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California Superstorm Would Be Costliest US Disaster

Posted by lamarzulli on March 10, 2011

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L. A. Marzulli

http://www.terradaily.com/reports/California_Superstorm_Would_Be_Costliest_US_Disaster_999.html

Several months ago I had what I would consider a prophetic dream where the ocean was raging and the water had come up to the first floor, rafters of the house that I was in. I’m not a prophet, but I do believe in prophetic dreams. We are told in the Guidebook to the supernatural i.e. the Bible, that: old men will dream dreams and  young men will see visions. I think about the dream that I had, and I now believe I know where I was in the dream. It was at a house that I was in, in Malibu, 35 years ago, and it’s right on the beach.

When the flood of Biblical proportions hit Australia, I thought, well maybe this is it. It wasn’t and I remained silent. However, I believe that California is in store for something. Flood, earthquake, tsunami? I hope I’m wrong about this, but it’s a gut feeling that I have that won’t go away. Again, I want to make it very clear that I’m not saying this will happen, just that I have a hunch…. and it’s nagging.

A real superstorm, or what is called the ARkstorm – atmospheric river storm – happened in California in 1862. This storm lasted 45 days, and it flooded most of central part of the state and bankrupted California. Thousands of people were displaced, farmland ruined, and the governor went to his inauguration in a row-boat, because the capital in Sacramento was under water.

California is bankrupt already and as the well known saying states: as California goes, so goes the rest of the country! If a disaster like what happened in 1862 hit the state again, it would most likely push us over the edge, as millions of people would be displaced and damages could reach into the trillions of dollars.

In closing todays post: I have stated publicly that we are in the birth-pangs that ancient prophecy warns us of. We are seeing wars and rumors of wars, famines, pestilence, earthquakes in diverse places and troublesome times. So far, California has not been hit with anything, except for some minor temblors and the recent fish die off in Redondo beach. I sincerely hope I’m wrong in my, “hunch,” and nothing will happen, but it won’t surprise me one bit if we see an ARkstorm or some other disaster that  comes upon California. This is why I keep harping about storing food and water! There is a link below that reports on the rising food prices. Wake up and prepare, as when disaster hits, it’s to late.

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In Other News:

Libya: Gaddafi forces detain and beat BBC Arabic team

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-12695077

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Anti-government protesters may have been hit with nerve gas, doctors say

http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/world/anti-government-protesters-may-have-been-hit-with-nerve-gas-doctors-say/story-e6frg6so-1226018936417

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Tons of dead fish pulled from California marina

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20110310/ap_on_fe_st/us_fish_die_off;_ylt=ApMcfTwIKKiJ2GlWq1Reux0PLBIF;_ylu=X3oDMTJnNm40bHVsBGFzc2V0A2FwLzIwMTEwMzEwL3VzX2Zpc2hfZGllX29mZgRjcG9zAzEEcG9zAzIEc2VjA3luX3RvcF9zdG9yeQRzbGsDdG9uc29mZGVhZGZp

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US must be at centre of new world order: PM

http://www.smh.com.au/world/us-must-be-at-centre-of-new-world-order-pm-20110310-1bo6h.html?from=smh_sb

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A New World Financial Order: Why Is China Buying EU Sovereign Bonds?

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/lawrence-g-mcdonald/a-new-world-financial-ord_b_833227.html

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Bye-bye cheap food, hello turmoil

http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/story/2011/03/09/f-vp-stewart.html?ref=rss

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North Korea Nears Completion of Electromagnetic Pulse Bomb

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171 Responses to “California Superstorm Would Be Costliest US Disaster”

  1. Maggs said

    I live in California, Central Coast. I’ve had a dream twice about the ocean coming up and onto the streets. I was in a city by the coast (I didn’t recognize what city I was in) and you could see the water just rushing in from the ocean and flooding everything. I wake up everyday wondering if an earthquake will be hitting as they are happening all over the world. I’ve thought about trying to move but don’t have the funds to up and move out of the state. It almost seems like nowhere is safe anymore. Judgement is coming.

  2. Captain Eagle said

    I was talking with my mom this morning, she’s not into blogs like this but even she believes this is it and we’re in for something bad enviornmentally. Anyway, she was saying that she doesn’t fel like there’s any safe place to be in America because everywhere you go there are these disasters. You just need to pick the lesser of the evils and go from there.

    I feel the same way about my “hunches”. I always hope I’m wrong but it never surprises me when they come to pass.

  3. Late Night Lisa said

    Don’t forget we did have two seperate years of big California Fires. Of course I was in smack dab in the middle of the Firepath so it’s still fresh in my memory.

    We had damage but the home was spared. Since then our home has been flooded twice. Once from the outside a year ago Jan & recently from a slab leak. I’m still looking at torn up drywall, carpet, junk everywhere. Oh joy!

    Though this I’ve had the opportunity to witness to construction workers so that’s been the great part. I’ve learned 1st hand the destruction fires can create as well as water. When the water begins a path of flowing into your home there is nothing you can to do stop it. If you could have only seen me trying to bail buckets of water out of our home when it’s pouring in faster that I can scoop it out. You might as well just forget about it.

    So the thought of going through that again as I’m still in the recovery process of yet another flood is well……… Take me out of here Jesus!

    Any ties to this house have been broken & I’m more than ready leave it for our new heavenly home. As King Solomon would say “It’s all vanity”. Ecclesiastes 1:14 “I have seen all the things that are done under the sun; all of them are meaningless, a chasing after the wind.”

    • Rose from Kentucky said

      Are you in CA or TN?

    • Late Night Lisa said

      I was in Nashville TN for in 2008. Now I’m in S.D, CA.

      Nashville was really fun too! My first experience w/Tornadoes running outside in gale force winds & rain across the way to the neighbor’s basement or under the stairwell w/the kids. (Husband never phased. He’d just keep watching his T.V .shows while I’m running around like a chicken w/my head cut off!)

      Then the lightening storms were a delight. One day as I was going to get in my car parked outside so I could pick the kids up from school & a bolt of lightening stuck 15ft way from me. I chickened out & ran back inside to tell the school I was going to wait it out awhile so they would have to keep them in after school care for a bit. The garage door would automatically open during lightening/tornado storms where our dogs were & wouldn’t close.

      I remember fighting w/my faith in the Lord verses practical reasoning.

    • Rose from Kentucky said

      Ha! It is an adventure to live in this part of the country. The weather is often like a character in one’s family – ever present!

      I was hoping you were still in TN – we could meet in Nashvegas for coffee… oh, well.

    • Captain Eagle said

      I wouldn’t live in CA is your gave me the place for free.

    • Randy Ph said

      Why thanks captain Eagle we are really feeling the love now wow.

    • Captain Eagle said

      It’s nothing personal. I just don’t want to live in a Liberal utopia or moral corruption, bankrupt financially and morally, and fall victim to a plethora of natural disasters. For some reason that just doesn’t appeal to me at all.

    • Rose from Kentucky said

      Hey, guys, if you quit fussing I’ll buy you a cup of coffee… Of course, you’ll have to drive to Nashville, which is kinda far… Maybe coffee and a roll. ;)

    • Rose from Kentucky said

      Wouldn’t it be great if we could all meet somewhere? Have a reunion – that’s not quite the right word – of L.A.’s bloggers?

    • Late Night Lisa said

      Oh my gosh – I just got back to read the dialogue! Captain Eagle, my husband attempted to escape CA for many of the same reasons you stated but that was not exactly God’s plan so we had to move back like-it or not.

      Well, I still love CA since I was born & raised here. Where I live it’s really not that grim so actually I feel quite blessed.

      I can see why the Lord would want to keep us put since we can relate to the people & culture well & the harvest is plenty but the workers are few! I can tell you one thing – The Lord does pour out His grace upon us so that we are equipped to deal w/all the freaks. Lol! (But it’s not like I didn’t see my share in TN as well-lol!)

      Rose, I want to make it back to Nashville so maybe someday we can still meet up one day. It’s such a beautiful area & I fit in fairly well for a Cali girl. I consider it my 2nd home although I wasn’t there very long. I would also love to make it to the Creation Museum & is that nearby?

    • Captain Eagle said

      Lisa – While I’ve met quite a few wonderful people from CA on this blog it’s those other things that keep me away. I also applied to several of the film studios there and every single one of them rejected me because I “wouldn’t fit in with their studio culture” and they meant because I’m not liberal. (It’s clear from my work where I stand.) If I had to live amongst the freaks I see on TV that hail from CA I’d probably go nuts. I do believe they’re the majority because of how your state has been run into the ground on all levels. That shows they’ve infiltrated every walk of life to be found there. Michael Savage says similar things too and he lives there.

      I’d love to live somewhere else but I don’t know where to go. I’ve lived here all my life but the long term job opportunities are scant, the winters are hard, and the people are mostly red necks and meth heads who thrive on getting drunk when they’re not watching NASCAR. The only pro for living here is that on ever forcast map on a post enviornmental disaster US we’re always there. That’s not enough for me to want to stay though.

    • Rose from Kentucky said

      The Creation Museum is across from Cinncinnati on the Ohio River. It is northcentral KY – about 6-7 hours from Nashville, so, no, it’s not very close. It would be a good weekend trip, though.
      We lived in Monterey before we came here – talk about gorgeous! We’d hear barking every morning and we were never sure whether it was from the sea lions or the Marines at the Presidio! We’re happier here, though. We left exactly one week before the big earthquake – phew!
      Let me know if you ever come out this way.

