The Public Religion Research Institute has released a survey about people’s take on the rise in natural disasters. So-called ‘climate change’ (which, of course, was renamed from ‘global warming’ to brainwash more people) is not something that’s really on most Americans’ minds. As a matter of fact, only 5% think the topic is important. Most of us are much more concerned about the number of jobs (22%), the growing wealth gap (18%), health care (17%), the federal deficit (13%), immigration (10%), and the cost of education (9%).
In 2011, 44% thought crazy weather patterns were attributable to biblical end times predictions. In 2014, that number has risen to 49%, although the majority (62%) think it’s all about ‘climate change.’
Despite this lack of interest in the subject, which is based on the worship of Earth (Gaiaism), many in power don’t care and are licking their chops over the prospect of forcing this agenda/religion on everyone. While God may occasionally allow satanic forces control over the weather as he did in the book of Job, ultimately “the Lord hath his way in the whirlwind and in the storm, and the clouds are the dust of his feet,” (Nahum 1:3) even when man invents weather-manipulation systems like HAARP. No matter what weather patterns produce, we Christians have a relationship with the God who controls it and its effects and he has given us reassurances about what he does with it. Knowing that he has the weather patterns and our lives in his hand should prompt us to be thankful enough where ‘climate change’, or whatever they choose to call it, should be very low on our list of concerns.
Source: Mark Andrews, Are Biblical ‘End Times’ Ushering in Rise of Natural Disasters?, CharismaNews.com, 11/25/2014.