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Heavenly Father, disband every rise of natural disasters across the nations in the name of Jesus! Every such powers are rebuked by the blood of Jesus!

Wildfire in Chile (1.2017)

 

Global Natural Disasters:

·      As of this morning, there have been 22 tornado reports in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Missouri, and Tennessee. There are two more tornadoes expected to hit the Southeast and eastern regions of the U.S. by Thursday.

·      On Tuesday evening, a man was killed in Missouri after a tornado and baseball-size hailstones blew about 20 cars that were parked at a nearby junkyard onto the freeway. Two other were found dead following tornadoes in areas of Illinois.

·      Although the U.S. tornado rate was below average in 2016, the tornado monthly average in 2017 is already 4 times greater than what was reported from 1991-2012. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Prediction Center, there has been 138 preliminary tornado reports thus far in 2017.

·      On February 26th, millions of people are without water after heavy rains struck Chile over the weekend during the country’s usually dry summer months, leaving three people dead and at least 19 missing. The rains, which caused rivers to overflow their banks, have affected the drinking-water supply for over a million households in Santiago have been affected.

·      The record-breaking heat wave in New South Wales has put an enormous strain on the country’s electricity supply. The state government has urged the public to reduce energy use but a series of supply failures have

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·      On February 18th, at least three people have died after one of California’s strongest storms in years brought torrential rain and flash floods to the state. More than 100 homes were evacuated over fears of mud slides near Los Angeles after the pacific storm

·      On February 17th, due to the return of hot and windy conditions, a bushfire has destroyed at least 15 homes in New South Wales

·      As of February 6th, more than 135 persons have lost their lives and 52 were injured as a result of avalanches and freezing weather in 22 provinces in Afghanistan. More than 168 houses were destroyed and 340 cattle killed.

·      On January 2nd , more than 100 homes were destroyed after a forest fire spread to the hills of the Chile. The fire was said to have been fanned by gusty winds and high temperatures. More than 400 people were evacuated from their homes, with authorities saying just 19 people were injured.

 

Our Heavenly Father, shield the country of Colombia with the blood of Jesus. Every act of terror within this country shall be dismantled in Jesus Christ name!

Colombian police investigate an explosion near a bullring in Bogota on Sunday.

 

In explosion Sunday near the Santamaria bullfighting ring in downtown Bogota, Colombia, injured at least 31 people, many of them policemen, according to reports.Two of the 31 were seriously injured, Mayor Enrique Peñalosa tweeted. At least 10 police officers were hurt, according to the Bogota police press office. A dozen suspects were taken into custody, the press office said.

 

Chile Human Rights Protest

Our Heavenly Father, as you are Jehovah Jireh, our Great Provider, provide all the needs for the people in South Sudan!

 

Famine in South Sudan has left 100,000 people on the verge of starvation and almost 5 million people, more than 40% of the country’s population, in need of urgent help, aid agencies say.
People are already dying of hunger, and another 1 million people are on the brink of famine, UN agencies said.

Heavenly Father, please shield this nation from all acts of violence and terror in the name of Jesus Christ!

 

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Today, a  mass shooting occurred at Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport in Broward County, Florida, near the baggage claim in Terminal 2. Five people were killed while six others were injured in the shooting. About 36 people sustained injuries in the ensuing panic.

 

2019 Mass Shooting Details

Heavenly Father, continue to be the God over all of the nations of the Earth. Let every policy that will not favor Zion be changed in the name of Jesus Christ.

Potential WWIII triggers are located in Poland, Syria and the South China Sea

Several flashpoints could erupt into a global conflict involving the US, China, and Russia, it is claimed EXCLUSIVE

BY COREY CHARLTON , 7th September 2016, The Sun, UK Edition

The world is closer to a catastrophic and bloody World War III than at any other point in the past 60 years, experts have warned. Russia and China, both of which are pumping vast amounts of money into their militaries, could soon rival the US in terms of power and prestige. Potential WWIII triggers are located in Poland, Syria and the South China Sea.

Experts believe there are a number of trigger points that could set off WWIII

All three nations want to remain a global superpower – if not the only one – and are preparing for war, it is claimed. But they oppose each other on a swathe of issues across the globe, creating a delicate political balance that could collapse and engulf nuclear states and alliances such as NATO. A range of experts have identified several flashpoints across the globe which are today the most likely triggers for such a war…

The proximity of NATO and Russian bombers flying over Syria, Vladimir Putin’s aggression in eastern Europe, and China’s movements in the South China Sea are among them.

