This is part of what I wrote in my journal for today.
On this day in 2001 at around 7:30 a.m. Central time the U.S.A. was attacked by the enemy with ties to Islam. There were four groups/teams who hijacked four different passenger planes. The first was directed as a bomb into the North tower of the World Trade Center in New York City. The second, like the first was flown directly into the South tower. The explosions were massive, and the destruction was horrific.
A third plane was directed at the Pentagon, a government building where military plans and personnel are housed. The fourth plane was on a direct path toward Washington D.C., but did not reach its destination. The passengers on board, upon finding out the intentions of the terrorists caused the plane to crash into a field in Pennsylvania killing all on board, but probably saving many more lives..
In total more than 3,000 people died that day. Because of God’s intervention – Divine Providence – there could have been many more perishing in the fall of the towers that day.
In my heart I believe that was a warning to our nation of our departure from the Lord of all. A message to the Christians especially. Judgment was beginning to increase.
Thankfully, we had a President who was a confessing Christian and appeared to trust the Lord at that time.
That has been ten years now, and there have been many destructive storms of “Nature” hit our nation. One was hurricane “Katrina” which hit the Gulf Coast nearly destroying New Orleans, LA.. Just this past Spring tornadoes hit the South nearly destroying the city of Tuscaloosa, AL. Maybe I should say “destroying the city…”. That happened in April and over 300 were killed in the South tornadoes. On May 22, 2011 a tornado hit Joplin, MO. killing 160 and leveling a large part of the city. Destruction of homes, businesses, hospitals and schools were recorded on video as it happened.
There is a need for repentance among the people of God today.
Much of that is word for word from my journal. If you are a Christian stop approving of sin; and speak out against it. Live against it. Repent of it; in other words; AGREE WITH GOD.
Though I may live in Jenkins, MO and along the banks of Flat Creek; I am not blind or ignorant of the world’s greatest need; and that is Christ Jesus.