Apocalypse in OZ

‘It is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of the living God..For our God is a consuming fire’

News Media have recently referred to Biblical terms to describe the drought; fire; floods; epic dust storms; dead fish in rivers; hail stones and new diseases that have devastated our country as Apocalyptic, but many aren’t fully aware of the reference. Some bloggers put up devastating footage of driving through the walls of flames, mumbling “OMG”. They most likely didn’t know they were blaspheming by saying such. So what is the Apocalypse?

Revelation is the last book in the Bible, written about 2000 years ago, for the last generations; its one of the many biblical text that refer to the final age. Devastating events are predicted to happen, to judge a nation and awaken the people in the hope that they would turn back to God, and repent so He would save them.


This is what they are referring to :

The fourth angel poured out his bowl on the sun, and the sun was allowed to scorch people with fire. They were seared by the intense heat and they cursed the name of God, who had control over these plagues, but they refused to repent and glorify him

This is the general picture, but it gets worse if the people don’t heed the warning. This is the Global Warning.





Anyone who wants to support victims of the bushfires to make a monetary donation to the organisations currently on the front line. These are the Australian Red Cross, the Salvation Army, Vinnies, Foodbank Victoria and state-based fire brigades, such as the CFAThese organisations have stressed that, at this time, the best way to support is with money.

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