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Could signs of the end of the world be COVID 19, flood Waters and now earthquake? See Queen Shay!

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The recent circumstance in Accra Gbawe an earthquake of 4.0 magnitude. Soon after 10:53 pm on the 24th June 2020 many people took to social media to express themselves. One was Queen Shay a popular musician who quickly confess she won't sing her kind of songs again a pledging allegiance to God. 

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Shatta Wale's photo very scary look suggests his glaring disabled looks. Sarkodie as well didn't waste time to put out his fears as the earthquake in Accra.

Yet this is just one of the many signs that God can destroy the earth in seconds. Study on earthquakes points to liquid over core which is constantly moving and also very hot. The outer core, mantle and crust are different layers that are constant motion. When the core heats and emerges then volcanic eruptions take place. But if it overlaps that leads to seismic vibration that appears on the surface as an earthquake. A volcanologist said " the earth is like a living thing" upon witnessing magma boiling on the Hawai volcanic activities. This is an easy way God Almighty can bring the world to an end. If you doubt search how does the earthwork? 

The recent and almost perineal floods in Accra show us that water could be used to bring humanity to his knees. It knows no boundaries. It's an expert in finding alternative entry. The Oceans we know covers more surface area of the earth than dryland. So it has the capacity to submerge the land destroy the habitat of man.  View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

The winds force can ravage anything man created. Tsunamis over the years have established themselves with names based on their level of destruction. Hurricane Katrina etc. Who says man no dey? If you doubt let's proceed. 2 Peter 3:7 "Now by that same word, the present heavens and earth have been reserved for fire and are being kept for the day when ungodly people will be judged and destroyed". (ISV)

Some say it's been ages since the message of the Lords coming was announced Bible warns Vrs 8 'Don’t forget this fact, dear friends: With the Lord, a single day is like a thousand years, and a thousand years are like a single day'. God is not slack in his promises it's only an opportunity for men to repent. Vrs 9' The Lord is not slow about his promise, as some people understand slowness, but is being patient with you. He does not want anyone to perish, but wants everyone to repent'. Amen!!.

The sun has a devastating heat that even at 38°C we cry complain and sweat badly. Technology has no means of reducing it because so far any invention also dissipates extra heat in the atmosphere. Name it air conditioners, fans etc all compound the issue of overheating. In India, it is well known that suns heat kills a lot of livestock and humans at about 45°C in their warmest seasons. 

Lastly, disease, are sources of wiping out the entire human race. The fear that H1N1, SARS and now COVID 19 have exhibited proves that God has all power to save and destroy. Over 80% of diseases scientists don't know the specific cause, they will say the cause is idiopathic but maybe so so and so. This shows how much knowledge of men is not sufficient to save humanity. As if we are tired of his coming; 2 Peter 3:4, “When is his promised return? For ever since our ancestors died, all things have continued as they were from the beginning of creation.” But, the day of the Lord shall come like a thief as men think there's peace then suddenly destruction comes upon them. 

Finally, be wise as you read and surrender to Jesus. John 14:6, Jesus is the way, no one comes to the Father except through him. Don't be deceived what so ever a man sow he shall reap. Give your life to God. Amen

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