It seems hurricane Matthew is coming out in Florida on the same weekend as the big “Come out with pride Orlando” event.
Has this event got anything to do with Hurricane Matthew? Can storms be an act of God?
Hurricanes are always going to blow in from the Caribbean and Atlantic, but let’s see if there’s a correlation of events that could cause judgement.
Here’s a brief history of the storms in 2005, and the co-incidences. I’m not picking on the homosexuals – it’s just that they flout their sin openly. And it’s easy to track the timing of the gay festivals with hurricanes. Does God hate them? No, although God calls these homosexual practices an abomination (Leviticus 20:13), he’s been patient hoping the nation will repent of this behaviour. Instead, it has spread from state to state and throughout the U.S. military.
Let’s start with 2005 – the year that Orlando’s COWP (Come Out With Pride) was founded. Is there a correlation in 2005, and then seven years later in 2012?
2005 Hurricane Katrina came in at the same time as Southern Decadence.
I think there were also other factors at play here, involving Israel giving away Gaza. I’ve observed that Israel giving away land also results in judgement.
2005 Hurricane Wilma came in at the same time as ‘Fantasy Fest,‘ another homosexual party held in Florida after Hurricane Katrina. Wilma roared in when it was due to start, and turned the whole place to kindling wood. It did millions of dollars in damage and covered 70% of the island in water.
Seven years to repent. But no, they partied on. New Orleans gay festival celebrates after Hurricane Isaac.
For the last decade, it’s been quiet on the hurricane front, even after the Whitehouse was decked out in the six colour rainbow to celebrate the Supreme Court ruling on gay marriage in 2015. Until Hurricane Andrew in 2016, Florida marked a record of 10 years without a major hurricane. It’s like America held its breath.
Reaping the whirlwind
Is America sowing the wind? Is this behaviour inviting the “huracán?” Huracun is the Spanish word for hurricane. It was probably derived from the Native American Taino language of the Carib people. In Taino, Hurican is variously the god of evil or the god of the storm, and was imported himself from the Mayan god Hurakan. Source: https://www.reference.com/science/word-hurricane-come-2134093f14a4f729#
Reap the whirlwind is a term derived from the proverbial phrase “They that sow the wind, shall reap the whirlwind”, which in turn comes from the Book of Hosea in the Hebrew Bible, Hosea 8-7.
Bad art was as good as good art. Grammar and spelling were no longer important. To be clean was no better than to be filthy. Good manners were no better than bad. Family life was derided as an outdated bourgeois concept. Criminals deserved as much sympathy as their victims. Many homes and classrooms became disorderly – if there was neither right nor wrong there could be no basis for punishment or reward. Violence and soft pornography became accepted in the media. Thus was sown the wind; and we are now reaping the whirlwind.
In the queer siren call to “come out,” I hear another voice calling people to “come out.” It’s God, urging people out of Babylon. “Come out of her, run for your lives” he urges in Jeremiah 51 and Revelation 18.
If you’re in the path of a hurricane – evacuate. Same if you’ve been tempted into a sinful lifestyle. Repent, change direction and run. Run for your life. Don’t take part in Babylon’s fornication or judgement.
I can’t warn you enough.
Look at this whirlwind. What do you see? I assure you – this image is from NASA and has not been doctored in any way.
There’s a verse in the Bible that says “God makes the winds his messengers.” (Psalm 104:4). Are we getting the message?
Lest you think I’m singling out homosexuals, no they’re not the only ones to invite God’s wrath. As I’ve mentioned with hurricane Katrina – hurricanes and tornadoes also roar in when there are land deals involving Jerusalem.
1991, 31 October
President George H. Bush promoted the Madrid Peace Conference, where he attempted to divide the land of Israel in exchange for “peace” with the Palestinians.
The Next Day – The Perfect Storm, 31 October 1991
The storm travels 1,000 miles from East to West (instead of the normal West to East pattern) and crashes into the New England coast. One of the first places The Perfect Storm hit was Kennebunkport, Maine. Thirty-five foot waves crash into the Kennebunkport home of President Bush.