In Bro Brian’s latest post, he mentioned that this weekend will be a most significant weekend. He says the following:
This weekend will be one of the most significant weekends in a long time. Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak came home to give the dissapointing report that the United States will not have red lines for Iran, and Israel is all alone if they attack Iran. In other words, President Obama has not only left Israel alone, but left them very vulnerable to extinction. I am sure President Obama will give a pro-Israel tone at the AIPAC Conference, but it will be interesting what Netanyahu says. It is being reported Netanyahu will give a new and unusual speech. This perks my interest because I wonder if Netanyahu will eloquently give the Jewish defense of why they are in their land, and why they need to protect themselves.
Read the rest HERE.
This morning I woke up to most disturbing news. Powerful storms has leveled towns in Indiana and killed at least 28 people in three states in the US.
Powerful storms leveled small towns in southern Indiana, transforming entire blocks of homes into piles of debris, tossing school buses into a home and a restaurant and causing destruction so severe it was difficult to tell what was once there.
As night fell, dazed residents shuffled through town, some looking for relatives, while rescue workers searched the rubble for survivors. Without power, the only light in town came from cars that crawled down the streets.
Read the rest on Fox HERE.
And over here in South Africa, we are bracing ourselves for the most powerful tropical cyclone that has hit this part of the world in the past 28 years. In this part of the world cyclones is just unheard of.
Johannesburg – Tropical cyclone Irina is expected to hit the northern coast of KwaZulu-Natal over the next two to three days, the SA Weather Services said on Friday.
The storm system will dump an “extreme” amount of rain over the region, it warned.
“Areas around Kosi Bay, St Lucia, and Richard’s Bay can expect up to 400 millimetres of rain over this period,” weather spokesperson Hannelee Doubell said.
The amount of rain expected was of an “extreme nature” last experienced when tropical cyclone Domoina hit KwaZulu-Natal in 1984.
“Domoina brought between 400 and 600 millimetres of rain over a period of two to three days,” Doubell said.
Read the rest HERE.
” As America has done to Israel” echoes in my head. As Bro Brian states in his comment, it looks like Obama/USA has turned their back on Israel and Israel is on her own against Iran. Now a few days later towns get destroyed in the US by twisters. Coincidence?
The South African ANC government has made it very clear that they are no friend of Israel. They see the Israeli’s as oppressors and the Palestinians as the victims and compare it to an apartheid kind of struggle. What they do not realize is that they struggle with God. Now we are expecting the biggest storm in 28 years to hit us. Coincidence?
This is really turning out to be a most significant weekend.