I must speak out on the womans behalf. She’s of course most likely wrong, but technically, none of us know and are supposed to remain vigelant, just as if it could come at any hour, in this case, the 19th or 20th. The fact she’s standing on the corner, trying to warn people, even if she does indeed, think with all of her heart this is going to happen, she’s taking it upon herself to warn others, she in her own mind thinks she is doing God’s will and she has love for her fellow man, even total strangers, enough to try to help them any way she can with this, in this case, holding up a sign.
Have you guys ever encountered preachers standing at busy intersections preaching the gospel, just to the public, just to anybody that happens to be near or drive by? They go on and on, seemingly foolishly to the average person, and I look to these people and admire their courage, I even prayed with one of them when I was in Seattle and it was a short, but moving prayer session.
I choose not to mock her, for I know God loves her, dilusional or not, and I admire her courage to do this, misguided or not, this is showing faith in the face of adversity ie. the world, the public, at large, and I guarantee, these sign wavers, these street corner preachers face a barrage of insults in the process, this is why you don’t see them very often doing this, for it is a very difficult task.