    • Kimberly said

      Just to throw my two cents into the mix… I live in California.. don’t like, never really have. Obviously there are many many beautiful places, but it is somewhat grievous living here. (not nearly as grievous as other places though.. thankful for that!) But! I do agree that we are where we are for a purpose. I was born and raised here too. I just set my heart on our eternal Home.. Jesus places hope in our hearts, and I tend to use up every ounce until He comes. :-)

    • Randy Ph said

      Sure seems personal to me especially with your further comments. So what country are you moving to? Since that describes this whole poor God forsaken country! Sorry I just can not stand prejudice and bigotry whether it is toward people places or things.

    • Bozz said

      Wherever people live, they live there for a reason. There are no coincidences even if they look like it. Even scientists (quantum physics) have come to that conclusion. ;)

    • Captain Eagle said

      California is the most liberal place in America. There is no refuting this. There are several hubs of liberalism, Chicago, Detroit, New York, and every single on has been run into the ground by liberalism on all levels of life. There are plenty of states that are no where near as left leaning as California, Washington, and Oregon. Ever here of the Bible Belt? It got that name for a reason and the left coast loves to mock those who live there.

      How on earth is stating a fact about a PLACE personally attacking a person? How does that make me a bigot? That’s a new one for me, although I’ve been called a bigot on moral issues before. Now you can be a bigot for stating a fact on a place? That’s a riot!

    • Matt said

      I have no comment on the issue as I do not live in a politically correct bubble, however I do feel political correctness is the scourge of our First Amendment rights and is the most frustrating invention since the lid of a pickle jar. The fact that anything said has to pass through several filters so as to not offend anyone makes anything worth accomplishing ten times more difficult. This is a virus that has been plaguing our democracy since its conception, and will more than likely never leave.
      Being politically correct can not only be irritating, but can be deadly as well. On November 5, 2009, there was a massacre in my home state at Fort Hood in Bell County, Texas. A lone gunman killed 13 unarmed people and injured 30 others. Major Nadal Malik Hasan worked as a psychiatrist at Fort Hood and several of the officers that knew him had reported his radical Islamic beliefs and behaviors. Emails were intercepted between Hasan and a radical imam with alleged links to Al-Qaeda. No action was ever taken on either account though, because those who would have reported it feared being labeled as anti-Muslim.

      So Major Hasan remained free to slip through the nets until the massacre. The U.S. Army was too sensitive; as a result, 13 innocent American soldiers were killed.

      This is why political correctness is a virus in this country, and in effect, why it is killing it. It is impossible to be for or against anything anymore without be labeled as something terrible. If you’re against illegal immigration, you’re a racist; if you’re pro-life, you’re a sexist; if you are afraid someone is a terrorist, you are anti-Muslim; and if you’re a Democrat you are a baby-killer.

      Being labeled something negative breeds fear which then keeps men and women from exercising their rights and speaking out against anything, from legislation in Washington, D.C. to textbooks in Texas. This road leads directly to censorship, when some words are permitted, but others lead to persecution from peers.

      Such tactics scare me. Political correctness is a terrible tool used by the weak-minded. Hopefully, its time will pass.

    • Matt said

      For the record though, I love California and everything it has to offer. I don’t worry about the politics of the state I just go and have a nice time… true I don’t live there, but even if I did I’m sure there are some areas that are wonderful to live in and raise a family. No place is perfect, there are positives and negatives to every place, I’m a native Texan and love it here, I have traveled all over the US and some places are so beautiful however, as nice as they are I don’t desire to live there…don’t want to be anywhere else but Texas. That doesn’t mean all of Texas is nice, there are some areas I avoid like the plague, it’s like that in all places… Napa Valley is in Ca, and it’s a wonderful place, so to say all of CA is terrible is not a correct statement, but just an opinion of the person writing the post. As i said, I enjoy CA , every time I visit I’ve never had nothing but a good time, met nice friendly people. It might be different if I lived there, but I don’t so I can only comment on my experience which has always been positive.

    • Kimberly said

      … it’s pretty hard when every time you turn around to do something you are slapped in the face with a law against it… like a fudge business (not joking) and sooo many other things .. and I think if I grew a money tree in the backyard, I just might be able to pay the tax they want from us to breathe air. If you only knew how many arms and legs I’ve spent.. I’m sure visiting is awesome… but living here is hard. For me and my family anyways. (Proverbs 29:2)

      You live in Texas!?!?! That’s my favorite place. The thunder and lightening storms are the bestest thing ever and I would never get anything done because of staring at them until my eyeballs dried out! 8-o

      But California is still full of people, people who need the Lord.. so, I like it because there are people in it.. and Disneyland.

    • Matt said

      Your welcome to visit Texas anytime time Kimberly, come and sell your fudge here, I will be your first customer. Like CA, Texas so many different things to do and see. We have the Piney Woods area, the Hill Country, the Gulf Coast, mountains in West Texas.
      My favorite’s places are Austin, San Antonio, San Marcus and Fredericksburg.
      Although, its fun to tour the Blue Bell Ice cream factory in Brenham…they give you as many samples as you and handle, can’t beat that. If you have never had Blue Bell Ice Cream before, you have to try it. It’s incredible and has really made a name for itself here. They started out in 1907 to purchase excess cream from local dairy farmers and sell butter to people in the Brenham, Texas area. Beginning in 1911, the creamery began to also produce small quantities of ice cream for years they only sold it in Texas, then not too along ago they expanded to a few other neighboring states.
      They key to your fudge success Kimberly is samples,,lots of samples,,get people hooked on it, then consider doing tours with free samples…thats right,just let them walk right through your kitchen..”say this is where it all begins, this is where the fudge magic happens”

      Best Bar B Q in Texas in Driftwood Texas call Salt Lick right outside of Austin,,been there since the 60s (was on food network) which I was not happy about now difficult to get in :(

      http://www.saltlickbbq.com/locations_driftwood.html

      An old Blue Bell delivery truck in front of the factory

      http://www.bluebell.com/the_little_creamery/our_history.html

    • Matt said

      Had some family from out of state visit awhile back in the middle of summer.
      Now these people are from a state that doesn’t really have much of a summer and what they do have is very mild compared to here. They have never experienced a Texas summer before which can be brutal to those that live hear and can be deadly for those that don’t. Anyway, they insisted to be driven around, shown around the great state, so of course with my wife’s gentle persuasion( read insistence) and against my better judgment, I put on my best tour guide hat and we headed out in July with temps reaching 103 and humidity levels at about 98 %…..in a mid sized vehicle fit for 4 with 6 people..Oh joy!!! On the way to see the Alamo… (Someone in car big John Wayne fan), one person who will remain nameless, begins to complain about the heat, the vehicle is over loaded, AC on full, I’m waiting for the thing to go belly up and die on the interstate any second. This person go’s on and on for miles how she never knew how hot it was in Texas and how ugly the landscapes are,,,(ummm we are on the interstate not much to see) I so badly wanted to pull over and let her walk the rest of the 100 miles to San Antonio, but the Christian in me could not do that to my mother in law…although there is no sin in being tempted :)

    • Kimberly said

      San Antonio!!! That’s where I was at! … Haha, well, I’m glad you let the Christian in you take control of the situation… it always helps with keeping peace in the family. (I would have latched her to the top of the car… the wind might cool her off some and it would have saved the mileage on her poor legs). Just saying is all. You’re story sounds like the makings of a National Lampoon movie or something of the sorts. :-)

      I went to San Antonio years ago for a surgery. My parents took me by car (which is was awesome because I hate planes and I like to see the terrains)… BUT!!!… the whole stinking way to Texas, my mom had playing in the car Willie… N..e..l…son! All I saw out of the car window was blue skies (of course… nothing but blue skies indeed!) and grass… and the most excitement was watching tumble weeds move across the land in slow motion to a dreadfully slow Willie Nelson song. I almost lost all sanity… my personal cd player was not nearly loud enough to drown out the Nelson man.

      Anyways, I had surgery, was only supposed to me there for a night. I had complications (pneumothorax) that kept me there in the hospital for three weeks. The time between my first and second surgery, I got to explore San Antonio… but.. with a tube thing in my lung. I was way paranoid walking near the River Walk area… but I fell in love with it there!!! So beautiful. My favorite part (even though I was somewhat detached because of the situation) my favorite part was when I was staying at a hotel on the river walk, it was easter time, and a woman was singing in the streets near a cathedral because of a passion play (I think)… it was so awesome to hear that. And the storms drove me even more crazy about the place. The lightning reached across the whole entire sky!! It’s not like that here… but, maybe that won’t be the case anymore because of the weather changes. :-/ So, I was there long enough to see the tree outside the hotel room change! :-O The Alamo was a blur to me because I was a tad loopy from painful procedures. But I could walk eternal circles around the river walk and be just fine with it. :-)

      All the way back home… Willie Nelson. :-(

    • Matt said

      Kimberly, I have a message for you, but looks like it’s pending for some reason, guess you will see when you see it.

