End of Time Messages for God's People

Prophecy is being fulfilled NOW!

This information is also posted currently online at: http://www.bibleplus.org/endoftime/end_of_time_messages.htm

The webpage will be updated on a irregular basis as notable events prophesied come to fruition. Current date: July 2, 2015 in the USA (the Far East is one day ahead of the USA)

It should be stated right up front that the sealing of God's end time people is taking place right now. NOW is the time keep our eyes on Jesus Christ, our Emanuel, God with us.  NOW is the time to perfect our characters to become more like Christ, our pattern and representative.

God’s Word is Being Fulfilled – Torrential storms in rapid succession and Early Migration of Migrating Butterflies and Birds

Sometime in the week or two before September 6th, 2014, a latter day prophet/messenger, was shown in a vivid dream God’s tears over what He is about to do (judge His people and begin to pour out His wrath on the world). These tears would be poured out as torrential rains in various areas of the world and be destructive in their nature. Also, the migrators, birds and butterflies that migrate, would begin their journey south earlier than their usual time of the year.  Both of these events are coming true.  Here are a few paragraphs from the dream. More complete excerpts follow later in this document.

Now I hear what sounds like rolling thunder along the dry river bed. Yet it comes down from the mountains and from everywhere. I hear the voices of God the Father, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit speaking as one. They are saying to look to the north for a sign of the early winged migration. Then I hear these words: "My tears will now burst forth and be so great that the ground will not absorb My tears, which are great because My heart aches. Great will be the flooding from My tears.2 The ground will move from My tears. The world will rejoice because the rain will finally come. Little do they understand that these are My tears that will come because of what I must now do. The ground will open up because of My wrath.3 Yet I suffer with great tears because of what I must now do. I asked each person to take the hand of Jesus. Your Savior waited with His hand held out for those who would decide to take it. I asked each, ‘Where are you looking?’4 My calendar shows that three and a half years are now over. It is time."5

The Herald [Gabriel] takes my hand and we ascend further up the bank. He extends his wings, which form a covering over me. The sky turns gray, clouds begin to form, and slowly raindrops start to fall. In what seems like a few seconds, more raindrops begin to fall. The rain hits the dry, dusty ground that has formed a hard surface, so it does not absorb the rain, and the water gets deeper. The once-dry river bed fills with water and begins to flow. In just minutes, there is a torrent of flowing water that quickly starts to rise. The Herald takes me to higher ground for safety. I watch as flooding and destruction become a worldwide event, as it reaps God’s sorrow. In some areas, the ground opens up into sinkholes to swallow large portions of the flooding. Great is the destruction. The drought is over, but God’s sorrow is visibly seen over all the earth.

The Herald reminds me that for three and a half years, God has waited for each to choose. Now it is time. It is with great sorrow that the heavenly Father is brought to tears because of what He must do now. As the rains begin, I see people singing praises to God for the blessing they are receiving. They do not understand His great sorrow. They do not understand that the rain is like His tears, because of what He must do. The world has suffered from drought, and now it is starting to experience God’s sorrow. Sadly, many will not understand. Only those who have taken the hand of Jesus, of Emmanuel, only those who have believed before the evidence mounted, only they will understand.

The Herald tells me to look to the north, and I notice many birds flying south. He points to a calendar, and I realize it is too early for the birds to begin flying south for the winter. I watch as many birds wing their way; some honk as they fly.

See excerpts from the dream are farther down on this page. Below are quick summaries and links to news and observer reports.

Storms / Hurricanes / Flooding

Since this prophecy, torrential rains and destructive winds have been experienced in rapid succession. The list below is in reverse chronological order and more noteworthy storms will be added to the list as they become evident. Notice that it was torrential rain in a dry area (southwestern USA) that kicked off the sequence of worldwide torrential rain.

For US Weather predictions, see: http://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/predictions/threats/threats.php

For a more complete list of flooding due to torrential rains, see the website http://floodlist.com/ which tracks floods by country and region.

I have not listed the record-setting or nearly-record-setting snows that occurred in the US over the winter.  But those will be added as I have time.

Date

Event

6/26/2015

India's monsoon has covered the entire country, the weather office said on Friday, more than two weeks ahead of the normal schedule in a year that is forecast to see below average rains. Over a quarter higher rainfall since the start of the June-September season has eased concerns of a first drought in six years.

http://mobile.reuters.com/article/idUSKBN0P60T720150626?irpc=932

6/24/2015

Power companies are scrambling to restore service after a series of fast-moving thunderstorms ravaged eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Connecticut Tuesday, leaving now nearly 400,000 people without electricity.  The numbers are a relative improvement from the 500,000 who experienced outages in Philadelphia Tuesday night. Winds of as high as 71 and 75 mph have been recorded in Philadelphia and New Jersey respectively, according to the NWS. Buildings collapsed, the sky blackened, and trees fell.

http://m.csmonitor.com/USA/USA-Update/2015/0624/400-000-without-power-after-storms-lash-N.J.-and-Pennsylvania

6/14/2015

Massive flooding in the nation of Georgia’s capital, Tbilisi, on Sunday set loose about half of the residents of the city zoo, among them big cats, wolves, hyenas, and a hippopotamus, multiple news agencies have reported. Up to 12 people may have been killed, none were due to animal attacks, however. The floods came after heavy rainfall, which began before midnight Saturday, caused the local Vere river to swell and burst, flowing into parts of a highway and sweeping away cars and at least one structure.

http://m.csmonitor.com/World/Global-News/2015/0614/Tbilisi-flood-Zoo-animals-still-loose-in-Georgia-capital-video

http://time.com/3920653/zoo-animals-georgia-floods/

5/29/2015

Forecasters say Texas has set rainfall records in several areas after deadly storms.