Experts have also raised concerns about the instability of nuclear-power Pakistan as extremist factions and terrorist groups within the country grow in power. Adding to this is these groups’ sworn opposition to neighbouring India – which holds its own much-coveted nuclear arsenal.

Britain’s Admiral Lord West told The Sun Online: “Basically none of us know what is going to happen but we are in a more dangerous, chaotic and unpredictable time than any other in my 50 years in the force. 14

“I believe that because of Brexit, I think Europe is very flaky, I think it is unfortunate that we didn’t stay in, because they actually need our military expertise.

“I can see bits of Europe breaking up and when Europe gets into a mess, twice in the past we’ve had to go in there and clear it up with immense loss of blood and lives.”

He warned that Britain was not sufficiently investing in its defense – and in particular, its Royal Navy.

The investment required to maintain its strength had not materialised in the years since the Falklands War, he said, leaving Britain in a precarious place.

RUSSIA AND THE BALTIC STATES

In July, a 25-page report by the US-based think tank Atlantic Council warned of Russia’s growing threat to NATO. NATO has been Europe’s primary military alliance since WWII – all 28 member states have sworn to respond as a group if a single member is attacked. The council’s report warned that Russia was an “existential threat to the Baltic states and Poland” and an annexation could be implemented “with great speed”.

It continued: “This might come at a time NATO and the EU are distracted by another crisis, or it might relate to some particular high profile event, the outcomes of which Moscow wants to shape.

Russia’s Vladimir Putin is becoming increasingly aggressive towards the NATO-aligned Baltic states

“It might also result from a misperception of NATO’s activities and a miscalculation of the Alliance’s resolve.”

Admiral Lord West also said: “Russia under Putin is becoming quite aggressive, it’s spending a large amount of money on its military capabilities.

“Putin has said he believes in using tactical nuclear weapons if there is a war. That is highly dangerous.

“There’s little debate that he thinks of the Baltic states and possibly Poland as a Russian sphere of influence. They are NATO countries – I find that extremely dangerous.”

“I think people like Putin understand robust responses, they understand military power. I think he thinks he’ll pick (the Baltic states) off one-by-one.”

CLASHES OVER SYRIA

Another point of simmering tensions is Syria, where US and Russia are both carrying out airstrikes in support of opposing groups. While they share a common foe in ISIS, the US has backed Kurdish and moderate Syrian rebel groups against President Bashar al-Assad. Russia, on the other hand, is backing al-Assad against the rebels. With both countries carrying out air raids across the relatively small area, the chances of accidental clashes and misperceptions is high.

Peter W. Singer, a leading expert on future war, wrote in The Daily Telegraph last year: “As in the past, it is perfectly possible that a third world war could start with a small event, or even by accident.

“One of the many Russian bomber planes now probing NATO’s borders could collide with an RAF Typhoon, prompting an aerial skirmish the likes of which the world has not seen for decades. A Russian fighter jet was shot down by Turkey last year in a frightening example of how small incidents can quickly escalate

The downing of the jet triggered a massive diplomatic fallout between the two countries

“Indeed, the skies over Syria are starting to get dangerously crowded, with Russian jets flying near US planes on bombing runs, and sparring with NATO air defences in neighbouring Turkey.”

Such an incident – albeit on a much smaller scale – was seen in November when Turkey downed a Russian jet it claimed it had encroached on its airspace during raids in Syria. The incident led to a collapse in diplomatic relations between the two countries and sparked weeks of mudslinging between Ankara and Moscow.

With neither side prepared to lose face, their military posturing only came back from the brink after a Russian soldier was photographed travelling through the Bosphorus Strait brandishing a rocket launcher.

THE SOUTH CHINA SEA

In the past few years China has moved aggressively to dominate the South China Sea with the construction of artificial islands containing fighter jet bunkers. The move has alarmed countries such as Vietnam, Malaysia and the Philippines who dispute its territorial claims in the region. Futhermore, it has aggravated Japan and South Korea – two key members of a Pacific bloc the US has sworn to protect.

China has aggressively built artificial islands, such as this one pictured, where it will base fleets of jet planes

Peter W. Singer is also among those to suggest World War III could be triggered when “a Japanese or American ship scrapes paint with its Chinese Navy counterpart amid the reefs in the Pacific that are being militarized as part of Asia’s current arms race”. Indeed, Chinese military commanders – who are pushing ahead with new submarine deployments into the US’s Pacific sphere – believe this to be a genuine and legitimate scenario.

After a close call last year, China’s naval commander Admiral Wu Shengli warned his US counterpart: “If the United States continues with these kinds of dangerous, provocative acts, there could well be a seriously pressing situation between frontline forces from both sides on the sea and in the air, or even a minor incident that sparks war.”

