Thus says the Lord of hosts, I am going to shake the heavens and the earth, the sea also and the dry land.. and all the nations Haggai 2:6 'SEISMOS' in DIVERSE places includes EARTHQUAKE, and also Hurricanes, Tornados & Typhoons, shaking the air also. Mark talks about earthquakes in diverse places. The Greek definition of seismos says strong winds in air & earthquakes in ground both! Strong's dictionary- The word earthquake in the original Greek is seismos - seismology (SEISMOS (sice-mos') NT:4578 from NT:4579; a commotion, ie (of the air) a gale, (of the ground) an earthquake - KJV-earthquake, tempest. (Biblesoft's New Exhaustive Strong's Numbers and Concordance with Expanded Greek-Hebrew Dictionary FREAK WEATHER: Hurricanes, Typhoons, etc. result in FLOODS, DISEASES, PLAGUES I FACED FLOYD in FLORIDA in September, 1999 America DIED in 1998 ~ the Earth Feels Gods Wrath Lord in Your JUDGEMENTS, remember Mercy! George W. Bush has thankfully, LEGALLY been elected President. GOD has granted mercy as long as Bush is President. Pray for him. But God's judgement is still on America, yet with mercy. EXAMPLE: Some areas of drought are experiencing snow and ice storms. Mercy is the water, the storms and sufferings are judgements. OH GOD, BLESS AMERICA... AGAIN! August 10, 2000 - JUDGMENT on LDS (Mormons) Salt Lake City, Utah had a sudden killer tornado. - The meteorologist saw severe weather but was too stunned to sound alert in time, because Utah doesn't have many. In all recorded history, Utah has NEVER had a tornado death GLOBAL WEATHER DISASTERS VENEZUELA rains, floods, mudslides have killed an estimated 30,000. The true death toll may never be known. INDIA: FLOODS FOLLOW CYCLONE of the CENTURY Oct 30 - Unprecedented cyclone with wind speeds of about 260 severed communications throughout the state. Ten coastal districts remained cut off from the rest of India. Around 4,000 fishermen were reported at sea when the storm hit. The entire city was without electricity and drinking water. Most telephone lines were down. * Nov. 2 - Food riots broke out after relief teams had difficulty reaching survivors that left millions homeless & killed thousands. A mob protesting the lack of relief efforts attacked an air force chopper that brought 3 government ministers to assess the damage in the Paradip port area. Torrential rains & 163 mph winds have hampered rescue efforts as roads and rail links to the region are under water. Air force planes have been unable to take off due to the inclement weather. Indian army troops are struggling to clear roads blocked by fallen trees to enable vehicles carrying food & medicine to reach the affected region. Millions of people, 4 days without food or water looted vehicles carrying food and other relief supplies. Health officials fear disease as bodies are floating in the water. 5,000 people may have been killed by the cyclone. Nearly half of Orissa state's 42 million people have been affected by India's worst cyclone. UPI - * Nov. 4 Bodies Burned En Masse as10,000 Feared Dead. Officials set fire to hundreds of bodies stacked on the beach today, hoping to stave off disease in eastern India, where the first significant aid was finally beginning to arrive a week after a devastating storm. VIET NAM FLOODS HANOI, Vietnam - Hunger is becoming an increasing problem as more rain plagues central Vietnam, where floods have already killed over 200 people. Storms have dumped 7 feet of rain on the region over the last 3 days, causing the worst flooding in 40 years. More than 200,000 homes have been destroyed. The whole province is like a sea, with very little dry land. Mexico drenched by devastating rains, but the north has not seen a drop in months; temperatures plummet near Mexico City, while the northwest is baking hot. Freak weather conditions in Mexico are not symptoms of global warming but probably the result of La Nina. Recent severe weather triggered the most intense Mexican floods in 40 years, killing at least 400 people. Areas are under six feet of water & residents have got used to traveling home by boat or through waist-deep water. In Puebla, west of Mexico City, entire mountain villages were buried by mudslides. But just 250 miles west, the central state has not