When Israel came out of Egypt, Jacob from a people of foreign tongue,
2 Judah became God’s sanctuary, Israel his dominion.
3 The sea looked and fled, the Jordan turned back;
4 the mountains leaped like rams, the hills like lambs.
5 Why was it, sea, that you fled? Why, Jordan, did you turn back?
6 Why, mountains, did you leap like rams, you hills, like lambs?
7 Tremble, earth, at the presence of the Lord, at the presence of the God of Jacob,
8 who turned the rock into a pool, the hard rock into springs of water. Psalm 114:1-8
Lately there have been rumors, innuendo, and talks about an imminent and major earthquake in California. Geologists and seismologists are preparing for the worse.
It’s perhaps a mirror image of what is happening in the economic and cultural world we live in:
- Nations are bankrupt and continue to borrow more. If they can’t borrow it, they print more money. They refuse to admit there is a problem. It’s not sustainable. Something has to give.
- Homosexual and transgender rights are dominating the news. The lifestyle, by very definition, is not sustainable. Something has to give.
- Nations continue to allow Muslim immigrants to migrate and take over entire parts of their country. It’s not sustainable. Something has to give.
I’m afraid the West is in for an earthquake no less devastating than San Francisco’s 1989 quake.
Pray the church is able to adequately prepare its members before it hits.