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June 2013: What’s Up with the Weather
Prophecy - Signs
Thursday, July 18, 2013
J.L. Robb

June 2013 was a remarkable month in the world. It saw the modification of civil rights rulings and redefined marriage in the United States, which will spread throughout the world. In the U.S. we saw the start of the Trayvon Martin case, a tragedy from the start for all parties concerned.

But what about the June 2013 weather?

“God’s voice thunders in marvelous ways; he does great things beyond our understanding. He says to the snow, ‘Fall on the earth,’ and to the rain shower, ‘Be a mighty downpour.’ So that everyone he has made may know his work, he stops all people from their labor.” Job 37: 5-7 NIV

God gets blamed for a lot of bad stuff and hardly ever gets credit for the good stuff. Does God cause weather and other natural disasters or do they just happen? When Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, many Muslim clerics and Christians immediately proclaimed that New Orleans was receiving God’s wrath because of the decadence. When the Indonesian tsunami hit in 2004, several TV evangelists said the Muslims were receiving their due punishment for straying so far from God’s original word.

However, what decadence was involved when the widest tornado known to mankind hit El Reno, Oklahoma; also one of the most powerful in recorded history? Or how about the folk in Alberta, Canada who suffered their “worst-ever” floods in June 2013? Alberta doesn’t appear to be particularly decadent.

Man has tried to control the weather for thousands of years and today, many are pointing to the HAARP Program. Though the focus of many conspiracy theorists, HAARP has nothing to do with the weather, according to HAARP spokesmen. When Hurricane Sandy hit the Northeast, many theorists blamed HAARP.

There are many who have studied the Bible thoroughly, especially the prophecies, who truly believe that most if not all of the “natural” disasters happening today are the work of God, an angry God.

In the times of Noah, before the worldwide flood, at least according to the story, God was so completely fed up with man’s continued leaning toward the perverse rather than goodness that He decided to destroy everyone, including plants and animals. He did the same thing to Sodom and Gomorrah; and those metropolises remain hidden from history, even today. Lucky for us, there was a righteous man named Noah who, along with his immediate family, was spared.

There were predictions made long ago that referenced a future time when men’s hearts will fail from terror and fright. Though the Bible states that God will never destroy the Earth by flooding again, tell that to some of the world’s population who just experienced June 2013.

“There will be signs in the sun, moon and stars. On the earth, nations will be in anguish and perplexity at the roaring and tossing of the sea. 26 People will faint from terror, apprehensive of what is coming on the world, for the heavenly bodies will be shaken.”  Luke 21:25-26 NIV

June 2013:

India is hit with a “Himalayan tsunami” leaving more than a hundred dead and thousands stranded.

Europe experiences 8” of rain in less than 24 hours, described as a “once in a century” event, though others described it as the worst flooding in history.

In the United States, Hurricane Andrea caused massive flooding from North Carolina to Maine. Here are a few rain totals:

  • Near Carrabelle, Fla.:  4.5" of rain in just 5 hours as of 7:56 a.m. ET Thursday.
  • Gainesville, Fla.:  Road closed due to flooding, trees also downed.
  • Pine Ridge, N.C.:  6.50" storm total rainfall
  • Washington, N.C.:  Several streets closed from flooding.
  • Coats Crossroads, N.C.:  Car stalled in high water
  • Raleigh, N.C.:  Roads closed with up to 3 feet of water; second wettest June day on record
  • Hopewell, Va.:  High water on numerous roads
  • N. Miami Beach:  13.93" of rain on June 7 from trailing band of thunderstorms over south Florida.  Relocation of 24 families required.
  • Purdy, Va.:  5.31" storm total rainfall
  • NYC Central Park:  4.77" storm total rain; 4.16" on June 7 alone was second wettest June day.  Only Jun. 26, 1884 was wetter.
  • Melville, N.Y.:  Three westbound lanes of L.I. Expwy. flooded
  • Philadelphia:  3.82" storm total rain
  • Providence, R.I.:  3.23" of rain on June 7 was second wettest June day (3.29" on Jun. 13, 1998 was wettest)
  • Fall River, Mass.:  2-3 feet of water on some roads; at least one car stranded.
  • New Bedford, Mass.:  4 feet of water in a home on Margin St.  Other homes with basement flooding.
  • Peak storm surge:  4.55 feet at Cedar Key, 3 feet at Tampa's McKay Bay Entrance, 2.5 feet at Clearwater Beach.

As if the European record flooding wasn’t enough, France experienced a “rare” tornado on the Côte d'Azur that blew in from the Mediterranean.

DerechoThe U.S experienced a Derecho near Chicago, another rare event that “slammed 700 miles.”

According to a recent article in USA Today,

“More than 300 significant earthquakes, ones above magnitude 3, occurred nationwide from 2010 to 2012, a rate of about 100 a year compared with a past average of 21 per year, says the report in the journal Science."  

Strong quakes hit Mexico and Nicaragua in June 2013.

So what’s up with “nature?” Is it just a natural thing, or is it a supernatural thing?

“Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, Nothing is going to get better. It's not.” -Dr. Seuss, The Lorax

In the words of Dr. Seuss, no, it’s not.

This video about June 2013 provided me with a lot of data for this article, and I would encourage everyone to watch. There’s a lot more information in the video than what I’ve provided here.

In the meantime, you might want to get a boat.

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