Harold Camping To Be Released From Hospital Say Report
“Thank you for calling and sharing” is the favorite line of Harold Camping who had a stroke last week. News reports have circulated that Family Radio’s Harold Camping will be released from an Oakland area hospital. Camping suffered from a mild stroke on Thursday evening after the airing of his show ‘Open Forum’.
A phone operator at Family Radio confirmed Camping would be released from the hospital Monday. “We will be airing pre-recorded programs of Open Forum until further notice,” she told Christian Post.
Failed Rapture Predictor Harold Camping Suffers From A Stroke
The Bay Area of Oakland, California Family Radio Network preacher known for his recent predictions of the second coming was hospitalized this week. Reports say Harold Camping, 89, suffered a stroke on Thursday night at his home in Alameda.
A neighbor of Harold Camping reportedly said that Camping’s speech was affected by the stroke.
Regardless of his false prophecy of the second coming of Jesus, we need to keep Camping in our prayers because he surely needs them right now.
Faithful Harold Camping Follower Left Her Estate to Him When She Died
The family of Doris Schmitt are very upset right now because when Doris died she left most of her estate to Family Radio, associated with Harold Camping. Her family states she was very lonely and was a faithful follower of Harold Camping and Family Radio. But they believe had she lived to see the failed doomsday prediction from Camping, she would not have left her fortune to him.
Can Harold Camping Be Blamed for What Led Teen’s Fear To Suicide?
This is a very sad story and we are having a hard time covering it, but it must be told. Investigators have found that a 14 year old Russia girl was frightened over the prediction of the end of the world for May 21 that she committed suicide.
Family Radio’s preacher Harold Camping made a prediction that the end of the world would come on May 21st as the world took notice to all of the billboards, buses advertised all over the news last week.
Harold Camping Says Judgement Day was Invisible but The End Will Be Oct. 21
News reports out of Dallas Forth Worth area in Texas received news that Harold Camping’s prediction for May 21’s Judgement day was in error. The report stated he now knows that May 21 was a ‘spiritual judgement day’ and the actual date for Judgement day will be Oct. 21, 2011.
Harold Camping a ‘No Show’ to Give Explanation for False Rapture Prediction
False predictor, Harold Camping of Judgement Day for May 21, 2011, did not show up to work at 5p.m. PST. Camping was to face the music about his false prediction of the Lord’s Judgement Day at his Oakland, California based radio station, “Family Radio”.
News reporters visited Harold Camping’s home in Alameda, Ca. and he stated: “I will be putting out a message in our broadcast,” which he stated it would occur on Monday. Reports said Camping was “bewildered” and “mystified” over the ruptured “rapture” many call it.
Although, a lot of people are disappointed Jesus did not come back for His children on May 21, 2011 and Harold Camping was wrong, again, we must all make sure our souls are purified and we follow God’s commandments He left for us in His Word. Harold Camping is not the only false prophet who has displeased God, there are others who are yet misleading people: Bishop Carlton Pearson who is teaching that hell does not exist and everyone goes to heaven, Bishop Yvette Flunder who teaches it is okay to be a homosexual, Tonex who carries on his father’s church in pride while teaching Pearson’s Gospel of Inclusion, the son of Jim and Tammy Faye-Jay who teaches it is okay to be gay and a Christian, Rob Bell who teaches there is no hell and the list of false prophets go on… Although, Harold Camping was wrong about the end of the world on May 21, 2011, are you right with God? Are you taking God for granted that Jesus did not come in the rapture? Let us not take God for granted and continue to live our lives the way we want to live it.
Reporters of the San Francisco Chronicle approached Harold Camping’s front door as he slowly opened it and embarrassingly faced the camera. He said, it was a tough weekend and he replied, ‘no interviews’. He also mentioned he has to take time to look for answers and think things over, regarding over the world not ending on this past Saturday. This is the third time, his prophecy was false. Tell us, what is there to think about?
He looked very embarrassed on this following video while avoiding an interview.