May 21, 2011 is the end of days according to believers. Once again there is a Christian movement warning that The Judgement Day is at hand, and humanity only hasÂ a few months to repent. There is a group of people who are going around with vans, and the doomsday message is painted on those vans and billboardsÂ warning of the last day on earth.
One woman in particular is Marie Exley. She is a 32-year-old army veteran who is spending her final days on Earth warning others of the end, but most folks don't want to hear it. In fact, the Bible warns that the end will come as a thief in the night, and no one knows the day and time. Yet, people like Exley persist in spreading the word.
Forbes reports, "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 on May 21, 2011."
What Exley and others believe is that the Rapture will be the end of the world for Christians, and Christians who are true believers will exit the Earth. However, if you make it to May 22, it simply means you are not a true Christian, and you better get right with God. The Rapture has been predicted many times before, and either many Christians missed out, or it hasn't happened.Â The Book of Revelation is full of clues to the last day, and many people persist in trying to predict the day.
It's not that any day might not be the last for you, but to make these predictions is not what the Bible teaches. If everyone lived their lives as if this day might be their last, humans would live spirit filled lives and make the most out of the time each individual has left. As for the date, it's a possibility, but not a probability.