Strong Storm Slams California

Luke 21:11 There will be great earthquakes, famines and pestilences in various places, and fearful events and great signs from heaven.

Editor’s Note: Prophet Rick Joyner warns that when you see strange and extreme weather (record breaking highs, lows, floods, droughts, tornadoes, storms), it is a prophetic sign that the Revelation Days are upon us.

A massive storm rolled into northern California on Thursday, knocking out power, flooding highways and toppling trees.

Strong winds contributed to the death of a 40-year-old homeless man who had been sleeping on a trail when a tree fell on him.  An elementary school student survived in what local officials called a miracle after an 80-foot tree fell on him.  He is listed in good condition at a hospital.

“It’s a big storm, as we expected, and it’s headed south with very powerful winds and heavy rainfall,” National Weather Service meteorologist Will Pi told Fox News.

Parts of Southern California that are prone to mudslides have been evacuating ahead of the storm.  At least one apartment complex was entirely evacuated because of previous slides in the area.  Lumberjacks in the San Bernardino National Forest were putting concrete weights on lumber stacks to keep them from collapsing from the high winds.

Many stores have been blocking their doors with sandbags in anticipation of flooding.

California officials are concerned about the San Bernardino Mountains because of the wildfires in the last few years that has devastated the vegetation and made the land primed for major mudslides.

The storm is also expected to dump feet of snow in the mountains and ski resort operators say they expect to have over three feet of new snow by the weekend.


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  1. On the other side of this story, over a trillion gallons of rain fell over three storms I believe in answer to prayers for an end of the severe drought. I was told to pray for rain in the mountains especially, as this is the source for San Diego and other parts of the state. Lake Meade, which supplies Los Angeles, was on the verge of depletion. These I found out when flying to visit family there, and upon talking to a local Christian laundromat owner whose business depended on water. The morning after the second storm, a double rainbow appeared, seeming to originate on the left of the constitutionally contested Mt. Soledad Memorial cross near La Jolla. Today, at the sunset of the third rain, another beautiful rainbow was snapped by my daughter. There are many good Christian churches in California, including Dr. David Jeremiah, San Diego Rock Church, TBN, and others, as well as a strong patriotic military presence.
    Intercession by believers? I believe so, as well. Rainbows are very rare here, I am told.

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