As you might expect, the followers of Harold Camping, the latest false “end-times” prophet, are offering mixed feelings about their leader’s failed prophecy. One follower, Gary Vollmer, claims that this was a “spiritual judgment” and that “there is no more salvation.” Others are no doubt wondering how they will recover from the financial ruin into which they have plunged themselves.
Tom Evans, who is a board member of Family Radio, hopes that FR will repay all those who gave their money to the organization. Yeah, I’ll hold my breath on that one. Organizations that are built by false prophets are not terribly concerned with the lives they ruin so long as the donors keep giving. They’re leeches who suck the lifeblood out of the unsuspecting and gullible and leave them alone to pick up the pieces of their shattered lives. So, while I hope and pray that Camping and his lemmings have had a major reality check and will repent, I am not terribly hopeful.
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