and I simply don't need to know. In fact Jesus made it quite clear that speculation was a waste of effort.
I try to live as if the end was going to happen in the next five minutes.
I TRY to, but make a pig's ear of doing it, but hey - that's fine: God's big on forgiveness!
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Leonard James

I admit I can't really see why some people need to believe there is anything more than this life and universe. It seems to make life so much more complicated than it really is.
Farmer Geddon

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Breaking News: Real Life Fallen Angel Has Fallen From the Sky in London

A human like “Angel” has fallen out of the skies over London. The extremely human like creature with what seems to be “angel” wings as arms appears to have fallen from the sky at around 1:50pm this afternoon.

The ‘Angel’ like creature was quickly rushed away by what seemed to be undercover police officers dressed in suits and sunglasses, resembling the characters in the hit movie Men in Black.

It comes just hours before NASA announced finding ‘Earth 2.0′ the most habitable planet ever discovered.

All a little freaky if you ask me.

http://beforeitsnews.com/beyond-s...om-the-sky-in-london-2449562.html
Derek

Leonard James wrote:
I admit I can't really see why some people need to believe there is anything more than this life and universe. It seems to make life so much more complicated than it really is.


See, now i think the opposite is true. I think it depends on the individual and their environment. I am a nobody so to have a perspective of an eternity makes life worth while. If i thought that there was nothing after this I think I would be a manic depressant.
Leonard James

Farmer Geddon wrote:
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Breaking News: Real Life Fallen Angel Has Fallen From the Sky in London

A human like “Angel” has fallen out of the skies over London. The extremely human like creature with what seems to be “angel” wings as arms appears to have fallen from the sky at around 1:50pm this afternoon.

The ‘Angel’ like creature was quickly rushed away by what seemed to be undercover police officers dressed in suits and sunglasses, resembling the characters in the hit movie Men in Black.

It comes just hours before NASA announced finding ‘Earth 2.0′ the most habitable planet ever discovered.

All a little freaky if you ask me.

http://beforeitsnews.com/beyond-s...om-the-sky-in-london-2449562.html


And it ain't even April 1st.  
Leonard James

Ralph2 wrote:
Leonard James wrote:
I admit I can't really see why some people need to believe there is anything more than this life and universe. It seems to make life so much more complicated than it really is.


See, now i think the opposite is true. I think it depends on the individual and their environment. I am a nobody so to have a perspective of an eternity makes life worth while.


You are no more a nobody than anybody else, Ralph! Where did you get that strange idea?

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If i thought that there was nothing after this I think I would be a manic depressant.


But why? Aren't you enjoying life?
Derek

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Ralph2 wrote:
Leonard James wrote:
I admit I can't really see why some people need to believe there is anything more than this life and universe. It seems to make life so much more complicated than it really is.


See, now i think the opposite is true. I think it depends on the individual and their environment. I am a nobody so to have a perspective of an eternity makes life worth while.


You are no more a nobody than anybody else, Ralph! Where did you get that strange idea?


By that I mean that I am just your average Joe. I am only a somebody to you because we have exchanged views and opinion on a debating forum, so I exist to you, somewhere in the world. I would be a nobody to you, if not for that. You would never know who I am or even if I existed. Nothing about me would ever tell you that i exist. I am not rich, talented, famous or a sports giant. You will never know me for my exploits. I am a nobody.  When you have an eternal perspective it gives you something to look forward to. It becomes a raison d'etre.

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If i thought that there was nothing after this I think I would be a manic depressant.


But why? Aren't you enjoying life?


I am living it and enduring it. I enjoy somethings and dislike other things but I could enjoy it a lot more.
Leonard James

Ralph2 wrote:


By that I mean that I am just your average Joe. I am only a somebody to you because we have exchanged views and opinion on a debating forum, so I exist to you, somewhere in the world. I would be a nobody to you, if not for that. You would never know who I am or even if I existed. Nothing about me would ever tell you that i exist. I am not rich, talented, famous or a sports giant. You will never know me for my exploits. I am a nobody.


Ah, now I understand, but you are terribly mistaken, Ralph. The people that you consider 'somebody' are only so because of the gene pool that all the nobody's have contributed to. Without our contributions they would be just another 'average Joe', because their genes are just a lucky mix of the pool that all the nobody's have built up. It is fine for us to recognise outstanding examples of humanity, but remember that they are what they are because of us.

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When you have an eternal perspective it gives you something to look forward to. It becomes a raison d'etre.


So you think you are going to be 'important' in eternity, and not just an 'average Joe', like the millions of souls you believe are there?

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I am living it and enduring it. I enjoy somethings and dislike other things but I could enjoy it a lot more.


In other words, your life is just like that of the rest of us, so you consider that as 'enduring'.

Perhaps, Ralph, you are being a tad egotistical in wanting more than you've got.  

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