According to one very popular YouTube video, the world will end on July 29. As reported by the Daily Mail, the attached YouTube video from the YouTube channel titled End Times Prophecies has swelled to more than 5.2 million views since it was uploaded two weeks ago to the video-sharing platform. Even Christians who literally don't believe the world will end on July 29 -- and Christians shouldn't believe July 29th is Armageddon Day and the Second Coming of Christ, seeing as though the Bible says no man (nor the angels or Jesus) know when the earth and heaven will pass away -- might feel good about Scripture being preached.
After all, like the Apostle Paul said to the Philippians -- whether folks preach Christ out of selfish ambition (if only the man from Tarsus could've imagined YouTube pre-roll, mid-roll and post-roll ads in those ancient times) or to cause more problems -- the important thing is that Christ is preached, right? Well, not so fast.
Yes, the viral YouTube video contains plenty of Scripture -- along with lots of Revelation verses accompanied by shaky, earthquake mimicking footage that makes viewers want to look away before they have seizures. There's nice and rudimentary footage that brings Armageddon and tribulation days to life, as reported by Bible Hub, in ways that make Christians fervently pray Michael Bay would take on the project as a CGI-filled sci-fi epic action film to show them who is boss in the realm of filmmaking.
However, despite all the Bible verses gained in the below video, titled "Why The World Will End Surely on 29 July 2016? Shocking Facts," the problem with the video is the main Scripture skipped over therein -- whereby no one actually knows when the end of the world will occur.