had rain for months and 690,000 acres of northern farmland have been damaged by severe drought & 104 degrees, & most farmers have no crops. Grains output was down to around 30% of average PEACE in the middle of the STORM I will not leave you as orphans, I will come to you. There'll be signs in the sun moon & stars & on earth distress, trouble of nations in perplexity, bewildered, without resources, left wanting at the roaring of the sea Luke 21:25 & Joel 2 Hurricane Floyd and the terribles earthquakes in Taiwan & Turkey should show us the importance of being prepared. Jesus said - As the lightning flashes from the East to the West, so shall be the COMING of the SON of MAN (JESUS CHRIST). Wherever the corpse is, the vultures will gather. Immediately after the distress of those days the sun will be darkened & the moon will not give its light; the stars will fall from the sky & the heavenly bodies will be shaken. At that time the sign of the Son of Man will appear in the sky, & all the nations will mourn. They will see the Son of Man coming on the clouds of the sky with power & great glory! He will send His angels with a loud trumpet call, & they'll gather his elect from the four winds, from one end of the heavens to the other. As it was in the days of Noah, so it will be at the coming of the Son of Man. Before the flood people were eating & drinking, marrying, up to the day Noah entered the ark - And they knew nothing about what would happen UNTIL the FLOOD CAME & TOOK THEM ALL AWAY That's how it will be at His coming Matthew 24:27-39 HOW SAD! I FACED FLOYD in FLORIDA September, 1999 Make DECISION to run or stay EARLY Thot some of you inlanders'd enjoy my story. I lived in Delray Beach, Florida Hurricanes are known for their fierce winds, but the rainfall and storm surge (waves) they produce are worse! Many are killed by the flooding and the storm surge. Afterward we worry about diseases from the dead bodies. After these hurricanes, flooding. Who knows what diseases its winds have blown in? It will be weeks and months before we discover the answer. This weather breeds pests that attack and infect both humans and crops. Result: FAMINE, Shortages, & High Prices. And thats the BEST part. At worst, incurable diseases and much death as plagues new and old sweep America. One of these prevelant in wet climate? Hemorrhagic fevers such as EBOLA. I prepared for Floyd. However when Hurricane Irene came along later, it was only catagory 1, so I didnt' prepare. For me personally, and all of Florida, IRENE was WORSE than Floyd! I had batteries on hand, so when I lost power, at least I had a flashlite and radio. My power was out for 12 hours. It flickered all day Oct. 15, went out at 8pm Friday evening and returned Saturday morning at 8am, but was unstable and kept going out again. Power goes out.DON'T trust tapwater after floods. A water treatment plant was flooded and the area had NO water. (ed: NOTE: In disaster you are cut off. No services. You must be able to exist on what's in your home. Remember this, great disasters are upon America, coast to coast! Stay prepared! ) September 9 we start tracking Floyd MONDAY, September 13th, 1999 ~ I awaited Hurricane Floyd * 7:00am - DECISION: Stay at home ~ Each hour dragged on... and on... as everyone in Florida awaited the promised turn of Floyd to the north. * 7:30am- Monday - the weather channel calls Floyd a catagory 5 with winds of 155 mph. 5 is the worst! This sucker is 600 miles wide!!! This morning a hurricane watch area was posted, and I am in it. I am watching, praying, trusting. Jesus???? This is a good day.... beam me up! * 8:30am- Drove to Walmart for hurricane supplies, bread & milk. Wal-mart already nearly OUT of batteries size D. * Make note: always have a dozen D batteries on hand * 9:30am- Have food and water. Will fill tub. Cooked a batch of rice, boiled some eggs, put water in freezer & will make a large container of coffee. cold coffee? better than NO coffee! Floyd is due tomorrow or Wednesday. However hurricanes are unpredictable. If I lose power it will be awhile before I can communicate. Should I cook lotsa pasta, rice n eggs just before January 1? In case? TUESDAY, September 14th WAITING ........ L O N G day! * 7am - darn thing's still coming at me, hasn't turned north! prediction of the moment says it won't hit me with the 155 mph winds, 'only' 75mph. grin! It doesn't sound good but it's too late to run. Some are running SOUTH which is dumb, as Andrew turned south suddenly. So could this. The good thing is I am not on the worst side of its wind unless it turns south. I pray I dont lose windows or power. I have tuna, canned hash (yuk), and soups. I cooked rice and boiled eggs and have water for a week. I have batteries for a couple days. (eek) * 9:00am - Floyd has winked north. Now we are not expected to have the full 155 mph winds, 'only' 40-76. - (clik pic for related page) *** Some of my random thoughts that crossed my mind throughout the long day of waiting .... DECISION: I'm staying home. Got batteries & flashlite. Have food & water. Will fill tub to flush - apprehension - waiting - watching cloudy here - I saw a bird fly - windy, about 30mph I think - I am surprised how bright it is. Opened door. oops! hot n humid!.... and windy! Pulled all my blinds down, but not in kitchen - need to see out, winds will increase thru day to hurricane force. I plan to stay online continually til my power goes out but I pray power does not go out. it dont look normal out there. I hate being without looking out a window, so my kitchen shade is still open. I'm in a condo ... ground floor. there is a unit to my right & left. no one here is boarded up. My windows face north and south. - In Hurricane Andrew, the outside unit here got slammed by a coconut and left a hole; and a tree in back fell missing my sunporch windows by mere inchs. I thank God for protecting me during Andrew, He will again. they said 40 mph winds in next couple hours or so Altho Floyd's been tracked for days, it seemed sudden. people who own boats were shopping at Bloomingdales in Glades plaza a posh shopping center in Boca Raton, weather people issued a 2 hour to lockdown warning to get boats thru bridges over intercoastal, boat owners were shocked they had so little time - in fact didnt even know about the warning cuz they were buying. they had to get from shopping plaza to boats and get boats secured or thru drawbridges on very short notice. - 6 shelters are full already. there were varying reports of everything last nite as is common in all disasters. Gov Bush already declared florida a disaster area to speed help later. airport open til noon, but most major airlines cancelled all in and out flights already. They closed all schools for Tuesday & Wed. and many public services and bldgs. and it's going to be a LONG NIGHT too It's 5:00pm Tuesday - I've not seen anything scary yet. The bad winds are to arrive around 10pm to midnite, last thru nite and abate Wed. In fact today has been bright even with sun, but quite windy. Some rainbands came thru - no thunder so far. That will come later, but with all the hype it all seems to be past instead of yet to come. Very odd feeling ... suspended ... timeless. Feels like its all over already .... unreal..... Floyd finally did turn north. thank God! We won't even mention Gert is right behind * 8pm Tuesday, news is good ... hurricane eye went north ... however, the worst yet to come here they say ... winds to hit in next few hours and last all nite long. however they wont be as bad as they could have. Suddenly I feel totally exhausted. Talked to another Floridian who is also exhausted. If this has been a long watch for me, the poor people who get struck by these terrible disasters! WEDNESDAY, September 15th ~ GOOD Y2k PRACTICE!
THANK GOD I'm SAFE! I have electricity & food for a week! All day today Hurricane Floyd crawled along the north Florida coast. I want to thank every person who emailed me. I did not feel alone. Power is out north of me, streets are littered, trees & branchs down, items tipped over, signs askew. Ocean surf was high way down to Miami Beach. Tho last nite TV weather said the worst'd be our winds overnite, I heard nothing. I was totally exhausted. When Floyd FINALLY turned north I was overwhelmingly relieved, and had the feeling it was all over. A dock in Daytona Beach was destroyed heavy surf, Jacksonville's being pounded by heavy surf & winds & rain, getting hit by western edge of