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Editor’s Commentary: Generally, I hate headlines that invoke “Biblical” events, especially when it comes to things like natural disasters. As a Bible-believer, I’m not one who throws the term “Biblical” around lightly. An event needs to be metaphorically similar to the Biblical counterpart in order for it to not make me cringe when I see it in the headlines. It’s sort of like when someone speaks metaphorically and invokes the word “literally.” No, folks, your head did not “literally explode” just now.
In this case, calling what’s happening in China right how “Biblical floods” is appropriate. They’re not literally Biblical (see what I did there?) because every man, woman, child, and animal in China is NOT being purged, save eight blessed souls as what happened in Genesis. But these floods are very bad. God said in the Bible He would not destroy the earth by water again, but that doesn’t mean He won’t use floods to send a message. While I’m not one who claims divine messages are sent with every natural disaster (though they might be), this one seems pretty darn devastating.
We are clearly entering into a stage of human existence in which it’s safe to start looking for signs. For years, I balked at “Bible” prophecy experts who claimed Obama was the Antichrist or that Christ would rapture the church on a particular date. Today, I’m keeping my eyes open. One never knows when our time comes. Here’s the article by Ethan Huff cross-posted from Natural News …
Shocking new footage out of Zhengzhou, China, shows a trainload of stranded passengers waiting for help as devastating floodwaters rise within the train car. A government-run Chinese paper posted the below video to its Twitter account showing people patiently waiting in chest-deep murky water for rescue as floodwaters apparently rise all around them: 7月20日晚，郑州暴雨地铁5号线一车厢多人被困，水位淹过肩膀。根据郑州地铁晚上发布的消息，受持续暴雨影响，郑州地铁全线网车站已暂停运营服务，消防人员正在救援。 pic.twitter.com/wCiz7TGhki — The Paper 澎湃新闻 (@thepapercn) July 20, 2021 The region where this occurred apparently received its highest-ever amount of rain in a single day, resulting in widespread devastation, much like what is also being reported out of Germany where flooding is causing massive damage.
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