RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - If there had been time, Marie Exley would have liked to start a family. Instead, the 32-year-old Army veteran has less than six months left, which she'll spend spreading a stark warning: Judgment Day is almost here.
Exley is part of a movement of Christians loosely organized by radio broadcasts and websites, independent of churches and convinced by their reading of the Bible that the end of the world will begin May 21, 2011.
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Ok, first off the group who is claiming the end of days is in May are not TRUE Christians. They are some new age group of goofs. There is nothing to indicate that May is the end of the world. As a matter of fact, The Bible itself teaches that these guys are wrong.
11" Many false prophets will arise and will mislead many.
23" Then if anyone says to you, 'Behold, here is the Christ,' or 'There He is,' do not believe him.
42" Therefore be on the alert, for you do not know which day your Lord is coming.
The Bible tell's us that no one knows when Christ will return, not even Christ himself. Only God the father knows. So though we should all be ready for Christ's return at any time. There is nothing to indicate that May is the time he will return.