The National Weather Service said Friday that 16.07 inches of rain fell across the Dallas area in May. That easily eclipsed a 1982 record of 13.66. Austin similarly beat its May record for rainfall with 17.59 inches, besting a high of 14.10 inches that had stood since 1895. A series of spring storms has killed at least 27 people in Texas and Oklahoma. There are at least 13 people missing in Texas.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/latest-on-flooding-2-dead-5-missing-in-blanco-county/2015/05/28/dbe9f6cc-0599-11e5-93f4-f24d4af7f97d_story.html

5/26/2015

Flooding brought Houston to a near-standstill on Tuesday and killed at least four people here, sending normally tame rivers and bayous surging past their banks, inundating streets and homes, and leaving roads littered with hundreds of abandoned, ruined cars.

http://mobile.nytimes.com/2015/05/27/us/texas-rains-bring-flooding-to-houston-area.html?_r=0&referrer=

5/26/15

5/22/15

5/20/15

China has been hit with many devastating rain and floods this year so far.  Below I’ve listed five of the floods they have experienced.  A more detailed list than I have space for here can be found at: http://floodlist.com/tag/china

5/26/2015

China Floods – Wettest May for 40 Years, Over 50 Dead, More Rain to Come. Provinces of southern China have endured the wettest May for 40 years, according to China’s National Meteorological Center (NMC). NMC figures show that the average rainfall in south China this…

5/26/2015

China Floods – 35 Dead, 13 Missing as Torrential Rain Continues in South. Further torrential rainfall in parts of southern China has caused severe flooding and landslides in 6 provinces, leaving 35 people dead and 13 missing. Heavy rain since 18 May 2015…

5/26/2015

10,000 Left Homeless after Deadly Floods hit Southern China.  A number of provinces of southern China have experienced heavy rain since 18 May 2015. The worst affected are Jiangxi, where 7 people have been killed in landslides and house…

5/26/2015

Southern China – 7 Killed in Floods and Landslides after 100mm of Rain Falls in 24 Hours. China’s Ministry of Civil Affairs say that provinces in southern China have been affected by recent heavy rain, strong winds and hail. The heavy rain has caused flooding and landslides,…

5/26/2015

China – Crops and Homes Damaged by Floods and Storms in 6 Provinces. Chinese government sources say that between 18 and 20 April 2015, south-central, south-eastern, and also south-western provinces of the country were affected by floods and severe weather including heavy rainfall,…

5/26/2015

Philippines flooding: torrential monsoon rains bring Manila to a standstill

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/picturegalleries/worldnews/10251861/Philippines-flooding-torrential-monsoon-rains-bring-Manila-to-a-standstill.html?frame=2647447

5/24/2015

Flooding from record-setting rains in Texas and Oklahoma swept away hundreds of homes and left at least three people dead. "We do have whole streets that have maybe one or two houses left on them, and the rest are just slabs," said Kharley Smith, emergency management coordinator in Hays County, Texas.

Crews are still surveying damage, she told reporters Sunday; between 350 and 400 homes in the Texas county are gone, and more than 1,000 were damaged. Two main bridges washed away, she said, and others sustained major structural damage.

http://www.cnn.com/2015/05/24/us/severe-weather/

5/17/2015

Little relief was in sight Sunday for nine states where violent storms and tornadoes damaged and destroyed homes, flipped cars and downed power lines this weekend. The storms, including 31 reported tornadoes, and flash flooding raked across parts of Minnesota, Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Wyoming, Iowa, Oklahoma, Texas, and Louisiana on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, AccuWeather senior meteorologist Tom Kines told USA TODAY.

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2015/05/17/tornadoes-damage-homes/27480017/

5/11/2015

Emergency responders searched through splintered wreckage Monday after a line of tornadoes battered several small communities in Texas and Arkansas, killing at least five people, including a young couple who died trying to shield their daughter from the storm. The first named tropical storm of the year, Ana, hits earlier in the season than usual

http://www.foxnews.com/weather/2015/05/11/wild-weather-sweeps-across-texas-causing-injuries-and-damage/

5/11/2015

At least two people were killed and almost 4,000 others were forced to evacuate their homes as Typhoon Noul slammed into the northern Philippines, the national disaster agency said Monday. The typhoon was packing winds of 87 mph and gusts of up to 106 mph.  Earlier, waves of 46 feet were recorded in the open ocean off the coast, according to the weather bureau.

http://www.nbcnews.com/news/weather/two-dead-typhoon-noul-slams-philippines-way-japan-n356866

5/10/2015

South Dakota was the center of weather extremes Sunday, with a tornado damaging a small town on the eastern side of the state and more than a foot of snow blanketing the Black Hills to the west.

http://www.foxnews.com/weather/2015/05/10/from-rockies-east-severe-weather-casts-wide-net/

5/7/2015

Heavy rains on Friday night caused some flooding in Oklahoma. Earlier this week, powerful storms rumbled through the southern Plains, producing more than 50 tornadoes and dropping 7.1 inches in Oklahoma City on Wednesday -- the third-heaviest rainfall for any day on record dating back to 1890, state climatologist Gary McManus said.

http://www.foxnews.com/weather/2015/05/09/plains-states-brace-for-more-severe-weather-possible-tornadoes/?intcmp=ob_article_footer_mobile&intcmp=obinsite

5/7/2015

Heavy winds and dangerous amounts of rain (7 inches in some cases) have pounded Kansas, Nebraska, and Texas as well. The rain continued to fall Thursday, pushing some rivers and creeks up to or over their banks.

http://edition.cnn.com/2015/05/07/us/midwest-severe-weather/index.html

4/28/2015

Translated from Czech: Intense thunderstorms and rain on Monday brought into Czech cold front from the west. In some places it rained up to 10 liters of water per hour. White on the measuring station in the district under the ultimate Frydek-Mistek rained until 18:00 in the intense rain 42 liters of water in two hours.

http://www.ceskenoviny.cz/zpravy/v-beskydech-hrozi-kvuli-intenzivnim-srazkam-lokalni-zaplavy/1210169

4/22/2015

Australia: New South Wales wild weather: Fears for pair caught in Maitland floods, 100kph winds and heavy rain bring more misery to Sydney and Hunter

http://mobile.abc.net.au/news/2015-04-22/second-storm-cell-expected-to-hit-parts-of-sydney-central-coast/6410792

4/20/15

Chinese government sources say that between 18 and 20 April 2015, south-central, south-eastern, and also south-western provinces of the country were affected by floods and severe weather including heavy rainfall, hail, strong winds and thunderstorms. The severe weather in China over the last few days has left at least one person dead and caused widespread damage to property and crops. The recent spate of severe weather comes after the government announced that natural disasters in China during the first quarter of 2015 left 31 people dead and affected about 5.23 million people. Between January and March, as many as 93,000 people were displaced, 169,000 houses damaged and 380,000 hectares of crops affected by natural disasters.

http://floodlist.com/asia/china-crops-homes-damaged-floods-storms-6-provinces

4/5/15

State media have reported that heavy rainfall has caused floods in south central and eastern parts of China that have forced at least 12,000 people to evacuate their homes and affected around 240,000 people. WMO say that 220mm (8.6 inches) of rain fell in 24 hours in Yueyang City, Hunan Province, on 04 April 2015.  Xinhua, the Chinese News Agency, say that floods have caused damage in 52 towns and villages in Hunan Province, and also damaged around 19,467 hectares of crops.  Heavy Rainfall Expected in China, Taiwan and Japan. The heavy rain fell in the wake of Super Typhoon Maysak, which despite weakening, is expected to bring further heavy rain and thunderstorms to China, Taiwan and Japan as it moves northwards.

http://floodlist.com/asia/12000-evacuated-floods-hunan-province-china

3/26/2015

Heavy rains in northern Chile leave two dead, 20 missing. The heaviest rains to hit Chile's northern desert regions in 20 year have left at least two people dead and 24 missing as the torrential downpours caused mudslides and rivers to breach their banks, leaving thousands of residents stranded.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/03/26/us-chile-weather-idUSKBN0ML2AG20150326

3/26/2015

Unusually heavy thunderstorms brought torrential rainfall to northern Chile's Atacama desert, flooding one of the driest regions in the world. Flash floods swept down valleys, cutting off villages, destroying structures, and carrying vehicles for miles. According to Reuters, Chile's President Michelle Bachelet says it will cost at least $1.5 billion to repair the damages caused by the flooding and mudslides that left a toll of over two dozen people dead and nearly another 140 missing. The following photos are of the flooding in several small towns, and the aftermath, as the region gradually returns to normal.

http://www.theatlantic.com/photo/2015/04/devastating-floods-hit-northern-chile/390024/

3/1/2015

Bruceton Mills, West Virginia. Union Street is flooded in Downtown Bruceton Mills on Wednesday March 4. Despite the flooding, damage costs were not high enough to warrant a federal disaster declaration for the county.

http://www.theet.com/prestoncountynews/news/bruceton-flooding---march/image_aa7bd503-b5b5-5c5b-8331-57944360b771.html

2/20/2015

South America - Severe weather / floods. Severe weather, heavy rainfall has affected Argentina, Bolivia and Peru causing flooding, evacuations, landslides, deaths.

http://reliefweb.int/map/bolivia-plurinational-state/20-february-2015-south-america-severe-weather-floods

2/10/2015

Malawi floods devastation far worse than first thought. UN agencies scale up response to disaster that has displaced nearly a quarter of a million people, and threatens disease and malnutrition.

http://www.theguardian.com/global-development/2015/feb/10/malawi-floods-devastation-far-worse-than-first-thought

2/1/2015

Heavy rainfall starting at the beginning of February 2015 caused major flooding in the southern and south-eastern parts of Albania. Some 42,000 people were affected, and houses were damaged, around 3,500 heads of livestock killed, and 17,000 acres of farm land flooded. The Albanian Government declared a state of emergency for the worst affected areas. (IFRC, 6 Feb 2015).  In The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia heavy rains and snow melt caused severe flooding the eastern region of the country. According to national authorities, 170,000 people were affected.

http://reliefweb.int/disaster/fl-2015-000009-alb

1/15/2015

Torrential rains brought the Philippine capital to a standstill, submerging some areas in waist-deep floodwaters and making streets impassable to vehicles while thousands of people across coastal and mountainous northern regions fled to emergency shelters.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/picturegalleries/worldnews/10251861/Philippines-flooding-torrential-monsoon-rains-bring-Manila-to-a-standstill.html

1/1/2015

Heavy seasonal rainfall starting in December 2014 has caused flooding in Southern Africa. As of 16 Jan 2015, 135,000 people had been affected in Malawi, Mozambique, Madagascar and Zimbabwe. (OCHA, 16 Jan 2015) In the 2014-2015 rain season, Mozambique was hard-hit by heavy rains and floods particularly in the second half of the season - January to March 2015 in the Central and North of the country. Zimbabwe experienced widespread flooding across the country. In Madagascar, weeks of heavy rainfall had already caused high river levels and soil saturation killing at least 14 and driving 24,000 people from their home after torrential rain caused dams to burst.

http://reliefweb.int/disaster/fl-2015-000006-mwi

12/28/2014

Heavy rain, severe flooding and landslides displace 800 000 in Sri Lanka. Severe weather that started a week ago in Sri Lanka has claimed lives of at least 21 people by Saturday, December 27, 2014 and displaced more than 800 000 people.

http://thewatchers.adorraeli.com/2014/12/28/heavy-rain-severe-flooding-and-landslides-displace-800-000-in-sri-lanka/

12/15/2014

As the train of storms from the Pacific continues, the latest dose of heavy rain from Dec. 11 and 12, 2014, has helped significantly with California and regional drought relief. A general 3-6 inches of rain fell on northern California with 1-3 inches projected to fall along much of the coast of Southern California with lower amounts farther inland.

http://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/will-the-barrage-of-storms-end/38770784

Businesses Flooded, Vehicles Stranded Amid Burst of Heavy Rain in Torrance, California as a burst of heavy rain dropped more than 3 inches of precipitation in the area.

http://ktla.com/2014/12/16/businesses-flooded-vehicles-stranded-amid-flash-flooding-in-torrance/

12/11/2014

Torrential rains are falling across much of drought-scarred California, thanks to the wettest storm to affect the U.S. West Coast since at least October 2009. The heavy rains will put a noticeable dent in the state's three-year drought, which was the worst 3-year drought period in at least the past 1,200 years. Yosemite National Park's big waterfalls--Yosemite Falls, Bridalveil Fall, and Cascade Fall--resumed flowing again on December 3 after two days of significant rainfall in California's Yosemite area.

http://www.wunderground.com/blog/JeffMasters/comment.html?entrynum=2878

12/9/2014

Hurricane-Force Winds, Torrential Rain Forecast For What Could Be Storm Of The Decade (affecting the San Francisco Bay area of California through the Sierra mountain summit)

http://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2014/12/09/hurricane-force-80-mile-per-hour-winds-torrential-rain-forecast-for-what-could-be-storm-of-the-decade/

12/3/2014

Philippine officials say the death toll has risen to 53 from Tropical Storm Jangmi.  Heavy rains close highways and bridges, massive landslides bury home and vehicles. The Southeast Asian nation has faced unusually severe typhoons in the past few years.

http://www.voanews.com/content/tropical-storm-jangmi-hits-philippines/2580120.html

12/3/2014

Heavy California rain brings drought relief, threatens mudslides. The National Weather Service said up to 6 inches of rain was possible in parts of Southern California by the time the storm ends.Wednesday.http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Latest-News-Wires/2014/1203/Heavy-California-rain-brings-drought-relief-threatens-mudslides

Prayed-for rains to soak California another day. One location, Yucaipa Ridge in the San Bernardino Mountains, received 9.8 inches of rain, the National Weather Service said. Most other parts of the state received totals between 2 and 4 inches.

http://www.chron.com/news/us/article/Prayed-for-rains-to-soak-California-another-day-5934207.php#photo-7223234

11/28/2014

French Riviera hit by torrential rain and flash flooding

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-30241730

11/26/2014

Winter storm knocks East Coast with heavy rain, snow on the eve of Thanksgiving. Snowfall totals in New England could reach 18 inches in the higher elevations of western Massachusetts and southern Vermont.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/capital-weather-gang/wp/2014/11/26/updates-winter-storm-knocks-east-coast-with-heavy-rain-snow-on-the-eve-of-thanksgiving/

11/22/2014

Southern parts of Morocco were hit by flooding during the weekend of 22 November 2014. As many as 36 people were killed as a result of flash floods, mostly in the region of Guelmim (south-west, 200 km south of Agadir). Moroccan Red Crescent Society (MRCS) and some local reports say that as many as 20,000 people were left without electricity, roads and bridges destroyed and hundreds of houses collapsed.