    • Matt said

      Your right Kimberly San Antonio is a very beautful, place. If your going to have surgery and feeling miserable might as well be there. Has a lot of diversity and the Tex-Mex food is out of this world. The churches there are something to see as well. They have what they call a mission trail, the five missions of San Antonio: Mission San Antonio de Valero or more commonly known as the Alamo, Mission Concepción, Mission San José, Mission San Juan Capistrano and Mission San Francisco de la Espada.
      “In the 18th century, the Spanish empire established five Catholic missions along the San Antonio River, primarily to extend its dominion northward from Mexico, but also to convert the native population. What remains of the largest concentration of missions in North America”
      I’ve done the mission trail and its a awesome thing to see, shows you what life was like back them, most of them are closed as far has having actually services, but I believe one still remains as an active church.

      http://www.visitsanantonio.com/visitors/play/history-heritage/san-antonio-missions/index.aspx

      Speaking of bad music on road trips, I went camping in the Ozarks with my church group one time, it was a few of us , we took four cars, the car I was in and person I was with had ONE cassette tape (so much for planning) and it was John Denver’s greatest hits, which is fine, but not, 800 mile road trip fine.
      We get to the camp site middle of the night, its 30 degrees and pouring down rain, pitch black outside. Putting up the tent I say, don’t put your hands all over the tent, I sprayed it for water proofing, I was assured no one had done this. Sure enough, middle of the night I wake up to…,,,drip, drip ,,drip,,,I look up at the top of the tent,and see nothing but hand prints shining through the moonlight like the Bat-Signal calling for Batman . Sleeping bag soaked, freezing cold, then I hear in the distance, Rocky Mountain High, Coloradoooooooo…Huh? The so called outdoorsmen I was with tucked tailed sometime in the middle of the night to the nice and cozy heated car (engine running) listening to once again John Denver, now that’s roughing it.

    • Kimberly said

      Haha, I know!.. I had such a great time feeling miserable there! Wonderfulness (sigh). Wow! I did not know they had missions galore there (but then again, that just makes perfect since, silly me) That would be so awesome to do the trail thing!

      That is one sad little camping story. (Did anyone fess up about their paws being all over the tent?) Haha… I bet you dozed off in John Denver’s lullaby-like voice to dream about Sunshine On Your Shoulders! Tee hee heee.. But see? John Denver provided warm shelter for you in a time of great need and cradled you with his singing… but Willie Nelson… he has no mercy… it’s monotone nasal-ness through and through with weird dissonant instruments leaving you to feel dead or slightly dead. Vultures were following our car all the way back to California. I don’t know, that sounds kinda rough if you ask me.

      (Gasp! I think you’re other pending message mysteriously appeared!.. it’s done pending!) … :-O You will be my first customer!?! I would be so honored.. mhmm, I would be. You could buy the first batch, and then from then on out, I’ll fix fudge for you and your family for breakfast, lunch, and dinner for freebies! All you can eat fudge!

      Uh oh… see, this is were the trap is set in California… if I were to open my house to the public for fudge samples… a health inspection meanie would walk in and say “Kimberly, we are with the Health Inspection and Dream Smasher Agency, where is your kitchen permit ($million dollars), and your inspection code thingy (another million buckaroos)… oh, and why aren’t you preparing and storing your food in a commercial kitchen? … come with us so we can fine you a gazillion dollars you don’t have.” Seeee, I mean… who owns a kitchen all souped up for meeting the expectations of top notch restaurant-like kitchens? It’s ridiculous… (just let me make my fudge in my pot on my stove so I can serve the masses with fudge)… oh, plus, little kids who put up lemonade stands get shut down because their little 7 year old beings do not have a … permit… for lemonade in a little styrofoam cup. :-(

      Haha, all this butter and ice cream and salt lick named restaurants are making me hungry! I have been craving BBQ!!! :-O And that is one awesome truck!!

      But yeah, I could have people come into my house and say “welcome everyone, take free fudge from me. This is where all the fudge magic begins… and ends.” :*-/

      Thank you for the tour guide of the bestest state ever! :-D Wake up and breath it in while you still have Texas!! (If I breath in California, I cough.. haha).

    • Randy Ph said

      Thanks Rose, you are right of course.My apoligiges to you captain and all who were subjected to my rant.Sorry!
      mum is the word

    • Rose from Kentucky said

      :)

    • Rose from Kentucky said

      You’re a good man, Randy. I know you’re going through a rough patch right now. It’ll get better – don’t let the little stuff bug you.

    • Captain Eagle said

      It’s okay. I just didn’t get it. I’d just never set anyone off like that over something silly as this before. No worries.

    • Frank said

      Matt, I sincerely hope you don’t mean EVERYTHING it has to offer.

    • Matt said

      I meant for a vacation, all CA has to offer for a visit minus the homo’s….how’s that?
      This would include all cross dressers, transvestites, transgender or anyone”just experimenting” or generally confused.

      Not that there is anything wrong with that. (In case being monitored by the PC police)

    • Matt said

      Randy, I just looked back at your comments, you didn’t rant, and at least to me you didn’t
      You just stated how you felt, no big deal.

    • Frank said

      :) just clarifying

      Lol

  4. Late Night Lisa said

    Vigilant Citizen back online-

    Vigilant Citizen’s YouTube Channel Launched!

    http://vigilantcitizen.com/?p=7319

    • In A Moment said

      Wonder what happened? No matter, at least he’s back online. Amen. BTW, I included some extra info regarding yesterday’s post at blog spot #6. Thanks again for helping out. Blessings:^D
      “Moment”

  5. John said

    How about the quakes in Japan and China

  6. Richard said

    California is due to be judged by God for many reasons. Earthquake in LA or San Francisco is possible or an earthquake off the coast that creates a tsnuami is possible. Spring storms could also devastate California.

    I have a very biblical friend who knows the Canon inside out he believes that we are not in the birthpangs and the was his response to my

    Hey Richard

    All those teachers you mentioned really did teach that the 1980s was the terminal decade. Every last one. If you don’t believe it, go read their old original books written in the late 1970s. In those books, all the people and places and events are from the 1970s political scene. The teaching contained in their books was proved false (100% false), for we now live three decades beyond their 1981 rapture, and their new books contain all new people and events and such. (The authors are hoping you have forgotten their claims and predictions of the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s and instead focus on their current ones. I haven’t forgotten.)

    Next, I agree with you that we live in a time of much turmoil, which is something that happens during the downfall of states and civilizations. Every past civilization that has collapsed has experienced turmoil, conquest, desolation, etc. etc. We are most likely in our sunset here in the U.S.A., and we will either rise up and build America 2.0 or go into the sunset and be replaced by the next nation and constitution that gain control. Islam, which is an end times cult launched in the 7th century, has been conquering nations ever since. Islam’s threat is now 1,300 years old.

    Next, “antichrist” is fully detailed in 1 John and 2 John. In both places, “antichrist” is shown to be a then-active, first-century heresy that proclaimed that Jesus was not divine with the Father (1 Jn 2:22-23) or even a real human man (2 Jn 1:7). As 1 John 1:18-19 says, that antichrist heresy rose up within the Apostle John’s own congregation and then split away from the Apostle John’s congregation, thus proving to the apostle that he himself in the very “final hour” of the apocalyptic period (1 John 1:18). As we know from history, that first century antichrist heresy was the Gnostics, and the apostle John even gives us the name of the ring leader who separated out from his flocks: “Diotrephes” (3 Jn 1:9).

    To properly understand bible prophecy, it helps to start with the original contexts and audiences, and understand what these things meant to them. We have to pay attention to all the places where the first century apostles say that they, themselves, are within a last days period (Hebrews 1:1-2; 1 Cor 10:11; Mark 1:15; Hebrews 9:26)—namely, the last days of the Old Covenant age. They were to experience some apocalypse within their lifetimes (Matt 16:28; John 21:21-22; 1 Thess 5:23; Hebrews 10:37).

    The transition from the Old Covenant age to the New Covenant age was indeed apocalyptic, and so most of the prophetic things that Lindsey and LaHaye apply to 1980s and 2011 were actually things that the apostles applied to their own period. And the apostles couldn’t err.

    • john B said

      I like that, the Apostles could not ERR. Infallibility is in Doctrine established by the Apostles and not that which is developed outside The divine mold of their foundation!

      The ERRORS that people like Linsey and LaHaye spread have taken solid root within the denominational minds of Many. “Many shall come in my Name saying that I am the Christ and shall deceive Many”
      The mind the place of attack, The place of lodgment wherein damnable heresies flourish!

      The other grave danger I see is this mixing of the christian faith with attributes of the False circumcision.

      “Beware of the Dogs, evil workers, beware of the False circumcision” Phil3:2.

      Here is The Apostle himself, of the house of Israel referring to the Jewish teachers of his day as dogs. What of False teachers Today, who are introducing all this “Jewish fables” in the guise of Messianic Christianity!

      Jewish feast days have nothing to do with the Faith of the “True circumcision” established by the apostles of our Lord. False prophets like Root & others like him should be shun by the True circumcision.

      There is a PURITY of Doctrine! It is Apostolic in context, It is a sure and stable Foundation of which Jesus is The Cornerstone.

      Victory in Jesus

      john B

    • Sundown Lady said

      The Holy Spirit could not ERR. The Apostles were human, but every word they wrote in the Holy Scriptures was inspired by the infallibility of the Holy Spirit of the Living God.

    • john B said

      Hi sundown;that is what i meant by the “Divine” mold of foundation.

      john B

    • Sundown Lady said

      I know. I just wanted to voice my agreement with you.

    • Sundown Lady said

      I really like it when I can find people to agree with.

  7. Richard said

    This was his response when I asked him about UFOS and Genesis 6

    At the present time, UFOs are all about speculation, not science. (Thus: “unidentified”)

    As a rule, I believe in starting with rational explanations, not sensational or highly speculative ones. My own hypothesis is that UFOs are advanced military weapons tests and occasional space debris. While I suspect that there *could perhaps* be advanced life on other planets capable of travel, I think we’d know by now (or perhaps we’ll never cross paths, given the massive size of our universe).

