It's time to get right with our Creator. It's time to give our life over to Him, Father Yah, in the name of Yahusha (AKA. Jesus Christ). It is time for the world to really turn their hearts over to being obedient to Yah's righteous ways.
But, many will not repent. Therefore, His Judgement is Here.
PROPHECIES UNFOLDING DAILY!!
IF YOU DON'T KNOW CHRIST, GIVE YOUR LIFE OVER TO HIM TODAY. HE LEADS US BACK TO YAH!
This lady is a Scientist who is a whistleblower pertaining to the truth on Fukushima!
Fukushima was planned years ago to depopulate the earth as radiation is the best way to do such an evil act. Must listen to this! Warn your family and friends so they can take measures to protect themselves!
This is all a part of the Agenda 21 act.
Our only hope is in Messiah Yahusha/Jesus Christ.
Seven homes were destroyed and more than 150 damaged when a tornado struck a central Florida neighborhood Saturday, city officials said.
The National Weather Service said the tornado had winds as high as 110 miles per hour and was 25 to 75-yards wide.
Palm Coast city officials said 142 homes were partially damaged in the Indian Trails neighborhood and 22 homes had moderate damage. The damage was estimated at more than $5 million. No injuries were reported.
City officials released on Sunday several 911 calls from concerned residents. One woman said she was driving when the tornado knocked out her windshield and a side window. The frightened woman was unaware that a tornado had passed through and told the operator in a shaking voice that she had driven away from the storm to safety and was covered in glass. Another caller said the storm had knocked down two large oak trees in front of her house.
PHILIPPINES - Soldiers were forced to hold back thousands of desperate Filipinos as they rushed to board to military planes that could only evacuate a few hundred people from the typhoon-ravaged region. About 3,000 Tacloban residents walked for miles to queue for help at the airport but just two planes arrived to take survivors to Manila, the capital of Philippines. There were scenes of chaos and devastation as families, many of whom containing young children or elderly people, were held back by soldiers. When the two Philippine Air Force C-130s arrived, people surged forward past a broken iron fence, witnesses said. But only a few hundred made it aboard and the rest were left to wait in the rain, with few supplies.
Thousands of bodies are being piled up on the streets after the devastating Typhoon Haiyan and aid agencies have warned the death toll will ‘rise sharply.’ Police and soldiers have the grim task of searching through the wreckage for bodies after entire villages and parts of cities were flattened. Makeshift mortuaries, set up in remaining intact buildings like churches, are overrun and body bags are being left outside in rows. Tens of millions of pounds worth of aid has been pledged by countries around the world and agencies say as many, as 10 million people in the developing country are in need of basic supplies such as shelter, clean water and food.Thousands of children have been killed in the category-five storm and one charity worker said two out of every five corpses she had seen were youngsters. –Daily Mail
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