The country has since been hit with further heavy rain. According to an AFP report, local weather services in Morocco have reported rainfall figures in Agadir of almost 200 mm (7.9 inches) in the last 24 hours – over half the annual yearly rainfall. There have also been reports of huge waves along parts of Morocco’s Atlantic coastline.

http://floodlist.com/africa/heavy-rain-morocco-prompts-high-level-flood-warnings

11/22/2014

Some areas of Central Florida saw 5 to 7 inches Tuesday afternoon and evening – with more to come tonight. A flood advisory remains in effect for sections of Orange, Osceola and Brevard counties, according to the National Weather Service.

http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/breaking-news/os-weather-forecast-orlando-20141125-story.html

11/2/2014

Thousands of people in Maine woke up in the dark Monday morning after an icy blast knocked out power and buried parts of the state in almost two feet of snow seven weeks ahead of winter. More than 130,000 homes and businesses were left without electricity as of Sunday night. Snow also fell as far south and east as Charleston, South Carolinathe earliest flakes on record in the city — over the weekend. The storm also brought record low temperatures to Florida.

http://www.nbcnews.com/news/weather/maine-snowstorm-leaves-thousands-without-power-dumps-two-feet-snow-n239771?cid=par-weather-rightmodule_20141104

11/16/2014

Floods bring devastation to parts of Italy and France.

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-30072485

11/13/2014

Heavy rain has caused flooding across various parts of Northern Ireland on Thursday. Police described Newry in County Down as "impassable" and advised motorists to use alternative roads on the outskirts of the city if possible.

http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-northern-ireland-30038657

11/12/2014

The Guyana government Friday warned nationals to be wary of various diseases as a result of the floods caused by increased rainfall over the past 48 hours. Several areas, particularly the capital of Georgetown and areas along the coastal belt, have been under water as a result of the record rainfall. The Guyana Information Agency (GINA) reported that 186 millimeters, (7.25 inches) of rain fell within a 24 hour period.

http://www.caribbean360.com/news/guyana_news/guyana-government-issues-disease-warning-following-torrential-rains-and-flooding

11/7/2014

Parts of southern and central Europe were hit by severe weather over the last 5 days. The storm system already delivered heavy rainfall to parts of southern France, southern Switzerland, northern Italy, western Austria, western Slovenia and northwestern Croatia. Rainfall in excess of 175 mm (7 inches) inundated Nice, France. A 300 mm of rain was recorded in Kotschach, Austria and at the same time, 265 mm (10.5 inches) fell in Cevio, Switzerland. The system also delivered heavy snowfall in western Alps. Over 91 cm (36 inches) of snow was recorded at Andermatt, Switzerland.  More torrential rainfall is expected in northeast Italy, southern Austria and Slovenia on November 8, 2014.

http://thewatchers.adorraeli.com/2014/11/07/southcentral-europe-hit-by-severe-weather-heavy-rain-and-floods/

11/3/2014

Hurricane Vance, the 4th hurricane of the season in the eastern Pacific is still maintaining its strength though it is anticipated to weaken before hitting the Mexican coast. The other hurricanes of the eastern Pacific this season were Marie, Norberg, and Odile.  Heavy rain of 4-8 inches from Vance is likely to produce life-threatening flash floods and mudslides. Vance's heavy rain may get drawn across northern Mexico and into Texas during the middle of the week as a cold front pushes through the region, according to AccuWeather. Vance is the 20th named tropical storm or hurricane of the 2014 eastern Pacific hurricane season. An average season sees 15 named storms or hurricanes.

http://www.usatoday.com/story/weather/2014/11/03/hurricane-vance-pacific-mexico/18428049/

11/3/2014

Heavy rains cause floods in central Peru. Heavy rains have resulted in floods across central Peru on Sunday. The flood water has damaged local schools and more than 100 homes. Mudslides have also cut off highways in the largely rural area.

http://www.theguardian.com/world/video/2014/nov/03/heavy-rains-cause-floods-central-peru-video

11/1/2014

The clean-up begins after torrential rain and flash floods in south-eastern Spain. Ten people in total have died in Spain in the regions of Andalusia and Murcia due to flash flooding brought on by downpours. The heavy rains have also damaged homes, caused the collapse of two bridges and forced roads to close.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/picturegalleries/worldnews/9579109/The-clean-up-begins-after-torrential-rain-and-flash-floods-in-south-eastern-Spain.html

11/1/2014

A California storm ushers in the wet season with ½ inch of rain in drought-stricken Los Angeles causing some troublesome mudslides. The storm dropped up to 4 inches of rain in other areas.

http://m.seattlepi.com/news/us/article/California-storm-wets-Giants-parade-heads-south-5863040.php

10/31/2014

Starting in October 2014, heavy rains in south-central Somalia and in upper parts of the Shabelle basin in the Somali-Ethiopian border, have caused flooding along both the Shabelle and Juba Rivers. After a poor rainy season, parts of southern Somalia are now being hit by severe bouts of floods, further aggravating the already alarming food security situation. More than one million people are now in urgent need of assistance- a rise of 20 percent in just six months - while another two million people are experiencing threats to their food security.

http://reliefweb.int/disaster/fl-2014-000150-som

http://reliefweb.int/report/somalia/poor-rains-followed-floods-likely-worsen-somalia-food-crisis-experts-warn

10/25/2014

Flash floods hit Athens, Greece following torrential rain. People in the Greek capital, Athens, are clearing up after a series of flash floods caused major disruption in parts of the city. Torrential rain turned roads into rivers, sweeping away cars and uprooting trees.