hurricane Floyd. Winds down to 135 mph now. The Marines were evacuated somewhere up in that area. Floyd is 3 times larger than Andrew, 600 miles across! Huge storm! Nearly 2 million people have been urged to evacuate coastal areas from Florida to North Carolina. A hurricane warning is in effect from Ft Pierce, Fla, across Georgia and the Carolinas to Virginia border, (later extended all the way up the eastern seaboard). and FLOYD MOVED ON up the Coast THURSDAY, September 16 Floyd's fury from the Carolinas to New Jersey smashed piers, snapped power lines & flooded low-lying areas in northern & central Florida. Early Thursday morning Floyd swept ashore as Category 3 near Cape Fear 25 miles south of Wilmington, NC with 110-mph winds and an 11-foot wall of water. It had already dumped more than 14 inches of rain there on Wed. Floyd knocked out power to more than 230,000 homes, flooding streets with waist-high water and spawning tornadoes in a region slapped by Hurricane Dennis just weeks ago. Hurricane-force winds extended more than 115 miles from the eye as Floyd moved inland. New York City preparing for evacuations Floyd's northeastern edge. To date they estimate 2 to 3 million evacuated. Friday, September 17th - Floyd is now a tropical storm, 60 mph & has picked up speed as it moves across land. Tropical-storm winds extend about 200 miles eastward from the center. Schools were closed Thursday for more than 2 million youngsters. Some 1.4 million utility customers from South Carolina to New Jersey lost power. USA Today 12-9-2001 Transferred page from old website. In 1999 I did not think of Floyd as being God's judgment. There were many hurricans in 1999 HURRICANE FLOYD ~ SUMMARY < Floyd was 600 miles across, Winds 155mph 3 days of warnings indicated this storm, Floyd, was 3 times worse than Andrew, worse than Hugo. Many people evacuated south, but Andrew came right toward me, then veered south at the last minute. (TV just said Gert'll go north .. but that's what they kept saying about Floyd - it was tight!!) "Over a million people have evacuated," Florida governor Jeb Bush said Tuesday morning. Wed. some reports said 2 million. Governor declared the entire state a disaster area to speed help after. Many emailed me to run. By the time the warnings said Floyd had NOT turned north as expected, it was too late to run. My friends left Daytona for NC on Tue. I didn't hear from them til 6:30pm Wed, & was worried & praying. Later heard it took them 22 hours to make an 8 hour trip! The runners on the few roads out were stuck in 6 mph traffic with many cars breaking down. TV reported it was a nightmare. If Floyd had struck, those on the road would be worse off than at home! At a certain point it is better to stay home, if one does not run early. October 8 - North Carolina still has not even close to recovered. Floods remained 2 weeks. During Hurricane Floyd, one lady in Pennsylvania not only lost power, but water /pump too - they could not wash, shower, or even flush. She has an all electric home. She had no idea it'd come inland. In Daytona, Florida a couple evacuated Tuesday, and an 8 hour trip took them 22 hours! Moral? Leave a day earlier. Decide early. HURRICANE FLOYD was HUGE! 600 miles across with 155 mph winds Came thru September 11 to 16, 1999 - However, HURRICANE IRENE was only catagory 1, but the eye came just to our west, and we were on her bad side! Hurricanes affected both our financial & emotional health. The damage caused by Hurricane Irene has been both financial and emotional. While flooding on South Florida farms could lead to higher food prices in much of the country, residents of eastern North Carolina are struggling to raise their spirits after suffering through three straight hurricanes; Dennis, Floyd, & Irene. Irene caused at least $100 million in farm damage most of it uninsured - in South Florida, the nation's leading producer of winter vegetables, state agricultural officials said. The flooding of up to 18 inches in parts of Florida could affect prices nationwide for tomatoes, sweet corn, cucumbers, green beans, eggplant, squash & zucchini. Also acres of fruit trees lost because their roots were under water too long.
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