People have become anxious—or excited—upon believing that the world is going to end on September 23, 2017.
We know this is not the first time that “end times” have been badly prophesied. Most recently with the 2012 Mayan calendar hysteria.
Nonetheless, an increasing number of people are impatiently waiting and speculating about what they believe is the unavoidable. Biblical end of the world on September 23—tomorrow!
This theory is referring to “Revelation 12 Sign”. This, according to some interpretations, seem to spookily match words from the Bible.
The event is believed to mirror the end times prophecy described in the Bible.
There it is said, Christians who lived sin-free lives will be lifted by Jesus into the skies, while sinners must stay on Earth and suffer the apocalypse.
The whole end times prophecy is believed to fall in 2 parts, distributed by a 7-year period of “tribulation” where the Antichrist will prevail across the planet.
Certain paragraphs are being cited to promote the Armageddon theory:
those who are worthy of the Christians are said to rise “into the clouds” by God.
But the day of the Lord will come as a thief in the night, in which the heavens will pass away with a great noise, and the elements will melt with fervent heat; both the earth and the works that are in it will be burned up.
But not all Christians accept the same doomsday argument, bringing into question its overall validity. It’s simply fake news that a lot of Christians believe the world will end on September 23.
With this being said, we’ll have to find out on September 23rd, but by that time people’s reactions have been mixed: