WorldNetDaily editor Joseph Farah argues that yesterday’s earthquake on the East Coast was a warning from God to put Americans on notice for the country’s wrongdoings. “After all, if America doesn’t face judgment soon, God will have to apologize to Sodom and Gomorrah,” Farah writes, “And God doesn’t offer apologies.” Farah concludes that while “we escaped this time,” “Washington, D.C., deserves more than the wallop it got today”:
Look, this earthquake turned out to be a warning only, without loss of life or serious property damage. But there will be a bigger one coming, as everyone should understand.
Your life can change dramatically in the blink of an eye.
I don’t know what to expect from this hurricane on its way toward the East Coast. It could be devastating for some or nothing at all.
Washington, D.C., deserves more than the wallop it got today. It needs a much bigger shaking up than it got. And I have no doubts that it is coming – unless there is a real change of heart in the leadership of this country.
After all, if America doesn’t face judgment soon, God will have to apologize to Sodom and Gomorrah. And God doesn’t offer apologies.
He does, however, offer second chances, third chances, fourth chances … He’s trying to get your attention. Are you paying heed? What will it take? Will your world have to be turned upside down before you recognize what’s happening? Would even that be enough?
I know. I know. It was just a little earthquake – and just another hurricane. They happen all the time. What are you making such a big deal about, Farah?
You’re right. We escaped this time. No big deal. But when your world is shaking, you tend to think about the things that really matter.
And what really matters is our relationship with our heavenly Father, our Creator, the Lord of the universe.
He is trying to tell us something. His message is very clear. Don’t say you weren’t warned.