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The World is Not Going to End in 2012

Posted by Mark Atkinson on December 24, 2011 – 10:40 pm

According to Jah, the true God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the world is not going to end in 2012.

There have been films, documentaries, articles, books, magazines, newspapers, websites, blogs and many communications promoting the 2012 idea of the end. But have you stopped to consider what is behind the 2012 furore? Some may say money, others will cite fear-mongering,and others may point to conspiracy or even control, whether religious, mental or spiritual. Others will think it’s just an outright silly belief that is laughable! Well,all of these have a part to play but the real driving force behind the 2012 prediction is the Adversary, who we also know as Satan or Lucifer.

The Adversary knows the world has turned the corner and is heading swiftly towards the End Times. He knows it is coming but he doesn’t know exactly when. But he does know that the end of the world will not be in 2012 because he knows more of the Word of God than most people today. He knows from the Book of Daniel and from the Book of Revelation that there is a period of at least 7 years before this world is utterly broken down when Jesus returns. At the time of writing, no one knows when the start of that 7 year period will be, so there’s at least 7 years left if not more before the much promoted 2012 total destruction happens. Now herein lies the Adversary’s ploy.

Consider this. There has been so much hype about 2012 that when we arrive in 2013 without the end of the world having taken place, then the Adversary will have just placed a master reference point in the minds of millions of unwitting people. The real value of the whole 2012 prediction to the Adversary is how he will use it in the years that follow. Let’s look into this further.

The year 2000 was a trial run for him. In the build up to 1 January 2000, there was so much hype regarding the disasters that were supposed to result from computers and programmes not being able to handle the year 2000 date. But, then the 1 January 2000 date just passed us by without all the hype becoming a reality. In the years that followed, many expressed their utter contempt for anything even remotely predicting an end of the world disaster. The fears stirred up by the year 2000 hype have been ridiculed and utter contempt has been etched on the minds of many. Yet, the 2012 myth is going to be used by the Adversary to discredit all notions of Biblical prophecy. For those who believed the 2012 predictions, they will be proved wrong when the end does not happen. For those who rejected the 2012 myth, they will be seen as the wise ones. Either way, predictions about the end and global disasters will look ludicrous. Prophecy in the Bible will be swept up with myth in one foul swoop. The idea of a disaster on such a global scale will be scorned because people will say “we’ve been here before” and “don’t be ridiculous, it will never happen – look at 2000 and 2012″. The echoes of contempt will ring around the world.

Yet, the danger of all this is that there is a time of severe judgment coming when Jah and Jesus Christ will utterly breakdown this world and remove the evil from it. After the 2012 myth has passed, many will be lulled into a sleep thinking that judgment will not come, just like 2000 and 2012 turned out to be just another year.

‘For yourselves know perfectly that the day of the Lord so cometh as a thief in the night.For when they shall say, Peace and safety; then sudden destruction cometh upon them, as travail upon a woman with child; and they shall not escape.But ye, brethren, are not in darkness, that that day should overtake you as a thief.Ye are all the children of light, and the children of the day: we are not of the night, nor of darkness.Therefore let us not sleep, as do others; but let us watch and be sober’. (1 Thessalonians 5:2-6)

Don’t be double tricked by the 2012 myth. There’s a devilish wisdom behind it that the Adversary is keeping very close to his chest.

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  1. 1. photography course Said:

    Hey, cool content.

  2. 2. Eddie Laughlan Said:

    Hi Mark! I noticed you use “Jah” to represent the Name of our Heavenly Father, The Creator. Does it come from “Jehovah”? If it does, are you aware of the meaning in Hebrew of “hovah”?

  3. 3. Mark Atkinson Said:

    Eddie,
    Thank you for your question.

    Some say that the name Jah occurs 49 (some say 50 times) in the scriptures either as a stand alone or as part of hallelujah. Actually, it occurs many more times than that as a suffix to names such as Elijah. Jesus’ Hebrew name is a compound of his Father’s name Jah. And literally, in the Old Testament God’s people were called by His name.

    In context, Jah means God has become our salvation and it is the name that will also cause dread in the earth in the days to come. It is the shortened form of the Tetragrammaton (YHWH) and like the Tetragrammaton is pronounced and translated in different ways – some pronounce it Yah and others Jah and others Iah. You know, if we listen too much to all the scholars and the opinionated, then there is a danger that we won’t call our good friend John by his name because we will end up falling out over the pronunciation or translation (do we call him Jon, John, Johannes, Yohannes, Jean and so on? The same would become true for Jesus, Joshua, Yeshua and so on). The point is our Father is bigger than translations, pronunciations and all the scholarly undertakings. He looks on the heart of those who use His name, however they end up pronouncing or translating it. If John met a foreigner who pronounced or wrote his name with the variance of another dialect or language or accent, what an unholy fight would ensue – not so. But it seems to occur when the Holy name of our Father is used or spoken of. Personally, I have no problem in this time when anyone uses the name Yahweh or Jahoviah or Jehovah or any of the other variations to call upon the Father. Different languages are in the world – that’s a reality until the need for different languages ends in the New Heaven and Earth.

    Nevertheless, we know that the fullness of Jah dwells bodily in Christ and Jah is not only the life giver and causes to be but He is also the destroyer – that is, He is coming to destroy all that is in the image of wicked Lucifer and all the cities of this world will fall when Jesus appears in the fierceness of His Father’s wrath. It’s ironic that one of the meanings of “hovah” is destruction isn’t it?. Anyhow, our Lord reveals the meaning of His name. In the meantime, the Word is clear what we should do: “Sing unto God, sing praises to his name: extol him that rideth upon the heavens by his name JAH, and rejoice before him.” (Psalms 68:4). Thus we will do forever and we will sing with Christ when he returns.

    The name Jah is a beautiful name and is embodied not only in the name of our Lord Jesus but it is written within him in all of Jah’s fullness. For me, the name Jah is sweet and blessed. In Christ, Jah becomes the salvation of all those who love His son. But back to 2012 – yes the world will be destroyed by Jesus Christ when he returns but the Word of God debunks the 2012 hype. There is so much in God’s Word which must happen before the cities of the world will be destroyed by Jesus Christ – the prophet Daniel spoke of at least 7 years and John spoke of a similar period in Revelation. The 2012 myth is a tool in the hand of the Adversary to bring Bible prophecy into disrepute as the blog explains, nevertheless the truths of God’s Word lives in our hearts Eddie so let’s rejoice. God bless, Mark

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