Video News Updates – Events Spiraling Out of Control

Our world is changing dramatically with extreme storms, droughts, flooding, high heat, pestilence and much more. Some people are blaming climate change, some are not sure what is happening and some are lying what is really happening. Man wants total control over the earth but God has other plans. In order to understand what is happening then dive into the bible and read for yourself and you will see what is happening. We pray you come to know our Lord Jesus Christ in a personal way. We cannot imagine living right now without Jesus! Life is confusing and chaotic everywhere unless you know the Truth!

  1. God Is Speaking Are We Listening
  2. Pestilence and What does this mean?
  3. Signs Of Thy Coming – what does this mean?

Signs of the End Times:

Luke 21:7 KJV And they asked him, saying, Master, but when shall these things be? and what sign will there be when these things shall come to pass? 8 And he said, Take heed that ye be not deceived: for many shall come in my name, saying, I am Christ; and the time draweth near: go ye not therefore after them. 9 But when ye shall hear of wars and commotions, be not terrified: for these things must first come to pass; but the end is not by and by. 10 Then said he unto them, Nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: 11 And great earthquakes shall be in divers places, and famines, and pestilences; and fearful sights and great signs shall there be from heaven. 12 But before all these, they shall lay their hands on you, and persecute you, delivering you up to the synagogues, and into prisons, being brought before kings and rulers for my name’s sake. 13 And it shall turn to you for a testimony.

Luke 21:25 KJV And there shall be signs in the sun, and in the moon, and in the stars; and upon the earth distress of nations, with perplexity; the sea and the waves roaring;


TEMA declares state of emergency over drought in Tennessee

Current U.S. Drought MonitorThe Tennessee Emergency Management Agency has declared a state of emergency In response to the continuing drought Thursday evening.

TEMA Director Patrick Sheehan pointed to the drought’s impact on over 300 water systems, 6,000 acres burned in wildfires and weather forecasts that are not showing any significant precipitation in Tennessee through the remainder of 2016.

“The State of Emergency will allow TEMA to engage personnel and resources from our State and Federal partners to be sure we are in a position to respond effectively and quickly to protect lives and property from what is emerging as a prolonged drought and wildfire threat in Tennessee,” Sheehan said in a news release…. [read more]

Grass now grows where fish once swam as China’s largest freshwater lake dries out

Parts of China’s largest freshwater lake have dried up, with a huge patch of grassland where there once was water after the level fell continuously since September.

The water level of Poyang Lake in eastern Jiangxi province as measured by the Xingzi hydrological station had dropped to 10.6 metres on Thursday. The lake entered its low-water period of less than 12 metres on September 19, 54 days earlier than usual, state news agency Xinhua reported.

The report said tourists could now walk on the former lakebed in Duchang county and view flowering aubergine plants, as if they were wandering through fields.

Pictures show well-known Luoxingdun island in Lushan, a city that neighbours Duchang, high and dry and surrounded by grass. The island that used to be in the middle of the lake is currently regarded as a scale of the water level’s ups and downs, rather than a navigation mark and lighthouse as in the past….. [read more]

Alabama Drought Is Worsening, Killing Plants, Drying Creeks

U.S. Drought Monitor forAlabamaU.S. Drought Monitor Alabama

A choking drought is worsening quickly across Alabama, killing plants, drying out creeks and rivers and reaching levels not seen in at least 50 years, a climate expert said Thursday.

The latest assessment from the National Drought Mitigation Center showed more than 65 percent of the state is now in an extreme or exceptional drought, up dramatically from a week earlier.

State climatologist John Christy, a professor at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, said the current drought isn’t too bad when compared to droughts that last six months or more. But compared to short-term droughts of two months or so, “this is a once in a 50- to 100-year event,” Christy said.

Alabama’s soil only makes conditions worse because the land typically doesn’t hold water very well, Christy said in an interview conducted by email….. [read more]

Drought: California government caught violating its own water restrictions

Drought(NaturalNews) The drought in California is nothing new; its been an ongoing issue for the last five years or so. Water conservation is a hot-button issue across the state, except perhaps for the government. Apparently, in what may be one of the most ridiculous displays of government ineptitude ever, many state buildings have been watering their artificial lawns.

That’s right ladies and gentlemen – the Californian government has been
wasting their most valuable resource on fake grass.

A recent investigation launched by CBS2 Los Angeles revealed that the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (DWP) has been using their sprinkler systems to water their buildings’ artificial lawns. This news comes following claims from the department that they had “curtailed” their water usage. The Daily Sheeple reports, “A sign at one of their locations even read[s] ‘We stopped watering the grass to do our part to save water.'” Isn’t that just shameful?…. [read more]

The Earth Is Warming Up All Over Globally

August 2016 Global Temperature Percentiles MapThe globally averaged temperature over land and ocean surfaces for August 2016 was the highest for the month of August in the NOAA global temperature dataset record, which dates back to 1880. This marks the 16th consecutive month a monthly global temperature record has been broken, the longest such streak in the 137-year record. The June-August and January-August global temperatures were also the highest on record.

This monthly summary from NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information is part of the suite of climate services NOAA provides to government, business, academia, and the public to support informed decision-making.

For extended analysis of global temperature and precipitation patterns, as well as extreme events, please see our full report.

State of emergency in Chios, Greece as largest wildfire in years rages out of control

Greece has declared a state of emergency on the Aegean island of Chios due to a wildfire raging out of control. Dozens of firefighters and aircraft battle the fire that is burning through olive groves and mastic trees, an important source of income for the island. Smoke forced some people to flee their homes in two villages….. [watch and see more]

California Drought Worsens – El Nino ‘Gains’ Flushed Into The Pacific As Water Storage Runs Dry

California % Average PrecipitationCalifornians were recently warned that water levels in the San Luis Reservoir were dangerously low and that water deliveries from the project would likely be shut down as early as this weekend.

The San Luis Reservoir supplies water to the Santa Clara Valley, San Benito County as well as farmers in the Central Valley.  As of July 22nd, the reservoir stood at 11% of total capacity (226k AF) which puts storage well below the levels recorded during the driest season recorded in 1976-1977.  This news comes in spite of a robust rainy season in California with YTD precipitation roughly 16% higher than the long-term average and over 200% higher than the driest 1976-1977 season.

So, why are California’s reservoirs drying up in spite of a solid rainy season? The answer lies in the environmental regulations implemented to protect the Delta Smelt, a 5-7cm fish and endangered resident of the California Delta. Regulations designed to protect the non-native species have prevented pumping of water from the California Delta in Northern California leaving many reservoirs in Southern California empty…. [read more]