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God desires that ALL people would accept God's love and salvation through Jesus Christ. God has compelled me to share information with the world relating to the biblical seven year tribulation in order to share Truth in a deceived world.

In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He was with God in the beginning. Through Him all things were made; without Him nothing was made that has been made. In Him was life, and that life was the light of men. The light shines in the darkness, but the darkness has not understood it. (John 1:1-5)

Jesus answered, "I AM the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me." (John 14:6)

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Trader on the BBC says Eurozone Market will crash - YouTube

Trader on the BBC says Eurozone Market will crash - YouTube: In a scary and painfully frank interview a freaked out BBC interviewer is visibly shaken when market trader Alessio Rastani predicts that the "Market is Toast."

Blogger's note: Don't be shocked when you pull your head from the sand.

UPDATE 1-Seven dead as Typhoon Nesat pounds Philippines | Reuters

UPDATE 1-Seven dead as Typhoon Nesat pounds Philippines | Reuters: Nesat was a category 3 typhoon with winds of around 200 km per hour (125 mph) when it hit the northern provinces of Luzon island just before dawn on Tuesday, Tropical Storm Risk said.

Blogger's note: Cat 3 storm strikes Philippines. More birth pains.

Monday, September 26, 2011

How to Count One-Sixth of the World's Population - Rebecca J. Rosen - Technology - The Atlantic

How to Count One-Sixth of the World's Population - Rebecca J. Rosen - Technology - The Atlantic: If the project is successful, India would abruptly find itself at the forefront of citizen-identification technology, outperforming Social Security and other non-biometric [identification methods] . . .

Blogger's note: That's a very big guinea pig!

Typhoon Nesat hits Philippines | Asia-Pasific | World Bulletin

Typhoon Nesat hits Philippines | Asia-Pasific | World Bulletin: Flights to Bicol were suspended, and schools in the capital Manila closed in the afternoon in response to heavy rains and strong winds brought by Nesat, expected to reach category 3 typhoon before making landfall on Tuesday.

Blogger's note: More birth pains.

PUTIN SET TO RE-EMERGE AS THE CZAR OF RUSSIA: Will run for President March 4, 2012 - Joel C. Rosenberg's Blog

PUTIN SET TO RE-EMERGE AS THE CZAR OF RUSSIA: Will run for President March 4, 2012 - Joel C. Rosenberg's Blog: A growing number of Jews also believe Ezekiel 38 and 39 could come true in our lifetime, and possibly in the next few years.

Blogger's note: Rosenberg is correct that Israel is under tremendous pressure from the world.

Dead Sea Scrolls Go Online as Google Joins Israel Museum to Help Scholars - Bloomberg

Dead Sea Scrolls Go Online as Google Joins Israel Museum to Help Scholars - Bloomberg: Five of the eight scrolls housed at Israel Museum since 1965 have been digitalized, including the Great Isaiah Scroll, the Temple Scroll and the War Scroll.

Blogger's note: What may be the significance of the Temple Scroll?

Floods kill 158 in Thailand, 61 in Cambodia - Israel News, Ynetnews

Floods kill 158 in Thailand, 61 in Cambodia - Israel News, Ynetnews: "Twenty-three provinces in the lower north and central Thailand are under water and nearly 2 million people have been affected by severe floods and heavy rain," Thailand's Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation said.

Blogger's note: More birth pains.

Friday, September 23, 2011

Netanyahu’s UN speech: The video and transcript | Capital J | JTA - Jewish & Israel News

Netanyahu’s UN speech: The video and transcript | Capital J | JTA - Jewish & Israel News: Nearly 62 years ago, the United Nations recognized the right of the Jews, an ancient people 3,500 years-old, to a state of their own in their ancestral homeland.

Blogger's note: Why didn't he mention the Bible or Torah? He knows that the world will not tolerate such terms.

