|PREDICTION TRUTH OF PROPHECIES IS A WAY TO STOP DISASTERS:
NOSTRADAMUS, The Old Testament, and other prophets said it.
What are about tribulation, famines, and confusion?
THESE ARE THE ACTS OF GOD!
Please see "Nostradamus" , "True Messiah: Truth"
and other pages on the Home page of www.selfwisdom.net You may understand the time of the Last Judgment at the Last Day.
Present time is the time of the True Messiah coming to renew for the golden age. The age of true peace and happiness which all people will have forever.
Do people realize GOD'S truth? or They ignore the truth.
Why! It has so much disasters at present time. The prophecies said so.
2 Esdras: 4Ezra.16:19 "Behold, famine and plague, tribulation and anguish, are sent as scourges for amendment."
Isaiah 29:6 says “Thou shalt be visited of the LORD of hosts with thunder, and with earthquake, and great noise, with storm and tempest, and the flame of devouring fire.”
Nostradamus I:62 "Alas, what a great loss shall learning suffer. Before the cycle of the moon is accompleted. By fire, great flood, and ignorant scepters, More than can be made good again in a long age."
AP News - Sept. 23, 2008: " Bush: ‘Our entire economy is in danger'. President uses prime time address to make case for $700 billion bailout.
Please understand that human cannot against God's will (see the above 4Ezra 16:19, Isaiah 29.6 and Nostradamus 1:62 prophecies).
Please follow up the unusual news: (THINK ! ! !: Is this an act of GOD at the present time?)
July 28, 2008: KIEV, Ukraine - Flood-hit western Ukraine, where at least 22 people were killed when rivers burst their banks after severe storms, officials said.
July 28, 2008: TOKYO - Four people died Monday in central Japan after being swept away in torrential rains that caused floods and an evacuation order for 50,000 people, officials said.
July 26, 2008: 4 swimmers dead, 3 missing in ocean off Long Beach N.Y. Some authorities said the spate of swimmers being swept away seemed unprecedented. Police Lt. Bruce Meyer said he "cannot recall there ever being back-to-back situations like this."
July 22, 2008: The June 21 lightning storm ignited what officials have called the largest fire event in California history. Nearly 1,480 square miles (3833 Sq. Km.) have been scorched across the state. just 33 fires were still burning.
July 19, 2008: Tropical storm floods southern Taiwan, kills 13. some parts of the south had recorded up to 39 inches of rain, much higher than its original prediction of up to 14 inches.
July 14, 2008: AP Associated Press; California wildfires largest 'fire event' in state history
July 14, 2008: The New York Times: after a large mortgage lender in California collapsed late Friday, Wall Street analysts began posing two crucial questions: Just how many banks might falter? And, more urgently, which one could be next?
July 13, 2008: SAN FRANCISCO - Heavy rains complicate Calif. firefighting efforts, thunderstorms brought rain bursts that modestly helped firefighting efforts Sunday, but the downpours also triggered mudslides that complicated California's unfolding wildfire disaster. "If it isn't fire, it's flood. If it isn't fire or flood, it's the mud," also caused a creek to flood, cutting off a firefighting crew's escape route when a road washed out,
July 12, 2008: PARADISE, Calif. - "For the first time, we've really turned the corner," Kim Sone, a spokeswoman for the California Department of Forestry and Fire Prevention, said Saturday. The federal government has committed $100 million and 80 percent of its firefighting resources to Calif.
July 11, 2008: PARADISE, Calif. - With crews exhausted and the season only beginning, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on Friday ordered 2,000 more National Guard troops for fire duty. The first fire death after three weeks, a body was found inside the remains of a home in Concow,
July 11, 2008: Burbank, California, Mortgage lender IndyMac Bancorp Inc was taken over by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp on Friday, which will run the bank while it looks for a buyer. IndyMac is the second-largest financial institution in U.S. history to close.
July 11, 2008: WASHINGTON (Reuters) - UAL Corp, parent of United Airlines, plans to eliminate up to 400 more jobs. United has previously announced plans to trim 950 pilots, about 600 flight attendants and 1,500 salaried workers.
July 8, 2008: ERLANGER KY, Comair to cut 520 pilots, flight attenndants.
July 8, 2008: BIG SUR, Calif. - About 40 homes of Concow were destroyed after erratic winds blew embers across fire containment lines, Firefighters went early Tuesday to evacuate 800 to 1,000 residents from Concow and Yankee Hill. And since June 21. Many of the 1,500 evacuated residents of Big Sur headed home Tuesday.
July 4, 2008: FREMONT, CA. - Authorities say two men are dead after a helicopter crashed near a Northern California freeway, knocking power lines into traffic lanes.
July 3, 2008: MSNBC - General Motors shares have dropped to their lowest level in 54 years, prompting worries that the carmaker is facing bankruptcy.
July 2, 2008: BIG SUR, CA - Entire town of Big Sur, Calif., evacuated for fire. Heat and lightning storms have contributed to more than 1,100 separate fires that have blackened 680 square miles of land statewide in the past two weeks. And National Guard to join battle;
June 30, 2008: LOS ANGELES (AFP) - Firefighters battle to save California's Big Sur. Exhausted firefighters in California Monday struggled to contain a spate of raging wildfires that have been burning for more than a week.
June 29, 2008: PHOENIX - Two medical helicopters collided in midair Sunday afternoon near an Arizona hospital, killing at least seven people and critically injuring three, a federal official said.
