“The actual event of the beginning of the Tribulation occurs on October 15. That’s when the action starts. Hold on and watch – wait until the middle of October and I don’t believe you’ll be disappointed.” –Source
As we all know, this Roman Catholic false prophet David Meade predicted the end of the world on September 23. It obviously failed as students of prophecy expected. And just 24 hours before it was expected to fail, Meade quickly admitted to all his subscribers that he made a mistake and then changed the date for the end of the world, or the so called start of the seven year tribulation start point to October 15. It is now October 20th, we’re obviously still here and since his proven Jesuit contrived false prophecy of a seven year tribulation was only capable of starting when the secret rapture which was also invented by the Jesuits was to occur. As we all know, everyone is pretty much still here with the exception of the normal birth and death rate of planet earth since day one. Continue reading
For those of you that may have missed all the hoopla that went down last Sabbath day wherein the originator of the most recent (and quite popular) false prophecy regarding September 23; (His name is David Meade) it appears that he has recanted and has actually declared he was wrong about his “calculations.” Which those that do true research know was all based on using Pharaoh’s Pagan horoscope theology that was designed to glorify him (Pharaoh) as a god. Continue reading
Though millions may turn out to wave at Pope Francis when his popemobile rolls through Colombia’s streets this week, one group of people will not be smiling — or even watching.
They go to mass and their homes are filled with devotional figurines, but for some here, this pope is just not Catholic enough.
“This visit is by someone ‘non grata’, as diplomats say… He is a false pope, a false prophet of God,” says the academic Jose Galat, the movement’s most prominent member. Continue reading
ROME- Pope Francis on Sunday called for the faithful not to be driven by end-times curiosities or apocalyptic preachers, urging them to focus on what is truly important: “The Lord and our neighbor.”
“Those who follow Jesus pay no heed to prophets of doom, the nonsense of horoscopes, or frightening sermons that distract from the truly important things,” Francis said.
It is important, he continued, to distinguish “the word of wisdom that God speaks to us each day” from the shouting of those who use “God’s name to frighten, to nourish division and fear.”
Francis’s words came as he was celebrating Mass at St. Peter’s Basilica, in Rome. Continue reading
David E. Taylor, a self-proclaimed “prophet,” asserted on Aug. 25 that he brought a dead woman back to life through a message on Facebook.
“Raised from the Dead!” Taylor posted on his Joshua Media Ministries International Facebook page. “David E. Taylor Commands Her to Live Through Sending a Text Message Through Facebook – Releasing the Supernatural Resurrection Power of God! She Lives!”
To support his extraordinary declaration, Taylor included a picture of an elderly woman in a hospital bed and a “message from her daughter” that stated: “Thank you sooo much Dad (Apostle Taylor), the doctors were sooo amazed for my Mom’s speedy recovery. She was dead for 40 minutes but God resurrected her !!!” Continue reading