THE COLLAPSE OF NUCLEAR PAKISTAN

Experts have long feared the collapse of nuclear-armed Pakistan – a country rife with instability, terror groups and with a sworn hatred of neighbour India. The concern is that its nuclear arsenal could fall into the hands of non-state groups ready to use it against the West, or other proxy groups. It is feared nuclear-armed Pakistan is too unstable to keep its atomic bombs secure from extremists. Notably, Pakistan was the birthplace of the Taliban – a fundamentalist Islamic group that spread into Afghanistan and ran the country following its war with the Soviet Union.

A British Ministry of Defence report released in January earmarked the region as one that will continue to generate threats to the UK. It also warned that “inter-state conflict and internal instability” were possible.

A March report by Harvard Kennedy School stated the “risk of nuclear theft in Pakistan appears to be high”.

The authors wrote: “The trend seems to be toward increasing risk, as Pakistan’s nuclear arsenal expands and shifts toward tactical nuclear weapons, while adversary capabilities remain extremely high.

“Over the longer term, the possibilities of state collapse or extremist takeover cannot be entirely ruled out.”

WARNING

George Friedman, the founder of geopolitical forecaster STRATFOR, has warned: “Be ready for war.” Mr Friedman has written extensively about emerging trends and international affairs. He recently told Business Insider that interstate war – such as that seen during World War I and II, is a recurring characteristic of politics.“There has never been a century that has not had a systemic war — a systemic war, meaning when the entire system convulses. “Do you want to bet this will be the only century that doesn’t have one? I’ll take that bet.”
“When you have the countries like Germany, China, and Russia decline, and be replaced by others, that’s when systemic wars start.
“That’s when it gets dangerous, because they haven’t yet reached a balance. So Germany united in 1871 and all hell broke loose.”
“Japan rose in the early 20th century, and then you had chaos. So we’re looking at a systemic shift. Be ready for war.”

Heavenly Father, go ahead of us and clear out any accidents that may be in our path in the name of Jesus!

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On November 1st, multiple people are dead after two buses crashed head-on in southwest Baltimore, Maryland. Six people were killed and 10 were injured when a school bus veered into oncoming traffic and ripped through the side of a Maryland Transit Administration bus in Southwest Baltimore, police said.

Heavenly Father, destroy every power of the air that is contrary to your Word!

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Haitian residents trying to seek shelter during the peak the Hurricane Matthew

October Headlines:

  • October 2nd: A wildfire burning in northern California’s Santa Cruz Mountains has destroyed a dozen homes and 16 other structures.
  • October 7th: Hurricane Matthew has begun what is expected to be an agonizing grind up the U.S. southeast coast, pummeling southeast Florida with howling wind and torrential rain. Almost 300,000 homes and businesses are without power. Officials are warning of “a danger of life-threatening inundation” for days in at least three states.
  • October 11th: New flooding in the wake of Hurricane Matthew has prompted President Obama to declare a federal emergency in North Carolina. At least four rivers in the state have risen to above or near record levels. The massive storm killed at least 27 people across the Southeast.
  • October 12th: A week after Hurricane Matthew hit, the National Civil Protection agency in Port-au-Prince, Haiti lists the death toll at 473, but other reports say the number is at least 900.
  • October 12th: Within the United States, the number of teenagers involved in deadly car crashes is rising for the first time in nearly a decade. New data from federal regulators shows a 10 percent increase last year in teen driving deaths.

Heavenly Father, destroy every veil of darkness covering these nations by your fiery judgment!

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                                    Scene from the Hoboken,NJ transit crash

September 2016 Headlines:

