Colorado Floods: As America Has Done to Israel
Verse of the Day
Psalm 107:33,34 He turneth rivers into a wilderness, and the watersprings into dry ground; A fruitful land into barrenness, for the wickedness of them that dwell therein.
God’s Final Warning to America
“US Secretary of State John Kerry paid a lightning visit to Jerusalem Sunday and, in addition to briefing Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on the Syrian situation, made clear he was not losing sight of the Israeli- Palestinian talks.“The road ahead is not easy,” Kerry said at the outset of a 10-minute statement he delivered after holding a more than three-hour meeting with Netanyahu. “If it was easy, peace would have been achieved a long time ago. What is clearer than ever is that this is a road worth traveling.”Kerry said his discussions with Netanyahu were a follow- up to a “very productive meeting” he had last week in London with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas.”
“A little over 48 years later, a similar, but much longer-lasting and more widespread flooding event set up over Colorado, New Mexico, western Kansas and southern Wyoming. In Colorado, the event spanned Sept. 8-15, 2013. In parts of New Mexico, the flooding continued into Sept. 16.The key weather players during the September 2013 flooding event were a large swath of tropical moisture over the Rockies (referred to as the Monsoon by locals), a large area of high pressure over the Midwest and a storm in the upper atmosphere over the Great Basin.The high over the Midwest acted like a giant roadblock and turned what would have been a several-hour event into a week-long ordeal.The result was a plume of heavy rain that re-fired on an almost daily basis from New Mexico to Colorado and southern Wyoming.”
“During talks with Arab League officials, Kerry said there was agreement that “a final status agreement is important in enhancing regional security and stability throughout the Middle East”. Qatari Foreign Minister Khaled al-Attiyah however criticised Israel for continuing to build Jewish settlements, saying it was damaging peace efforts.“
“Over the past few days, a 4,500-square-mile area across Colorado’s Front Range has been hit by devastating floods, leaving at least six dead, forcing thousands to evacuate, and destroying thousands of homes and farms. Record amounts of rainfall generated flash floods that tore up roads and lines of communication, leaving many stranded, and hundreds still listed as missing. Evacuations are still underway as weather conditions have improved slightly.”
“John Kerry has put Israel in an “impossible situation,” Knesset member Ayelet Shaked wrote in a letter to the U.S. secretary of state.“You have forced us into peace talks during a period of time that the entire Middle-East is in chaos, without realizing that by doing so, you have foolishly put us in an impossible situation, in which we cannot and will not make any concessions,” Shaked, chairwoman of the Jewish Home party’s faction in the Israeli parliament, wrote in the letter sent Thursday.Shaked also made reference to Israel’s release of Palestinian prisoners who have killed Israelis as a way of pushing the Palestinians back to the negotiating table. The two sides resumed talks Wednesday following a three-year freeze.“By forcing Israel to capitulate to terrorism by releasing murdering terrorists with so much blood on their hands that the U.S. would never dream of releasing if it was their own citizens murdered – you are not only being extremely hypocritical, but are actually dabbling in experimentation and gambling, by putting me and my children’s lives at risk,” Shaked, 37, a mother of two from Tel Aviv, also wrote.”
“Just a few months ago, Boulder, Colorado was in the grip of yet another drought, and the state itself experienced its worst wildfire on record earlier this year. But after days of heavy rainfall that the National Weather Service called “biblical,” drought and fire is the last thing that Boulder and the rest of the northern Front Range of Colorado has to worry about.On average Boulder receives about 1.7 inches of rain during the month of September. As of 7 AM on September 16, Boulder had received 17.17 inches of rain so far in the month, smashing the all-time record of 9.59 inches set in May of 1995. 9.08 inches fell on Sept. 12, nearly doubling the previous daily record of 4.80 inches set on July 31, 1919. In fact, Boulder has already broken its yearly record for precipitation—with more than three months left in the year, and the rain still falling.”
Revelation 22:20 He which testifieth these things saith, Surely I come quickly. Amen.Even so, come, Lord Jesus.