posted on May, 4 2008 @ 11:12 AM
Originally posted by doctorex
6 These have power to shut heaven, that it rain not in the days of their prophecy: and have power over waters to turn them to blood, and to smite
the earth with all plagues, as often as they will.
Exactly how does this exclude flooding?
I think you are trying your utmost to squeeze flooding into something that has no reference to flooding. Look closely at the statement, “ These
have power to shut heaven, that it rain not in [during] the days of their prophecy.”
What does this opening statement tell us? The prominent sign during the time of these Two Witnesses and their prophesying will be drought and, this
will be the case during the entire duration
of their prophecy.
Another thing I want you to take note of are the two statements within this scripture: These have POWER
As Often As They WILL
I read in another thread where someone commented that Mr. Weinland was Praying for More Earthquakes
. Why is Mr.
Weinland asking God [Praying] for something which, as the scripture indicates, is within Mr. Weinland’s Power to do as often as he Wills? If Mr.
Weinland is operating in the full capacity which he wants everyone to believe he is, then, this should not be necessary. God should have already
commissioned Mr. Weinland with both the Power as well as the Will to speak and display.
Lastly, Mr. Weinland is never precise in anything he speaks
. I know Mr. Weinland has perhaps already provided and escape goat as to why he is
not precise with his prophecies. This is to be expected, so I won’t ask for that excuse. I think if Mr. Weinland is who he proclaims that he is, he
should be able to put forth something like, “ On May 5th, in the Nevada remote region, God will shake the ground with a fierceness in
an attempt to awaken the people.”
Unfortunately, he can’t do this and, I think you know why, if you choose to accept why and, believe it.