Abbas: I submitted UN application for Palest... JPost - Headlines

Abbas: I submitted UN application for Palest... JPost - Headlines: Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas announced during his speech to the United Nations General Assmebly on Friday that prior to his address, he submitted an application to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon requesting full membership for a Palestinian state based on "pre-1967 lines and with Jerusalem as its capital."

Blogger's note: We live in historic times.

Transcript of Ahmadinejad's U.N. Speech : NPR

Transcript of Ahmadinejad's U.N. Speech : NPR: It is essential that spirituality and ethics find their rightful place in international relations.

Blogger's note: They will. No worries.

Mexico on red alert as Hilary becomes Category 4 hurricane

Mexico on red alert as Hilary becomes Category 4 hurricane: Meanwhile, Mexico's National Meteorological Service (SMN) warned people in the southern states of Oaxaca, Chiapas, Guerrero, Nayarit and Jalisco against potential landslides and flash floods as the soil in the highland areas of these regions are already saturated following recent downpours.

Blogger's note: More birth pains.

Can believing Mormons become Jews? | Jews and Mormons | Jewish Journal

Can believing Mormons become Jews? | Jews and Mormons | Jewish Journal: Righteous Gentiles are people who adopt Jewish beliefs and practices without converting to Judaism. In my opinion, this is the best option for Mormons who feel a strong affinity and love for Jews and wish to identify with them. It allows these church members to become “Jewish” while respecting the theological integrity of both faith traditions.

Blogger's note: Based upon this LDS leader's statements, when members of LDS have a desire to identify with the Jewish people, they should become Righteous Gentiles, also called Noahides. This will likely occur soon, en masse.

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Bottom Line - Recession's second act would be worse than the first

Bottom Line - Recession's second act would be worse than the first: With banks still recovering from a decade-long credit bubble, governments slashing spending to cope with unsustainable debt, and unemployment at levels not seen in decades, a new recession would be “disastrous,” according to Roger Altman, a senior Treasury official in the Clinton administration.

Blogger's note: The world is beginning to rapidly change.

Young becoming "lost generation" amid recession - CBS News

Young becoming "lost generation" amid recession - CBS News: "Their really high levels of underemployment and unemployment will haunt young people for at least another decade," Sum said.

Blogger's note: Young adults are succumbing to despair. Many will look for answers in the wrong places.

CANADA STOCKS-TSX hits year low in global equities flight | Reuters

CANADA STOCKS-TSX hits year low in global equities flight | Reuters: Wall Street fell more than 3 percent and European stocks were down more than 4 percent to a two-year low as risk
aversion gripped global markets.

Blogger's note: More birth pains. The pains will get stronger and closer together.

U.N. Study: Austerity Measures Pushing World Economy Toward Disaster

U.N. Study: Austerity Measures Pushing World Economy Toward Disaster: "To revive the economy with a wageless recovery with diminished expectations by the private economy, by private households, what are the instruments at hand? There is nothing."

Blogger's note: As I've said, the magic bag of economic tricks is now empty. Watch for more drastic moves by those that wish to keep their thrones.

Economy in Congress’s Hands As Fed Runs Out of Bullets: Strategists - CNBC

Economy in Congress’s Hands As Fed Runs Out of Bullets: Strategists - CNBC: The move was widely expected and largely uncontroversial because it won’t expand the Fed’s balance sheet (i.e. print money), but at the same time economists argued it would have little effect as a result.

Blogger's note: The Fed needs to be seen as doing something, yet it doesn't want to spur further inflation. Most of the tricks are already out of the bag and the magicians are sweating.

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

BBC News - Powerful Typhoon Roke hits Japan

BBC News - Powerful Typhoon Roke hits Japan: This is the second time in less than a month that Japan is being lashed by a typhoon. Talas ripped through the west of the country, leaving about 90 people dead or missing.

Blogger's note: It'll take a few days before the terrible toll from Roke is known. It struck Japan as a category 2 hurricane equivalent.

