Wildfires predicted in scripture

Bible prophecy is all converging at this point of time written in the Old and New Testament.

To the Editor,

We are seeing increasing environmental disasters occurring in quick succession. The fires that have sparked across B.C., Alberta and Saskatchewan are a preview of what the world will experience during the last seven years of history predicted by the Prophet Daniel.

Bible prophecy is all converging at this point of time written in the Old and New Testament. One world government, one world economy and one word religion are predicted to form. We see this today. Christ also made predictions of what the world would be like before He would set up His Earthly kingdom.

As a Christian I’m not fearful because I know that I’m not appointed for wrath, but for the lost this is not the case. I’d recommend people dust off their bibles and read the scriptures pertaining to the second coming. You’d be amazed how it matches today’s news.

Glenn StevensNanaimo

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