Do you believe the world could end September 23?

Another doomsday prediction has indicated a cataclysmic event on Saturday that will shake the world.

In a nutshell, author David Meade, believes that the yet-to-be-proven planet Nibiru, also known as Planet X, will come dangerously close to the earth, and the debris field will lead to worldwide earthquakes, tsunamis, and destruction.

The reality is that he doesn't believe the world will end on September 23, but rather that it is the beginning of the end of the world as we know it.

There has been talk about a rare celestial happening on September 23 involving the constellations Virgo and Leo, an alignment of stars and planets that hasn't happened for 7,000 years, although this has been disputed. Some have tied this happening to Biblical prophecy in Revelation 12.

The fact is, these kinds of predictions based upon supposed Biblical codes, numerical coincidences, and Bible prophecy have been going on for decades -- maybe even centuries. So far, none of them has been right. However, with the passing of time, one might think the odds are in favor of a doomsday prediction finally coming true.

Don't get me wrong. I fully believe in Biblical prophecy, but what I don't believe in is people who try to predict the exact time of the second coming of the Lord. In Mathew 25, Jesus told his disciples to keep watch because "you do not know the day or the hour."

Could the Lord come back this weekend? Sure. Could He come back today? Absolutely. Could the earth suffer devastating destruction this weekend? Positively. Be it by hurricane, tornado, flood, or a North Korean nuclear missile, any number of terrible things could happen -- just as it could any other day of the year.

But, if you have plans to attend Fruita Fall Festival or the Downtown Car Show, my suggestion is to carry on with your plans and enjoy your weekend. If something traumatic is going to happen, worrying about it certainly is not going to stop it from happening.

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