With the confluence of natural disasters and major headlines, some believe evidence exists for the coming of the end of days.
California is on fire
Oregon is on fire
Montana is on fire
Canada is on fire
Dallas had a 2.5 earthquake
Texas was hit from Hurricane Harvey
Idaho had a 5.3 earthquake
Asia is underwater
Florida hit from Hurricane Irma
Mexico had a 8.2 earthquake
Mexico hit from Hurricane Katia
Hurricane Jose forms
Category 5, Hurricane Maria
Tropical storm Lee is forming
Cyclone Dineo hit Zimbabwe
Flooding in Peru
Deadly avalanche in Afghanistan
Deadly landslide in Democratic Republic of the Congo
Flooding and landslides in Sri Lanka
Deadly landslide in Colombia
Mudslide in Sierra Leone
Typhoon Doksuri hits Vietnam
Five powerful earthquakes were detected in the caldera of Bardarbunga
Mexico had a 7.1 earthquake
With all this chaos, it is said that Jesus is coming. There are two different theories; One deals with the dates and the other deals with The Bible.
- The solar eclipse was on the 21st, Hurricane Harvey began on the 25th, and floods started on 26th. Go google “21 25 26” and see what comes up.
- Donald Trump was elected as president, there’s problems with North Korea, a category 4 hurricane (the worst in 12 years), tornados destroying everything, and more disasters. The devil seeks to distract mankind from understanding the signs and closeness of Jesus is coming.
Matthew 24:6 “You will hear of wars and rumors of wars, but see to it that you are not alarmed. Such things must happen, but the end is still to come.”
Rumors of war like with North Korea.
Matthew 24:7-8 “There will be famines and earthquakes in various places. All these are the beginning of birth pains.”
Earthquakes everywhere, Iceland, Mexico, Idaho, and more!
Luke 21:25 “There will be signs in the sun, moon and stars.”
The solar eclipse happened!
The Bible finally states that after all of this catastrophe, the world will end on Sept. 23 2017.
Cassidy Carroll, Staff Writer
Junior Cassidy Carroll is a staff writer for the 2017-2018 Colonel. She plays varsity cross country, lacrosse, and track for LHS while also being a member of NAHS. Outside of Ledyard, she’s often taking part in daring adventures…but she didn’t share any.