    As for Genesis 6, there are very sound biblical explanations that don’t resort to sensational speculation. For example, this two-part article uses scripture to interpret scripture and arrives at a sensible option:

    Who are the Nephilim – Aliens, Demons or Just Plain Folk? (Part 3)

    http://americanvision.org/1115/who-nephilim-aliens-demons-or-just-plain-folk-part-3/

    • Late Night Lisa said

      That’s what happens when people are more comfortable walking in a secular logical perspective than a logically “spiritual” perspective. Some UFO are most definately GOVT. craft but we know the “rest of the story”.

    • Bozz said

      I read the article you posted and have gone on to read part 4. I have a problem with his logic of interpretation of the “sons of God.”

      In part 3 he provides a scripture passage “For as many as are led by the Spirit of God, these are sons of God” (Rom. 8:14) as one of his explanations that the “sons of God” in Genesis 6 are ordinary men.

      But then in part 4 he provides another scripture passage that contradicts with his “rational” explanation of Genesis 6. “The actions of the “sons of God” in Genesis 6:1–4 are probably similar to those described in Judges 2:10–12: And all that generation also were gathered to their fathers; and there arose another generation after them who did not know the LORD, nor yet the work which He had done for Israel. Then the sons of Israel did evil in the sight of the LORD, and served the Baals, and they forsook the LORD, the God of their fathers, who had brought them out of the land of Egypt, and followed other gods from among the gods of the peoples who were around them, and bowed themselves down to them; thus they proved the LORD to anger.”

      Then he says: “Substitute “sons of God” for “sons of Israel,” and you have a pretty good idea of what was going on when the “sons of God” took the “daughters of men” as “wives for themselves” (Gen. 6:2). By this time in the history of Adam’s race—who if you recall is described as “the son of God” (Luke 3:38)—the faithful descendants have grown scarce. The intermingling of the seed of the woman and the seed of the serpent (Gen. 3:15) becomes final with only a remnant left to save (6:5–8).”

      My problem with his logic of trying to prove the sethite theory with these passages is this: How can men who are led by the spirit of God (Romans 8:14) SERVE Baals and forsake YHVH Elohei of their fathers, who had brought them out of the land of Egypt, and FOLLOW other gods from among the gods of the peoples who were around them, and bow themselves down to them (Judges 2:10–12)??

      But lets just entertain the idea that this fallen angel theory is a massive deception upon the body of Christ. What would be the benefit for our “adversary” to fool us with this? If anybody can at least entertain this possibility and give a solid logical explanation, please do.

      Personally I believe that a lot of this so called theologians are deceived when attending those cemeteries, pardon, seminaries (sethite theory, pre-trib rapture,…).

    • Bozz said

      Also he says Adam is called the son of God (Luke 3:38).I believe that`s because he was God`s personal creation. Even when Adam sinned, he remained a son of God. Therefore the angels, personal creation of God, also when they “left their first estate” are still called the sons of God. The only difference is they are not redeemable. That`s the way how I see Genesis 6.

      Likewise, believers, although trapped in this fleshly body of sin, are called the sons of God in the NT. To us it is yet future (to get our new estate so to speak), but to the heavenly Father it is all-ready a done deal. We are not called the sons of God because of ourselves, but because Christ dwells in us by our faith, who is the only begotten Son of God – the Word of God, the Spirit of Prophecy (For in him dwelleth all the fulness of the Godhead bodily Colossians 2:9). So it can be a bit confusing wrestling all this different “son of God” concepts in the scriptures.

      Just thinking out loud here.

    • Kirt said

      Hey Bozz,
      I finally had the opportunity to watch Daniels timeline… A great video..thank you for sharing. :) I am amazed at how the years line up.. My only thought/question is, I thought we can not tell the future Feast Days until we start that year based on the barley being aviv?

    • Kirt said

      Bozz,
      In Daniel’s time-line and on his (Dewey) calender on his website he states that the 7 year tribulation started 2009-2010. Is there an event that occurred in those years that verifies this?

    • Bozz said

      Kirt no problem, glad to share the info. Jr church on prophecy on the news said that the year 2008-2009 was a sabbatical year. Still others will claim even other years. I took Daniels timeline with a grain of salt but it is very fascinating. He set his sabbatical year dates on the beginning of modern state of Israel (November 1947) and counted seventy years. The last seven years start on that date according to his timeline. He based it on the futurist view. I don`t know if there would be any specific events other then the intensification of the birth pangs around these years. Maybe signs in the skies like the total blood red moon over Jerusalem in 21 of Dec. 2010…

    • kirt said

      thank you Bozz :)

    • kirt said

      Bozz,
      thought you might be interested in this. Here is a timeline almost identical to Deweys but with even more detail..I still wonder about how they are coming up with these dates when from what I know we can’t project the years Feast dates until the beginning of the year at which is based on the Barley and if it is aviv.

    • kirt said

      Here are JDS comments to go with the chart.

      Glad you liked the chart. I am not married to anything in the chart, so if there are suggestions with compelling Scriptural support I am certainly open to change anything.

      I believe the seals are much longer than 3.5 years. I believe that the first 4-5 seals were opened at the same time that Y’shua ascended. If that is a new thought or concept I would be happy to explain. I find it to be a rather compeling reason based on Rev. 5.

      I believe the first 4 seals established the Babylonian systems when Satan was kicked down from the Heavens at the cross (Rev. 12). The Truth is against his ways and those systems and thus many have died as a result. This is the point of the fifth seal. Those that have died want to see the system fall and judgment be delivered. They are told to wait. We have been waiting for nearly 2,000 years.

      The 6th seal is His visible return. The 7th seal unlocks the scroll. Rev. 10 the scroll is read which announces His reign and wrath. The 7th trumpet blows and the resurrection occurs. The wrath comes down when the bowls are poured, one bowl for each of the 7 days between the feasts in the Days of Awe. The last bowl is 100 pound hailstones in which the world is stoned for her adultery with the systems. (winepress) Those in the fifth seal are finally answered.

      I can not find any clues that give us the timing of the trumpets. They could be on the feast days, maybe even some on the bloodmoon tetrads…I don’t know. I am not sure if there is any way to tell. The purpose of them is to call those sleeping to awaken back (repent) to God’s law. I believe they all happen after the abomination of desolation and after the arrival of the two witnesses.

      I believe we (who have ears to hear) will hear the call to be led (on wings of an eagle) to the wilderness in which we will be protected for 1260 days. There will be many that will need to go through the Great Tribulation to be woken up, though many will still not wake and go through the Days of Awe.

      I did not know who Charlie Campbell was…I looked him up and found his chart…then I understood your comments on pre-trib…You had to memorize a pre-trib position? Guess you know it so well now you can easily discuss its errors w/ others….

      Reply

    • Rose from Kentucky said

      “…this two-part article uses scripture to interpret scripture and arrives at a sensible option…”

      Why would any believer in the transcendence of God believe that the more “sensible” option is the more materialistic one?

    • James said

      Hear, hear

  8. Frank said

    I’ve had a dream recently about double tornadoes coming down and then attacking (an imaginary) new building of my church. Also, today I had a dream that I was in the middle of a rainstorm with my wife. We decided to go inside so lightning wouldn’t hit us, and then the rainstopped.

    I have no clue what this mean, if anything. I wouldn’t say its prophetic, but perhaps it is. Any thoughts?

    • Late Night Lisa said

      Don’t know but Perry Stone has a teaching on Dreams/Visions & what the symbols mean.Yours would all be a contender for being prophetic. Especially the double tornado one & your Church.

      http://www.squidoo.com/understanddream ( I don’t know who some of these characters are like Paul Jackson – Perry Stone is posted on a vid if you scroll down.)

  9. Jennifer said

    L.A.-

    Hope your hunch doesn’t come to pass; however, I wouldn’t be surprised if it did either.

    I was “told”- very clearly several weeks ago to “get my house in order”. From that point, several things coincided with that. My husband and I have been stocking up and organizing supplies for whatever emergency may arise. Our power went out for about an hour the other night- I considered it a “trial run” for something bigger. We even decided to have a “power/technology free” night once a week, from now on. If anything, we’ll save some money :-)

    One other thing we are putting in place, in addition to provisions, is an emergency plan. We have kids in school and we both work some distance from our home. There are some templates on ready.gov that are a great starting point.

    Jennifer

    • Mrs M said

      Has anyone read Jerry Golden’s site? He had a similar dream and you both posted your dream within 4 days of each other:

      http://goldenisraelreport.com/JGReports.htm

      His was regarding the ME, since he lives in Israel.

      My dream which I had 2-3 years ago is about a war (I heard military helicopters but I didn’t see them, meaning it was in another country then the outpouring of the Holy Spirit. I believe it’s close)

    • Sundown Lady said

      When I was watching a movie the other night: Kate and Leopold, which is set in NYC, I had a mini-vision in which I saw all the city buildings collapsing like the two trade center towers…just exploding into pulverized dust. I said, Lord, would you really allow that to happen…just like that? (I say “allow” because I do not know God as “destroyer.” In my understanding, Sin brings about its own reward, which is judgment and destruction.) And the Lord answered, “…as the days of Noe [were], so shall also the coming of the Son of man be.” (Mt. 24:37)
      And I foolishly said, But, Lord, shouldn’t they be warned? And He said, The whole time Noah was building the ark, the people were being warned…and they gave no heed. He went on to say, the Gospel of My Son, Jesus Christ, has been being preached since He walked the earth…the people have been warned, and they have paid no heed…they have made their decision.

    • Jennifer said

      I saw this youtube clip yesterday while dinking around. Oprah was arguing that there are many paths to God, not just one. The interesting thing to me was her comment regarding people in remote places who have never heard the name Jesus. She asked, “Does God care about your heart or care about if you call His Son Jesus?”.

