Thursday, March 17, 2011

Revelation 11:18 and Japan

Revelation 11:18 (King James Version)

18And the nations were angry, and thy wrath is come, and the time of the dead, that they should be judged, and that thou shouldest give reward unto thy servants the prophets, and to the saints, and them that fear thy name, small and great; and shouldest destroy
them which destroy the earth.

God's world that He made for us, is being destroyed in many places.

This week, I've been following what is happening in Japan. Others have detailed this event pretty well already: "Update On Japan EarthQuake". Even now the battle against the radiation continues and has been upgraded. One thing I find myself asking is whoever thought multiple nuclear plants on the most earthquake prone nation in the world was a good idea?

The other day, I saw elsewhere online someone bringing up Rev 11:18 I find the phrase "Them which destroy the earth" to be very interesting in the lights of times we are facing. Many people have exposed HAARP and other things pertaining to weather and earthquakes, for those who want to say that is crazy "conspiracy" theory, just consider the possibilities and research this for yourself, I am doing so:



But that said, without even HAARP, ask yourself why all the storms are getting strong, so many disasters piling up one by one? So many human caused disaster, extinctions, and poisoning of the environment and ruin for other human beings? There is still natural storms and happenings too but all over there is even human caused disasters such as what happened with the Gulf of Mexico very recently. I found it interesting that the Japan earthquake happened on March 11 as so have others who see the patterns of occult dates in some of these occurrences.


My heart is breaking for the Japanese people, please pray for the people of Japan, and pray more come to Jesus Christ, as a result of what they are facing. Already this event is being touted as one that could help bring on global economic collapse. [see here too] Try and read the first article with a grain of salt with the odd references to the "global recovery". That is a misdirection as the world has been rioting over food prices and more:

Yes, the disaster threatens the global recovery: The world economy is strong enough to withstand most natural disasters, says Alex Brummer at This is Money, but not necessarily one that brings its third largest economy to a "shuddering halt." Japan is home to "much of the world's technological know-how," and this tragedy has forced many huge manufacturers, like Sony and Toyota, to shut down. "It would be a dreadful mistake to underestimate the immediate and long-term impact of the terrible events in Japan on the prosperity of us all."


We are entering a very strange time, never seen before in human history. Notice all the global solutions and push to unite the world over these constant stream of crises. God's Word has warned us.

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