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Wednesday, January 5, 2011

The Land Mourns

Fascinating phenomena occurring around the world yesterday and today! As you know, these things catch my attention and then I want to get on my knees and seek the Lord for what He might be saying through things that escape scientific explanation. The following article appeared today in the Huffington Post:

"Millions of dead fish surfaced in Maryland's Chesapeake Bay in the U.S., Tuesday, while similar unexplained mass fish deaths occurred across the world in Brazil and New Zealand. On Wednesday, 50 birds were found dead on a street in Sweden. The news come after recents reports of mysterious massive bird and fish deaths days prior in Arkansas and Louisiana.

The Baltimore Sun reports that an estimated 2 million fish were found dead in the Chesapeake Bay, mostly adult spot with some juvenile croakers in the mix, as well. Maryland Department of the Environment spokesperson Dawn Stoltzfus says "cold-water stress" is believed to be the culprit. She told The Sun that similar large winter fish deaths were documented in 1976 and 1980. ParanaOnline reports that 100 tons of sardines, croaker and catfish have washed up in Brazilian fishing towns since last Thursday. The cause of the deaths is unknown, with an imbalance in the environment, chemical pollution, or accidental release from a fishing boat all suggested by local officials. In New Zealand, hundreds of dead snapper fish washed up on Coromandel Peninsula beaches, many found with their eyes missing, The New Zealand Herald reports. A Department of Conservation official allegedly claims the fish were starving due to weather conditions.

"While all three events are likely unrelated, they come after recent reports of mysterious dead birds falling from the sky in both Arkansas and Louisiana. Thousands of dead birds were found in Beebe, Arkansas on New Year's Eve, and a few days later, around 500 of the same species were found 300 miles south in Louisiana. A Kentucky woman also reported finding dozens of dead birds scattered around her home. In the days prior to New Year's, nearly 100,000 fish surfaced in an Arkansas river 100 miles west of Beebe. Officials are now saying that fireworks likely caused the Arkansas bird deaths, and power lines may be to blame for the death of the birds in Louisiana. Some remain skeptical of the explanations. Dan Cristol, a biology professor and co-founder of the Institute for Integrative Bird Behavior Studies at the College of William & Mary, told the AP that he was hesitant to believe fireworks were to blame unless "somebody blew something into the roost, literally blowing the birds into the sky." Wednesday, officials in Sweden reported the finding of 50 dead birds on a street, suggesting that cold weather or fireworks were the likely culprit."

Fireworks? Cold water stress? Perhaps. I think it more likely that the King of the Universe is speaking as He did long ago through the prophet Hosea:
"....The Lord has a charge to bring against you who live in the land: there is no faithfulness, no love, no acknowledgement of God in the land...Because of this the land mourns, and all who live in it waste away; the beasts of the field, and the birds of the air and the fish of the sea are dying."
(Hosea 4:1,3)

I do not need to add anymore. The Lord is speaking.


 2011/1/11 10:49Profile

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 Re: The Land Mourns


Thank you for posting this. This is truth. May I ask who wrote this?

God bless you,


 2011/1/11 11:30Profile

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 Re: Weather radar shows something unusual around time birds fell

Just read this story here:

It informs you that the gov was involved in poisoning some black birds. "The USDA's Wildlife Services Program, which contracts with farmers for bird control, said it used an avicide poison called DRC-1339 to cull a roost of 5,000 birds that were defecating on a farmer's cattle feed across the state line in Nebraska. But officials said the agency had nothing to do with large and dense recent bird kills in Arkansas and Louisiana."

We had a huge flock of these varmits in our back yard yesterday...wondered if I could put rat poison out for them but thought the better of it since nicer birds may get to it first.

Sandra Miller

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