BREAKING NEWS: God Responds to US “Abandoning” Israel by REDUCING Hurricanes
In true World Net Daily fashion, I alert you to a sudden news flash on the status of hurricane activity worldwide and the US since our obvious “Sunni Muslim” President and his henchmen have “sold out” Israel with a proposed multi-nationally negotiated peace deal with Iran.
As a result of this blatant violation of the “Abrahamic promise” claimed by the atheistic nation-state of Israel – to “bless” Israel no-matter-what with arms, money and political cover or experience the wrath of God, the inevitable has happened, and it is starting to conspicuously affect our weather.
According to the Climate Depot data cited by the Drudge Report, global hurricane activity is at a 45 year all-time low – since the time of the Six Day and Yom Kippur Wars in Israel.
But what about the United States, who stands in greatest judgment for attempting peace, in defiance of Israel’s regional dominance objectives? According to Forbes Magazine, the U.S. has gone through “one of the longest periods of hurricane inactivity in U.S. history“. It also notes that the frequency of major hurricanes has dropped significantly since the 1970s – after the Six Day and Yom Kippur Wars – and adds that “during the first two years of this current decade exactly zero major hurricanes struck the United States”, which has been the time leading up to the brokering the Iran Treaty.
There is a Biblical record to explain this.
The Jew named Jonah fled God and His mission for him to be a “light to the Gentiles”, in particular the Ninevites he hated. When he fled to a ship at Joppa to flee God to faraway Tarshish, he was “harbored” in their boat by well-meaning Gentiles who sought to protect him – evidently in a position to experience the “blessings” of the Abrahamic promise by “blessing” and protecting one of Abraham’s kin. However, their act of harboring him resulted in assisting him in his flight from God, and thus God sent His own type of hurricane to destroy the Gentiles who were harboring His rebellious Jew. They called out to God and tried their best to protect their Jewish guest, but eventually they relented and cast him into the sea, which caused God to take away the storm and bring about praises to God from these Gentiles, while the Jew was placed alone to be taken up by God’s instrument – just as He intended. In a similar manner God sent a worm to eat a gourd that had protected the Jew from suffering in the terrible heat as he joyously awaited the destruction of his enemy, to eliminate what was keeping God from “applying the heat” to the Jew himself so the God could get his attention and teach him a lesson.
In 1 Kings 22, King Jehoshaphat decided to “bless” Israel and thus claim the “Abrahamic promise” by helping her militarily against Syria, with whom it had otherwise been at peace with for three years, but had decided to pre-emptively attack to forcibly take more land from Syria. While Israel decided to claim its “land promises” in faith, Micaiah, God’s prophet, told King Ahab of Israel that God had permitted a “lying spirit” to fill the mouths of Israel’s patriotic prophets to motivate the leaders of Israel to attempt take this land. King Ahab of Israel decided to do another Jewish “false flag” operation by dressing up as his ally Jehoshaphat, while getting him to do the same so as to have his ally killed rather than himself (as Israel often does to the US with its proxy wars). However, God was not fooled, and the king of Israel was routed, as well as his army and that of his allies. The passage in 2 Chronicles 19 parallels this story, and adds that when Jehoshaphat returned to his own land after defeat while “blessing” Israel, his own prophet from God, Jehu, said to him, “Shouldest thou help the ungodly, and love them that hate the LORD? therefore is wrath upon thee from before the LORD” (v. 2). Jehoshaphat did not learn his lesson; he next tried to help Ahab’s son Ahaziah, the next King of Israel, by “blessing” them in a shipping economic venture, which the LORD Himself destroyed with adverse weather, causing the prophet Eliezer to again tell Jehoshaphat, “Because thou hast joined thyself with Ahaziah, the LORD hath broken thy works. And the ships were broken, that they were not able to go to Tarshish (2 Chronicles 20:37).
Is this new weather data a sign of the “Shemitah Year”? The “Blood Moons”? The “Harbinger”?
Or maybe, God’s real way of “blessing” Israel was expressed by the Apostle Peter, who told the Jews at the Temple,
“Unto you first God, having raised up his Son Jesus, sent him to bless you, in turning away every one of you from his iniquities.” (Acts 3:26)