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-29766758

10/23/2014

Torrential rain causes flooding in the city of Vancouver on the south coast of British Columbia. As much as 3 inches of rain fell overnight causing localized flooding in low-lying areas with more expected. The powerful wind and rainstorm, with winds reaching a hurricane force of 56 mph caused widespread power outages for 80,000 customers in southern B.C.

http://www.vancitybuzz.com/2014/10/torrential-rain-causes-flooding-metro-vancouver-photos/

10/19/2014

Flood water rips through Tenerife streets on the Canary Islands. Local media say five people have died after two and a half hours of heavy rain on the islands of Tenerife and La Gomera. Heavy rainfall has led to flooding on the Canary Islands since Saturday. Ravines became rivers and several streets, houses and garages have flooded.

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-29682176

10/17/2014

Hurricane Gonzalo, the most powerful Atlantic hurricane in 3 years hit Bermuda leaving most of the island's nearly 70,000 inhabitants without electricity.  Hurricane Ana came close to the Hawaiian Islands with the outer bands soaking the islands along with high winds and surf.

http://abcnews.go.com/WNT/video/bracing-hurricanes-gonzalo-ana-26226804  

http://latino.foxnews.com/latino/news/2014/10/18/gonzalo-begins-to-weaken-after-leaving-bermuda-without-power/

http://mauinow.com/2014/10/18/2am-update-101814-ana-weakens-slightly-effects-felt-from-big-island-to-oahu/

10/14/014

The most powerful storm on the planet so far this year, Super Typhoon Vongfong struck Okinawa. It was predicted to dump up to 48 centimeters [19 inches] of rain in some places before it continued north toward the southern and central islands of mainland Japan. Evacuation advisories affected over 440,000 people in southern Japan. Rainfall near the damaged Fukushima nuclear plant was 5.5 inches over a 24 hour period, 1.4 inches in one hour, leading to sharp increases in radioactive flows into the ocean and the groundwater supplies, some at record highs.

 http://www.voanews.com/content/super-typhoon-vongfong-threatens-japan/2477824.html 

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/oct/13/typhoon-vongfong-hits-japan

http://enenews.com/typhoon-exited-fukushima-half-foot-rain-recorded-around-nuclear-plant-fukushima-worker-choice-pray-radioactive-material-spread-ocean-reality-situation-photos

http://enenews.com/highest-yet-new-tests-after-latest-typhoon-show-radioactive-material-continues-rising-near-ocean-at-fukushima-plant-officials-drastic-steps-cant-be-taken-depth-and-scope-of-contamination-f

10/9/2014

Flash flooding possible for southeast Arizona, New Mexico, and parts of west Texas, Wed-Thu, Oct 8-9 from the remnants of Hurricane Simon. Also flooding occurring or imminent across parts of the Florida peninsula along with the Middle Mississippi and Lower Missouri River Valleys.

http://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/predictions/threats/threats.php

http://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/simon-to-contribute-to-rain-in/35191903

http://www.nasa.gov/content/goddard/tropical-storm-simon-eastern-pacificsd/

10/6/14

Floods in Britain as torrential rain sweeps in

http://www.ukweatherforecast.co.uk/weather-watch-strong-winds-heavy-rain-2nd-october-2014/

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/picturegalleries/uknews/9381335/UK-weather-in-pictures-floods-in-Britain-as-torrential-rain-sweeps-in.html

10/6/2014

Torrential rains Monday night left a trail of destruction in southern France. Overnight flash floods overturned cars, damaged roads and flooded homes as well as Mosson Stadium in the southern city of Montpellier. Heavy rains resulted in heavy floods in Grabels, near Montpellier, Southern France. Parts of Montpellier lay under water after the Lez river, which flows through the city, burst its banks.

http://www.weather.com/news/flash-flooding-causes-destruction-southern-france-photos-20141007

http://time.com/3485059/pictures-of-the-week-25/#3485059/pictures-of-the-week-25/ 

10/6/2014

Typhoon Phanfone passed over the Japanese capital on its way back out to sea. The storm caused at least one death at a U.S. air base in Okinawa.  At its peak intensity in Tokyo today between 9 a.m. and 10 a.m., the storm dumped 27 centimeters (10.6 inches) of rain on the capital (that’s in ONE hour!). Japan usually averages 11 typhoons a year and so far this year they have had 18!

