Thursday, October 29, 2015


The caldera in Yellowstone has been the subject of much speculation recently. Yellowstone has been getting very off schedule, with Old Faithful going chaotic and unpredictable. This means an increase of activity of the earth below.

A caldera is a made by a super volcano. Most generic volcanoes produce a mountain as they erupt and lava flows out. Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa is the classic example of the typical volcano, as is Mount Saint Helens. A caldera in Africa would be the Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania. A caldera is formed because the super volcano throws out all of the ejecta. No mountain is left. This ash and lava goes into the atmosphere, settles out, and seriously affects the whole earth. The area near a super volcano is virtually buried.

The problem with this Yellowstone caldera is that it is one of a string of about fifteen of these ranging from Yellowstone to Utah. If the pattern is for the eruptions to happen eastward of the last caldera, then the logical place for the next eruption would be right were the opening gash in the earth just appeared.


Something is happening below this gash. The earth does not open up without some cause, and with this gash east of Yellowstone caldera, we must assume that an eruption is possible.

When Bible teachers talk about the wrath of God and the arrogant rejection of God by America, the vast majority of Americans laugh. The director of Homeland Security then says that such prophecy teachers are "potential terrorists."

So be it. That is exactly the way I like it. You priests of Baal and Richard Dawkins go right ahead and laugh. When God is ready to destroy the USA, he has many options to choose from. This Yellowstone bomb is just one of them.

By the way, if this caldera blows, it will cover the earth with ash for 350 miles down wind, or worse. People in the area will not be able to escape this because cars do not drive fast enough. Everyone living in this 350 mile zone will be suffocated or suffer serious lung issues. The map shows a worse scenario than mine.

Since the prevailing wind is from the north over Yellowstone, you can figure out the results. Salt Lake City would be buried in 40 inches of ash and a waste land. Denver would have a foot. Beyond that, in gradual rates, would be an ash drop that would be manageable, but over months. All farming from Yellowstone to northern Texas would be destroyed or very limited. Volcanic soil is eventually very fertile, but in the immediate term it is useless until the minerals break down. Then again, some ash may take centuries to break down.

Beside the ash that falls, the cloud of ash would circle the earth and stay there for months to years. The next winter would be 12 months long or longer. Farm production would only be found in the south of the USA, and Europe would have famine.

The blasphemers and schemers of Global Warming would then be raging at God for causing Global Cooling.

So, laugh it off America. It cannot happen to us, right? We are the great ones, and we are the masters of our fate.


Consider God's Wrath please:

1. God’s wrath is just.

It has become common for many to argue that the God of the Old Testament is a moral monster that is by no means worthy of worship.

However, biblical authors have no such problem. In fact, God’s wrath is said to be in perfect accord with God’s justice. Paul writes, “But because of your hard and impenitent heart you are storing up wrath for yourself on the day of wrath when God’s righteous judgment will be revealed” (Romans 2:5). God’s wrath, then, is in proportion to human sinfulness.

Similarly, Proverbs 24:12 says, “If you say, ‘Behold, we did not know this,’ does not he who weighs hearts perceive it? Does not he who keeps watch over your soul know it, and will he not repay man according to his work?”

J.I. Packer summarizes: “God’s wrath in the Bible is never the capricious, self-indulgent, irritable, morally ignoble thing that human anger so often is. It is, instead, a right and necessary reaction to objective moral evil” (Knowing God, 151).

2. God’s wrath is to be feared.

God’s wrath is to be feared because all have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God (Romans 3:23).
God’s wrath is to be feared because we are justly condemned sinners apart from Christ (Romans 5:1).
God’s wrath is to be feared because he is powerful enough to do what he promises (Jeremiah 32:17).
God’s wrath is to be feared because God promises eternal punishment apart from Christ (Matthew 25:46).

3. God’s wrath is consistent in the Old and New Testament.

“Behold the storm of the LORD! Wrath has gone forth, a whirling tempest; it will burst upon the head of the wicked.” (Jeremiah 30:23)

“The LORD is a jealous and avenging God; the LORD is avenging and wrathful; the Lord takes vengeance on his adversaries and keeps wrath for his enemies.” (Nahum 1:2)

“For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who by their unrighteousness suppress the truth.” (Romans 1:18)

“From his mouth comes a sharp sword with which to strike down the nations, and he will rule them with a rod of iron. He will tread the winepress of the fury of the wrath of God the Almighty.” (Revelation 19:15)

4. God’s wrath is his love in action against sin.

This is counter-intuitive, but hear me out.

God is love, and God does all things for his glory (Romans 11:36). He loves his glory above all (and that is a good thing!). Therefore, God rules the world in such a way that brings himself maximum glory. This means that God must act justly and judge sin (i.e. respond with wrath), otherwise God would not be God. God’s love for his glory motivates his wrath against sin.

Admittedly, God’s love for his own glory is a most sobering reality for many and not good news for sinners. It is after all, “a fearful thing to fall into the hands of a living God” (Hebrews 10:31).

5. God’s wrath is satisfied in Christ.

Here we have the ultimate good news: “Jesus Christ came into the world to save sinners” (1 Timothy 1:15). Because of Christ, God can rightly call sinners justified (Romans 3:26). God has done what we could not do, and he has done what we didn’t deserve. Charles Wesley rightly exulted in this good news:

And can it be that I should gain
An interest in the Saviour’s blood?
Died he for me? who caused his pain!
For me--who him to death pursued?
Amazing love! How can it be
That thou, my God, shouldst die for me?
The blessing in the wrath of God is that he only brings the huge wrath events because whole nations, or the whole earth, have become wicked and arrogant. The result is that the wicked lose their power over their acre of rage and evil. If America were destroyed as we know it, there would be great deliverance and an opportunity to form new and God fearing smaller nations out of what remains.

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