Wednesday, May 23, 2018

News From Florida

Behold, the Lord lays the earth waste, devastates it, distorts its surface and scatters its inhabitants.

Isaiah 24


Sinkholes are only part of what's happening in Florida.
Wait until the mosquitoes deliver their Zika, Dengue, Yellow Fever, West Nile upon Florida, and the hurricane season hasn't even begun.  

I do thank God for the rain, all of it, answer to prayers as it was terribly dry and hot with fire danger rising daily.
Not everybody is happy, many have already tired of the rain and much more is on the way.
Lesson here; In everything GIVE THANKS ALWAYS !

Yellow fever threatens South Florida after Zika scare

The disease is deadlier than the Zika virus.

There hasn't been a yellow fever outbreak in the United States in more than 100 years, but state health officials are concerned that a large outbreak in Brazil and others in South and Central America could lead to infected travelers bringing the disease to South Florida, which has the right mosquitoes and climate for it to spread.


The excess rain is damaging food crops still in the field nearing harvest.

I've gotten much less rain in my area than surrounding area's since this deluge began, 6 inches with much more on the way.

With all the flooding rain in this area I find it unusual to have not seen a rainbow in a very long time.
Watermelons, cantaloupes corn, peanuts, etc just before harvest are getting too much rain with  watermelons exploding in the field.
A local produce seller told me today that tomatoes went up an extra $6.00 a box overnight.
The rising price of gas and food reveals the precarious state of our US economy. Whatever you do, don't sneeze.

Sin & wickedness flooded America, prepare for famine, the sword, and pestilence.


Invest 90L a Memorial Day Weekend Heavy Rain, Flash Flood Threat in the Southeast, Florida Regardless of Tropical or Subtropical Development


In nine days since May 13, parts of St. Lucie and Martin counties, Florida, picked up 12 to 17 inches of rain, according to the National Weather Service. Most locations in the Florida Peninsula have had one of their top-10 wettest Mays-to-date through May 22.


Drought on tap to intensify over US Southwest

Rivers are drying up, popular mountain recreation spots are closing and water restrictions are in full swing as a persistent drought intensifies its grip on pockets of the American Southwest. The area is dealing with exceptional drought — the worst category.


In Satan's America, Jesus is Forbidden 

Sam Blackledge was set to deliver the speech at West Prairie High School on May 19. 
According to the 18-year-old, school administrators informed him that he needed to take out anything that mentioned God and Jesus minutes before Blackledge was scheduled to go on stage.


Another sign Americans getting dumber

Adams' familiy initially said the snake fell out of a tree and landed in Adams' kayak in the Edisto River. But on Tuesday, Kyle Colquitt, Adams' brother, said Adams actually plucked the snake out of the water before it bit him several times on a hand, FOX Carolina reported.


Yulia Skripal says her world has 'turned upside down'


Please pray for Yulia and her father!



Oman, Yemen prepare for hurricane-strength Cyclone Mekunu

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