Thursday, April 3, 2014

"Can We Expect a Mega-Quake?"

What do Chile, North Korea, New Guinea, New Zealand, China, Japan, Nicaragua, Tajikistan, Argentina and California have in common?

They were all hit with sizable earthquakes this week. Chile hit the jackpot, rocking the Richter scale with a magnitude 8.2.

Are large earthquakes increasing in frequency?

According the the National Academy of Sciences, earthquakes 8.0 magnitude and above have struck at a record rate since 2004.

The usual rate? 1 per year.

Since 2004? One, two, and even four times per year.

Most scientists attribute this to statistical chance. We do not.

The Bible tells us to expect "great earthquakes in various places" (Luke 21:11) in the lead up to the 'beginning of sorrows'.

The Bible also indicates an increase in:

  • spiritual deceptions
  • natural disasters
  • famines
  • pestilences
  • distress of nations
  • and sin
So yes, the frequency of large earthquakes will increase. But the granddaddy of all earthquakes, a massive mega-quake, won't happen until the 7th angel pours out his bowl of judgment during the Great Tribulation.

"...and there was a mighty and great earthquake as had not occurred since men were on the earth." (Revelation 16:18).

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"But take heed to yourselves, lest your hearts be weighed down with carousing, drunkenness, and cares of this life, and that Day come on you unexpectedly." (Luke 21:34)
A wise man once said: "How well I have learned that there is no fence to sit on between heaven and hell. There is a deep, wide gulf, a chasm, and that chasm is no place for any man." Johnny Cash


  • NBC News: A powerful 7.6 magnitude aftershock struck northern Chile late Wednesday, just a day after an 8.2 magnitude earthquake triggered tsunami alerts and mass evacuations.
  • Fox News Channel: Number of deaths in Washington mudslide rises to 30, number of missing drops to 13.
  • Reuters: New report suggests as many as 1 in 68 US kids may have autism.

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