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-10-06/typhoon-phanfone-makes-landfall-in-central-japan-aims-for-tokyo.html

10/6/2014

Fire-fighters work on a flooded ring road in Mexico City after torrential rains hit several neighbourhoods

http://www.trust.org/item/20141006064531-aqsyk/?source=search

10/2/2014

More than 268,000 customers reported without electricity after storms hit Dallas-Fort Worth area - University of Texas in Arlington, Texas, to be closed Friday due to partial power outage after storms.

http://www.breakingnews.com/topic/north-texas-storms-oct-2-2014/

10/2/2014

The Twin Cities in Minnesota experience heavy rain and street flooding

http://stormchasingvideo.com/1022014-twin-cities-area-heavy-rain-b-roll

9/26/2014

China: Heavy rain has been falling in Hubei, Henan and Anhui provinces since 26 September 2014. Homes have been completely destroyed and others severely damaged as a result of flooding. Heavy rainfall has also been seen in Chongqing, Shaanxi, Shandong and Jiangsu provinces. As much as 112mm (4.4 inches) of rain fell in Zhumadian, Henan province in a 24 hour period between 27 and 28 September, according to WMO figures. During the same period, Fuyang in Anhui province saw 93mm (3.7 inches) of rain.

http://floodlist.com/asia/floods-hit-chinas-eastern-provinces

9/22/2014

Flood Alert in Assam After Heavy Rain; Schools Shut in Guwahati, India.  40 hours of non-stop rains hit the Assam, Arunachal, Meghalaya, India area, causing flooding and claiming over 100 lives.

http://www.ndtv.com/video/player/news/flood-alert-in-assam-after-heavy-rain-schools-shut-in-guwahati/339137

http://www.ndtv.com/video/player/news/sorrow-and-despair-a-fortnight-after-floods-in-assam-and-meghalaya/341377

9/20/2014

Typhoon Kalmaegi hits China after sweeping through Philippines with gusts up to 78 mph and torrential rain.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/china/11098790/Typhoon-Kalmaegi-hits-China-after-sweeping-through-Philippines-in-pictures.html#?frame=3039791

9/19/2014

Flooding from tropical storm Fung Wong in metro Manila. 10.5 inches of rain fell on the capital within a 24-hour period ending early Friday. Affected 470,000 and displaced 37,000 in the capital alone with more from outlying areas.

http://www.foxnews.com/world/2014/09/19/flooding-from-tropical-storm-fung-wong-shuts-down-manila/

9/19/2014

One oil field worker was killed and 40 more were stranded in flood waters as the remnants of Hurricane Odile moved through southeastern New Mexico on Friday, authorities said.

http://www.abc6.com/story/26581048/oilfield-worker-lost-in-new-mexico-flooding-dies

9/19/2014

Hurricane Polo is forecast to travel up off the coast of Mexico’s Baja California bringing heavy rains on the heels of Hurricane Odile.

http://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/tropical-storm-polo-threatens/34164293

Odile causes tremendous flooding in Southwest United States.  Rains of 3-6 inches are forecast, with some areas estimated to get 10 inches of rain at rates of 1-2 inches per hour.

http://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/flooding-threat-returns-to-ari/34047768

9/15/2014

Hurricane Odile hit Mexico’s Baja California bringing torrential rains (up to 11 inches of rain an hour), flooding and destruction along the peninsula.

http://www.theguardian.com/world/gallery/2014/sep/16/hurricane-odile-batters-mexicos-baja-california-peninsula-in-pictures

9/14/2014

Typhoon Kalmaegi hits northern Philippines, leaving 8 people dead and displacing over 366,000.

http://www.weather.com/news/typhoon-kalmaegi-philippines-20140914
http://www.foxnews.com/world/2014/09/19/flooding-from-tropical-storm-fung-wong-shuts-down-manila/

9/10/2014

Michigan, Indiana and Ohio, and parts of Missouri got 10 inches of rain dumped on it overnight. The rains hit areas of Iowa, Missouri and Nebraska the hardest, with rainfall rates of more than five inches per hour in Nebraska.

http://www.nbcnews.com/news/weather/midwest-hit-severe-floods-tornadoes-n199826

9/8/2014

Leftovers from Hurricane Norbert hits Arizona and Nevada. Norbert caused a daily record rainfall of 3.29 inches at the Phoenix Airport.

http://www.weather.com/news/weather-severe/flash-flood-threat-desert-southwest-california-nevada-arizona-utah-20140908

http://www.azcentral.com/story/news/local/phoenix/2014/09/08/phoenix-flooding-monsoon-monday-abrk/15272279/

http://time.com/3309704/floods-arizona-nevada/#3309704/floods-arizona-nevada/

These storms signal the truthfulness of what has been shared with the messenger and lend credence to other information that has been shared with him to share with the world.

 

Early Migration of Migrators (Butterflies and Birds)

Since this prophecy, the following earlier-than-usual migrations have been observed. The list below is in reverse chronological order and more noteworthy events will be added to the list as they become evident:

Date

Event

September 23, 2014

Whooping cranes arrive at Aransas National Wildlife Refuge nearly a month ahead of the normal early arrival time (they were seen on Sept. 12).  Also an observer reports Canada Geese had been flying South over Minnesota a whole month earlier than usual!

http://operationmigration.org/InTheField/2014/09/23/early-migration/

September 23, 2014

The head of Mexico's nature reserves, Luis Fueyo, said the first monarch butterflies have been seen entering Mexico earlier than usual this year. He said the first butterflies have been sighted in the northern border state of Coahuila. Most normally arrive in October from the United States and Canada, where they spend the summer. "This year, we are seeing them present in Mexican territory earlier than usual," Fueyo said.

http://seattletimes.com/html/nationworld/2024608019_apxmexicomonarchbutterflies.html

http://www.learner.org/jnorth/monarch/News.html (tracks the migration activity on a weekly basis – it started as early as August 28 this year).

http://www.learner.org/jnorth/maps/Maps.html

Week by Week

Regional Migration Forecast: Week to week tracking of bird migration including species can be found at:

http://birdcast.info/forecasts/

Perhaps a bit technical for the average layperson

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The messenger has been receiving messages from the LORD since 2005 telling of what is going to happen. Most have ignored or criticized the messages. Yet, the LORD has said numerous times, "Blessed are those who believe before the evidence mounts."

