Boy will these people be in for a shock when they find out that after June 30, they will still not be able to walk through walls or fly through the air, (We just hope none of them get hurt trying any of these stunts. Read the article to find out more about this group).
Jesus Christ warned that at the time of the end, there would be false Christs crawling out from every rock. Don't be deceived by these charlatans. Jesus Christ will not bodily return to this earth until after the conclusion of a very horrible and traumatic period of time that will befall this world, (the Tribulation)
At that time if anyone says to you, ‘Look, here is the Messiah!’ or, ‘There he is!’ do not believe it. For false messiahs and false prophets will appear and perform great signs and wonders to deceive, if possible, even the elect. See, I have told you ahead of time. “So if anyone tells you, ‘There he is, out in the wilderness,’ do not go out; or, ‘Here he is, in the inner rooms,’ do not believe it. Matthew 24:23-26 NIV
From the article:
Doris Rosado watches her teenage daughters, Ninette and Kiara Mongrut, get the numbers “666” tattooed on their wrists, beaming with pride. The number typically conjures up biblical symbolism tied to the Antichrist, but this
Ont., family belongs to a obscure Christian sect for which “666” is a positive
symbol of their group’s messianic leader. “They wanted to do it,” Ms. Rosado,
45, said at the St. Catharines
tattoo parlour where her daughters were inked. “But now it’s more important
because we’re counting down… I’m so proud.”
For this family, and other members of Growing in Grace International, these tattoos are a way of demonstrating their faith as true believers of Jose de Luis de Jesus — who they fervently believe is the second coming of Jesus Christ — before a day of reckoning they believe will wipe out most of humanity. The group, which they say has branches in five Canadian cities and members in more than 130 countries, believes that on June 30 (or July 1 across the international dateline), their Texas-based leader and his followers will be transformed, said Alex Poessy, the group’s bishop in Canada.
To spread the word, Growing in Grace put up billboards in
Toronto this week
featuring Mr. de Jesus.“That day, the body of Jose de Luis de Jesus, who is a
human like you and me, his flesh is going to be immortal…. He’s going to be
living forever. And that will happen to him, but also his followers.”