According to an evangelical theologian, the apocalypse is coming and the end of the world will occur around 2021. Our civilization is about to be on the brink of an end, according to the same person.
The recently deceased evangelical theologian, Dr. F. Kenton Beshore, president of the World Bible Society, said that, according to a series of messages hidden deep in the Bible, the end of the world would take place before 2021 and would include a sinister end for humanity.
The World Bible Society is convinced that not only will the apocalypse take place very soon, but that Jesus will return to Earth soon after. According to the same society, the world will “end” at the latest in 2021, and Jesus will return to Earth in 2028 after the apocalypse.
“A nation shall rise against a nation, and a kingdom against a kingdom, and there shall be famines and earthquakes in various places. All this will only be the beginning of pain. Matthieu 24:8
Beshore based his curious apocalyptic predictions on various Bible verses that predict the arrival of loud voices and lights in heaven announcing the second arrival of Jesus Christ on Earth. The theologian, moreover, liked to warn that, before the arrival of Christ, a series of catastrophes would occur on the entire planet that would include the rise of the antichrist to power and numerous “signs” coming from the sun, the moon and in the stars, would generate panic among the world population.
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Dr Beshore explained: “Seven major signs have already been accomplished, five major signs are being accomplished, and 15 other major signs have not yet been accomplished. Those who watch are the obedient servants of the Lord. The Lord Jesus ordered us to watch over his return.”
However, skeptics and many others believe that nothing will happen by 2021 and that none of this should be taken seriously. Even Beshore’s followers have begun to doubt prophecies since man claimed that these apocalyptic manifestations would begin in 2018, and surprisingly nothing has happened so far.
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