Three Reasons Why Jesus Didn't Come Back on October 21, 2011

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The Christian media is becoming increasingly obsessed with anticipating the second coming of Christ. Harold Camping, who for 50 years has answered listeners' Bible questions on his well-known radio program, spoke with confidence of Jesus' return on May 21, 2011, based on his calculations using Bible facts. Thousands of billboards announcing Judgment Day dotted the American landscape in anticipation of that day. However, it is worth noting that Mr. Camping has made this sort of prediction before. According to him, Jesus was supposed to have returned on September 6, 1994, and thousands of his listeners were greatly disappointed when that date came and went without the tumult one would expect from the sudden disappearance of all true Christians. But who really believes that Jesus will return? And if they do believe, how are they living their lives in anticipation of His return?

The Twelve Tribes is a confederation of twelve self-governing tribes, composed of self-governing communities. We are disciples of the Son of God whose name in Hebrew is Yahshua. We follow the pattern of the early church in Acts 2:44 and 4:32, truly believing everything that is written in the Old and New Covenants of the Bible, and sharing all things in common.

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