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Dangerous Typhoon Roke rapidly strengthens, to rake Japan - Capital Weather Gang - The Washington Post

Dangerous Typhoon Roke rapidly strengthens, to rake Japan - Capital Weather Gang - The Washington Post: Roke is equivalent to a high-end category 3 or low-end category 4 hurricane.

Blogger's note: More trouble brewing for already rain-soaked Japan.

Rivlin: World Not Interested in Preserving Israel - Inside Israel - News - Israel National News

Rivlin: World Not Interested in Preserving Israel - Inside Israel - News - Israel National News

Blogger's note: How far are we dilated, Doc?

Navy officer weds partner as gay ban ends - CBS News

Navy officer weds partner as gay ban ends - CBS News: That way, the two men were able to recite their vows before family and friends at the first possible moment after the formal repeal of the military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy.

Blogger's note: Freedom's sword has two edges.

Rescuers struggle to help Himalaya quake villages - Taiwan News Online

Rescuers struggle to help Himalaya quake villages - Taiwan News Online: Rescue workers battled bad weather as they raced to dig through mudslides to reach thousands of villagers cut off by a powerful earthquake that killed at least 53 people and damaged more than 100,000 homes in mountainous northeastern India, Nepal and Tibet.

Blogger's note: More birth pains.

Japan: 400,000 urged to evacuate as typhoon nears - Israel News, Ynetnews

Japan: 400,000 urged to evacuate as typhoon nears - Israel News, Ynetnews: Authorities in the central city of Nagoya on Tuesday advised 400,000 residents to evacuate because
of worries that rivers might burst their banks, Jiji Press news agency said.

Blogger's note: More birth pains.

Sunday, September 18, 2011

Magnitude 6.8 quake hits northeast India | Reuters

Magnitude 6.8 quake hits northeast India | Reuters: Thousands of panic-stricken families in Dhaka ran out of high-rise buildings on to the streets as the ground under their feet shook.

Blogger's note: More birth pains.

Fischer: Global economic situation 'extremely difficult' - Israel News, Ynetnews

Fischer: Global economic situation 'extremely difficult' - Israel News, Ynetnews: He said: "The situation around the world is extremely difficult. The difference between now and the economic crisis of 2008 is that everyone has already used up most of their ammo."

Blogger's note: In other words, the 2008 crisis was just a warmup exercise. Soon, the real game begins.

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Heavy rains, floods kill 233, affect 5.5 million in Pakistan - CNN.com

Heavy rains, floods kill 233, affect 5.5 million in Pakistan - CNN.com: The flooding has inundated more than 4.5 million acres and damaged an estimated 80% of crops. At least 1.19 million homes have been damaged, the authority said.
And the rains are not over.

Blogger's note: More birth pains.

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

FOUR REASONS WHY GOD IS SHAKING AMERICA & THE WORLD: Text of “Wake Up Call” sermon - Joel C. Rosenberg's Blog

FOUR REASONS WHY GOD IS SHAKING AMERICA & THE WORLD: Text of “Wake Up Call” sermon - Joel C. Rosenberg's Blog: Let’s be clear: the Bible tells us that these shakings are going to continue, and get worse, like birth pangs, increasing in frequency and intensity — contraction and release, contraction and release.

Blogger's note: The birth pains have only started.

Fujitsu Launches PalmPartner Program to Support Channel Sales and Integration Efforts of Participating Technology Vendors - MarketWatch

Fujitsu Launches PalmPartner Program to Support Channel Sales and Integration Efforts of Participating Technology Vendors - MarketWatch: Unlike other biometric systems, the PalmSecure device does not come into contact with the skin, making it extremely hygienic, non-intrusive and unrestricted by external factors such as skin types and conditions.

Blogger's note: Sounds great!

Monday, September 12, 2011

Saturday, September 10, 2011

Friday, September 09, 2011

Magnitude 6.7 quake hits off Vancouver - Israel News, Ynetnews

Magnitude 6.7 quake hits off Vancouver - Israel News, Ynetnews: The quake, initially reported as a magnitude 6.8, was very shallow at 16.1 miles (26 km) under the seabed.

