Good things that could happen if tomorrow is the day God raptures christians away to heaven.
1. I go to heaven. However, I don’t know if the Christianity of Jesus’s time is still the Christianity of today. For all I know only 500 or less present day humans are worthy. Maybe only people who don’t watch TV are worthy. eh.
2. Less demand for gas = lower gas prices.
3. Shorter lines
4. Lots of available jobs – The show must go on. However, I’m not going to work anymore if this happens and I’m “left behind”. I’m going to become a street prophet. Sackcloth and ashes all the way. I’ll need to atone.
5. There is a God.
Not so good things that could happen if May 21st is the day God raptures christians away to heaven.
1. Everyone else has to live in hell on earth with the anti-christ for like…7 years or so.
3. Members of all other faiths and atheists will be pissed.
4. My mom is definitely on the list. I’ll be sad to see her go, but I will actually know she’s in a better place. (This is only if I don’t make it. If I make it, then we’ll be together for eternity.)
5. Housing market will really tank – Squatters rights!! LOL
6. The person who wins the 2012 election may be the anti-christ. Just sayin.
What would you add to this list?
Can you imagine what would happen if Michelle Obama said that she studied witchcraft…But it’s ok…because she never actually joined a coven? Fox News would have a field day. Most evangelicals equate Wiccans with Satanists, but an admission like this might be considered minor. You see, I’m almost sure many of them consider being a Muslim as far worse that either. Just my opinion. Maybe that’s why they aren’t tripping about comments made years ago by Senate Candidate Christine O’Donnell on “Politically Incorrect”.
If the First Lady ever admitted practicing Voodoo or dabbling in Islam or considering Athiesm…It would be ON and poppin…like popcorn! LOL
I just love this quote from Bill Maher – “It’s funny to me, Chris, because this is the woman who claimed on another one of our ‘Politically Incorrect’ episodes from the ’90s that she would not lie, even in the case of hiding Anne Frank in her attic,” Maher told Matthews. “Eddie Izzard confronted her and said, ‘Really? If Hitler was at the door and you had Anne Frank in the attic, you wouldn’t lie?’ She said, ‘No. God would find a way.’ ” Now that is good TV! Crazy with a side of oblivious.
Hopefully, God will find a way for the people of Delaware to have proper representation. In my opinion Christine could make far more money as an entertaining pundit. Look at Sister Sarah P. She’s gangsta…the Lil Kim of Pundits.
“2008 could be the year of reckoning for those ministers that pimp, I mean encourage, the faithful to sew into their own ‘personal’ ministries. I do believe there are ministers out there who are legit and I hope those running a game in the guise of a ministry are exposed and properly dealt with. These wayward men and women of God manage to turn churches, and apparently even schools into money making machines mainly for their personal gain. We should call this the real American Hustle…”
TULSA, Okla. (Associated Press) — Two televangelists have resigned their posts as regents at Oral Roberts University, as the debt-ridden school tries to regroup following a spending scandal involving its former president. The university on Thursday also settled with one of three professors who filed a wrongful termination lawsuit against the school.
Benny Hinn and I.V. Hilliard resigned as regents, where they were involved in making major school decisions, university spokesman Jeremy Burton said Thursday. Burton declined to say why the two resigned, but said both wrote the board to express their support for the school’s mission.
The resignations come a month after the resignations from the board of regents of two other televangelists, Jesse Duplantis and Creflo Dollar.
Hinn and Dollar are among six televangelists being investigated by Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley to determine if the high-profile preachers violated their organizations’ tax-exempt status by living lavishly on the backs of small donors. They have denied wrongdoing.
A phone message left after-hours Thursday at Hilliard’s ministry, The New Light Christian Center, was not immediately returned. Ronn Torossian, a spokesman for Hinn, did not immediately respond to an e-mail message sent after-hours Thursday seeking comment.
The resignations follow that of Richard Roberts, who stepped down as university president in November amid allegations he misspent school funds to bankroll a lavish lifestyle. Roberts, the son of school founder Oral Roberts, held the position at the 5,700-student school since 1993.
Former regent Harry McNevin, who resigned 20 years ago over what he says was excessive spending by Oral and Richard Roberts, said Thursday’s resignations couldn’t have come soon enough.
“The whole board needs to go,” McNevin said. “I see (the university) as a corporation belonging to the Robertses.” Click here for the rest of the article.
“Benny Hinn and Creflo Dollar have enough issues of their own with the government, so I don’t blame them for putting that finger up and walking out.”