It's been called many things.  The apocalypse, the rapture, the end of the world, or even the second coming of Christ, and it's supposed to happen tomorrow.

I believe in God, I believe in Jesus Christ, and I do believe that someday this world will see it's end.  I do not believe that will be tomorrow, or even start tomorrow.  Some people are 100% sure that I'm wrong and feel that this prophecy will be fulfilled.

Now these types of predictions have been made since the beginning of mankind and they don't bother me much but what does bother me is that some people really take this to heart and end up hurting themselves and their families in the process of doing what they feel is right.  Religious leaders, prophets, seers, and others that they look up to tell them with a surety that this is it and they sell their homes, spend their savings, and go out crusading all in the name of their God, religion, and everything that's good so that they can spread the message.  Oh yeah, it happens.  It happened in 2011 when Christian leader Harold Camping prophesied the end of the world not once, but twice, and what happened?  He was wrong, dead wrong, both times.

Now I wish I could explain to you exactly why and who's making the prediction for the beginning of the rapture tomorrow but I can't figure it out.  According to Fox News it has something to do with this...

On September 23, 2017, the sun will be in the constellation Virgo (the virgin), along with the moon near Virgo’s feet. Additionally, Jupiter will be in Virgo, while the planets Venus, Mars, and Mercury will be above and to the right of Virgo in the constellation Leo. Some people claim that this is a very rare event (allegedly only once in 7,000 years) and that it supposedly is a fulfillment of a sign in Revelation 12.

And since Revelation 12 discusses a “woman clothed with the sun, with the moon under her feet and a crown of twelve stars on her head,” a connection is being made between what is described in Revelation and what’s slated to happen in the skies.

 

One thing that discredits this theory is that these events have already happened here on earth.  They happened in 1827, 1483, 1293 and 1056 — all in the month of September.

Bottom line: this world will move on tomorrow.  There will be no apocalypse, rapture, or second coming at least tomorrow.  Enjoy your family, do not sell your possessions off, and continue to try to be a better person every day of your life so that when and if that day really comes, you'll be ready to meet your maker.