With crisis after crisis occurring all over the world, almost half of America’s Christians now fear the end times are upon us.
A recently conducted poll surveyed Christians primarily located in the United States and found that 47% held the belief that the end times are near.
Interestingly enough, even 30% of people who have no particular religious beliefs fear we may be living in the end times
The end times, as depicted in the Bible are often associated with a number of global catastrophes which some believers feel the coronavirus pandemic may have been a part of.
There are also a few key future events which are universally agreed upon as part of the end times: The Second Coming of Jesus Christ, the Rapture and the Last Judgement. These are what many believe humanity is about to face.
Jack Hibbs, a pastor out of California says that in his opinion, we certainly are living in the last days.
The pastor notes that the World Economic Forum has been calling for a “one world currency” which is something clearly discussed in Revelations.
Hibbs further states that post-pandemic fears thanks to a weak economy and a skyrocketing crime rate have forced people to ask these questions for the first time looking for an explanation as to why all of this is really happening.
Do you think the global crises occurring one after another are proof that this is the end? Watch the video for more information to help you decide.