Weather going crazy

Weather going crazy

Weather going crazy

In the book of Genesis 1:11-14, we read: "And God said,
Let the earth bring forth grass, the herb yielding
seed, and the fruit tree yielding fruit after his kind, whose seed is
in itself, upon the earth: and it was so."

"And the earth brought forth grass, and
herb yielding seed after his kind, and the tree yielding fruit, whose seed was
in itself, after his kind: and God saw that it was good."

"And the evening and the morning were the third
day."

"And God said, Let there be lights in the
firmament of the heaven to divide the day from the night; and let them be for
signs, and for seasons, and for days, and years:" (emphasis added).

Students of Biblical prophecy will know that as we move
towards a one world government, the advocates for this system are throwing out
red herrings galore in an endeavour to try to make the world's population work
together to fight problems that do not exist.

On page 102 of our book, Final Notice, published in
1988, we read the following:

"The Greenhouse Effect is a non-event really. Scientists
were getting bored so they dreamed this one up."

We recently had a young couple commit their lives to the Lord
Jesus Christ in one of our services. Once she had prayed the prayer of salvation
and clarified that issue, we then were able to have a discussion. She told me
that she worked for one of the politicians in the New Zealand government and
very soon they were going to have a discussion on global warming, and asked me
was there anything I would like to contribute. I told her to ask her bosses why
they didn't hold their global warming meetings in Mongolia, where it goes to
-–50 degrees in the wintertime.

It needs to be recognised by all normal thinking people, that
in the words of a climatoligist, Mr Harry Alcock of Hamilton, "the earth is
a self-programming unit which can handle cold and heat at various times."

(emphasis added).

We now quote from the NZ Herald, 5 November 2001:

"Jack Frost melts in balmy Britain...

As Britons bask in the warmest autumn in living memory,
conservationists warn that winter as it has been known throughout history will
soon vanish as the distinction between the seasons becomes blurred.

Instead of nature almost totally shutting down in the face of
cold weather, it is simply slowing down slightly, as it does in warmer climes.

Spring flowers are blooming before leaves have had a chance
to fall off the trees, birds that used to fly south for the season are staying
put and some plants will simply carry on growing all year round.

Frost and snow -– once prevalent across Britain -– are
retreating to northern areas...

Birds which should be nesting in the spring are nesting in
autumn and flowers that should bloom once are blooming twice.

The extended growing season -– four weeks longer than a few
decades ago -– means farmers are producing bumper crops...

Dr David Viner, of the Climatic Research Unit at the
University of East Anglia, said winters were warming up far more than the
summers.

'There's no snowfall any more,' he said...

Research suggests autumn runs 10 days later than it used to.

The leaves of trees such as beech, maple and rowan are
turning yellow about a week later than previously and leaves are staying on
trees longer.

In southern Britain, this year, many trees are still green
-– whereas in previous years, by early November winter would truly have started
and the leaves would all have been on the ground.

In what used to be spring, trees such as sycamore, horse
chestnut and oak are coming out in leaf much earlier and flowers such as
snowdrops were last year recorded coming out before Christmas, rather than in
February.

Birds such as the chiffchaff and the black cap, which
traditionally fly south for winter, are increasingly deciding to stay in
Britain.

'It's warm enough and there's enough food for them,'
said Collinson.

Other species are simply mistaking the warm autumn for
spring. Great tits have already been spotted nesting this year, which they
should normally do in February or March..."

It is of note that a way back in the 1970's, David
Wilkerson
saw a vision given to him by Almighty God, and one of the subjects
of note was that the weather would go crazy.

We have now discovered that the Antarctic is cooling down
again, and we recognise that Almighty God is indeed getting the attention of
people all over the world through even natural phenomena changing their normal
course.

It is time to seek the Lord and to recognise that we are
living in the travail period getting ready for the birth of the Kingdom of God
on earth when our Lord Jesus Christ returns.