      This came back to mind when I read your comment, Sundown Lady, “…they have made their decision”. It is frightening to me how many people hang on every word Oprah says; yet, she is completely misguided.

    • Sundown Lady said

      Jennifer, I think they have no concept of the omnipotent, omniscient, omnipresent character of YHVH. He is a just God. He will not close the curtain unless everyone, everywhere has been warned, and been given an opportunity to receive Jesus Christ. They don’t understand that Jesus Christ is able to personally appear to someone in a remote place. There are no barriers to prevent Him… They are only thinking of the limitations on man’s ability to communicate a message. Jesus has no such limitations. He is the Great I AM.
      Those people who argue against the One True and Only Living God, do so because they do not know Him. They have heard of Him and rejected what they have heard. So…they have decided.

    • Captain Eagle said

      Isn’t Kate and Leopold a time travel movie? I may have seen that years ago.

    • Sundown Lady said

      It is a sub-plot. The main theme is romance.

    • Captain Eagle said

      I love time travel movies like THe Time Machine and Back To The Future. I didn’t like Somewhere in Time because (aside from the sex) it was so sad.

    • Sundown Lady said

      I like to watch many different kinds of movies, but my favorites are romance movies where I can imagine I am the bride and Jesus is my groom come to sweep me off my feet.

  10. Doug said

    2Peter 3:3,4 “Knowing this first, that there shall come in the last days scoffers, walking after their own lusts.
    And saying, ‘Where is the promise of his coming? For since the fathers fell asleep, all things continue as they were from the beginning of creation.”

  11. Gordy said

  12. LauraR said

    Here is an amazing video, the skin gun it’s a miracle for people with burns! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eXO_ApjKPaI

    • Rose from Kentucky said

      Absolutely amazing

    • Sundown Lady said

      Look at the Dr.s hair…see his horns? Looks like a hybrid. His product is from a line of the NWO transhuman technological miracles. Look how lucrative it makes the technology look…people will be lining up for it.

    • Rose from Kentucky said

      I agree about the hair – he must be a cousin to the guy who does the Ancient Aliens series – but the technology is purely human. He used the patient’s own stem cells. It is amazing. It is the same principle used in “growing” skin, but on the patient instead of in a dish.
      Amazing

    • LauraR said

      You know what ladies after I went back and did a double take, what gets me is they had no pictures of this supposed miraculous discovery, I guess I was blown away at first blush but if it’s real then it would be amazing. If you have such new awesome technology wouldn’t you document it before, during and after?

    • Keith said

      The problem with this technology is it is only useful for second degree burns. We need something just as effective for third degree burns.

    • Sundown Lady said

      I would question whether ‘stem cell research’ is purely human. It opens a door to some very questionable ethics in science.
      Yes, absolutely, it appears to be in the best interest of the public, but at what cost? Is that not science usurping the authority of creator? Is this a ‘healing miracle,’ so to speak? Certainly looks like one to me.

    • Bozz said

      Collodial silver does the job and it has been around for centuries…

    • James said

      My mother had stem cells taken from her and re-introduced during cancer treatment, ostensibly to help her immune system recover speedily. After she died, it was speculated that perhaps the stem cells in fact made her system resistant to further chemotherapy. Whoops!
      This may be bitter, but in retrospect it seemed like a case of poor folk with bad insurance being a clinical trial guinea pig, working bugs out of a treatment for rich folk.

    • Rose from Kentucky said

      James, I am deeply sorry to hear about your mom. God bless you

    • Lisa said

      I’m going to share a cure for 1st and 2nd degree burns but many will doubt it. Before you dismiss it, however, try it next time you burn yourself.

      I studied homeopathy for 10 years. In some old literature, I discovered an old method of healing burns. Many cooks and chefs in centuries past, would commonly burn themselves when cooking. Sometimes on a hot pot, hot pan, or the stove itself…or even when tending the fire. The moment they got burnt, they would thrust the burn part (hand, finger, whatever) as near to the heat source (usually a fire, or a stove) and hold there as long as they could stand it. Because, obviously, when you get burned, it hurts..and putting it near heat intensifies the pain.

      The principle is this: similarity cures similarity (some say ‘like cures like’, but that’s really isopathy).

      I remember when first reading this, I really thought, ‘noooooo wayyyyy!’, because I’d been told my whole life to thrust the burnt part under cold water.

      But I’d witnessed homeopathy (the use of remedies that employ the principle of the law of similarity), so next time I burned myself, I held my hand near the stove top ring that was blazing hot. It hurt. And I held it there about 2 minutes, which seemed like a long time.

      The hand was definitely red from the burn. I should have had blistering, but the blistering NEVER formed! The next day, the burn was very minor, almost no redness – like a very mild sunburn. Still no blistering. The following day, there was hardly any trace of the burn and zero pain.

      Not totally convinced by one experiment, I determined I would try it again the next time I burned myself accidentally.

      A few months later, we were in england. I was cooking in the Aga. Click on this link to see what an Aga is: http://www.aga-web.co.uk/181.htm

      I had a stainless steel pan with a handle in the oven, heating up some leftovers.
      Harried with kids running around, I opened the 500F oven and grabbed the handle of the pan, before realising I’d forgotten to put an oven-mitt on that hand! In the first split second, it almost felt icy cold, because it was THAT hot.

      In the next split second, I realised I was holding a 500f pan with no oven mitt! I dropped the pan, splattering a mess of food everywhere.

      I immediately hovered the palm of my hand with splayed, burnt fingers above the hot hob on top of the stove.
      I held as close as I could stand it for 2 agonising minutes.
      This time, tears were streaming because this burn was quite bad (deep into the tissue).

      The hand was beet red and still quite painful when I pulled it away. So, I returned it to the heat source, and held there another minute or so – as long as I could bear. (Pain scale 1-10 with 1 being no pain and 10 extreme pain). At this point the pain level was near a 10.

      It was still beet red when I stopped holding it near the heat source. It was still very painful, but marginally less so (9.5 pain).

      I watched carefully over the next hour for any changes in the signs and symptoms.
      To my utter astonishment, NO blistering.
      Not even a hint. Pain level 8.

      I’ve burnt myself badly before and I braced myself for a painful night of restless sleep.
      When I took my bath, the warm water increased the pain (9.5), but I knew this wasn’t bad – contrary to ‘modern conventional medical wisdom’. I endured the bath. When I got out, the pain lessened (8 or less).

      By the time I went to bed, the pain had subsided to about level 5. Which is still quite sore. To my surprise, I slept peacefully through the night. I woke up and the pain level was down to a 2/3.

      It took about three days in total to heal. The redness was gone in less than 48 hours. No blistering, no scarring, and the duration of the pain was minimal considering the severity of the burn.

    • Bozz said

      sorry, a typo, Colloidal is the word

  13. Maggs said

    Most ominous in this report, though, is its warning that the fault-riddled State of California may be about to suffer its most catastrophic earthquake in decades as new reports for this region show the mass death of millions of fish [photo] is now occurring, and just like the mass stranding of whales on New Zealand beaches days prior to the February 22nd destruction of Christchurch.

    http://www.eutimes.net/2011/03/march-mega-quake-warning-issued-for-united-states/

    • Sundown Lady said

      …coming from the Kremlin. Now that’s an interesting source, since they have been known to be such purveyors of ‘disinformation.’ I would be likely to believe, because the source of info is the Kremlin, that fewer people would actually be inclined to believe the report, which may in this instance be true, but because the source is less than reliable, fewer people would take it seriously.

      See how twisted it is all becoming? Or maybe it’s just me.

    • Sundown Lady said

      I always found it interesting that the earthquake was targeted to bring great devastation to “Christchurch.” Anyone else see something ironic in that?

    • In A Moment said

      Perhaps. That being the case could imply that since Los Angeles translates as “[City of] the Angels” could mean something. Also in that mix is that so many cities in California (esp. along the coast) bear the title “San”… meaning ‘Saint’. Is this what you were hinting at by any chance?

    • Sundown Lady said

      Yes, that would be akin to what I was hinting at. In the case of Christchurch, the case being that one of the aims of NWO is to bring down Jesus Christ and replace Him with the imitator, the cosmic christ.

  14. Margaret said

    California is not alone: Terrifying new pictures reveal how Britain’s cities could be devastated by flood water.Major rehearsals for a possible disaster are to begin involving 10,000 people as Government tests how they, the emergency services and communities will respond.

    £1.8million is being spent on the test exercises which will involve ten government departments and utility companies in what ministers say is the ‘largest civil defence exercise ever’ in Britain.
    Over the next week Exercise Watermark will test how agencies deal with flash flooding, overflowing rivers, a reservoir threatening to burst and even a North Sea tidal surge in different parts of the country.
    The ‘dry runs’ were recommended by Sir Michael Pitt when he carried out an official review into flooding in 2007 which hit parts of Yorkshire, the Midlands and the West Country.
    Ministers will take part in mock emergency Cobra meetings and ‘local resilience forums’, which include police, fire and rescue services, local authorities and public bodies, will test their response to a potential disaster

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1363703/Our-future-water-How-devastating-floods-swamp-major-cities.html#ixzz1GEcAUqIG

  15. danny said

    im all for being prepared, but, we as christians should spread the gospel first, before we make safe havens for ourselves. If your a believer in christ as lord and saviour you will go to heaven when you die, you shouldn’t be to scared of death then, knowing this. Spread His word, the harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few.

  16. Oscar said

    I had a dream the other night that giant wieners(the Oscar Meyer kind)came from outer space and attacked the earth. I wasn’t sure what to make of it.

