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Monday, March 4, 2013

Hmm...First Lightning, Now an Earthquake? What are you waiting for?

It begins to look like a real shake-up of the Church! And perhaps a last call for the world!

Earthquake Strikes Near Castel Gandolfo

First lightning strikes St. Peter's dome the day the pope announces his abdication. Now an earthquake between Rome and Castel Gandolfo. What next? Are these the "signs and portents" described in Acts of the Apostles when our first pope preached to the people of Rome on that first Pentecost?
It shall come to pass in the last days, says God that I will pour out a portion of my spirit on all mankind....I will work wonders in the heavens above and signs on the earth below: blood, fire, and a cloud of smoke. The sun shall be turned to darkness and the moon to blood before the coming of that great and glorious day of the Lord. Then shall everyone be saved who calls on the name of the Lord.
Are you calling on the name of the Lord? If not, what are you waiting for? None of us knows the day or the hour of our last opportunity to repent. Remember the people at the time of Noah who were eating and drinking and marrying up til the day of the flood. There's no time to lose. God is calling and watching eagerly for our return  like the Father of the prodigal son. Let's not keep him waiting.

By the way, the full moon the other night was bright red as it rose over the Valley.


Paula said...

I do believe we're in for a shake up, but the date on your article on the Earthquake was this past summer, not current.

Just an FYI

Mary Ann Kreitzer said...

Too many earthquakes in Italy! LOL! I always hate to link to the Huffington Post and chose a lower link without checking the date. I have a more current link now. Thanks for the heads up.

Anonymous said...

There is a lightning rod in the cross at the top of the dome of St. Peter's from what I have read. It is there to protect the building by drawing down the lighting through the rod into the ground. It reminds me that our salvation and protection comes through the cross of Christ.

CCR said...

The powers of the Heavens shall be shaken. That is what I thought when I read about that earthquake. I am going to make a very very thorough confession tomorrow without doubt. Poor Father confessor! :)