Sep 07, 2019
Hurricane Dorian created a total disaster on Abaco Island in the Bahamas. The official death toll is yet small, because the government services were also devastated, but there are still more than a thousand people missing. Survivors say the islands are now uninhabitable, and they have now become refugees fleeing to Florida.
As with Hurricane Katrina, which hit New Orleans in 2004, it will take many years to rebuild the houses and for the population of the city to return to what it was. Once people move away, they usually get settled in, their kids make new friends in schools, they get jobs and create new lives for themselves, and this all makes it less feasible to return.
The loss of tourism alone will impoverish the country and make it difficult to rebuild.
As I had suspected, Dorian crawled up the US East Coast and did not trespass the boundary at Huntersville, NC that we established in 1997 and which reappeared in this year’s rerun. It came ashore briefly on the Outer Banks near Cape Hatteras, perhaps a hundred miles east of Huntersville.
More than a week ago, we had discerned September 6 as another watch date, and it is now clear that this was about Dorian finally landing on the East Coast. "July is like September," and recall that Epstein was arrested on July 6.
Since this “dragon” was unable to consume its primary target, the secondary target was the Conception cruise ship off the coast of southern California, which caught fire and killed 34 passengers. This may also suggest a soon-coming major earthquake in that area as well as in the Northwest. If so, it could mark the end of Babylon, as per Revelation 16:18.
We believe that the overcomers are protected wherever they are. Keep in mind that the safest place to be is where God leads you or where He tells you to go. By definition, the overcomers are those who follow the leading of the Spirit.