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The recent round of severe derecho thunderstorms on 6/29/12 that left millions without power had connections to Israel and her settlements. Daniel at Prayers for the People has done an excellent job in researching and explaining this fact. I highly recommend reading his posts.
Defiance in the Apple
Judgment:The House of God
After reading his posts and seeing the connections I remembered that a line I had drawn about a month ago intersects the United States at the approximate center of the Eastern part of the severe storms. The line starts at the Temple in Jerusalem and goes through the location of the Italy earthquake that occurred on 5/20/12, and continues onto the United States. Here are the pics of the line, the storms, and then one overlayed on the other.
The line hits the USA at Fort Story which is now known as Joint Expeditionary Base East which is a sub-installation of the United States Navy. it is also the location where the Jamestown settlers first landed in 1607 and was the location of a prominent Revolutionary War battle. So it hits a place associated with the military, war, and the founding of this country.
The line continues on through the heart of the Southeast and exits the United States at the Northwestern part of Florida. It just so happens that this line comes very close to where Tropical Storm Debby caused its havoc just days before the derecho storms. Florida was deluged with up to 28 inches of rain in parts of the state from Debby. Here is a pic of the line, the rainfall from Debby and the overlay.
So we have a line that originates at the Temple in Jerusalem, goes through the Italy earthquake location and continues onto the United States where at its northern intersection we have a judgment centered to the left of the line and at its southern intersection we have a judgment centered to the right of the line. The Tropical Storm Debby judgment took place just before the Israeli settlement evictions and the derecho storms at the end of them.
What are the implications of this line? I believe the line implies and is a clear example of what many have been saying; that nations involved in actions against Israel will receive judgment.
And I will bless them that bless thee, and curse him that curseth thee: and in thee shall all families of the earth be blessed. Gen 12:3
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