June 29, 2008: N.M.and Ala - Plane crashes in New Mexico and Alabama killed 9 people on Sunday, N.M. Five people died when a Cessna 206 crashed almost immediately after takeoff at a small airport in Santa Rosa, N.M. And, in Alabama, four people died after a small plane crashed shortly after takeoff.
June 29, 2008: Ala - Weather Kills Child At Alabama Air Show Witnesses Say. Twelve others were treated for injuries.
June 28, 2008: On Saturday, a small plane crashed near Las Vegas, killing four people.
June 27, 2008: OMAHA, Neb. - Severe storms with strong winds swept through the Plains on Friday, forcing swimmers practicing for U.S. Olympic trials in Omaha to flee pools and run for cover, killing two people in Iowa.June 25, 2008: SAN FRANCISCO - In less than a day, an electrical storm unleashed nearly 8,000 lightning strikes that set more than 800 wildfires across Northern California — a rare example of "dry lightning" that brought little or no rain but plenty of sparks to the state's parched forests and grasslands.
The weekend storm was unusual not only because it generated so many lightning strikes over a large geographical area, but also because it struck so early in the season and moved in from the Pacific Ocean. Such storms usually don't arrive until late July or August and typically form southeast of California. (unusual weather was indicated by many prophets.)
June 23, 2008: MANILA, Philippines - Divers rapped on the hull of the 23,824-ton Princess of Stars but heard no response from inside. An attempt to find survivors among more than 800 missing passengers and crew, after Typhoon Fengshen carved its deadly swath through the Philippines.
June 11, 2008: 4 Dead, 40 Hurt as Tornado Hits Boy Scout Camp. DES MOINES, Iowa -- A tornado struck a western Iowa Boy Scout camp Wednesday, killing at least four people and injuring 40.
June 11, 2008: More than 4,200 acre Indians Fire burning on Fort Hunter, King City, Calif.. Destroying dozens of homes.June 11, 2008: 17 deaths tied to East Coast heat wave 9 die in Philadelphia, 6 in New York, 2 in Maryland.
June 11, 2008: 2 fatalities in Kansas. Tornadoes also touched down in central Kansas, southern Minnesota and eastern Nebraska.
June 10, 2008: Along the Mississippi River in Missouri and Illinois, the National Weather Service was predicting the worst flooding in 15 years. Outlying areas could be inundated, but most of the towns are protected by levees and many low-lying property owners were bought out after massive flooding in 1993 (Great Midwest Flood), officials said.
May 25, 2008: Powerful Storms Kill 8 In Iowa, Minn. PARKERSBURG and New Hartford Hugo, Minnesota. DES MOINES Iowa, - severe thunderstorms packing large hail and tornadoes rumbled across the nation's midsection on Sunday, killing at least eight people and damaging dozens of homes, authorities said.
May 10, 2008: At least 11 dead in Central US in new round of tornadoes KANSAS CITY, Mo.,
May 10, 2008: Thunderstorms and tornadoes tore across the nation's heartland Saturday evening, killing at least 11 people, mangling buildings and trapping people in rubble in areas still reeling from other recent bouts with severe weather.
May 10, 2008: A twister killed at least six people in the northeastern Oklahoma town of Picher, then skipped over the Missouri state line to wreak further death and destruction, authorities said. Tornadoes killed 13 people on Feb. 5 and another seven were killed in an outbreak on May 2. In between was freezing weather, persistent rain and river flooding that damaged residences has slowed farmers in their planting.
May 10, 2008: PICHER, Oklahoma -- Powerful storms killed 22 people in three states; Missouri, Okla., Ga. over the weekend, including an Oklahoma mother who died while huddling over her child. The deadly Midwest tornado -- at times, a mile wide -- blew winds estimated at up to 175 miles per hour, tracking a total of 63 miles from Oklahoma to southwest Missouri.
May 2, 2008: Killed seven people ; DAMASCUS, Ark. - Violent storms rolling across the nation's midsection unleashed tornadoes, high winds and hail in four states and killed seven people in Arkansas DAMASCUS, Arkansas. At least seven people, including three members of the same family, were killed Friday and at least 13 people were injured.
April 28, 2008: 3 tornadoes rip through Va., hundreds of people hurt SUFFOLK, Va. - The National Weather Service says three tornadoes touched down in Virginia. Meteorologist Bryan Jackson says the twisters hit Suffolk, Colonial Heights and Brunswick County on Monday afternoon. Authorities say at least 200 people were injured. Property damage was widespread.
March 19, 2008: 13 Dead and three people were missing in Midwest Floods PIEDMONT, Mo. - Residents of low-lying towns stacked sandbags or grabbed belongings and evacuated Wednesday after a foot of rain pushed rivers and creeks out of their banks in the nation's midsection. March 15, 2008: Storms that killed two people in northern Georgia spread Saturday night into South Carolina. About 56,000 customers remained without power
February 5-6: outbreak 2008 could set records for tornado deaths: At least 55 people were killed and hundreds injured Tuesday and Wednesday by dozens of tornadoes that plowed across Mississippi, Arkansas, Tennessee, Kentucky and Alabama. It was the nation's deadliest barrage of twisters in almost 23 years. The victims are among at least 110 people killed in the United States by tornadoes this year, putting 2008 on track to be one of the deadliest years in recent history.
February 3, 2008: CINCINNATI - Cincinnati fire officials say damage from Friday night's fire in a historic 135-year-old church was contained to just the building's iconic twin steeples. (Twin steeples were a prophetic sign for the true Messiah to begin the Last Judgment day.)
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