July 1, 2012

Derecho Storm

Check out this article at The Blaze:

I knew that there have been really bad fires raging in the Colorado area. I knew that the whole country has reached record high temperatures, and that D.C. among other places had some really major power outages. But I didn't really know much about the thunderstorms in the Eastern U.S. Being Shabbat yesterday, I didn't spend tons of time looking this stuff up. I just knew it had happened.
This comment really brings an interesting perspective to things:
"These unique thunderstorms started in Chicago and ended up in Washington, DC. Hmmm….who came from Chicago and went to Washington? Oh, that’s right, the liar in chief in the White House. For those who have eyes to see with and ears to hear with, consider the following:

'18 For who hath stood in the counsel of the LORD, and hath perceived and heard his word? who hath marked his word, and heard it?
19 Behold, a whirlwind of the LORD is gone forth in fury, even a grievous whirlwind: it shall fall grievously upon the head of the wicked.
20 The anger of the LORD shall not return, until he have executed, and till he have performed the thoughts of his heart: in the latter days ye shall consider it perfectly.'
—JEREMIAH 23:18-20"

Another commenter stated:
"It is curious that this system is called derecho, translated means straight, like straight line. But also translates to the word right, like our rights. Our rights, “nuestros derechos” are being violated with this Obamatax ruling."

I think that there is certainly much much more to be thought of in this incident. But how interesting that this storm happened the way it did, with all of the events going on in the U.S and the World. Yes, ObamaCare was judged legal, and that is a big thing, but not the only item on the menu to be watching for. There are so many things going on. I suggest going to www.BeastWatchNews.com and reading the daily headlines from the past week. Especially Wednesday to today (Sunday).

You might also consider reading The Harbinger by Jonathan Cahn. Both of my parents have read it, and I just started it. Mom says it's required reading, and Dad read it all in one day. Knowing Dad, that's not something that just happens all the time. I don't remember him *ever* doing that. Ever. So read the book. You need to. Anyway, so end of ad. :-) I look forward to reading the book. Now I'm going to go read. :-) Shalom. :-)

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