Blogger's note: The birth pains are still mostly gentle.

S&P raises Israel's credit rating to A - Israel News, Ynetnews

S&P raises Israel's credit rating to A - Israel News, Ynetnews: Last month, S&P lowered the US's rating and caused crashes in the markets.

Blogger's note: Hmmm.

Huge blackout hits California, Mexico | World | News | Toronto Sun

Huge blackout hits California, Mexico | World | News | Toronto Sun: A massive blackout caused by “human failure” left nearly 5 million people without power in parts of California, Arizona and Mexico Thursday, and officials said many residents may be out of service for a day or more.

Blogger's note: Not all birth pains are "natural" disasters.

Weather extremes 2011: U.S. has second-warmest summer on record - latimes.com

Weather extremes 2011: U.S. has second-warmest summer on record - latimes.com: Consider this: New Jersey, New York, Vermont and New Hampshire had their wettest August on record. But the limited rain in Louisiana, Tennessee, Texas, Mississippi, Georgia, Illinois, Washington and Alabama left those states with Augusts that were among the their 10-driest on record.

Blogger's note: Is "Mother Nature" upset with the world?

Thursday, September 08, 2011

Texas wildfire destruction worsens: 1,626 homes lost - latimes.com

Texas wildfire destruction worsens: 1,626 homes lost - latimes.com: A fire raging across the state's Bastrop County has consumed 1,386 homes -- nearly double the 785 homes listed as lost as recently as Wednesday. Blazes elsewhere in the state are said to have destroyed about 240 homes since Sunday.

Blogger's note: As the birth pains continue to grow, the U.S. pains still pale in comparison to Japan's recent despair.

US Will Veto PA's UN Statehood Bid - Defense/Security - News - Israel National News

US Will Veto PA's UN Statehood Bid - Defense/Security - News - Israel National News: The U.N. General Assembly could pass a resolution granting recognition to the PA as a new Arab country.

Blogger's note: This should be interesting.

Flooding leads to evacuations of 100,000 in Pa. – USATODAY.com

Flooding leads to evacuations of 100,000 in Pa. – USATODAY.com: In New York, the Thruway Authority expected Thursday to close a 105-mile stretch of Interstate 90 where it runs along the Mohawk River, which had overflowed its banks in some areas.

Blogger's note: More birth pains.

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Blogger's note: From a messenger of light to . . .

3 die, thousands told to evacuate as floods hit East - Weather - msnbc.com

3 die, thousands told to evacuate as floods hit East - Weather - msnbc.com: At least three people died and thousands of people were ordered to evacuate as heavy rains from the remnants of Tropical Storm Lee saw flash flood warnings issued from Maryland to New York early Thursday.

Blogger's note: More birth pains.

A Record Year for Billion-Dollar Weather Disasters, Christian News

A Record Year for Billion-Dollar Weather Disasters, Christian News: There are myriad explanations for this year’s record number of billion-dollar weather disasters – from a a blizzard that stretched from late January to after Groundhog Day, to an outbreak of more 100 tornadoes in April, to flooding in spring and summer, to Hurricane Irene last month and the Texas wildfires this month.

Blogger's note: It ain't over till the fat lady sings. What will fall and winter bring?

Wednesday, September 07, 2011

Southern Times - The death of the US dollar

Southern Times - The death of the US dollar: The US dollar has long been considered the traditional benchmark currency for international trade but that base is being fast eroded.

Blogger's note: Actually, it's likely that the U.S. Dollar will remain the main currency. But, it will simply become a benchmark for a global electronic currency that will no longer be controlled by the U.S. The "new world electronic currency," or whatever it may be called, will simply be electronic trade units based upon what was called the U.S. Dollar. This will eventually require a world biometric ID system for each individual to be able to buy, sell or trade. This will likely be based upon iris scans and palm vasculature scans. These two protocols are quickly emerging as the biometric ID leaders among noninvasive methods. Watch.

