By Chito E. Germino, Paknaan, Mandaue City
ON AUG. 1, 2019, at about 10:30 a.m., I was able to view the History Channel on Cable TV. It featured a documentary titled “Nostradamus Effect.” The topic in the documentary was “rapture,” a prediction by Paul, written in the Bible. The process of the rapture is that a person will just disappear and is understood to have gone to heaven.
This is a prediction of Paul, a Pharisee. Jesus warned the people not to believe the teachings of the Pharisee. He said, “Beware of the years of the Pharisees!” Yeast to him, means false teachings or messages.
Ever since Paul had written letters which were incorporated in the Bible, the world had been in chaos and confusion. We ought not to believe any message coming from Paul no matter how good sounding. He was a fake apostle, convertd by Satan disguised as Jesus Christ.
The word “rapture” is not found in the King James Version Bible. So that word is of questionable origin. More so, as it is written by a fake apostle.
The producers of the “Nostradamus Effect” have a hidden agenda, which is to sow fear among citizens of the world. Beware of them.