Here are a few more posts on Jonas:
Flooding Damage From Jonas Will Cost Billions And Is Being Described As ‘Worse Than Hurricane Sandy’ - Michael Snyder
Jonah In The Days Of Noah - Daily Crow
The Blizzard Jonas—Yet Forty Days and Judgment Cometh!? - The End Times Forecaster
Interesting same-day events:
Grand jury indicts pro-life investigator behind baby part videos, clears Planned Parenthood
This Is How The Obama Gov’t Punishes People Who Expose Planned Parenthood
Note that it is a TEXAS grand jury that indicted the pro-life investigators.
On the same day, Zerohedge posted this report:
TEXAS Economy Collapses - Dallas Fed Survey Crashes To 6-Year Lows As "D" Word Is Uttered
And this screenshot at Drudge from today, the day after the indictments:
From time to time I have posted as part of my NATION UNDER JUDGMENT? series, articles about the border. I almost always use this heading:
When a nation is under judgment, Deuteronomy 28 spells out how one can tell. We read of multiple examples in the early chapters of Exodus as the Pharaoh that opposed Jehovah came under judgment for his defiance against God's Will. Because of Pharaoh, food sources were destroyed, Egypt was littered with dead and dying livestock and animals, homes and public buildings were destroyed or heavily damaged because that's what judgments do -- they destroy and dismantle a nation's infrastructure and the economy. David Wilkerson wrote in several of his books the different signs of judgment upon a nation.
When a nation is under judgment, significant events take place at the borders.
David Wilkerson, Racing Toward Judgment (pg 67):
God's judgments have always begun at the "entrance gates" of nations, cities, and empires: "A cry of alarm will begin at the farthest gate . . . " (Zephaniah 1:10 LB). This is representative of the seaports, harbors, and centers of influx. It is significant that most of the Old Testament prophets warned of judgment beginning at the coasts. . . . Jeremiah, another prophet, warned nations that God's judgments begin as whirlwinds on the coasts of their lands, then spreading from one end to the other; (emphasis mine)
Winter storm Jonas was certainly a 'whirlwind' that clobbered the east coast of the U.S. Now, on our southern border, the day after the indictments in TEXAS, another border state, we see foreigners flooding over the border.
Foreigners are also a sign of judgment.
As part of my NATION UNDER JUDGMENT? series, I also post articles about foreigners because . . .
FOREIGNERS, IMMIGRANTS COME IN AND ARE GIVEN PRECEDENCE OVER AND AT THE EXPENSE OF THE NATION'S OWN CITIZENS.
Deut. 28: 43: The stranger that is within thee shall get up above thee very high; and thou shalt come down very low.
Events are clearly happening on all our borders and coasts.
Jonas on the east coast.
Foreigners surging over our southern border, and a major southern state's economy is collapsing.
And this blog has regularly documented the many terrible problems going on in California and along our west coast.
There are massive animal die-offs occurring. Here is the most recent news from ENE News:
“Worst wildlife die-off ever recorded” anywhere on Earth underway on West Coast — Expert: “And we’re not just talking marine die-offs… yeah, it’s a really big deal” — “There are many more species that are getting sick” — “Facing possibility of extinction” — Scientist: “Is it some sort of a toxin that’s there?”
There is the gas blow-out catastrophe in Aliso Canyon that is not getting much attention nation wide, but is certainly a major problem that should be reported on much more extensively than what it has been.
Again, from ENE News:
Experts: Magnitude of LA gas leak “way beyond what any of us have ever been told” — “It’s a worst case emission” — “I’ve never seen a release of this magnitude” — It’s flowing directly into towns with “very little dilution… a worst case scenario” — “Very dangerous condition… be very, very concerned”
And of all those wildfires in California in 2015, the Orange County Register is reporting that just TWO of those wildfires cost more than $1 BILLION dollars in damage.
Damage from two destructive wildfires cost $1 billion
Further north on our west coast, experts are still warning that the Cascadia faultline off the Oregon coast is still a danger, and on January 24, a strong 7.1 earthquake struck near Anchor Point, Alaska, damaging homes.
Very strong M7.1 earthquake hits near Anchor Point, Alaska, US
And yet anger from many to even suggest we are a nation under judgment.