See how the farmer waits for the precious fruit of the earth, being patient with it until it receives the early and the late rains. - James 5:7

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

How many of you believe the Japanese authorities?



Remember the BP oil crises in the Gulf of Mexico - all the lies about how bad the leak really was?  Power companies are like that.  I can't bring myself to believe what they are telling us, that the nuclear disaster in Japan is not any worse than Chernobyl.  I think things are really much, much worse.  I do think this is apocalyptic.  I do think it will get much, much worse.
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Prayers for the people of Japan and the world.  It is a great horror to "envy the dead".
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Photo credit:  Drudge

11 comments:

  1. I don't believe them, but I don't know what options they have. They're in uncharted territory. Even if they want people to evacuate, where can they go and how could they get there?
    I don't know what this all means, only God does, but it sure doesn't look good. Imagine the bravery of the workers who agreed to stay behind. It would be miraculous if they don't get sick. If they do, death will come quickly. Unbelievable and unreal, all of it.

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  2. Terry, the BP executives have a different culture than the Japanese.
    These Japanese executives bet their honor & integrity especially for the whole country, the other option they have if they caught lying would to commit HARAKIRI

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  3. They're as credible as the Chancery in Boston.

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  4. You have to give people some hope..remember the nightmare that was Katrina...yet my brother and parents experienced the CA Northridge earthquake and for the most part things were relatively calm....but also people in CA continuously drill for earthquakes so they know exactly what to do..

    Don't kid yourself..this is a disaster of epic proportions with just the earthquake and tsunami....then add in the nukes...and on top of this happening in winter where having utilities for heat is even more critical...

    It will take many years for Japan to recover from this..it will be intresting to see the twist on the world economy this will take. This is Haiti earthquake in a First World country...they are used to having things nice.

    Sara

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  5. I don't believe them either and it certainly does feel apocalyptic.
    I think the enemy would love us to
    lose hope and I'm tempted to go there sometimes....but since He holds the keys..
    we best encourage one another to trust and rest in Him.
    +PAX

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  6. Carol: Uh oh. LOL!

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  7. Let's be careful to not actually *hope* that things get worse. Let us hope and pray that they don't.

    Not saying anyone is, but let's be careful. Lots of people seem to want to see God's wrath ["Yeah - show them sinners how you feel!"], but I don't - it seems like to wish it would be folly.

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  8. This is not the apocalypse - not even close.

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  9. Apocalyptic? Nope. When that happens nobody when will sitting around speculating. We will all be in the soup at once.

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  10. Feels apocalyptic.. (affording a revelation or prophecy)...not the apocalypse.
    Hope is the message of the gospel..

    +PAX

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  11. Looks apocalyptic too.

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