  17. Gordy said

    Mysticism and God’s Word with Mike & Ray – interview revealing how new age spirituality is invading many churches:

  18. Late Night Lisa said

    Globalization

    A SPECIAL REPORT (This IS interesting)

    Commentary by Lighthouse Trails Research and Roger Oakland

    http://www.understandthetimes.org/commentary/c86.shtml

    Today this came FYI:

    Understand The Times urgently requests your prayers

    Since the publication of the commentary, Globalization A SPECIAL REPORT by Lighthouse Trails Research and Roger Oakland, a number the situations have developed that could harm the ministry of Understand The Times.

    • Rose from Kentucky said

      “The outcome of the world, the gates of the future, the entry into the super-human–these are not thrown open to a few of the privileged nor to one chosen people to the exclusion of all others. They will open only to an advance of all together, in a direction in which all together can join and find completion in a spiritual renovation of the earth…”
      (The Phenomenon of Man, 1955, p. 245)

      Teilhard de Chardin

    • Rose from Kentucky said

      These are the ones who will hunt us down and think they’re doing God’s work.

    • john B said

      I believe De Chardin was a Jesuit contemplative theologian. Those Jesuits are hunters alright. They do the whore’s bidding in the most religious way. more Dogs!

      john B

    • Sundown Lady said

      …and so everyone who will not join and advance together must be eliminated. Like the Sheriff of Nottingham said to Sir Locksley: “Join us…join us or die.”

    • Doug said

      I like Lighthouse Trails. I only just discovered it in recent weeks. As I get time, I am trying to catch up. I posted some of it on the website I am on and was attacked by alleged Christians who thought Rick Warren and those of that ilk were the greatest.
      Of course, I was a devil for posting such hate material.
      I know I have repeated this, but no one comments, so I figure no one reads it.
      I didn’t know anything about an Emergent Church or Contemplative prayer, until a few months ago. I was not into anything of an ecumenical bent and considered myself a believer in the complete Word of God as I thought most Fundamentalists believed.
      To find that there are others who claim a form of Godliness and yet go along with this watered down belief system was new to me.

      However, in retrospect I shouldn’t have been surprised as I am firmly convinced we are in the last days.
      These same “Christians” are looking for disclosure of aliens as a good thing while shouting that evangelicals will fall away when the Rapture doesn’t occur.
      I think they may fall at the feet of AC themselves, as they are being primed by New Age doctrinaires from such as Laura Magdalene Eisenhower and her Goddess beliefs and others of the New Age.

    • I too believe this Doug. I also believe that the ones organizing this aren’t misled but knows Exactly what they are doing. They follow the devil purposefully or through deception but follow him they do. Lets get back to the basics. Form a relationship with the Lord lest ye be denied as a stranger!

  19. Gordy said

    Thanks Lisa for posting that special report:

    For more articles on the dangers of mysticism please goto: http://www.lighthousetrailsresearch.com/

  20. Soulatpeace said

    …And the Apparitions just keep on appearing…….This marion apparition shakes her cloak as if she were Stevie Nicks..Incredible,people screaming,crying and eventually dying,How tragic……DECEPTION with all CAPS

  21. Kimberly said

    There is a BIG FAT billboard that’s lit up on a very busy street in my city talking about May 21, 2011!!! First it was the millions of flyers on everyone’s cars, now this! :-/ (Do you think they surveillance those at night time?… anyone want to accompany me and help themselves to a can of spray paint and maybe… “fix” the billboard?… because I think they may have made a mistake with the date and maybe they forgot to fix it and… and, well someone needs to make it right.) (Psst… wear black!)

    Disclaimer: I am of course, kidding about the tagging/vandalism part. ;-)

    • david chambers said

      Wow, seriously. I would help, but I’m all the way in Hawaii. Still, I think most of the church here is asleep, since most of the island claims they are Christians. And yet, they allowed democratic-socialist Abercrombie to become governor. Now, we have homo’s walking everywhere “coming out” as they would say, all because he passed his first priority (illegally, might I add) civil unions! IT’S MADNESS!!!!!!!!!! Please someone, pray over these islands, that we don’t face God’s wrath… I would like to live to see God’s coming.

    • Captain Eagle said

      Kimberly- What’s this about? It’s news to me. Is it a TV show promotion (I see it says CBS) or a church and/or occult thing?

      PA sure is looking better and better. Ha Ha. We don’t get billboards like that here.

    • Kimberly said

      Captain Eagle… you haven’t heard? :-O … it’s the day the Lord cometh! It’s the rapture date!!!! REPENT!!!!

      It’s all of the above: (I guess advertised by CBS), and it’s a church, cult-thing.

      Fine, fine… gloat… gloat away. But that billboard message applies to you too! Just because you are in PA… doesn’t mean you can… hide. :-O

    • Matt said

      Thought you were taking about this billboard from a church.

      http://www.foxnews.com/us/2011/03/10/indiana-church-provocative-sex-billboard/?test=latestnews

    • Kimberly said

      Yuck! Haven’t seen that one… yet! The church I left might as well have this billboard up. The way they talked about and handled “the marriage bed” made me really upset. They made the excuse that church is the place were people should be talking about sex… but then they would go into uncomfortable and inappropriate details about their intimate marriage happenings.. this is the leaders I’m talking about… :-{

    • Matt said

      Yes there is a fine line, when it comes to discussing “the marriage bed” in the church. I feel some subjects need to be approached as some Christian marriages suffer from sexual dysfunction for one reason or another. However, that said, no reason to get into the finer details, just keep it scriptural, Pastors personal comments and or fetishes I don’t need to know.
      One Pastor that touches on this subject is Ed Young and his wife,,, this guy went as far as to pull a king sized bed on stage for his message, its an attention getter no doubt, not sure I agree with his tactics or not, but what he said made sense and im sure helps a lot of struggling couples out there that have problems in this area.
      Satan will try to attack marriages anywhere he can, and the “the marriage bed” is certainly no exception.

    • Bozz said

      Kimberly you should spray it over with John 17:15 ;) You Americans are lucky, where I live, people don`t even know what a rapture/harpazo is!

    • Kimberly said

      :-O I love alll of John 17 (one of my favorites!!) That would be a mighty good one… I just need to “fix” it a little, and that would be perfect. :-) But.. I’d rather people know to obey they Lord and fear Him then be caught up on rapture stuffs (especially if it’s false)… because, we all at some point are going to die, and it can be at any moment. :-O Where do you live, Bozz??

      Matt! Ed Young!?!?!?! :-O Greeeeeat. That is also another church my bad church went to to copy all of their “goodness”. Gross! I don’t know, maybe I’m stupid… but… I think if a pastor focuses on the love of God, and the fear of the Lord… theeeen, maybe just maybe the married dudes and gals would take care of each other better and all their marriageness would pan out with time. When my x-pastors talked about their marriage stuff, I seriously thought they were trying to get the young men in the church to lust… because they actually arranged marriages there and didn’t want anyone marrying outside of the church. :-O

  22. Ryan said

    Sundown Lady, everytime I see your name. I hear Gordon Lightfoot in my head, “Sundown you better take care…”

    Anyway I’m currently living in TN. I think the greatest anticipation here is that the San Madris fault is soon to blow a fuse. You know there was once a time I was completely, pre-trib and so adamant about it. However, even before I came across L.A. Marzulli, I really began researching the Bible for the rapture, the blessed hope. I determined is that I don’t know when it will occur. However, I could be sure that God will spare the righteous from his wrath. There are enough Old Testament examples, and the promises stating the same are in the New Testament. God’s word is the only thing that I can take at face value and then realize there are so many layers.

    This brings me to another point. I know many here would be fast to get upset about “gay” marriage. I had an epiphany and I know that my thoughts are most likely incorrect. I think of the times when Israel/God’s people lusted for something… Did the people get what they lusted for? Most of the time, they did, except Korah’s rebellion is an exception. What is my point? I think that we should remove ourselves from that focus, let it occur. We can resist evil in our own lives. The more we make a stink about it, the more attention this issue gets, while the opposition is mocked. Therefore, let God be mocked. Do you understand? God being mocked is an absurd thought! It is written, God is not mocked, … a man reaps what he sows… Sometimes, one must allow people to have what they want. God will judge. What you and I should do is walk with Christ, and let the light in us shine being the most savory salt crystal because of Christ.

    I believe there are Christians who are homosexuals, drug addicts, liars, adulterers…you can name the sin. Sometimes, repentance is a life’s work. It’s difficult to say that someone is or is not a Christian— even though a good tree only bears good fruit. I suggest that sexual perversions are compulsive behaviors like other things that we call “addictions.” Those that are gifted in deliverances can provide valuable insight. Also note that we should remove the beams of wood in our eyes, before trying to remove a splinter of wood in another’s eye. I believe through the renewing of our minds and by the power of the Holy Spirit we can overcome all things through Christ Jesus who strengthens us. However, this means that those who lack this, have no easy way of overcoming their fleshly desires.

    We are living in interesting times. I don’t know what the Lord wants me to do in this life, besides be holy for He is holy, which I fall short of His glory every single day of my life.

    • John said

      That’s a cop-out. It may not be easy but Jesus can break the hold of any addiction aka sin.As a former drunk and drug abuser, who is now married with 3 kids and runs his own business and most importantly is saved from an eternity in hell, I know that for a fact .It wasn’t easy and it didn’t happen right away but it did happen. The watered down Gospel has infected too many seminaries and pulpits producing those who diminish the power of the blood of Christ. We,as Christians, have to stop being so (to put it bluntly) wimpy.

