Flooding in Columbia, Flooding in Jamaica, Earthquake in Tehran, Giant snails found in Peru, Unknown carcass was found in Indonesia, Extreme storms hit the U.S. again with Tornadoes and hail, Droughts in Africa, Computers being attack by malware, Missile launch from North Korea, Indonesian men sentenced to 85 lashes… and more
Hailstorm in Colorado damaging everything, Tornado in Oklahoma and Texas, Earthquake in China, Lake Mead at a historic low in Arizona, Nuclear near Washington not safe, Thousands of fish dying, Tropical storm, Oil spill killing fish, Erasing history in New Orleans, Person wanting to be Hitler… and more
US bombers on high alert, Exercise Neptune Falcon B-Roll, North Korea detaining a US citizen, US preparing to evacuate Americans from South Korea, War is on the horizon, US is under a real threat, Removal of 4 confederate symbols in New Orleans, Earthquake in Chile.. and more.
What is our world coming to? We have more hate than love all around and not only are people becoming more enraged but the weather is becoming fierce.
Lord we pray for those who are in Yemen. Lord may they cry out to you and we pray you hear their cry’s Lord. Provide their needs and we pray for rain upon Yemen. We pray their hearts know you are God. Help the children Lord. In Jesus name Amen!
“It is well to pray to God as to one who deserves to be praised, for then we plead in a happy and confident manner. If I feel that I can and do bless the Lord for all his past goodness, I am bold to ask great things of him.” (Spurgeon)2 Samuel 22:7 In my distress I called upon the Lord, and cried to my God: and he did hear my voice out of his temple, and my cry did enter into his ears.
In my distress I called upon the LORD: The enemy of our soul wants us to believe that we can’t call upon the LORD in our distress – as if we had to be right with God and sitting peacefully in a prayer chapel to pray rightly. David knew that God hears our distress signals.
He heard my voice: For David it was that simple. He cried out to God, and God heard. David also knew that God could not hear the distress of His people without taking action on their behalf. (by Guzik Commentary Bible)
I am Pastor John, leading a gospel team of Bibles for Mideast in South Asia and have worked many years with Pastor Paul’s mission. I led a gospel team in Gandhidham, in the state of Gujarat in North India.
- At 8:46 a.m. on January 26, 2001, a magnitude 9 earthquake lasting over two minutes shook Gujarat while citizens celebrated the 52nd Republic Day of India. It was one of the deadliest earthquakes in our country’s history. Around 20,000 people died, including 9110 women and 7065 children aged newborn to 14. The quake created 348 orphans and 826 widows. 170,000 were injured and more than one million left homeless. Many historical buildings were flattened.
The earthquake’s epicenter was 20 kilometers from Bhuj, a city in the region known as Kutch—the worst affected district. Several villages disappeared from the map completely. Many buildings fell like playing cards, and property damage totaled nearly $8 billion…. [read more]
A major earthquake registered by the USGS as M7.8 hit near Christchurch, South Island, New Zealand at 11:02 UTC on November 13, 2016. The agency is reporting a depth of 10 km (6.2 miles). New Zealand’s GEONET is reporting M7.5 at a depth of 16 km (9.9 miles). A tsunami warning has been issued. “People near the eastern coast of the South Island should immediately move to high ground or inland as far as possible,” New Zealand’s MCDEM said.
According to the USGS, the epicenter was located 53.8 km (33.5 miles) NE of Amberley (population 1 105), 77.6 km (48.2 miles) NNE of Kaiapoi (population 10 200), and 93 km (57.8 miles) NE of Christchurch (population 363 926), New Zealand.
This was a very complex earthquake that occurred both on land and at sea which is making it difficult to analyze.
There are 400 214 people living within 100 km (62 miles). About 10 000 people are living within 50 km (31 miles).
EMSC estimated there are 3.2 million people in the felt area….. [read more]