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Record-breaking disasters

Record-breaking disasters

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Published by DR JOHN SCLIM
Record-breaking disasters are a good indicator of the imminence of the return of Christ and the approaching Great Tribulation.
Record-breaking disasters are a good indicator of the imminence of the return of Christ and the approaching Great Tribulation.

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Published by: DR JOHN SCLIM on Nov 27, 2013
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 A new study found that people become more interested in God when a natural disaster strikes. The study was conducted just days after a powerful EF5 tornado ravaged Moore, Oklahoma, on 20 May 2013. It has to take a natural disaster to wake them up and make them sit up and think of God. They dare not deny His existence. All agnostics (who claim that people cannot know whether God exists or not), atheists (who believe that God does not exist), freethinkers (who have their own opinions and beliefs), and others will acknowledge His existence. As shown in Chapter 2, this will
 
 
only happen in the Great Tribulation. The Great Tribulation is an event that has no parallel, that is, what occurs during the Great Tribulation is unparalleled. For example, the whole earth will be shaken in the Great Tribulation, and this event so far has never happened in the past. It is discussed under the heading  “Shaking of the Earth” in this chapter. Natural disasters have increased in number, frequency and intensity in recent years. At the dawn of the New Year 2013, disasters struck Australia. The states of Tasmania and New South Wales faced one of the “highest-risk fire days in its history” as wild fires spread out of control destroying homes. Much of the country experienced a record-breaking heatwave, and temperatures in the Tasmanian state capital Hobart reached a record high of 41°C. And a news report had this headline: “Sydney sizzles on HOTTEST day on record! Mercury soars to 46.4°C in Australia as heat triggers massive bushfires.” Another danger was looming ahead: a cyclone was approaching Australia's north-west coast and  “intensified into a category four storm, the second-highest level” with wind gusts reaching 250kph near the cyclone's centre. The Bureau of Meteorology confirmed that “the three summer months ending 28 Feb 2013 the hottest season ever recorded.” The report said: "The Australian summer over 2012 and 2013 has been defined by extreme weather events across much of the continent, including record-breaking heat, severe bushfires, extreme rainfall and damaging flooding."  Australia was not the only country struck by disasters. Heavy
 
 
snow fell in England causing chaos on roads, rail and runways, grounding hundreds of flights and forcing thousands of passengers to sleep on the floor at London's Heathrow Airport overnight. Europe was also “hit by blizzards, air traffic havoc, deaths.” “Temperatures drop to record low as arctic blast sweeps Canada, US,” according to a news report. Floods inundated the mega-city Jakarta of Indonesia and caused many deaths. In the United States, a gigantic storm “shattered homes and businesses around the Midwest and South with tornadoes and high winds.” According to a news report, arctic air swept through Canada and parts of the United States and sent temperatures plunging to record lows on Wednesday, 23 January 2013, with a wind chill of minus 40°C. Public broadcaster CBC said Canada was the coldest nation in the world at the start of the day with temperatures as low as -43.1°C in the Northwest Territories.  All these disasters happened in the month of January 2013. Why did these disasters suddenly occur quite close to each other? What do they signify? They are harbingers of unparalleled disasters in the Great Tribulation and serve as warning signs to the world that the Great Tribulation is approaching. On Friday, 15 February 2013, a rare event occurred. A sizable meteor streaked across the sky and exploded over Russia releasing shockwave with the power of an atomic bomb. Buildings were damaged and glass windows were shattered injuring more than a thousand people. The shockwave was so powerful that it travelled twice around the globe, scientists said.

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