Monday, March 28, 2011

So Much Has Been Happening

As those that follow this blog have noticed, I've not been blogging. My last draft was entitled "Things are Happening So Fast . . ." and now here we are, a few weeks later and "So much has been happening." I have a feeling something is shaking loose, very soon. First, Passover is just about 3 weeks away, then there's the Christian events, then that one group planning to be raptured out on May 21st. If anyone knows any of these folks, you might want to see if they've made all the necessary banking and titling arrangements . . . Okay, that was unnecessary, but to make such a brass prediction, and any questions just labels the rest of us, unbelievers, seems wrong. Then there is Shavu'ot or Pentecost seven weeks after Passover. So, there is a lot coming very soon, but not to over look all that's been happening. How many wars are we involved in now, in the Middle East? And how many more Middle Eastern countries are talking protests? With things becoming even more unsettled over there, we know something is going to happen besides an increase in the cost of gasoline. The Middle East always sort of serves as the connecting point between religion, politics, and the economy. I haven't even known what to say about Japan. The earthquake alone was overwhelming, but then the tsunami, and now the radiation. I have no idea how this will even begin to calm down for those people. With all this going on, should we be listening to the May 21st people? I don't think so, but I do think we need to be taking note. I've been wondering with more wars looming and the problems in the Pacific, not to mention no politician throwing their hat in the ring, here. I'm sort of wondering if our President isn't going to make a bid for Secretary General of the UN. The present term ends then end of 2011. I can't help but think all of this really is of global consequence. The US economy isn't strengthening, unless the paper they are using to print money is the same stuff they make Bounty out of. Japan needs help, The Middle East is in an uproar and it's becoming increasingly difficult to be able to afford to live in America. What does all this mean? I'm thinking according to the words of Messiah, we ain't seen nothin' yet!
For nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: and there shall be famines, and pestilences, and earthquakes, in divers places.
All these are the beginning of sorrows. New Testament
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