The Christian community on YouTube is buzzing with a "revelation" that "Time's Up" and that the end is near.
It started with a woman named Charity warning her YouTube audience that she heard "the spirit of the Lord" speaking to her with an urgent message that she was supposed to share. "I was in the shower , and I heard the Lord speaking in my spirit very clearly and succinctly," she claimed. "No more time. No more time. No more time. And then He stopped. He said it three times." She went on to "prove" that the message was real, saying that she was then given a Ezekiel 12:27-28 biblical scripture reference as a confirmation.
12:27 Son of man, behold, they of the house of Israel say, The vision that he seeth is for many days to come, and he prophesieth of the times that are far off.
12:28 Therefore say unto them, Thus saith the Lord GOD; There shall none of my words be prolonged any more, but the word which I have spoken shall be done, saith the Lord GOD.
According to Charity, many Christians are getting the same message that there is no more time, but that there are a lot of scoffers. To them, she warns that "His words will not be delayed any longer" and that it is time to get right with God because Jesus is coming soon.
Her message was well-received by fellow believers. "I seldom hear a word from someone that shakes me, and this does!" wrote one commentator. "As much as I am ready for Him to receive us, it's still very frightening , in the sense of "awe struck" to know that we are soon to be in His presence. Glory to God, Praise Jesus! We are going home!!!"
Pastor David A. Zacker, a "watchman," was "moved" by Charity's message and felt "very, very strongly" about it, warning that "We are in the season."
His followers thought that the warning was true. "I heard this too sent to me from a dear brother in the LORD and my spirit resonates with this message and STRONGLY too," wrote one. "I believe that TIME HAS RUN OUT!!!"
According to Zacker, organized religion has been a great deceiver, making it difficult for believers to be "the bride of Christ" as the end draws near.
Another believer in the "time's up" warning says that based on the biblical creation story, a day equaling a thousand years for God, and various uses of the number seven in the bible, the end is definitely near.