Doomsday Here and Now, Or Far, Far Away? Which Do You Think?

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 15:44 PM
May 8, 2013

owl-city    Current Doomsday theories range from the failure of today’s ‘micro-chip’ dependency to collapse of financial markets and/or food distribution networks to World War III––including Global Jihad. Of course natural disasters make the lists.

But few prognosticators warn of possibilities of most or all of these world-wide downfalls occurring at one time.  Doomsday Preppers (shown on National Geographic) usually prepare for one disaster or another, but not several at once.

Scientists at The Extinction Protocol express concern about micro-chips and E-bombs from nuclear weapons exploding high above the earth.  In ‘E-bombs: the looming threat from doomsday terror weapons of the 21st century,’ they write:

“A nuclear weapon explodes 300 km above Nebraska, the geographical centre of the United States. The blast is far too high to kill people by heat or radioactivity. But it does something far worse – it sends the world’s most advanced country into the Stone Age.

“The technology for launching this version of Armageddon. . . is ridiculously low tech. Even an ordinary, low-yield power-grid-vinuclear bomb exploded in the upper atmosphere. . . with help from dysfunctional nuclear powers . . . would unleash a deadly electromagnetic pulse (EMP) that will take only a nanosecond to knock out a . . . country’s electrical grid. . . all electronic systems will fail.”

Truthfully, with hurricanes and tornadoes along the East Coast and Midwest, Americans are reminded how dependent we are on these electrical systems.  Those living in urban areas seem particularly vulnerable: no place to store foods for long months; no assured quick way to get out of town to a ‘pre-secured’ location.

In ‘Mugged by Reality,’ Matthew Continetti of the Washington Free Beacon says of the recent Boston Marathon shootings:

“The plots against America continue. The [al Qaeda] ideology that motivates them has not died. Indeed, the space in which that ideology’s adherents operate is expanding: From Mali, to Libya, to Sinai, to Somalia, to Yemen, to Syria, to Iraq, to Afghanistan, to Pakistan, those who act in the name of al Qaeda have more room to maneuver.  The Muslim world is exporting that violence . . .”

To understand these times, believers must go deeper into Christian non-fiction prophecy books.  These works describe these disastrous events as well as others happening in these present end times.  First, God’s Word says that no person knows when doomsday comes:

“Heaven and earth shall pass away, but my words shall not pass away.  But of that day and hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels of heaven, but my Father only (Matthew 24: 35 – 36).”  “Remember Lot’s wife.  Whosoever shall seek to save his life shall lose it; and whosoever shall lose his life shall preserve it (Luke 17: 26 – 33).”  Christians should not fear Doomsday, they should continue to work for The LORD until He comes––which, according to the signs––will be very soon.

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