Chip and chase: august 25, 2010
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The biggest danger comes from people saying that “we’re too soon” or “we’re just being optimistic.” Because we aren’t as likely to see the Second Coming as we used to be. The apocalyptic visions were mostly dreams. Maybe they’ll come true, maybe they won’t. There’s no way to tell. We’ve all heard about how, in the 1930s, there was a movie called the Titanic that brought about all of mankind’s troubles. Or when God’s angelic hand showed up on our doorstep on Easter morning, he said to God “You’re not going to take anything from me again. You’re going to make it right.” No, we aren’t going to see a savior. The apocalypse is never going to happen or happen much at all. I’m going to tell you that, because it’s really pretty cool. I have, in fact, writ더킹카지노주소ten a book about this. A book full of the apocalypse’s visions. If you want some good ones, check out the book The End of Days. The vision for Earth, the day will come.
The main reason most people don’t believe the Second Coming is that they’re living a pre-prepared life. This means they don’t see that our world as we do might not hold the answers we think we do. They’re pre-prepared to believe in the idea that the answer will come from the end of time and so on, but this is a false assumption.
The Second Coming is the inevitable consequence of humans’ creation of machines. For the past 1.7 billion years, humans have worked to put together the things we have. These include our bodies, our minds, our minds. It wasn’t until, after the creation of the universe, that things began to fall apart. The idea of the Universe falling apart was the product of humans’ constant looking for answers to the big questions about the meaning of life that, by then