Why Do People Believe that 'Jesus Is Coming Back'? Why Don't They See that He...

@mythociate (15942)
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
May 20, 2011 5:31pm CST
... Hasn't Left? It's annoying that people so-focus on 'how Jesus ISN'T here' (poverty, war, scandal, terrorism) that they can't see how He IS! (Love, Mercy, Luck, Acceptance) I would rather be too busy focusing on the good to give the bad stuff any credence! I think I might know why: to take their mind off the cold-hard sinfulness of their daily existence in slavery to The Almighty Dollar. Why else might it be that people deny Jesus' presence here-and-now?
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@aerous (13474)
• Philippines
8 Jun 11
Well, there is prophecy in that matter, friend. all sign that jesus christ is coming is done...In that day your almighty dollar will not save you. Even the bravest man on earth will cried out...
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@mythociate (15942)
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
12 Jun 11
All the Bible's prophecy's were fulfilled in Jesus Christ. They say nothing of our future, except that we will live as children of God.
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@aerous (13474)
• Philippines
13 Jun 11
No, friend. They are not only fulfilled to Jesus. But many other prophecy is fulfilled like wars, famine, floods and everything...
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@mythociate (15942)
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
17 Jun 11
I agree; many other prophecies are introduced by wars, famine, floods etc., but they are made complete in Christ!
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• United States
21 May 11
A person can choose to believe or not believe. I don't listen to what others say I should believe in and or nor do I enforce and or appeal anyone else to believe. I simply do what is right for me and you need to do what is right for you. Preaching will not get anyone to change their mind so I at times don't understand why some exert so much anger while doing so.
@mythociate (15942)
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
22 May 11
Because they are a part of me; and I want to avoid 'getting dragged into the all consuming fire.'
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