The return of Jesus and the end time prophecies have been around ever since Christ went back to heaven, but they all turn into bitter disappointment. In fact, no one knows the exact date of the return of Jesus Christ. In this list, top latest End Times Predictions and return of Jesus and that miserably failed, includes numerous modern false prophets, religious believers or leaders, scientist…
Great Disappointment (William Miller, Millerites 1843-1844)
Although it was not officially endorsed by their leadership, many Millerites expected the Second Coming of Jesus to occur on April 28 or at the end of 1843.
When the prediction failed, William miller predicted another date, Mar 21, 1844, that Jesus would return. The disappointment of the second prediction was worse than the first one.
Mother Shipton (1881)
Ursula Southeil, better known as Mother Shipton, is said to have been an English soothsayer and prophetess. Her publications contained a number of prophecies: regional predictions and the End of the World.
400 years earlier, Mother Shipton claimed that the world would end in 1881: “The world to an end shall come. In eighteen hundred and eighty one”.
Jonas Wendell – 1873
In 1870, Wendell published his views in the booklet entitled The Present Truth, or Meat in Due Season, concluding that the Second Advent was sure to occur in 1873.
In case you don’t remember, we are in 2015 now; Jesus is still yet to come.
Catholic Apostolic Church – 1901
This church, founded in 1831, claimed that Jesus would return by the time the last of its 12 founding members died. The last member died in 1901, and Jesus has not come.
The disappointment has led to a gradual decline in church membership. The organization is barley known in some parts of the worlds.
Ed Dobson, Timothy Dwight IV, Edgar Cayce, Isaac Newton, 2000
In his book The End: Why Jesus Could Return by A.D. 2000, Pastor Ed Dobson predicted the end would occur in 2000 with the second coming of Jesus.
Timothy Dwight IV, the President of Yale University, foresaw the beginning of Christ’s Millennium by the year 2000.
The American mystic (psychic), Edgar Cayce, predicted Jesus Christ would return in the year 2000 as well.
If Newton was a true physicist and mathematician, surely he was a false prophet. In his book, Observations upon the Prophecies of Daniel, and the Apocalypse of St. John, he predicted Christ’s Millennium would begin in the year 2000.
James Harmston, the leader of the True and Living Church of Jesus Christ of Saints of the Last Days, also had his prediction for Jesus to come in 2000, precisely in April 6, 2001.
Harold Camping – May 21, 2011; Oct 21, 2011
In 2001, Harold Camping claimed that the Rapture and Judgment Day would occur on May 21, 2011, and predicted the end of the world would arrive in five months later, on October 21, 2011.
I don’t know where you are, but this is 2015 and Human beings are not in Heaven yet. Sadly, some people still believe his words, following him as a real man of God.
Ronald Weinland – Sep 29, 2011; May 27, 2012; May 18, 2013
Ronald Weinland is a former Worldwide Church of God (WCG) minister and founder of Church of God, Preparing for the Kingdom of God (COG-PKG).
He predicted the second coming of Christ on September 29, 2011. When his prediction failed to occur, he changed the date to May 27, 2012. Again, that prediction failed. He then moved the date to May 18, 2013. Being now out of false predictions, as excuse, he claims “a day with God is as a year”.
As of today, Weinland is not in heaven or hell, he is in federal prison, after he was convicted of tax evasion in 2012 and sentenced to 3 1/2 years.
Grigori Rasputin – Aug 23, 2013
Unlike the others, “prophet” Rasputin was more detailing in his false prophecy; maybe to get more attention.
He predicted a storm would hit the earth, causing a fire to destroy most life on land and Jesus Christ would return to earth to comfort those in distress.