Archive for May 2011

Natural Disasters on the Increase

May 24, 2011

In the last several weeks, there has been a noticeable increase of natural disasters striking major population centers not only in the U.S. but also in Japan with the recent earthquake and tsunami. Jackson, MS, Tuscaloosa, AL, and so many more cities were struck directly by a tornado with significant loss of life in April, and now Joplin, Mo. in May. Is this normal or is this unusual?

In my lifetime, I hardly ever heard of a tornado going through a large city until this year.Tuscaloosa has been hit before, but not with loss of life like this recent occasion to the best of my knowledge. I never heard of a tornado passing through downtown Birmingham, AL until this year. This does seem to be strange. I can remember one tornado going through Nashville, TN just a few years ago, also. All of these events seem to be pointing at something we have never really experienced before in our history. Some disasters we were shielded from before are now befalling us in ever-increasing numbers. Why is this happening?

First, the number of tornadoes striking our nation this year seems to be in historic numbers and also unprecedented destruction. A few years ago, a major city (New Orleans) was largely destroyed by hurricane Katrina. These huge storms keep finding our major population centers to wreak destruction on nearly unprecedented levels on scales we could ever have hardly imagined before in our history. There is a reason this is occurring and it definitely has nothing to do with global warming.

In my book, “Jeremiah’s Prophecies: The End of the United States,” God is speaking and says, “They (the people of the United States) have divorced the God they were married to and joined their hearts to their idols…The mountains, valleys, and forests all mourn from the evil that is abundant in the land. Therefore, there are birth pangs in this land. Nature is in discord, devastating the countryside with an uncommon number of storms. The earth reacts to the blood that has been spilled in this country, trying to force the evil out.” If you do not think the earth reacts to blood being spilled in this world through evil actions, then read Genesis 4:1-12. Cain killed his brother Abel and in verse 10 it says, “…the voice of your brother’s blood cries out to me from the ground” What was a result of the blood being received by the earth? Genesis 4:12 says, “When you till the ground, it shall not henceforth yield to you its strength.” Nature reacts to spilled blood that results from evil actions. Nature has essentially been in discord since the first man sinned.

Up until recently, God had been protecting this country from most of nature’s devastating storms. We have had a lot of destruction in our history from storms and earthquakes, but God did shield us from a lot more that could have happened. Today, things have changed and we are no longer protected from anything nature wants to throw at us. Why? The reason is we have turned our backs on God in this country and God has been patiently waiting on us to repent, but we never have. God has said, “Enough! I will not protect you from any disaster that comes your way; be it from nature or a man-caused disaster (terrorism).” God has given us a president that will lead us into bankruptcy and a do-nothing Congress that will let him have his way. The future is the loss of all our freedoms and God’s judgment on this country which has already begun as shown by him lifting his hand of protection for us from nature’s awesome wrath.

There is only one solution to save this country from God’s wrath. We have to turn back to God. We have to repent now before it becomes too late. The time is not too far off before God will not reverse the process that is now going on leading this nation to its total destruction. Unless we repent now, the end of the United States as we know it will soon occur. God is a righteous judge and will not allow evil to continue forever. He judged his own people, (Israel and Judah) and now he is judging us.