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  1. And yet, (seemingly) nothing happened. Things did not transpire as thought. There was no worldwide earthquake and awful circumstances that accompanied the date of May 21, 2011. Instead that day came and went like any other day. Nothing outwardly visible happened at all. Many in the world, quite relieved, ridiculed the whole idea. “See,” they said, “it was all foolishness.” And they were not alone, those in the churches likewise rejoiced: “We told you no one can know the day or the hour!”
    And yet, (seemingly) nothing happened. Things did not transpire as thought. There was no worldwide earthquake and awful circumstances that accompanied the date of May 21, 2011. Instead that day came and went like any other day. Nothing outwardly visible happened at all. Many in the world, quite relieved, ridiculed the whole idea. “See,” they said, “it was all foolishness.” And they were not alone, those in the churches likewise rejoiced: “We told you no one can know the day or the hour!”

    And yet, (seemingly) nothing happened. 
    Things did not transpire as thought. 
    There was no worldwide earthquake and awful circumstances that accompanied the date of May 21, 2011. 
    Instead that day came and went like any other day. 
    Nothing outwardly visible happened at all. 
    Many in the world, quite relieved, ridiculed the whole idea. 
    See, they said, it was all foolishness. 
    And they were not alone, those in the churches likewise rejoiced: We told you no one can know the day or the hour!

    changed by Bill Burton .
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  2. And yet, (seemingly) nothing happened. Things did not transpire as thought. There was no worldwide earthquake and awful circumstances that accompanied the date of May 21, 2011. Instead that day came and went like any other day. Nothing outwardly visible happened at all. Many in the world, quite relieved, ridiculed the whole idea. “See,” they said, “it was all foolishness.” And they were not alone, those in the churches likewise rejoiced: “We told you no one can know the day or the hour!”
    And yet, (seemingly) nothing happened. Things did not transpire as thought. There was no worldwide earthquake and awful circumstances that accompanied the date of May 21, 2011. Instead that day came and went like any other day. Nothing outwardly visible happened at all. Many in the world, quite relieved, ridiculed the whole idea. “See,” they said, “it was all foolishness.” And they were not alone, those in the churches likewise rejoiced: “We told you no one can know the day or the hour!”

    And yet, (seemingly) nothing happened. 
    Things did not transpire as thought. 
    There was no worldwide earthquake and awful circumstances that accompanied the date of May 21, 2011. 
    Instead that day came and went like any other day. 
    Nothing outwardly visible happened at all. 
    Many in the world, quite relieved, ridiculed the whole idea. 
    See, they said, it was all foolishness. 
    And they were not alone, those in the churches likewise rejoiced: We told you no one can know the day or the hour!

    changed by Bill Burton .
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  3. Et pourtant, apparemment rien ne se passait. Les choses ne se transpirent pas comme on le pensait. Il n'y avait pas de tremblement de terre dans le monde entier et des circonstances terribles qu’accompagnaient la date du 21 Mai 2011. Au lieu de cela, ce jour-là venait et passait comme n'importe quel autre jour. Rien du tout visible de l'extérieur était arrivé. Beaucoup dans le monde, très soulagés, ridiculisaient l’idée. “Voyez,” disaient-ils, “c'était de la folie.” Et ils n'étaient pas les seuls, ceux des églises de la même manière se réjouissaient: disant “Nous vous avons dit que personne ne peut savoir le jour et l’heure!”
    Et pourtant, apparemment rien ne se passait. Les choses ne se transpirent pas comme on le pensait. Il n'y avait pas de tremblement de terre dans le monde entier et des circonstances terribles quaccompagnaient la date du 21 Mai 2011. Au lieu de cela, ce jour- venait et passait comme n'importe quel autre jour. Rien du tout visible de l'extérieur était arrivé. Beaucoup dans le monde, très soulagés, ridiculisaient lidée. Voyez, disaient-ils, c'était de la folie.  Et ils n'étaient pas les seuls, ceux des églises de la même manière se réjouissaient: disant Nous vous avons dit que personne ne peut savoir le jour et lheure!
    changed by Robert Edmiston .
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