Proverbs 22:3 NLT

A prudent person foresees danger and takes precautions. The simpleton goes blindly on and suffers the consequences.

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THOSE WHO WILL DO NOTHING NOW, WHEN IT COSTS THEM LITTLE - WILL DO EVEN LESS LATER, WHEN IT COST THEM EVEN MORE


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Thursday, January 13, 2011

7.0 Quake Hits in Southern Pacific/Mammoth 'could be reborn in four years/Mount Etna erupts in spectacular fashion

Don’t worry folks… It’s business as usual!
Posted by lamarzulli on January 13, 2011


Mammoth 'could be reborn in four years'







news: http://www.standeyo.com/ -http://www.prophecyupdate.com/prophecy_news.htm - http://lamarzulli.wordpress.com/



Mount Etna erupts in spectacular fashion - http://www.standeyo.com/NEWS/11_Pics_of_Day/110113.pic.of.day.html





Triangle UFO Moves Slowly Over Fort WorthUFODigestTexas is a current UFO ALERT 3 rating, with a higher number of UFO sightings nationally. Texas had 26 UFO reports in December 2011. ...





Dozens of Dead Birds Found Near Sullivan, MODozens of dead birds are discovered near Sullivan, Missouri about an hour southwest of St. Louis


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Earth's magnetic pole shift unleashing poisonous space clouds linked to mysterious bird deaths
Following the unexplained deaths of several thousand birds over the last two weeks, events are now emerging that may offer a physics-based explanation for the mysterious deaths.


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Man fined $5,200 for growing cucumbers in basement
Mission, British Columbia, resident Len Gratto recently experienced the wrath of local city officials who fined him $5,200 for growing cucumbers in his basement.

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Prophecy News Watch Headlines - January 13
Israel - God's Timepiece
Lebanon in crisis: Hizballah quits government, US-French buildup, Israel on standby
IDF commander warns Tel Aviv will be target in next war
Israel army to enlist more ultra-Orthodox
Egypt to Hamas: Stop Gaza rockets or face new Israel war
Palestinians Expect Most Nations Of The World To Recognize Palestinian State By September 2011


Christian Worldview & Issues
Helping with abortions required by university for Nursing students to graduate
Iran rounds up Evangelical Christians - targets House churches in new crackdown
Homeschooling Community Grows Beyond 2 Million
'Generation Ex-Christian' Uncovers Why People Leave the Faith
Six Megathemes Emerge from Barna Group Research in 2010
Dangerous Trends - 70 percent of Millennials believe American churches are irrelevant

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Former evangelical leader now condemns conservatives
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Tales of Tragedy, Heroism From Deadly Australian Flooding - 13-year-old sacrifices self so rescuers could save younger brother FOX NEWS


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Jackson Mississippi. Panicked News Channel 12 employees dodge icicles falling from the stations transmission tower. WJTV



7.0 Quake Hits in Southern Pacific









Britain on Flood Alert


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Indonesia Volcano Prompts Evacuation Plan


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Switzerland Considers Legalizing Incest


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Astrological Signs Changed to Fit Babylonian Times

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Strong 6.5 quake off Japan

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Philippine floods, landslides kill 42

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http://www.prophecyupdate.com/prophecy_news.htm
Israel troops on alert after Lebanon government falls
Hamas deploys forces to shore up cease-fire
Clinton says Mideast faces disaster without reform
Abbas: U.S. not working hard enough for Palestinian state
Banks repossess 1 million homes in 2010
World moves closer to food price shock
Higher energy and food costs lift wholesale prices
Analyst predicts global youth uprising in 2011
Brazil slides toll up, survivors tell of horrors
Flooded Australia city "like war zone"

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Timeline of recent mysterious bird, fish deathsWednesday, January 12, 2011 6:56

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World moves closer to food price shock

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