May 21st, 2011 came and went like clockwork, and no, not a damn thing happened as one Harold Camping of Family Radio predicted. He was also wrong when he predicted the world would end in 1994 (I was 11 at the time) but — again — nothing happened. Sooner or later, he’s gonna claim he made a mistake with his calculations. B.S.!
If you read the Bible, you know that “no man knows about that day or hour, not even the angels in Heaven (Matthew 24:36).” So how did Harold Camping know? Why did he pick May 21, 2011 as the fixed Judgement Day? Is he trying to scare people into repentance, knowing they ain’t guaranteed a trip into Heaven even if they are saved such as myself? Yes, he predicted the end of times to be set on September 6, 1994, but he did not apologize to the people he deceived.
You cannot drive around the country without seeing one of those loud billboards that boast about the “May 21, 2011” date of Judgement Day. Or even receiving one of them brochures about it. They want you to be scared to death — literally — so you would convert. Gives God-fearing a whole new meaning.
So, nothing happened and the “Judgement Day” was an epic fail.