Now is May 22, in most part of the world, which means, the doomsday had doomed. However, how do the followers of Harold Camping feel? Michael Finaldi, a Rapture believer, said, As long as it was May 21, the Rapture would occur.
Finaldi is one of the people who believes in Harold Camping's prediction of the Rapture striking May 21.
"We know it's May 21," Finaldi said. "I don't know the details of how God's going to do it."
"We're going over scriptures. We have hope," Karen Decker of Cedar Knolls said Saturday afternoon. "We're praying. We're praying for our loved ones."
Even when asked about how he might feel should the Rapture not happen on May 21, Finaldi referred to 1994, the year when Camping predicted the Rapture would happen but later said he was wrong because of a mathematical error.
"I lived through 1994," he said. "I trust the Bible. There's no other way I can describe it. ... I know it's true. No matter what happens, I trust the Bible."