Here is the prophecy of the events indicated above. The Herald is the title for the angel known more commonly in the Bible as Gabriel, who delivers the most important messages.  He is assisted by other angels such as the announcing angel and the guide angel who also have very important positions in heaven.

In my dream, I am standing at the bottom of a dry river bed. I can tell that at one time it was wide and the water was deep. Now I can very easily walk from one side to the other. I look down at my feet and notice that the dirt is powdery dry. The guide angel is standing next to me. He smiles and tells me that today is a very special day, because it was three and a half years ago that I was given a very wonderful message in the dream, "Where Are You Looking?" He lifts his right arm and I watch as dry dirt from the river forms into letters of living water that rise into the air. I know that the living water represents Jesus. These are the words I see:

I suddenly feel someone holding my right hand, and I am instantly standing in the corridor. The Herald has been with me the entire time. He calls me by my heavenly name and says, "All you have belongs to the heavenly Father. What He has shown you is a message for everyone. He waits for each person to take the beautiful holy hand of Jesus. The Savior waits with His hand held out for those who decide to take it. He asks each one, ‘Where are you looking?’ Each should turn their eyes upon Jesus and look fully into His wonderful face. If they do this, all the things of this earth will grow strangely dim, but He will illuminate them by the light of His glory and His grace." Calling me by my heavenly name, the Herald says that each should ask himself, "Where are you looking?"

The guide angel lowers his arm, and I watch the words continue to rise until I no longer see them. The river is still dry. I am told that we are not to place our focus on this old earth, because it will be destroyed along with those who have followed the leader of lies. Only those who hold tightly to the hand of He who is the Eternal Living Water will have their thirst quenched.1 The water of truth will flow through them.

Now I look behind me at the bank of the dry river bed and see several other angels standing there. The announcing angel extends his hand to assist me up from the dry river bed. Suddenly, a throng of angels appears. They kneel and bow their heads in reverence. The birds stop singing; the bugs cease their chirping. The wind stops blowing, and everything in nature becomes quiet.

Now I hear what sounds like rolling thunder along the dry river bed. Yet it comes down from the mountains and from everywhere. I hear the voices of God the Father, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit speaking as one. They are saying to look to the north for a sign of the early winged migration. Then I hear these words: "My tears will now burst forth and be so great that the ground will not absorb My tears, which are great because My heart aches. Great will be the flooding from My tears.2 The ground will move from My tears. The world will rejoice because the rain will finally come. Little do they understand that these are My tears that will come because of what I must now do. The ground will open up because of My wrath.3 Yet I suffer with great tears because of what I must now do. I asked each person to take the hand of Jesus. Your Savior waited with His hand held out for those who would decide to take it. I asked each, ‘Where are you looking?’4 My calendar shows that three and a half years are now over. It is time."5

There is an interlude as the angels show the messenger the wood being grown for Christ’s cross and Christ’s sacrifice on that cross. Also that our prayers are highly valued by the Father.

At this point the Herald takes me back to the dry river bed. I look out and see the wind blow and dust rise. The Herald tells me to look to the north, and I notice many birds flying south. He points to a calendar, and I realize it is too early for the birds to begin flying south for the winter. I watch as many birds wing their way; some honk as they fly.

The Herald takes my hand and we ascend further up the bank. He extends his wings, which form a covering over me. The sky turns gray, clouds begin to form, and slowly raindrops start to fall. In what seems like a few seconds, more raindrops begin to fall. The rain hits the dry, dusty ground that has formed a hard surface, so it does not absorb the rain, and the water gets deeper. The once-dry river bed fills with water and begins to flow. In just minutes, there is a torrent of flowing water that quickly starts to rise. The Herald takes me to higher ground for safety. I watch as flooding and destruction become a worldwide event, as it reaps God’s sorrow. In some areas, the ground opens up into sinkholes to swallow large portions of the flooding. Great is the destruction. The drought is over, but God’s sorrow is visibly seen over all the earth.

The Herald reminds me that for three and a half years, God has waited for each to choose. Now it is time. It is with great sorrow that the heavenly Father is brought to tears because of what He must do now. As the rains begin, I see people singing praises to God for the blessing they are receiving. They do not understand His great sorrow. They do not understand that the rain is like His tears, because of what He must do. The world has suffered from drought, and now it is starting to experience God’s sorrow. Sadly, many will not understand. Only those who have taken the hand of Jesus, of Emmanuel, only those who have believed before the evidence mounted, only they will understand.

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There are much more important details in the full dream message posted at http://formypeople.org/En/70_the_tree_the_wood_the_truth.shtml