    • Sundown Lady said

      Ryan, I was saved in a Baptist Church when I was in the 6th grade. Again as a senior in high school, I rededicated my life to Jesus Christ in a Pentecostal Church. My parents threw me out of the house when I was 17. I hooked up with a band of “hippies,” and became a junkie. When I was 22, I knelt down in my apartment with my Bible open and said, God, I’ve heard about you all my life, but I don’t know if you are real. If you are, please, show me. He did, I heard His voice inside me. As I turned to read His Word, it became alive. I have never doubted the reality of the One True and Living God and His Son Jesus Christ since that moment.
      However, between that moment and this, I continued being a junkie, only the drug and alcohol abuse got worse. I hitch hiked to NYC from OKC and eventually had a child out of wedlock. I became a hooker in an attempt to survive with my daughter, and get us out of the city.
      In the passage of time, I have had sexual relations with over 100 men, some of which were also bi-sexual. I have had five abortions, been the subject of both violent domestic and sexual assault. I have had near death encounters at the hands of men more than once.
      Why am I still alive, and what gives me the right to call myself a Christian? What right did I have to call myself a Christian when I was working the streets? snorting cocaine? hitting MDA? abandoning my child for the evening to go out and party? spending her food money on drugs? What?

      Nothing but the Blood of Jesus. For me, it has to be by Grace and Grace alone that I am saved.

      God…is able…He who began a good work in me, He is faithful to complete it.

      Those who have wrestled with God and have overcome say: Lord, I will not let you go until you bless me.
      In Isaiah 48:10, the Lord says, “Behold, I have refined thee, but not with silver; I have chosen thee in the furnace of affliction.”

      Peace out,
      Sundown Lady

    • Rose from Kentucky said

      I praise God for you.
      You are our Mary Magdalene.

    • Late Night Lisa said

      A homosexual may repent & be saved @ the moment of repentance as God can see into their future & know their heart is seeking after God in truth.

      But for us who don’t read hearts we are told to examine ourselves & the fruit of those who call themselves “Christians” in light of scripture.

      And we know as plain as day that we have to overcome our sin by faith in Christ:

      He said to me: “It is done. I am the Alpha and the Omega, the Beginning and the End. To him who is thirsty I will give to drink without cost from the spring of the water of life. He who overcomes will inherit all this, and I will be his God and he will be my son.

      But the cowardly, the unbelieving, the vile, the murderers, the sexually immoral, those who practice magic arts, the idolaters and all liars–their place will be in the fiery lake of burning sulfur. This is the second death.” (revelation 21:6-8)

      Do you not know that the wicked will not inherit the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived: Neither the sexually immoral nor idolaters nor adulterers nor male prostitutes nor homosexual offenders nor thieves nor the greedy nor drunkards nor slanderers nor swindlers will inherit the kingdom of God.

      And that is what some of you were. But you were washed, you were sanctified, you were justified in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ and by the Spirit of our God. (1 Corinthians 6: 9-11)

      See here – that’s what these people “Were”. Over time we can see they their hearts were truly after God’s heart and they have the fruit to show that they had been cleansed & saved through the power of God.

      We live in error if we don’t speak up & let them know they are in dire straights w/o true repentance & turning away from sin as they follow after our Shepherd. A “false Jesus” has now arrived who accepts all proclivities & they are more than overjoyed to live in their sin and falsely think they are saved.

      We’ve got the whole world programmed to enable people to continue in their sin w/out the Fear of the Lord. I don’t want to be @ the Bema Judgment seat of Christ in shame because I feared the world & man more than my respect & fear of an Almighty & Holy God.

      We are all going to give an account so consider that as well. That’s enough to motivate this girl into action!

      The fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom, and knowledge of the Holy One is understanding. (Proverbs 9:10)

  23. Late Night Lisa said

    (This is really neat if you haven’t already see it! And well- even if you have!)

    REVEALED! THE SECRET NAME OF GOD – Amazing Last Days Revelation (Hidden “code”)

  24. Doug said

    Sundown. Praise God! I appreciate your testimony and your honesty. I am sure it is hard for you. But you are alive in Christ and He saves to the uttermost.
    All, have sinned and come short of the glory of God. No one, save Jesus Christ himself is without sin.
    But we can come to him daily and put it under the Blood of Jesus Christ and can be cleansed from all our unrighteousness. 1John 1:9
    We can be on a new path and press on for Him, daily in our lives.

    I thank God for you and that you are here for Him.

    • Sundown Lady said

      I consider that the seal of the Holy Spirit on all of the elect’s foreheads should read: A Work in Progress! For we were all at one time, without God and in the world.

  25. Mark1:17 said

    All this talk about earthquakes and then this happens:

    8.8 magnitude eathquake, tsunamis hit Japan

    http://www.suntimes.com/4255573-417/8.8-magnitude-eathquake-tsunamis-hit-japan

    • Matt said

      Japan seems to be a earthquake prone area, atleast that’s what I get out of the Godzilla movies.

    • Mark1:17 said

      Maybe Godzilla will rise out of the sea because of this and actually be the beast mentioned in Rev.. to think all those Japanese Godzilla movies where actually prophetic :)

      Seriously though, are you watching some of the live footage on cnn or other channels that show the tsunamis coming in and devestating the land?

      Got to pray for those poor people.

    • Kimberly said

      Scary images :-(

    • Matt said

      I pray the Lord be with them and bring comfort and peace through this natural occurring disaster and the loss of life it kept to a minimal.

    • Mark said

      Here is the CNN report on the 8.9 earthquake in Japan:

  26. Late Night Lisa said

    Remember all of these “coinsidences”?ASTOUNDING REVELATION – GOD’S JUDGMENT ON AMERICA – REVEALED!

  27. Josh said

    Wow!! Unbelievable 8.9 Earthquake creates a tsunami and hits Japan! Could possibly hit Hawaii and maybe US West Coast! LA didn’t you have a dream about being somewhere on a beach house and either being surrounded by water or something!

    “Several months ago I had what I would consider a prophetic dream where the ocean was raging and the water had come up to the first floor, rafters of the house that I was in. I’m not a prophet, but I do believe in prophetic dreams. We are told in the Guidebook to the supernatural i.e. the Bible, that: old men will dream dreams and young men will see visions. I think about the dream that I had, and I now believe I know where I was in the dream. It was at a house that I was in, in Malibu, 35 years ago, and it’s right on the beach.” -LA Marzulli

    http://www.foxnews.com/world/2011/03/11/massive-7-magnitude-earthquake-strikes-japan/

    • john B said

      Japan is one of the most ungodliest nations on Earth. during the 2nd world war they beheaded many soldiers who would not bow to the rising sun. I spoke to one who witnessed these atrocities as a result he became a christian.

      john B

    • Mark said

      John B,

      They are still one of the most ungodliest nations on the earth. They are a nation filled with perverts, bizarre mindsets, and idols. I have even heard from people who visit there that there is a strong demonic presence on those islands. Also, only 1% people there profess to be Christians. That country needs our prayers badly.

    • john B said

      Hi Mark; i heard it is the nation hardest to evangelize.

      john B

    • Matt said

      The Bataan Death March

      The “march”, or forcible transfer of 75,000 American and Filipino prisoners of war was characterized by wide-ranging physical abuse and murder, and resulted in very high fatalities inflicted upon prisoners and civilians alike by the armed forces of the Empire of Japan. Beheading, throat-cutting, and shooting were common causes of death, in addition to death by bayonet, rape, disembowelment, rifle-butt beating, and deliberate starvation or dehydration on the week-long continual march in the tropical heat Falling down or inability to continue moving was tantamount to a death sentence, as was any degree of protest.

      Route of the death march. Section from San Fernando to Capas was by rail.The treatment of the American prisoners was characterized by its dehumanization, as the Imperial soldiery “felt they were dealing with subhumans and animals.” Prisoners were attacked for assisting someone falling due to weakness or for no reason whatsoever. Trucks were known to drive over those who fell or succumbed to fatigue, and “cleanup crews” put to death those too weak to continue. Marchers were harassed with random bayonet stabs and beatings. Accounts of being forcibly marched for five to six days with no food and a single sip of water are in postwar archives including filmed reports.

      The exact death count is impossible to determine, but some historians have placed the minimum death toll between 6,000 and 11,000 men; other postwar Allied reports have tabulated that only 54,000 of the 72,000 prisoners reached their destination — taken together, the figures document a rate of death from one in four up to two in seven of those on the death march. The number of deaths that took place in the internment camps from the delayed effects of the march is considerably more.

    • john B said

      Sounds like you are bit of a history buff Matt, I always watch the documentaries on the war stuff. Good insight.

      johnb

    • Matt said

      John B, see if you can rent the film called The Great Raid. Has a lot to do with Bataan Death March and was a good movie that kind of flew under the radar. I posted trailer below.

      “Set in the Philippines in 1945 towards the end of WWII, under the command of Lieutenant Colonel Henry Mucci (Benjamin Bratt) and Captain Robert Prince (James Franco), the 6th Ranger Battalion undertake a daring rescue mission against all odds. Traveling thirty miles behind enemy lines, they intend to liberate over 500 American Soldiers from the notorious Cabanatuan Japanese POW camp in the most audacious rescue ever. Based on a true story”

      http://www.spike.com/video-clips/9nnwik/the-great-raid-theatrical-trailer

    • Suz said

      A survivor of the Bataan Death March spoke at our Governor’s Prayer Breakfast a couple of weeks ago. He is 92 years old. Had an amazing story to tell.

