Michael Colunga (4 March 2011)
"Re:  Time is short for some--Alan Clark--San Diego Billboard Says, "Judgment Day- May 21, 2011""

Hello, John and Doves,
Bro Alan, unless you saw this on Google Maps, or spied this on some live internet cam,
I assume you live in San Diego, California--as I do.
Well, attending Maranatha Chapel, where Ray Bentley teaches the Word verse by verse,
I can tell you that we must treat all our neighbors with love.
It helps to have a sense of Yuma.  You head east on Interstate 8, and as soon as you've
crossed the California-Arizona border.....Voila!  You're in Yuma!  LOL
No, really, every day is Judgment Day for many people:
155,204 People Die on Average Each Day. Based off the CIA World Factbook, the World's Death rate is 8.37 deaths per 1,000 people each year. (2009 est.)
It is written,
    "And as it is appointed for men to die once, but after this the judgment,
so Christ was offered once to bear the sins of many. To those who eagerly wait for Him He will appear a second time, apart from sin, for salvation."  Hebrews 9:27-28
In other words, we don't know when Christ will come for His Bride, but time is short for some.
Who knows, but that you will witness to a co-worker, see them saved, and come to find out that
they entered eternity unexpectedly, tragically that very night?
In HaShem,
Mike C.
Alan Clark (3 March 2011)
"San Diego Billboard Says "Judgment Day- May 21, 2011""

On busy highway 163 at Clairemont Mesa Blvd. in Kerney Mesa (San Diego) Family Radio has just put up a billboard. It says "Judgment Day- May 21, 2011".

This will be a step backwards as we try to tell others about the unfolding of Bible prophecy.

If you look through the pictures on this link to find one that is similar to it.

According to the San Francisco Chronicle, former civil engineer Harold Camping is one of the leading voices of the doomsday movement. After doing some number crunching based on biblical figures, Camping has apparently come up with a new and improved expiration date for the human race: May 21, 2011. Camping previously thought that the world was going to end on Sept. 6, 1994, but discovered that he had made a mathematical error.

Above quote from: http://www.aolnews.com/2011/01/03/may-21-is-judgement-day-harold-campings-latest-doomsday-predic/