The End Times
I have been incredibly busy, finally finishing up a book on the end times. Going through numerous prophecies, the lives and writings of various mystics and seers, countless books, pamphlets, websites, biographies…. this has been an exhausting endeavor. I’m glad to be at the point that I can start seeing the light at the end of the tunnel though. What started me on this trek was the vast amount of misinformation and false prophecy out there. I’ve been caught before by false apparitions, so I’ve learned to take a more cautious approach these days. Long ago, I had read one of the most beautiful descriptions of the mass that I had ever read. Continuing on with the various messages, though, I found messages with directly contradict church teaching, which absolutely show that those messages (even if supernatural) are not coming from *heaven*. Many other messages are far more subtle. That’s why scripture tells us to “test the spirits” and speaks about the need for discernment. I’ve finally managed to put together an authoritative book of prophecy from accepted seers, complete with explanations for prophecies disregarded. And yes, I know that we are not obliged to believe in any given prophecy or apparition as this is considered “private revelation”, but I always found it prudent to consider what heaven is suggesting to us for our own time. It’s typically the same message we hear from Scripture itself – “Repent” is the main theme. The rest is basically, “you may not have time to repent if you don’t do it now”.
Not only as a matter of “the end of the world”, that message is applicable to each of us today. None of us are guaranteed a tomorrow. If I die today, then it’s the end of MY world. The end of “THE” world won’t matter to me after that.