Dear Christians, your weekend plans aren’t what you think they are

Friday, 20 May 2011

The Great Snatch

Just want to clarify this because things do seem to get muddied. If the Rapture were to come, you might have forgot, only 144,000 get to go home. Initially at the very least.

There are around 2.1 billion Christians in the world. How many Christian friends and loved ones do you have? Check your Facebook account. I’ll wait.

Is the number less than 14,500?

Well, then if you win the lottery of loving God enough you likely will not be going to Heaven to meet Jesus, Dad, and the Ghost with a single person you know or love. It won’t be lonely though. Part of the point was you’re not supposed to care about any of them compared to YHWH anyway. And if you do, you won’t be going. So you may get exactly what you were promised after all.

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