  28. Doug said

    A 9.5 was the largest ever recorded, so this is big. The pictures are like a disaster movie, carrying cars trucks bldgs along for miles inland.
    Tsunamis all over the Pacific tomorrow.
    What was it Lynn was saying the other day? Also somebody about the fish dieoff that occured.

    • Kimberly said

      …Tsunamis can move up to 500 mph!?! … I can’t even imagine that. I have a hard time going 60 mph in my car! So crazy.

    • john B said

      Do you drive a Go Go Mobile Kimberly!

      God bless you dear sister.

      john b

    • Matt said

      Is 60 mph top speed with AC off in a down wind?

    • Kimberly said

      Haha… close John B! I drive a VW bug (the newer kind). And it drives okay, I just hate driving, especially on a highway. So, I’ll be the first to admit that I drive like a grandma (when no one is behind me, tee hee hee). But, if I hate going 60 mph, I can’t imagine seeing a wall of water coming at me at 500 mph.. scary!

    • Matt said

      News is reporting this is 7th largest ever recorded.
      29 deaths so far….Wave was over 30 feet and while approaching Japan and hit speeds of up to 500 mph. I still see people on video driving around in their little cars as the wave gets close to them…That’s crazy; I saw it move an 18 wheeler like it was a toothpick.

    • Matt said

      BREAKING NEWS: Japan declares ‘nuclear emergency’ after problems at power plant.

    • Jeff said

      This is terrible news for the country of Japan. That tsunami is so powerful , almost nothing can survive that force.

      Found out listening to the radio on way to work this AM. One of the Radio Hosts and the co anchors said, ” Is it me or is there a huge increase of earthquakes recently?” and the co- hsot said ” its not just earth quakes in general, its all the natural distasters” . the Host makes a joke after that saying ” Even more reason to spend my childrens inheritance. ha ha ha”

      I mentioned the earthquake in China recently (yesterday?) and how 20-30 ppl died, from that, no one heard about that one. I thought that would have gotten some press.

      I hope the coast of US and other affected countries do not get any damage from this possible tsumani.

    • Matt said

      State of emergency is declared at 2 Japanese nuclear plants
      Process for cooling reactor ‘not going as planned’ in wake of quake, administrator says

      http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/42025882/?GT1=43001

    • Matt said

      Death toll now at 60

  29. david chambers said

    Yes people, pray for us here on Oahu. I live right near the coast, right off of Japan, so I am packing up, and heading for higher ground. Also pray for the people in Japan who are affected by this. God Bless!

  30. Mark1:17 said

    • Mark1:17 said

      Most likley not on may 21st 2011 ;)

    • Bozz said

      I really don`t understand all these bible scholars. They call themselves protestants for the most part, but have they ever checked what Luther, Tyndale, Spurgeon, Calvin, Wesley and so on have taught back then when the study of the scriptures concerning these things began after the dark ages where over? They were not perfect but they had a clear understanding of the true harpazo. Even Isaac Newton studied this but nobody checks the past. Oh, the blindness!

      All this pre-trib rapture stuff (mostly the 21st of may 2011) when it turns out to be wrong will have a double effect on the world:

      1. Nobody will believe Christian warnings concerning prophecy anymore, they will put us right in there with the 2012 end of the world kooks (since all the world is familiar with is the rapture sci-fi of Tim Lahaye)

      2. Christians will wake up

    • Bozz said

      John 17:14-17

      I have given them thy word; and the world hath hated them, because they are not of the world, even as I am not of the world.

      I pray not that thou shouldest take them out of the world, but that thou shouldest keep them from the evil.

      They are not of the world, even as I am not of the world.

      Sanctify them through thy truth: thy word is truth.

    • john B said

      Oh the blindness! i like that. In a Baptist church, in A suburb of NSW Aust There is a photo of John MacArthur on the wall. he is held in high esteem! I believe That He has done much good in exposing lies. However; Theology is his downfall. May the Lord lead us all into the fullness of truth amen.

      John b

    • Bozz said

      I inserted that for dramatic purposes ;)

    • john B said

      OK

      john b

    • Mark1:17 said

      John MacArthur’s theology is his downfall? Prove it.

      I have to agree to diagree with you on the rapture (it is ultimately up to God, not man). I have heard all the arguments for pre-trib, mid and post and even no rapture, studied it and prayerfully looked into it. To me :) a pre-trib rapture belief holds the most proof. But I do remember how God likes to suprise those that think they have all the answers. I hope this does not cause any division because belief of a rapture no matter when or if it will happen has nothing to do with my salvation nor should it to anyone else. If we agree in the LORD Jesus Christ crucified and risen again and follow Him and His teachings and His Holy scriptures, we are brothers/sisters in Christ.

      http://www.pretribulationrapture.com/pretrib/article29.htm

      http://www.raptureready.com/rr-pre-trib-rapture.html

      http://www.apostasynow.com/topics/trib/pretrib01.html

    • Mark1:17 said

      No ones theology is 100% correct. God made certain of that so that none would become boastful or prideful. There are main articles of faith that cannot be contended with, that is why we have apologetics. But we all fall short and we are all prone to make mistakes.

    • E. Gibbs said

      There will be no rapture and Jesus is not coming in May this year, if all Christians would come out against this false stuff it would not have such a paralyzing effect to have people believe in Christianity.

      These kind of things destroy real Christian warnings and teachings, make them of non effect.

      Know your Bibles and come out against this stuff. He gives us what we need to discern the times.

      E. Gibbs.

    • Bozz said

      With all do respect, I think you`re wrong Mark. God made certain that people led by the Holy Spirit would have a 100% correct theology. The problem is that we live in a time where deception has come to the max and the very elect are being deceived if it`s possible.

    • Mark1:17 said

      The person who thinks they are right and everybody else is wrong concerning all the things in the bible is being missled by their own arrogance, that is what I meant concerning my above statement.

      And most likley the rapture will not happen on 5.21.11.

      The Holy Spirit is right always, but all of us fall short.

      Did not mean to ruffle anyones feathers.

    • Bozz said

      Me neither, Mark 1:17. God bless you, brother.

    • Mark said

      Boz,

      I am a bible student at a seminary and I have studied the eschatology of those men you have spoken of. I believe they got their eschatology wrong. Many of them believed the Pope was the Antichrist and that the Millennial Kingdom was not a future reality but symbolizes the church age (amillennialism).

      Though I don’t agree with John MacArthur on the pretrib rapture I agree that with him that Revelation is mostly about future events and that the Millennial Kingdom is in the future. I also believe that we are very close to the end and that the NWO and the Luciferian world religion will be established soon.

    • Mark said

      Oh, one more thing, the only person I agree with the people who mentioned regarding is eschatology is Charles Spurgeon. He was a historic premillennialist. Many notable theologians and preachers in the past were historic premillennialists and agreed with the views of most people on this forum: many of the early church fathers, John Bunyan, John Gill, J. C. Ryle, Arthur Pink, G. N. H. Peters, Henry Alford, etc.

    • Mark1:17 said

      Also what about all those people, present and past that thought they were being led by the Spirit of God and have been mislead. Be careful pride comes before the fall. I have sound theology behind me so do many other good Christians, but to think “Hey I can’t possibly be mislead” is pure arrogance. No man can profess to know all the mysteries of God.

      Love.

    • john B said

      The Lord reveals his truths to the humble & pure of heart and not the prideful.
      Theology is man’s means to interpret the scriptures. Been there done that!
      Theology comes in many forms and establishes itself by any preferred method.
      Every word of God is pure.
      I have said here before that I do not know it all. However; there are things that i was taught which i had to repent of when God revealed His truth concerning The matter. believe me when god reveals something you know it.

      John b

  31. lynne said

    LA’s dream may be spot-on!

    As for May 21 and Harold Camping, I think people are missing the point. Even if it’s not the time appointed by God, I admire Camping’s determination to get the word out. I admire his listeners diligently spreading the word with urgency.
    If he’s wrong, at least many people will have heard the word and have a better perspective on end times. Most people haven’t ever thought about end times, let alone hear someone who believes we’re there.
    So instead of attacking Harold as seems to be the fashionable and “correct” thing to do among christians these days, why not appreciate his zeal and passion that puts action behind his words?

    Believe me, there are a lot of other things about christianity (like the Virgin Mary apparition to list just one) that give it a bad name. We can’t blame Harold for the mud that’s thrown at us.

    • Bozz said

      I believe this is all organized to discredit the only correct view of the end times, the Christian view. It is no secret that many masons today are pastors and so on. They are just exploiting our weaknesses. I don`t know about this guy that started all this. Maybe he is just sincerely wrong who knows but nonetheless, the effect of this will be the same.

      I mean come on with all the hate fumed against Christianity these days and they let billboards for the harpazo, like it is some kind of commercial, hanging around?

      We blog on a blog of LA, where the main course is the alien deception, but it can very well be, that the great deception will be a culmination of the most popular deceptions of our day in the church. One thing will lead to another (the rapture won`t happen (till the appointed time), and discouraged people will believe anything else instead like aliens and so on).

  32. Frank said

    Trtansferring planes.in tokyo is no fun either.

    Seriously tho, japan may have lots of bad things, but they still need Jesus. It is hard to evangelize because they believe in gods for just about everything, so they se nothing special in Christ, sad to say.

  33. Godzdawg said

    just read this

    http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread672692/pg1

    vaya con Dios, Saints

    much love robert

  34. Quin said

    Wait till he see’s todays news. He was feeling california though. A couple more of these Japan sized quakes in a row and I will have been RE convinced that its the last push of the birthpangs. Tjough I can still see a 5 year lull, when nothing happens again.

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