Tuesday, September 06, 2011

Texas wildfires: More than 1,000 homes lost, thousands evacuated - latimes.com

Texas wildfires: More than 1,000 homes lost, thousands evacuated - latimes.com: The fires are being fueled by unforgiving weather conditions -- the region's relentless drought conditions and high winds attributed to former Tropical Storm Lee.

Blogger's note: Tropical Storm Lee's destruction continues.

SENIOR IDF GENERAL SAYS LIKELIHOOD OF “AN ALL-OUT, TOTAL WAR” GROWING: “Arab Spring” could turn into “Radical Islamic Winter”; Tensions with Turkey mounting - Joel C. Rosenberg's Blog

SENIOR IDF GENERAL SAYS LIKELIHOOD OF “AN ALL-OUT, TOTAL WAR” GROWING: “Arab Spring” could turn into “Radical Islamic Winter”; Tensions with Turkey mounting - Joel C. Rosenberg's Blog: “Referring to what he characterized as the possibility of a ‘radical Islamic winter,’ Major-General Eisenberg said: ‘This raises the likelihood of an all-out, total war, with the possibility of weapons of mass destruction being used.’”

Blogger's note: Become aware today, so that you're not shocked tomorrow.

Global stocks slide again amid euro zone worries | Reuters

Global stocks slide again amid euro zone worries | Reuters: Singapore's finance minister told a conference in the city-state on Tuesday that a global recession was now "more likely than not" as the U.S. and European economies were at "stall" speed.

Blogger's note: What will be born following these birth pains?

41 die in Japan typhoon Talas

41 die in Japan typhoon Talas: Thousands of people are stranded in western Japan after the death toll from a fierce typhoon rose to 41, heaping more misery on a nation recovering from the March earthquake and tsunami.

Blogger's note: The birth pains are not subsiding.

5,000 Evacuated As Wildfire Destroys Nearly 500 Homes In Texas | FoxNews.com

5,000 Evacuated As Wildfire Destroys Nearly 500 Homes In Texas | FoxNews.com: A roaring wildfire raced through rain-starved farm and ranchland in Central Texas, destroying nearly 500 homes during a rapid advance that was fanned in part by howling winds from the remnants of Tropical Storm Lee.

Blogger's note: It's getting more challenging just to keep track of the birth pains in the U.S. Meanwhile, the rest of the world is suffering, too.

Hurricane Katia Strengthens to Category 4, Travels in Northwest Direction - Bloomberg

Hurricane Katia Strengthens to Category 4, Travels in Northwest Direction - Bloomberg: Parts of the U.S. East Coast are still drying from Hurricane Irene, which made landfall on Aug. 27, leaving 45 people dead from North Carolina to Maine and cutting power to 6.69 million homes and businesses.

Blogger's note: Will Katia turn northward, soon enough?

Monday, September 05, 2011

Sunday, September 04, 2011

Typhoon dumps record rain on Japan, killing 20 - San Diego, California News Station - KFMB Channel 8 - cbs8.com

Typhoon dumps record rain on Japan, killing 20 - San Diego, California News Station - KFMB Channel 8 - cbs8.com: Typhoon Talas dumped record amounts of rain Sunday in western and central Japan, killing at least 20 people and stranding thousands more as it turned towns into lakes, washed away cars and triggered mudslides that obliterated houses.

Blogger's note: More birth pains.

Saturday, September 03, 2011

With National Database, India Tries to Reach the Poor - NYTimes.com

With National Database, India Tries to Reach the Poor - NYTimes.com: Across this sprawling, chaotic nation, workers are creating what will be the world’s largest biometric database, a mind-bogglingly complex collection of 1.2 billion identities.

Blogger's note: The world's leaders are intently watching this project.

Thursday, September 01, 2011