Rhythm and Cadence
As America Has Done To Israel
The United States has been Israel’s best friend. Unfortunately, starting with President George H.W. Bush in 1991, America pressured Israel to divide the covenant land with a Palestinian state. This is in violation of God’s covenant with Abraham, and started with the Madrid Peace Process and continued to this day through the administrations of Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama.
On the very day the US government pressured Israel to divide the land awesome disasters hit the nation. Since 1991 there have been over 50 such correlations. Below are ten examples of what happened when the US pressured Israel to divide the covenant land.
October 30, 1991: President Bush initiates the Madrid Peace Process. While he is speaking in Spain the Perfect Storm sends 30 foot waves against his home in Kennebunkport, ME damaging his home.
September 29, 1998 – Hurricane George hit with great devastation.
September 11th, 2001 (5987 TorahCalendar.com) the date alone provides sufficient description.
August 28th, 2005 (5991) Hurricane Katrina became the deadliest and costliest in U.S. history.
7 years and 7 days after the disaster of 9/11, September 29th, 2008 (5994) brought a 777.77 point drop to the DOW.
On September 28th, 2012 (5998) Hurricane Isaac hit New Orleans 7 years and 1 month after Katrina.
Now 21 years after the 1991 disaster, on October 30th, 2012 (5998 TorahCalendar.com) we once again see the term “Perfect Storm” plastered across the news.
There are many other disasters that have come after our interference in God’s covenant and with our rebellion against His sovereignty and provision, but I wanted to highlight the number of 7’s we’ve seen in the last few years.
The frequency and severity is on the increase.
The numbers have a rhythm, a cadence. These contractions and their severity and meter could be scored to music, if we could see the whole picture.
All of these disasters coincide with efforts to divide Israel by the U.S.
August 24, 1992: Hurricane Andrew.
January 17, 1994: Northridge Earthquake.
March 1, 1997: One of the worst tornado storms in the nation’s history. May 3, 1999: Most powerful tornado storms ever to hit the United States fell on Oklahoma and Kansas – 316 MPH.
August 29, 2005: Katrina.
January 9, 2008: Massive tornadoes stretched from Alabama to Wisconsin. It was the worst January tornado storm in history. The stock market plunged at this time causing the president to create a $165 billion economic stimulus to save the economy.
June 3, 2008: While the U.S. economy was melting down; there were torrential rains in the Midwest which would result in one of the worst floods in US history. A few of the news headlines follow: DOW Falls Nearly 400 on Oil Surge; Oil surges $11 to Record 138; Foreclosures Reach Record High in First Quarter; Unemployment Rate Jumps Highest in 22 Years; and Dangerous Storms and Tornadoes Rake the Plains This Week.
In mid-June, Secretary Rice traveled to Israel continuing her agenda to divide Israel. She condemned Israel for building homes in Jerusalem and indicated the US would not recognize the homes as part of Israel! While she was pressuring Israel over Jerusalem, the Midwest was devastated by its worst flood in history! The news headlines read: Midwest Floods Devastate Corn Crops; Iowa’s Raging Rivers Force 20,000 From Homes; and Flood Hits Food Prices. The floods resulted in $Billions in crop losses and $Billions in property damage.
In 2011 a combination of unusual and severe weather events that in total caused the country $35 billion in damages and killed more than 700 people. Numerous tornadoes, flooding, a drought and a blizzard have all combined to at times cripple regions of the United States. On April 27, more than 300 tornadoes — four of those reaching the highest level on the tornado severity scale — ripped through the Southeast, leveling whole towns and killing 321 people. The unprecedented tornado outbreak was quickly followed a month later, on May 22, by another level five tornado in Joplin, Missouri that wiped out the town and killed 158 people. Add to that a devastating winter blizzard in the Midwest, Hurricane Irene on the East Coast and a massive drought across the South, and 2011 becomes one of the worst year's for natural disaster in United States history.
Mountain pine beetles have killed pine on nearly 25 million hectares in western North America
I don't know when the Rapture will be. Soon I think, but what I do know, is this - God is judging this country. The church better be about pointing hearts and minds back to Him and this country better pray plenty about their need for repentance.