Sandy came through, and it left destruction in some of the largest metropolitan areas in America. It is difficult to announce God's judgment, especially if you are not involved, but whether it is Kentucky, New York, or California, we are under judgment of God. Sandy did not have to tell us. Our families, friends, churches, and schools oust God in every part of their lives. We do not live for Our Father anymore. His judgment is affecting all of us in America and throughout the world before, during, and after Sandy. With that said, Sandy is just another piece of evidence His Coming is soon.
We see the seas raging, souls leaving God, and nations imploding. All of these things were told beforehand so that we know He is Coming. Sandy was an extraordinary storm that combined a hurricane and a nor'easter, which created a super storm affecting up to a 1/4 of the United States. Man's sins have created a situation where God's protective hand is lifted off this earth. There will come a time where Satan will be thrown down upon this earth and the events today will be child's play compared to what is to come. We need to pray for those in harm's way, and those families affected not only in the United States, but being affected by events throughout this world.
The destructive storm also shows man's own pride will someday come tumbling down. New York City (NYC) is America's trophy of power and prestige. NYC could not handle Sandy, and NYC is crippled because of the storm. Yes, NYC will come back, but one day even NYC will not stand against Glory of God. You and I cannot stand alone without God. Sandy told us that our lives are just a whisper in the whole plan, and God purposes in our hearts to serve Him. NYC and the northeast understood last night how delicate the world we live in is, so it is in our lives. We live in a delicate world every day. God is on His throne, and He is crying with those who were and will be hurt in this mega, superstorm called Sandy.
The misery of superstorm Sandy's devastation grew Tuesday as millions along the U.S. East Coast faced life without power or mass transit for days, and huge swaths of New York City remained eerily quiet. At least 33 people were killed, and rescue work continued.
The storm that made landfall in New Jersey on Monday evening with hurricane force cut power to at least 7.4 million across the East and put the presidential campaign on hold just one week before Election Day.
New York was among the hardest hit, with its financial heart closed for a second day. The storm caused the worst damage in the 108-year history of the city's subway system, and there was no indication of when the largest U.S. transit system would be rolling again.
But the full extent of the damage in New Jersey was being revealed as morning arrived. Emergency crews fanned out to rescue hundreds.
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