The Vatican Says Jesus Is Not Coming Back

I know many will not find this funny but if you are one of those expecting that Jesus Christ is coming very soon, then you may just have to shelve that thought because according to waterfordwhispersnews.com, the Vatican, the seat of the Roman Catholic Church Worldwide has admitted that Jesus is not coming in again.

The website quoted a spokesperson of the Vatican that it has officially announced that the second coming of Jesus, the only son of the God, may not happen now after all, but urged followers to still continue with their faith, regardless of the news.

It is reported that Cardinal Giorgio Salvadore told waterfordwhispersnews.com that this years 1,981st anniversary is to be the Vatican’s last in regards to waiting for the Lord to return to earth.

This is what the Cardinal Giorgio Salvadore said:

We just feel Jesus is not coming back by the looks of it.

It’s been ages like this. He’s probably flat out doing other really good things for people somewhere else.

Nearly two thousand years ago, Jesus promised his disciples that he would come again in chapter John 14:1-3 of the bible:

‘There are many homes up where my Father lives, and I am going to prepare them for your coming.

When everything is ready, then I will come and get you, so that you can always be with Me where I am. If this weren’t so, I would tell you plainly.’

The Vatican defended Jesus’ ‘broken promise’, claiming ‘he was probably drinking wine’ at the time when he made the comments.

Having the ability to turn water into wine had its ups and its downs.

We all make promises we can’t keep when we’re drunk. Jesus was no different.

The church said it will now focus attentions on rebuilding its reputation around the world, but will keep an optimistic mind for the savior’s second coming.

So do you think the Vatican may be right after all?

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