  • September 4th: In Huntington, West Virginia a heroin epidemic has swept the city. Within just 4 hours, 28 overdoses were documented.
  • September 5th: In Melbourne, Australia, a teenager who plotted to run over and behead a police officer as part of an Islamic State of Iraq and Syria movement-inspired attack on an Australian Veterans’ Day ceremony was sentenced to 10 years in prison.
  • September 8th: Woman dead after being shot in head on Phoenix highway in Arizona. Authorities said three men in a white, work-style pickup truck with ladder racks were chasing the woman as she went from Interstate 10 to State Road 51 at about 7 p.m.
  • September 9th: North Korea is believed to have conducted another underground nuclear test and even the isolated totalitarian state’s only close ally, China.
  • September 11th: Sunday will mark 15 years since the 9/11 attacks. Even today, the number of victims continues to rise. More than 5,000 cases of cancer have been linked to the toxic dust workers encountered in Lower Manhattan after the attacks. We speak to one of the heroes who is now fighting for his life.
  • September 15th: At least seven children have been hospitalized and hundreds more could be tested for suspected bacterial infections linked to a California dental clinic. Health officials are investigating
  • September 15th: At least six passengers were killed and more than 100 others were injured Thursday when a passenger train collided with a freight train near the central Pakistani city of Multan.
  • September 16th: Federal officials reported Almost 10 million U.S. adults seriously thought about committing suicide last year. Rates of suicide are at historically high levels, having jumped 27 percent since 2000, according to a report from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).
  • September 17th: An explosion shook a New York City neighborhood tonight, leaving more than two dozen people injured. The motive for the explosion still remains a mystery.
  • September 19th: Two priests were found dead Monday, hours after they were abducted in Mexico’s Gulf coast state of Veracruz. The Veracruz state prosecutors’ office said the two men were kidnapped Sunday in the northern Veracruz city of Poza Rica. Their bodies were found dumped in a field by a roadside Monday.
  • September 20th: A knife-wielding assailant began a violent rampage in the Crossroads Center mall over the weekend, off-duty police officer sprung into action. ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack, and called assailant a soldier of theirs.
  • On September 27th, the World Health Organization announced that 92 percent of the world’s population live in places where pollution levels exceed recommended limits.Furthermore, 6.5 million people die annually from air pollution; 90 percent of these deaths occur in low- and middle-income countries
  • September 29th: A 14-year-old is accused of opening fire at a South Carolina elementary school, wounding two 6-year-old students and a teacher.
  • September 29th: Investigators want an NJ Transit engineer to explain what went wrong in the moments before his runaway train killed a bystander on a platform and injured 108 people in a nightmarish crash into the Hoboken station.

Holy Spirit, cast down every operation tormenting the souls within these nations. Only the will of God shall prosper in these lands in the name of Jesus Christ!

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Scene after August 2016 Earthquake in Italy

 

August 2016 Headlines:

  • August 9th: A suicide bomber in Pakistan killed at least 70 people and wounded more than 100 on Monday in an attack on mourners gathered at a hospital in the southwestern city of Quetta, and Islamic State and a Taliban faction claimed responsibility.
  • August 16th: According to the United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF) and other UN and international bodies, children are being smuggled, sexually abused, maimed, killed for their vital organs, recruited as soldiers or otherwise enslaved. Furthermore, 69 million children under five will die from mostly preventable causes, 167 million will live in poverty, and 263 million are out of school. In addition, it is estimated that at least 750 million women will have been married as children by 2030.
  • August 25th: At 3.36am on August 24, a 6.2 magnitude earthquake wreaked havoc and destruction in central Italy. Not a single building has been spared, including schools and hospitals. The current death toll has now reached 247, in spite of 4,300 rescuers using heavy lifting equipment and their bare hands in a strenuous bid to find the last remaining survivors.

 

Heavenly Father, for the month on July, remove every spirit of wickedness operating in America and all of the nations of the Earth

July 2016 Headlines:

  • July 8th: Rainfall deficit and recurrent drought in Southern Madagascar has led to the deterioration of household food security, which has had a significant impact on the nutritional status of children under five. In February 2016, though the global acute malnutrition level reached an average of eight percent, it is much higher in many regions in Southern Madagascar where most districts have surpassed the critical threshold of 10 percent. The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) says that stunting –  where children are too short for their age – affects at least 47 percent of children under five.
  • July 13th: According to the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), One billion children experienced physical, sexual or psychological violence in the last year.
  • July 21st: Although the devastating El Niño of 2015 to 2016 has now subsided, in many parts of Africa, Central America and Southeast Asia rains and harvests are not expected to recover until 2017.
  • July 25th: In order to escape poverty and support their families back home, thousands of domestic workers from South and South-East Asia migrate to Oman with the promise of stable employment in local households. Once they arrive in Oman, new employers often seize their passports so that they cannot depart when they want, ultimately, denying them their freedom of movement. They are made subject to excessive working hours, sleep deprivation and starvation. Unfortunately, many suffer from verbal or sexual abuse.
  • July 26th: The World Health Organization warns that about 400 million people worldwide are infected with hepatitis B or C without being aware.
  • July 27th: “Every second, one person is displaced by disaster,” the Oslo-based Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) reports. “In 2015 only, more than 19.2 million people fled disasters in 113 countries. “Disasters displace three to ten times more people than conflict and war worldwide.” It is predicated that as climate change continues, it will likely lead to more frequent and severe natural hazards and the impact will be heavy.