We spent the last two days digging out from under a record snowfall in the Seattle area. Every muscle in my arms ache.
In all of my 65 years, I’ve never seen two feet of snow descend at sea level in Washington State–and stay on the ground for three weeks (that’s the forecast).
In 1949, 13.1 inches fell at SeaTac airport during the month of February. We’re at 14.1 now–and 24 inches across the water where we live.
This is NOT global warming or climate change. It’s global cooling as confirmed by many “honest” experts.
Now we get the Green New Deal. Are these people idiots, crazy, or just incredibly deceived?
I’m not buying the Green New Disaster.
Like many followers of Jesus, I cherish the Book of Revelation which closes with God’s Kingdom reign coming to earth. Yet, the apocalyptic aspect of John’s prophecy remains difficult to understand so that, by and large, most of us don’t make it a focus of our daily lives.
Yet, Revelation foresees a time when an evil worldwide government forms on earth before Christ’s return (Revelation 13-19). I never thought much about this event until 1) I read the Left Behind series by Dr. Tim LaHaye (a personal friend of mine) and 2) Recently began to “see” a few things that caused me to wonder.
Now, I think I know what a one world government looks like.
Hurricane Irma is weakening, yet still moving across a nine hundred mile swath on the east coast. Millions of people lost power and the Texas clean-up from Hurricane Harvey is just beginning.
It seems like 21st century folks have a hard time thinking about God and hurricanes in the same sentence, although, one generation ago (and still on most insurance forms), natural disasters were called “acts of God.”
A number of people unsubscribed when I dared to link God with natural calamities. Why does this idea offend modern people? Here are some random thoughts on hurricanes, judgment, climate change, and need for repentance in our world.