A doomsday preacher has predicted the end of the world will arrive in 2021 – with floods, earthquakes and plagues.
President of the World Bible Society, Dr F Kenton Beshore made the wild claims about the raptures arrival almost seven years ago – but said Jesus will join to save us all by 2028.
The details are to be revealed in his book simply entitled When, which was published before his death in 2016.
The Preacher wrote: "Jesus was saying, in effect, that when you see the birth pains – World War I and II and famines, pestilences and earthquakes – you will know that His return is drawing near.
"It literally means 'born one.' Jesus said this 'born one' (nation of Israel) will be in existence when He returns.
"Seven major signs have already been fulfilled, five major signs are currently being fulfilled, and 15 more major signs are yet to be fulfilled."
Beshore believes that many of the signs preceding the Apocalypse have already taken place – such as the rebirth of the state of Israel, and travel across Earth and into space.
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Both World Wars and the founding of the UN are warnings of impending Apocalypse, according to Beshore.
He claims the rapture will bring floods, earthquakes, plagues, asteroid hits and volcanic eruptions killing the entire human race.
During the early years of the Apocalypse, the Antichrist will also rise to rule the world. However, Christian's will be safe as Jesus will resurrect them on his arrival, according to the World Bible Society.
However, the rest of humanity dubbed as sinners and non-believers will be left to die in corpse-infested waters.
Other doomsday mongers, including pastor Paul Begley, believe that the coronavirus outbreak and tensions in the Middle East are also signalling the possibility of an apocalypse in the near future.
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