Saturday, November 12, 2011

I was wrong to believe Dr. David B. Cohen about the Aleph Ori supernova

While one scholar, named Dr. David B. Cohen, had myself and a few others excited about a possible Aleph Ori supernova on 22 and 23 September, 2011, that prediction, like so many others, was entirely false. It was one of the most convincing and seemingly scripture-based predictions ever proffered. But, it was wrong, and I was wrong to embrace it.

Lesson learned. Look to the living prophet and apostles for a well grounded understanding of events to come. Specific dates predicted by scholars will almost inevitably be incorrect. Why? Likely because dates of the signs of the times are in a state of flux, based in part on our obedience or disobedience to God.

Unless a prophet or an apostle specifies a date for the fulfillment of a particular sign or prophecy, there probably is no set date. That means be ready every day, as if today were the day. If we procrastinate, it will be too late for us when the day of fulfillment arrives.

Being ready does not merely mean storing food and water and survival gear and weapons and fuel and ammunition. It most importantly means be mentally and emotionally prepared to face traumatic adversities and tragedies and even your own death. That is really what it means to say that those who are prepared have no need to fear. As long as you stay square with Jesus Christ, nothing can overcome you or scare you.

The final word on any predictions regarding the last days ultimately rests with the living prophet and the First Presidency and the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Anyone else is probably wrong. You should not stop studying the matter. Just realize where the final authority on the matter rests.

Happy studying!

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