Friday, December 3, 2010

IHOP Kansas City invites Koreans to end-of-world conference. Good timing!

Posted By on Fri, Dec 3, 2010 at 8:00 AM

click to enlarge At IHOP, the end is near. And don't worry -- we're not talking pancakes.
  • At IHOP, the end is near. And don't worry -- we're not talking pancakes.

Mike Bickle, founder of Kansas City's International House of Prayer, believes that this is the generation that will see the return of Jesus Christ -- to save those who welcomed Him into their hearts, leave behind those who didn't and, if He happens to run into him, punch Bill Maher in the neck.

But who would believe that Jesus would choose now, of all the thousands of way better years to choose from? Why, the Koreans, of course! Because their world might actually be ending!



Last week -- three days after North Korea shelled its southern neighbor, sparking fears of war -- IHOP uploaded the video below. In it, Bickle urges Koreans to travel to the United States and shell the organization with cash in the form of registration fees for a Korean End Times Conference. In exchange, Bickle will tell them what end-times signs to look out for.

(Let me save you some time, Koreans: See that crazy midget ruler with his arms full of James Bond DVDs? Yeah, the end is near.)

The video's a little tedious, but the sale picks up around the three-minute mark. It's weird to think that six months from now, some Koreans are going to watch bombs fall from the sky and think to themselves, Holy shit! Bickle was right!

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